each with domed lid above a tapering ribbed body over a splayed foot; all resting on a custom giltwood base; adorned overall in an underglaze blue with foliate perimeter band, floral stems and birds; excellent vintage condition with no chips or cracks; fine craquelure to glaze; now drilled; rewired
these rare and striking art glass decanters with bulbous stoppers above a graduated ruffled body; with 'Made in Italy' foil label to underside; Empoli is known as the other Italian mid-century glass. Simpler in design than their Murano cousins, the simple traditional styles of Empoli glass were quickly adapted to the sparse abstract shapes of mid 20th century modernism. The vast majority of mid century-styled Empoli glass was made for the American market; excellent vintage condition with no chips or cracks to exterior; with polished pontil
the all panel-cut jar with splayed cover topped with a faceted finial knob all resting on an ovoid body; unsigned; in the manner of Moser Glassworks; in excellent condition with no chips or cracks; minor abrasions to underside of foot
super good quality with elegant shape and small size, the serpentine parquetry top above a bombé body fitted with 2 oak-lined drawers all raised on splayed legs ending in hoof feet; maker's label 'Auffray & Co. NYC" Auffray's & Co. originated in France in the early 1800's. It established a NYC workroom and showroom on 3rd Avenue in 1941. It later spent 40 years on 56th Street and now resides 200 Lexington Avenue in the Design Building. Auffray produced superb quality French reproduction furniture for high-end department stores such as Gimbels and B.
of impressive bulbous size, decorated overall with a watery green and blue thumb print drip pattern; resting on a gilt-metal base; excellent vintage condition with no chips or cracks; cleaned and rewired
Carl Thorp (1912–1989) was an American artist who was known for his Impressionist landscape, marine and still life paintings of California, sometimes referred to as California Scene Painting. He was active in California between 1928 and 1957.
each with four panels detailing various ways to prevent accidents and lessons learned, including 'Feu, Eau, Contagion, Empoisonnements, and Maison'; based on 19th century original lithographs by Emile Deyrolle; Les Fils d’Emile Deyrolle, Rue du Bac, Paris; restored ebonized wooden frames; some darkening, wrinkling, and foxing; PRICED PER PAIR