The San Francisco Fall Show is the leading international art, antiques, and design fair on the West Coast. Founded in 1982, the Show features over 40 of the top dealers from around the world, offering for sale an extraordinary range of fine and decorative arts representing all styles and periods, including paintings, furniture, precious metals, ceramics, jewelry, rugs, photography, works on paper, books, ethnographic art, and objets d’art. This year, The San Francisco Fall Show celebrates "La Dolce Vita" – the quintessentially Italian approach to the “good life”.
Opening Night Gala on October 11, Show Dates October 12 – 15
Thursday October 12 through Saturday October 14: 10:30am – 7:00pm
Sunday, October 15: 11:00am – 5:00pm
Festival Pavilion, Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture
2 Marina Blvd
San Francisco CA 94109
each sculptural oversized table lamp, composed of stacked free-form clear crystal hand-blown vases with pinched mid-section joined by a chrome stem; good vintage condition with minor rubbing to glass; some age and patina to metal; professionally rewired
a pair of Maurizio Tempestini (Italian, 1908-1960) mid-century modern alabaster table lamps in a sculpted flame design of polished white alabaster with veins of black; raised on oval ebonized wooden bases; good vintage condition with minor chipping; professionally rewired and bases re-painted
Attributed to Samson, Paris; each trumpet form vase with bulbous mid-section adorned overall with graceful meandering floral vines; now mounted as lamps on gilt-metal bases; excelllent condition with no visible chips or cracks; professionally cleaned and rewired
the large upright mouse with direct gaze fitted with leather ears and incised whiskers; above a bulbous elongated body with curled tail; with foil label 'Gumps' San Francisco; good vintage condition with minor wear and good patina; professionally refinished; some shrinkage to wood
depicting a wooded landscape in the impasto technique using thickly laid paint in soothing colors of blue and green; unsigned with artist label on verso; excellent clean surface; with later glazed custom oak frame and linen matte.
the 3-sided top above a paneled conforming body centering double-doors fitted with a solid brass latch; John Van Koert was a prominent New York designer who helped promote the fascination with Danish modern furnishings in the 1950's. In 1954, he was exhibition director of ''Design in Scandinavia,'' at the Brooklyn Museum of Art, introducing modern Scandinavian design to Americans. Mr. Van Koert's furniture designs for Drexel, were represented by prominent department stores such as Macy's and Bloomingdale's; good vintage condition with minor wear and patina; patina to brass
the long seat of slatted wood flanked by incurved arms with ball-form handholds; raised on a folding scissors double base; the term Savonarola derives from the chair on which the Savonarola used to sit in the convent of San Marco in Florence. The chair is named for the Italian Renaissance religious zealot Girolamo Savonarola; wear and patina to surface; movement to hinged frame; 2 ball-form handles replaced