A charming vintage 1970s wood carved bird-shaped candle holder candelabra. This hand-made Danish Modern design holds 5 slim tapers in pivoting "feather" arms. The piece has a variety of swiveling positions to hold candles or can work as a stand-alone sculpture. The holder folds compactly flat. Each part is attached by dowels and pegs and can be taken apart.
In good vintage condition, with signs of light wear and patina.
Measurements: 10" wide x 7" high, 3/8" diameter openings for candles
This bar tool collection of four pieces is a mini time capsule for your vintage bar. The pieces range from the 1940s to the 1970s. Each is in its original box and feature period graphic design and typography.
The 4 piece set contains:
1968 Irvinware Metal Hand Ice Crusher Number 1810. In its original box. “man-sized Bar Tool that crushed ice cubes, one at a time, easily, completely, without spilling”. In good vintage condition. Box shows signs of wear. Box size: 7 x 2-1/2 x x1-3/4 in
1950s Mr. Bartender Chrome Jigger Pour Spout “One jigger I pour, no less, no more”. This bar tool measures and pours straight from your bottle. In good vintage condition. The box shows signs of wear. Box size: 7-1/2 x 3 x 1-3/4 in
Late 1940s/early 1950s Magicflo Sifon Jigger "It pours and stops". The original design was patented in 1948. In good vintage condition, box shows signs of wear. Original guarantee/direction/order form included. Box size: 6-1/2 x 2 x 2 in
1960/1970 Reese Cocktail Shorty 100 Count Party Straws Good vintage straws. Box shows signs of wear, missing cellophane wrap. Size: 4-3/4 x 1-1/2 x 1-1/2 in
Note: The jiggers haven't been tested. Handle with care as the plastic and cork may be fragile due to age.
A vintage 1950s McCoy pink rectangular planter. The planter is in a pink glaze with a black brushed design on the legs, similar to the basketweave pattern. McCoy pottery was produced in the US in the early 20th century. The embossed McCoy USA stamp is on the bottom.
In very good vintage condition with some pinholes from the manufacturing process.
Size: 10-1/2 x 4 x 3-1/2 high
A vintage 1960s wood Karoff Fold Away Buffett Server Tray. This versatile wood server is complete with two glass condiment jars with wood lids and a pair of salt and pepper shakers. The server has molded depressions that can hold various food items. The brass hinges extend the tiers into a wide server.
In very good vintage condition, some minor wear, light stains.
Fully extended measures about 27” long, fully closed is 13-5/8 wide (15-3/4 with handles), 7-1/2" wide, and 3-1/2 high. Glass condiment holders: 3” with lid, 2-1/2 diameter. The S&P shakers are 2-1/2" high, 1-1/2" at its widest
A vintage 1920s Art Deco bright green pressed glass pair of candleholders. This depression-era glass pair features a stylized scrollwork base.
In very good vintage condition
Size: 4” wide by 4” high by 2-3/4” deep, 7/8” diameter opening
A vintage 20-year perpetual calendar that functioned from 1955 through 1974. It has a rotating dial to choose the days, months, and years. This is a brass desktop model with an easel-type back to hold it upright. It's decorated with red-painted accents. Made by Sarna Brass, an Indian import business started by Sajan Singh Sarna in 1920.
In good vintage condition with paint wear and some patina.
Size: 3-1/4” diameter
A vintage table crumb sweeper in a glamorous Hollywood Regency style. In gold metal and gold filigree and pearl design on top. De-crumb your table in style.
In good vintage condition with some signs of wear: light scuffs, paint loss on the wood handle, and metal loss inside crumb compartment
Size: 5-3/4 wide by 2-1/2 deep by 1-1/4” high, 3” handle
A vintage Danish Modern ice bucket in a minimalist design. Crafted of solid teak wood. and designed by Jens Quistgaard for Dansk. The thick round recessed lid fits snugly inside the rim. The inside is lined in black waterproof plastic. Marked Dansk International Designs Ltd. IHQ/Malaysia.
In good condition with some signs of light wear: small nick, scratches, and some stains on top.
