When Ali Davin launched Jute in 2009, she brought with her years of experience in art, antiques, and architecture. But her clients take away far more than one-of-a-kind finds. Ali’s work is known for being both lovely and livable—a characteristic valued by a clientele in Los Angeles, San Francisco, and beyond. Snatch up a few favorite treasures found via this tastemaker’s travels.
Large vibrant art glass horse bookends in a
vibrant red to amber (amberina) gradient. Maker attributed to L.E. Smith Glass Company, circa 1920. Some bubbles and straw marks typical of pressed glass mold production. Books no included. Light wear.
Intricately detailed royal elephant hand-enameled bookends in a
copper-gold plating carrying red and green howdahs set on deep aqua bases, circa 1920. Felt undersides. Maker attributed to L. V. Aronson, Ronson Art Metal Works. Book is not included. Light wear ...