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Pair of Clear Glass Orrefors Decanters by Vicke Lindstrand Mid Century Modern

Pair of Clear Glass Orrefors Decanters by Vicke Lindstrand Mid Century Modern

Beautiful. Translucent. Elegant. Modern. How best to describe these incredible decanters designed by renowned Swedish glass designer Vicke Lindstrand in his early years with renowned glass company Orrefors. This decanter was made in two sizes and these are the smaller size. They are comprised of a stretched teardrop shaped body and long, slender and rounded stopper. They are stunning in their simplicity of form which is made more impacting by their absence of color allowing whatever contents to glow and shimmer.

Vicke Lindstrand was born Victor Emanuel Lindstrand on November 27, 1904 in Gothenburg, Sweden and is a legend in glass making. He is considered among the most influential 20th-century glass artists. He began his career as a commercial illustrator but soon found work with Orrefors Glass Manufacturer. In 1950 he left Orrefors for Kosta Glasbruk as an artistic director and became their dominant designer retiring in 1973. Along with fellow glass designers, Edvin Ohrstrom and Knut Bergqvist, he invented the Ariel technique in glass blowing. Beyond his commercial work at Orrefors and Kosta he produced several massive public sculptures around the globe and his works are in the collections of museums worldwide. Lindstrand died on May 7, 1983 in Kosta, Sweden but his extensive collection of works will live on.

Orrefors glassworks was founded in 1898 in Småland, Sweden on the previous site of an older iron works. Until 1913 they made primarily technical, medical and household glass. In 1914 under new ownership and management they began making crystal products including cut crystal and etched art glass. From that time forward Orrefors has excelled in all types of creative glass manufacture employing renowned artists and winning multiple awards. They continue production today primarily at their glassworks in Kosta using techniques developed in Småland. According to Orrefors official site no fewer than 15 people contribute to the production of a single piece of glass. It is no wonder Orrefors is a revered name among glass collectors worldwide.

This pair of decanters are sure to find a place of prominence in your home whether in your cocktail bar or on a shelf as object d’art. You must make them yours!

Price: $695


Antique Industrial Foundry Pattern for Mold Handmade Wood - Number 11

Antique Industrial Foundry Pattern for Mold Handmade Wood – Number 11

Wow! This antique industrial foundry pattern is simply fabulous! This listing is for a single pattern of long narrow slatted form. It was most likely part of a sewer drain or other type of grill. It makes the most fabulous wall hanging. Or, it could be the start of a cool coffee or sofa table.

This pattern came from Western Foundry of Topeka, Kansas. They were founded in 1876 by Roswell L. Cofran, Sr., a civil war veteran and future Topeka mayor. While running the business, he served as mayor for three terms 1885-1887, 1889-1893, and 1913-1915. Western Foundry operated in Topeka for 124 years under three Roswell L. Cofrans; Sr., Jr., and III.

The patterns were hand carved in the mid to late 1800s. They were created for cities all over the world. The carved pattern would be used to create the sand cast mold in which the molten iron would be poured to make the grate or whatever item for which the pattern was made.

My husband and I purchased these patterns from Western Foundry’s Going Out of Business auction many, many years ago and they’ve been in storage since. The buildings where these patterns were stored were amazing. There were two built specifically for this purpose totaling at least 120 feet in length. And, the patterns were filed according to project and placed very neatly on shelves lining both sides of the long narrow structures. I wish I would have had the forethought to note what project each of these was for as we were loading them. What history they hold! Now we get to offer these marvelous pieces to you. Make this set yours. Or, if these don’t meet your needs look at all our others listed here as well. Or, contact us. We couldn’t begin to list them all.

Price: $495


Antique Industrial Foundry Pattern for Mold Handmade Wood – Number 10

Antique Industrial Foundry Pattern for Mold Handmade Wood – Number 10

Wow! This antique industrial foundry pattern is simply fabulous! This listing is for a single pattern of rectangular form with smaller rectangular positive and negative space. It was most likely a sewer drain or other type of grill. It makes the most fabulous wall hanging. Or, it could be the start of a side table. Or, just set it on a shelf!