Size: 9-3/8” diameter by 6-1/8” high. The inner plastic insert is 7” in diameter and 4” deep
A vintage oil painting of the artist as a young girl. The painting features a green-eyed girl with her brush and a palette filled with bright dabs of paint. The art is reminiscent of the cubist style.
Oil on masonite.
The back is titled and signed ‘Artist as a Young Girl R.W.’
The art is in very good condition. The glossy black frame structure is solid but shows a chip on the top right corner joint. There are signs of scratch marks painted over (on the bottom section).
Size: Frame: 12-3/4 by 18” Art 7-3/4 x 11-1/4”
A vintage 1960s copper and stone sculpture from John Steck’s ‘Desert Flower’ collection. The four feathery ‘pom pom’ flower heads are made from thin copper wires that delicately move with slight vibrations. The textured leaves are hand-shaped and have a rustic green patina. The floral group is mounted on a solid natural stone base. The sculpture is unsigned and attributed to artist John Steck.
In very good condition.
Size: Approximately 20” high by 13” wide
A lovely pair of vintage mid-20th century original watercolors on paper. The pair feature portraits of ladies dressed in English Regency era (1813-1827) clothing. One lady is dressed for a masquerade ball and holding a black mask, the other is holding an open fan. The illustrations are by Pennsylvania artist Louise Schabacker (1903-1987) and signed at the bottom.
In good vintage condition, the paper is yellowed and has some small marks. The gold-painted frame shows wear and paper backing has been removed.
Art: 5-1/4 x 6”
Frame 6-5/8 x 7-3/8”
A vintage 1980s print features a happy skier who looks like he doesn’t have a care in the world as he traverses down the slope. This limited edition print is in a loose expressive style with hand-painted watercolor accents.
Signed ‘Morgan’ inscribed 64/250
Very good condition with light toning. Frame shows some signs of wear. Paper label on the back reads ‘To: Frank & Beth From The Kellys 4, 1986’
Art: 7-3/8 x 9-3/8 in
Frame: 12 x 15 in
This vintage 1960s print features a long-limbed model illustrated in a mod fashion style. The artwork is graphically striking, using only a minimum of colors. The Judaic symbols of fish and hamsas were worked into the jewelry, vest clasp, and border.
The art is an excellent quality print, and the colors are rich and vibrant.
The frame is natural wood, with an inset of black and an inner red frame. It's in good condition with some signs of wear.
Art Size: 19-1/2" Wide x 26-1/4" High
Frame Size: 20-1/4" Wide x 28" High x 1-1/2" Deep
Signed at the bottom left in the Hebrew alphabet רִיקִי "Riki" (or "Ricky").
Antique 1870s steel plate engraving of The Temple of Minerva. The highly detailed print features temple ruins on a cliff overlooking the sea.
Engraving by J. Saddler (1813–1892) based on a painting by William Simpson (1823-1899), a Scottish artist. The print was part of a series in Picturesque Europe, a lavishly illustrated set of books published by D. Appleton & Co.
Medium: Steel plate engraving on paper
Size: 12-1/2" wide by 9/14" high
Good antique condition, some toning, light mold spots/staining. Suitable for framing.
Antique 1870s steel plate engraving of Bamborough Castle as seen above the rocks on the bay in Northumberland, England. Engraving by Samuel Bradshaw based on a painting by John Mogford, an English painter known for Cornish landscapes. The print was part of a series in Picturesque Europe, a lavishly illustrated set of books published by D. Appleton & Co.
Medium: Steel plate engraving on paper
Size: 12-1/2" wide by 9/14" high
Good antique condition, paper yellowing/toning, light mold spots/staining, small tears at top edge. Suitable for framing.
A bold mixed media painting on canvas. This mid-century modern piece features a striking abstract geometric composition. The pastel and dark tones are laid in heavy impasto. Signed at lower right.
Condition: The painting is in very good condition. The brushed aluminum framing has minor signs of wear
Art: 37-1/2" wide x 35-1/2" high
Frame: 38-1/4" wide x 36-1/4" high
This vintage 1950s rich black mouton stole gorgeously drapes over the shoulders. Mouton is sheepskin that was shorn and dyed to resemble beaver fur or sealskin during this time period. This capelet is soft, warm, and has a luxurious feel.
