Midcentury chandelier of natural rattan and woven cane featuring a rectangular design with scallops for two lights with its original milk glass globes. Professionally restored with new wiring and new sockets. Holds two 60W-max bulbs. Comes ready to install with a 36"L adjustable chain and ceiling canopy.
Pair of blanc de chine porcelain table lamps featuring the Goddess Kwan Yin on their original black lacquered wood bases with push-button switches. Each figure stands 16.5"H and has a removable hand. Newly wired for three way sockets with new brass fittings. Hold standard 150W-max bulbs. Each figure has a chipped thumb as pictured. Shades are not included.
This wonderful Art Deco carpet was made in China, circa 1910s or 1920s. Walter Nichols was great American rug producer (the Art Deco rugs which he did not originate them) in Tientsin. The rugs made of wool and silk with bold vibrant colors and the pattern are pictorial scenes and trees, birds, clouds, mountains, dragons, butterfly and flowers. The production of Art Deco rugs started from 1910s-1950s and mostly with western influence.
Hollywood Regency giltwood spire settee newly upholstered in plush leopard-print velvet fabric. Features finials and hand-carved details on legs. Seat: 19"H; 29"H to the lowest section of the swag in the back.
Goldtone "bubble texture" clip-back earrings, 1968. Marked "Napier." Identical earrings are shown on page 404 of Melinda L. Lewis and Henry Swen's book "The Napier Co.: Defining 20th Century American Costume Jewelry."
Pair of hand-carved wood African tribal mask lamps with spectacular incised detailing including bird heads. Newly wired for three-way sockets; each takes a standard 150W-max bulb. Mounted with steel fittings on custom oval Lucite bases. Some wear, one mask has splits.
Instant gallery wal, a set of three oil on canvas paintings. Overall dimensions represent the layout shown, which has 1.5" spacing.Dimensions from smallest to largest;H-10.75 W-13, three houses, signed and dated 1944. H-16.25 W-13, student girl, signed.H-26 W-2, woman, signed and dated 1946. minor wear. G. Hogg
Collection of 3 hand-painted ceramic vessels, consisting of 2 covered jars and a ceramic catchall plate, all with a black reticulated tribal pattern. The vessels have been finished in a matte glaze; two jars in cream, catchall in tan glaze. No maker's mark. Catchall, 11.6"Dia x 1.3"H.