This pattern came from Western Foundry of Topeka, Kansas. They were founded in 1876 by Roswell L. Cofran, Sr., a civil war veteran and future Topeka mayor. While running the business, he served as mayor for three terms 1885-1887, 1889-1893, and 1913-1915. Western Foundry operated in Topeka for 124 years under three Roswell L. Cofrans; Sr., Jr., and III.

The patterns were hand carved in the mid to late 1800s. They were created for cities all over the world. The carved pattern would be used to create the sand cast mold in which the molten iron would be poured to make the grate or whatever item for which the pattern was made.

My husband and I purchased these patterns from Western Foundry’s Going Out of Business auction many, many years ago and they’ve been in storage since. The buildings where these patterns were stored were amazing. There were two built specifically for this purpose totaling at least 120 feet in length. And, the patterns were filed according to project and placed very neatly on shelves lining both sides of the long narrow structures. I wish I would have had the forethought to note what project each of these was for as we were loading them. What history they hold! Now we get to offer these marvelous pieces to you. Make this set yours. Or, if these don’t meet your needs look at all our others listed here as well. Or, contact us. We couldn’t begin to list them all.

Price: $995


Antique Industrial Foundry Patterns for Molds Handmade Wood Set of Six - Group 9

Antique Industrial Foundry Patterns for Molds Handmade Wood Set of Six – Group 9

Holy cow! These antique industrial foundry patterns are simply fabulous! This listing is for a varied set of six patterns of different sizes and purpose. We have priced them for the set. They make the most fabulous wall collage. Or are simply wonderful setting on a mantel or shelf.

These patterns came from Western Foundry of Topeka, Kansas. They were founded in 1876 by Roswell L. Cofran, Sr., a civil war veteran and future Topeka mayor. While running the business, he served as mayor for three terms 1885-1887, 1889-1893, and 1913-1915. Western Foundry operated in Topeka for 124 years under three Roswell L. Cofrans; Sr., Jr., and III.

The patterns were hand carved in the mid to late 1800s. They were created for cities all over the world. The carved pattern would be used to create the sand cast mold in which the molten iron would be poured to make the grate or whatever item for which the pattern was made.

My husband and I purchased these patterns from Western Foundry’s Going Out of Business auction many, many years ago and they’ve been in storage since. The buildings where these patterns were stored were amazing. There were two built specifically for this purpose totaling at least 120 feet in length. And, the patterns were filed according to project and placed very neatly on shelves lining both sides of the long narrow structures. I wish I would have had the forethought to note what project each of these was for as we were loading them. What history they hold! Now we get to offer these marvelous pieces to you. Make this set yours. Or, if these don’t meet your needs look at all our others listed here as well. Or, contact us. We couldn’t begin to list them all.

Price: $1,495


Antique Industrial Foundry Pattern for Mold Handmade Wood – Number 8

Antique Industrial Foundry Pattern for Mold Handmade Wood – Number 8

Wow! This antique handmade industrial foundry pattern is simply fabulous! This listing is for a single pattern of circle within a square within a larger square that is surrounded by awesome texture. Or flip it over and use the other side which is a square with a great big X. Our guess is this was made for some type of door. It makes the most fabulous wall hanging. Or, it could be the start of a cool little side table.

This pattern came from Western Foundry of Topeka, Kansas. They were founded in 1876 by Roswell L. Cofran, Sr., a civil war veteran and future Topeka mayor. While running the business, he served as mayor for three terms 1885-1887, 1889-1893, and 1913-1915. Western Foundry operated in Topeka for 124 years under three Roswell L. Cofrans; Sr., Jr., and III.

The patterns were hand carved in the mid to late 1800s. They were created for cities all over the world. The carved pattern would be used to create the sand cast mold in which the molten iron would be poured to make the grate or whatever item for which the pattern was made.

My husband and I purchased these patterns from Western Foundry’s Going Out of Business auction many, many years ago and they’ve been in storage since. The buildings where these patterns were stored were amazing. There were two built specifically for this purpose totaling at least 120 feet in length. And, the patterns were filed according to project and placed very neatly on shelves lining both sides of the long narrow structures. I wish I would have had the forethought to note what project each of these was for as we were loading them. What history they hold! Now we get to offer these marvelous pieces to you. Make this set yours. Or, if these don’t meet your needs look at all our others listed here as well. Or, contact us. We couldn’t begin to list them all.