The design features two long sections at the front that can fasten with a hook and loop or remain open. The back curves down gracefully. The inside is lined in midnight blue satin and has two inner arm straps. The label is 'Pomeroy's Reading', a Pennsylvania department store built in stages from 1892 to 1957. The monogram reads 'AMW'
In very good vintage condition with signs of very light wear in the lining.
Measurements: *please inquire for additional measurements
The front length from the base of the neck to the long tail end is 35" (30" to the short end)
The neck to the "sleeve" edge is 17"
30" from "sleeve" edge to edge (when laid flat)
20" from the back collar to the hem
A whimsical vintage floral headpiece from the 1950s. This lightweight fascinator perches on top of the head and can be secured with a few pins.
The spiky leaves are velveteen fabric in an ombré blend of light and dark orange. The flowers and feathers are on wire stems and can be adjusted to add more (or less) drama. The orange veil may be worn over the eyes or gathered up closer to the leaves if desired.
Designed by John Pico Harberger (“Mr. John”), a society hat designer with his own label from 1948 through 1970. Fabric label reads " Mr. John Caprice New York Paris".
Size: the floral grouping is approximately 8” x 7”
In very good vintage condition
This finely carved Art Nouveau cameo depicts a lovely woman from the Roman era. She is wearing a draped garment, beaded necklace, and her hair is adorned with large flowers. The unusual gold mount gracefully floats around the shell instead of fully encircling the edges. The frame is an organic vine with small flowers and shapes, adorned with ten tiny seed pearls.
The cameo shell is in excellent condition. There is a small bit of movement within the gold frame. The gold has areas of tarnish. The original tube hinge has been replaced with a replacement. It currently holds to a portion of the original C catch. (It has a plastic earring back to prevent it from totally detaching). There aren’t any hallmarks and it hasn’t been tested.
Size: Approximately 1-3/8” x by 1-3/4”
A vintage 1950s jacket of black Persian lamb. This versatile jacket features a convertible collar that can lay flat, fold over mid-way or stand upright with a hook and latch closure. The sleeves are cropped and have a large cuff. Designed and made by Sol Nackson Fine Furs New York.
In good vintage condition with fur loss on the back collar (see photo)
Sleeve Length 20”
Bottom hem 20” (laid flat)
A fun box of vintage fabric-covered buttons. They are in the original fabric store display box with 10 samples attached to the front. The buttons are in a wide range of colors with a white polka dot pattern. The shank backs are either silver or black metal. Use them to embellish garments, jewelry, accessories, etc.
In very good condition, may need some cleaning. The box shows signs of wear.
Size: Buttons are 1" diameter. Box is 8" x 6" x 2-1/2"
A vintage belt buckle design made of silver nickel metal. Alternating coin-shaped discs are soldered together to form an oval belt buckle. The belt features reproduction coins featuring a Roman Centurion soldier with a dragon atop his helmet. The pins are on a swivel hinge.
In good vintage condition with signs of wear and patina.
Size: 3-1/4" by 2-1/4”. Prongs are 1" apart. Fits approximate 2” wide belt
A vintage 1950s muskrat fur coat in a classic full-length design. Muskrat was commonly dyed to resemble a more expensive mink. The reddish-brown fur coat has a notched lapel and straight sleeves. This heavy-weight coat does not have any closures. It has two lined pockets. The lining is brown with a small floral pattern. The collar can be turned up for extra protection. Made by George's Furs, Bethlehem, PA.
The fur and lining are in good shape. The coat has an approx. 5" tear on the back left shoulder seam and a 3" tear on the left arm. Please see photos
Length (collar to hem) 39"
Arm length (shoulder to wrist) 21"
Wrist Opening 12 Buttoned"
A vintage 1940s short cape of soft sheared beaver fur. The capelet has an asymmetrical hem that is higher in the front. The cape can be worn open or fastened with a concealed eye and hook.
In good vintage condition. The black satin lining has some small holes at the bottom hem (see photos).
Bottom edge 64”
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