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Watercolor on paper: Paul Immel (1896-1964) White Flowers in a Blue Bowl
5039
1950s

Signed lower left; Paul Immel was born in Helena, Montana in 1864. Immel studied at the Ball School of Art in Minneapolis and in 1924 moved to Los Angeles where he further studied at Otis Art Institute, later moving to Seattle, Washington. Immel is known for his watercolor floral studies and was a member of the Puget Sound Group of Northwest Painters and the Northwest Watercolor Society; excellent condition with nice clear colors; some wear to blonde-stained wooden frame

 

 

Height: 
25.75"
Width: 
35"
Depth: 
1.75"
$3,250
Available
Quality Art Deco Rosewood and Burl Walnut 3-Drawer Chest by Irwin Furniture (1919-1953)
5127
late 1920s

the meticulously crafted chest with book-match veneered rosewood rectangular top with concave front; above three similarly veneered drawers fitted with shell-form enameled pulls, centering well-figured walnut burl wood panels; raised on inlaid turned supports; with metal identification label "Robert W. Irwin, Grand Rapids"; excellent condition with refreshed finish; some rubbing to enameled pulls

Height: 
35"
Width: 
50"
Depth: 
22"
$14,800
Available
Set of Three Hand-beaded Silk Organza Decorative Pillows
5047
1980s

Each custom bead-embellished silk pillow with gold braid and fringe; the silk reverse panel with braid detail; designed and made by Morrison & Company (metal label attached) originally sold through Baker, Knapp & Tubbs; two square and one rectangular; the rectangular pillow with water stain to reverse panel; overall good condition with beads intact 

Height: 
22" 19"
Width: 
22" 26"
Depth: 
9"
$2,450
Available
Hand-carved Stone Octopus Sculpture by Warren Arnold (b. 1934)
5145
1990s

 executed in variegated stone, the hand-carved octopus with smooth polished surface emerging from the unfinished stone below; overall even wear with some surface chips

Height: 
9.5"
Width: 
17"
Depth: 
17"
$1,450
Available
5144
dated 1988

incised signature to underside "Dave & Boni Deal 88"; of tall ovoid shape decorated overall with impressed leaves on a metallic, rainbow effect raku glaze; the western version of raku was developed in the 20th century by studio potters. typically fired at high temperatures, the wares are placed in an open-air container filled with combustible material, unlike the traditional Japanese method. the western process can give a great variety and depth of colors and surface effects as seen with this vase; good vintage condition with no chips or cracks

Height: 
24.5"
Diameter: 
9.5"
$2,200
Hold
Hollywood Regency Painted Faux Bamboo and Mirrored 2-Door Cabinets
4756
1960s

each composed of a metal frame with wooden top and side panels; fitted with 2 metal faux-bamboo doors with antiqued mirrored panels; excellent restored condition with replaced tops

Height: 
23.5"
Width: 
29.75"
Depth: 
19"
$7,250
Available
8-Piece Grouping of Brown Jordan "Roma" Patio Furniture
5143
1980s

set includes a circular glass-topped dining table, 6 arm chairs and a 2-tiered serving cart with glass shelves; Brown Jordan is the one of the world’s finest makers of high quality, luxury outdoor furniture.

Height: 
table: 27.5" cart: 31.5" chairs: 35"
Seat height: 
16.5"
Width: 
cart: 44.5" chairs: 21.5"
Depth: 
cart: 23" chairs: 26"
Diameter: 
table: 44.5"
$3,850
Available
Brown Jordan 1960s Aluminum Patio Set with Four Armchairs
5096
1960

the vintage 5-piece aluminum set consisting of a circular glass-top table with openwork splayed supports along with four barrel-back chairs; excellent sturdy condition with new gray powder coating and pale blue cushions 

Height: 
table: 27.5" chairs: 29.5"
Seat height: 
18" (with cushion)
Width: 
25"
Depth: 
21"
Diameter: 
42"
$4,800
Available
Vintage 1960s Double-baluster Saphire-blue Drip Glaze Lamp
60537
1960s

with waisted brass collar above a double-baluster ceramic body all in a richly-colored sapphire-blue drip glaze; excellent vintage condition with no chips or cracks; fine craquelure to glaze; rewired

Height: 
22" (top of lamp) 31" (top of shade)
Diameter: 
7"
$1,850
Available
Oil on Canvas: American School Mid-Century Abstract Expressionist Painting
4731
1950s

a nice example of an early abstract expressionist painting conveying the emotional expression and depth of field through layered spontaneous brush strokes; unsigned; The AE movement originated in New York in the 1940s and 1950s emphasizing an artist's liberty to convey attitudes and emotions through nontraditional and nonrepresentational means. Leading figures were Jackson Pollock and Willem de Kooning;  professionally cleaned; craquelure; canvas re-stretched on new frame; the canvas floating within a gray stained oak frame

Height: 
40.5"
Width: 
36.5"
Depth: 
2"
$6,800
Available

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