60's glam at its best, each of large bulbous form covered in a rich olive-green and teal drip glaze; resting on a splayed wooden base with brass perimeter band; excellent condition with no chips or cracks; rewired; with original shades; overall height could be reduced with alternate shades
perfect for a traditional or modern interior, this impasto painting of a colorful hilly landscape dotted with trees with mountains in the distance; all done in an impasto style using thick layers of paint with visible painting strokes making the landscape appear as if it is coming out of the canvas; professionally cleaned; original silver-leafed frame restored with linen matte
a nice collection of half hull models depicting cutters, schooners and cargo ships; mounted on later frames; half hull models were constructed by shipwrights to plan a ship's design to ensure the ship's symmetry and were exact scale replicas of the actual ship's hull.
an updated and stylish take on Queen Anne pier mirrors composed of beveled mirror plates and mirrored frame all outlined in giltwood banding; refreshed water-gilded surface; some loss of silvering in areas; excellent vintage condition
the round beveled mirror within an adjustable steel frame raised on a rectilinear maplewood support; all over a steel base; good vintage condition with minor surface abrasions; minor loss of silver to orignal mirror with no chips or cracks
these stylish rhombus-form lamps made of clear crackle glass; excellent condition; designed by Paul Hanson Lighting Co. (est. 1920); the most collectible of Paul Hanson lamps are from the Hollywood Regency style and the Chinoiserie styles from the 1940's through 1960's using mid-century modern geometric lines in fine porcelains and crackle glass