Art Deco was the epitome of the avant-garde—pushing the envelope of what we consider beautiful," says Ariane Trimuschat, director of The San Francisco Fall Antiques Show. Inspired by this year's theme, our sale includes many participating designers' pieces. Proceeds benefit the show’s beneficiary, Enterprise for High School Students, which empowers San Francisco youth for success in employment and higher education.
Pair of floral Asian enamel vases with stands.
Although similar, each hand-painted vase reflects the personality of the artist with similar, yet distinct patterns of roses, chrysanthemum, butterflies, etc. Matching stands included. No maker's mark. Interior throat of one vase ...
Pair of Wilhelm Kage's Argenta vases manufactured by
Gustavsberg. "Argenta" was Wilhelm Kage's series of luxurious, emerald-green glazed ceramics, often with neoclassical-style decoration applied in sterling silver. Mythological themes and imagery relating to the sea predominated, with highly detailed flowers ...
Pair of Art Nouveau-style light blue vases, each
featuring a woman perched on the sides reaching up towards a running fountain the shape of Greek god Poseidon. Illegibly signed and numbered on the body.