Price: $995


Antique Industrial Foundry Pattern for Mold Handmade Wood - Number 7

Antique Industrial Foundry Pattern for Mold Handmade Wood – Number 7

Wow! This antique handmade industrial foundry pattern is simply fabulous! This listing is for a single pattern of long narrow form with lots of small squares. It was most likely a sewer drain or other type of grill. It makes the most fabulous wall hanging. Or, it could be the start of a cool coffee or sofa table.

This pattern came from Western Foundry of Topeka, Kansas. They were founded in 1876 by Roswell L. Cofran, Sr., a civil war veteran and future Topeka mayor. While running the business, he served as mayor for three terms 1885-1887, 1889-1893, and 1913-1915. Western Foundry operated in Topeka for 124 years under three Roswell L. Cofrans; Sr., Jr., and III.

The patterns were hand carved in the mid to late 1800s. They were created for cities all over the world. The carved pattern would be used to create the sand cast mold in which the molten iron would be poured to make the grate or whatever item for which the pattern was made.

My husband and I purchased these patterns from Western Foundry’s Going Out of Business auction many, many years ago and they’ve been in storage since. The buildings where these patterns were stored were amazing. There were two built specifically for this purpose totaling at least 120 feet in length. And, the patterns were filed according to project and placed very neatly on shelves lining both sides of the long narrow structures. I wish I would have had the forethought to note what project each of these was for as we were loading them. What history they hold! Now we get to offer these marvelous pieces to you. Make this set yours. Or, if these don’t meet your needs look at all our others listed here as well. Or, contact us. We couldn’t begin to list them all.

Price: $995


Antique Industrial Foundry Patterns for Molds Handmade Wood Set of Six – Group 6

Antique Industrial Foundry Patterns for Molds Handmade Wood Set of Six – Group 6

Holy cow! These antique industrial foundry patterns are simply fabulous! This listing is for a varied set of six patterns of different sizes and purpose. We have priced them for the set. They make the most fabulous wall collage. Two examples are shown in our photos. One, which looks like a tree!! Love it! Or, they are simply wonderful setting on a mantel or shelf.

These patterns came from Western Foundry of Topeka, Kansas. They were founded in 1876 by Roswell L. Cofran, Sr., a civil war veteran and future Topeka mayor. While running the business, he served as mayor for three terms 1885-1887, 1889-1893, and 1913-1915. Western Foundry operated in Topeka for 124 years under three Roswell L. Cofrans; Sr., Jr., and III.

The patterns were hand carved in the mid to late 1800s. They were created for cities all over the world. The carved pattern would be used to create the sand cast mold in which the molten iron would be poured to make the grate or whatever item for which the pattern was made.

My husband and I purchased these patterns from Western Foundry’s Going Out of Business auction many, many years ago and they’ve been in storage since. The buildings where these patterns were stored were amazing. There were two built specifically for this purpose totaling at least 120 feet in length. And, the patterns were filed according to project and placed very neatly on shelves lining both sides of the long narrow structures. I wish I would have had the forethought to note what project each of these was for as we were loading them. What history they hold! Now we get to offer these marvelous pieces to you. Make this set yours. Or, if these don’t meet your needs look at all our others listed here as well. Or, contact us. We couldn’t begin to list them all.

Price: $1,495


Antique Industrial Foundry Patterns for Molds Handmade Wood Set of Three - Group 5

Antique Industrial Foundry Patterns for Molds Handmade Wood Set of Three – Group 5

Holy cow! These antique industrial foundry patterns are simply fabulous! This listing is for a varied set of three patterns of different sizes and purpose but do create an interesting circle. We have priced them for the set. They make the most fabulous wall collage. Or are simply wonderful setting on a mantel or shelf.

These patterns came from Western Foundry of Topeka, Kansas. They were founded in 1876 by Roswell L. Cofran, Sr., a civil war veteran and future Topeka mayor. While running the business, he served as mayor for three terms 1885-1887, 1889-1893, and 1913-1915. Western Foundry operated in Topeka for 124 years under three Roswell L. Cofrans; Sr., Jr., and III.

