fitted with two rectangular glass shelves with perimeter gallery, the bottom with bottle receptacle; flanked by upright openwork sides; raised on casters; good vintage condition with newly painted surface with silver-gilt highlights
with long cylindrical neck above a spherical body all in an ivory crater-glaze finish; good vintage condition with minor overall wear; Jaru Art Products began in 1950 by Jack and Ruth Hirsh in Culver City, Calif. The name is a combination of the first two letters of their first names (Ja and ru). Jaru sold artwares by various artists then later created its own line. Most pieces were marked with a simple paper sticker, although some have an impressed mark. Jaru was sold in 1968.
the round occasional/end table featuring a book-matched top above a similar lower shelf; metal label to underside "Wm. A. Berkey Furniture Co., Est. 1881, A Division of John Widdicomb; good vintage condition; professionally refinished
fine early piece by listed California "New Masters" painter Kenneth Ray Wilson; contemporary abstract expressionist oil painting in the impasto style with thickly laid layered paint in cool and warm colors; signed lower right, a good quality example of abstract expressionist art; Kenneth finds abstract painting to be the most challenging, “It evolves as you paint it and it takes a longer time as layers of paint need to dry before new layers are added."; Corporate Collections: Price Waterhouse (San Francisco, CA), Wells Fargo Bank (San Francisco, CA), AT&T Corporation (New Yo
each square stool composed of rectilinear tubes fitted with leather strapwork supporting loose cushions; good vintage condition with new leather upholstery; Jørgen Høj was originally trained as a metal worker and upholsterer at the Copenhagen School for Arts and Crafts. He led a successful design business until his death in 1994 working with such designers as Poul Kjaerholm and Bodil Kjaer