each finely carved lamp with cloud scrolls and lappet border at the neck, above a tapering body adorned with bold chrysanthemums and birds; raised on carved giltwood bases; good vintage condition with no chips or cracks; fine craquelure overall; rewired; wooden bases have been watergilded
dressed in vintage 1940's clothes, the pensive golfer stares down the fairway after completing the perfect swing; inscribed EG ; with an overall brown patina with some green oxidation; good vintage condition with general overall wear; appears to have had a plaque on marble base; some chipping along bottom edge of base
Excellent vintage condition with no chips or cracks; KöniglichePorzellanManufaktur, or KPM (established 1723) was a fundamental part of the landscape of the European decorative arts in the 19th Century, and was, and still is, one of the most prolific producers of luxury porcelain
the black banner with embroidered decals of the Palace of Varied Industries, flowers, and a seal; along with the opening day ribbon with button and pin; good antique condition with minor wear to the edges; repair to ribbon;
The Panama–Pacific International Exposition was a world's fair held in San Francisco, California, from February 20 to December 4, 1915 to celebrate the completion of the Panama Canal, but was widely seen as a way to showcase San Francisco's recovery from the 1906 earthquake
the hand-crafted asymmetrically-formed clear glass bowl with its radiating arms; labeled 'Made in France' with remnants of foil Cofrac Verrier label; acid etched signature to underside 'Cofrac, Art Verrier, France'; excellent vintage condition with no chips, cracks; very light scuffing to underside
milos series – watercolor on paper 2000-2013; a series inspired by the legendary greek island, milos, with a ‘kaleidoscope of minerals, colors and water caves’. san francisco painter, william stanisich, captures the sheer beauty of this island in these paintings and as the artist stated “i have allowed my imagination the freedom to create a realism more accurate than mere mimicry”.