The patterns were hand carved in the mid to late 1800s. They were created for cities all over the world. The carved pattern would be used to create the sand cast mold in which the molten iron would be poured to make the grate or whatever item for which the pattern was made.

My husband and I purchased these patterns from Western Foundry’s Going Out of Business auction many, many years ago and they’ve been in storage since. The buildings where these patterns were stored were amazing. There were two built specifically for this purpose totaling at least 120 feet in length. And, the patterns were filed according to project and placed very neatly on shelves lining both sides of the long narrow structures. I wish I would have had the forethought to note what project each of these was for as we were loading them. What history they hold! Now we get to offer these marvelous pieces to you. Make this set yours. Or, if these don’t meet your needs look at all our others listed here as well. Or, contact us. We couldn’t begin to list them all.

Price: $1,495


Antique Industrial Slatted Foundry Patterns for Molds Handmade Wood – Group 4

Antique Industrial Slatted Foundry Patterns for Molds Handmade Wood – Group 4

Holy cow! These antique industrial handmade foundry patterns are simply fabulous! This listing is for an individual slatted pattern from one through ten. We have priced them individually. They make the most fabulous wall collage. Or are simply wonderful setting on a mantel or shelf. Mix or match them with some of our other listings.

These patterns came from Western Foundry of Topeka, Kansas. They were founded in 1876 by Roswell L. Cofran, Sr., a civil war veteran and future Topeka mayor. While running the business, he served as mayor for three terms 1885-1887, 1889-1893, and 1913-1915. Western Foundry operated in Topeka for 124 years under three Roswell L. Cofrans; Sr., Jr., and III.

The patterns were handmade in the mid to late 1800s. They were created for cities all over the world. The carved pattern would be used to create the sand cast mold in which the molten iron would be poured to make the grate or whatever item for which the pattern was made.

My husband and I purchased these patterns from Western Foundry’s Going Out of Business auction many, many years ago and they’ve been in storage since. The buildings where these patterns were stored were amazing. There were two built specifically for this purpose totaling at least 120 feet in length. And, the patterns were filed according to project and placed very neatly on shelves lining both sides of the long narrow structures. I wish I would have had the forethought to note what project each of these was for as we were loading them. What history they hold! Now we get to offer these marvelous pieces to you. Make this set yours. Or, if these don’t meet your needs look at all our others listed here as well. Or, contact us. We couldn’t begin to list them all.

Price: $395


Antique Industrial Arched Foundry Patterns for Molds Handmade Wood – Group 3

Antique Industrial Arched Foundry Patterns for Molds Handmade Wood – Group 3

Holy cow! These antique industrial handmade foundry patterns are simply fabulous! This listing is for an individual arched pattern from one through five. We have priced them individually. They make the most fabulous wall collage. Or are simply wonderful setting on a mantel or shelf.

These patterns came from Western Foundry of Topeka, Kansas. They were founded in 1876 by Roswell L. Cofran, Sr., a civil war veteran and future Topeka mayor. While running the business, he served as mayor for three terms 1885-1887, 1889-1893, and 1913-1915. Western Foundry operated in Topeka for 124 years under three Roswell L. Cofrans; Sr., Jr., and III.

The patterns were hand carved in the mid to late 1800s. They were created for cities all over the world. The carved pattern would be used to create the sand cast mold in which the molten iron would be poured to make the grate or whatever item for which the pattern was made.

My husband and I purchased these patterns from Western Foundry’s Going Out of Business auction many, many years ago and they’ve been in storage since. The buildings where these patterns were stored were amazing. There were two built specifically for this purpose totaling at least 120 feet in length. And, the patterns were filed according to project and placed very neatly on shelves lining both sides of the long narrow structures. I wish I would have had the forethought to note what project each of these was for as we were loading them. What history they hold! Now we get to offer these marvelous pieces to you. Make this set yours. Or, if these don’t meet your needs look at all our others listed here as well. Or, contact us. We couldn’t begin to list them all.

Price: $395


Antique Industrial Foundry Patterns for Molds Handmade Wood Set of Seven – Group 2

Antique Industrial Foundry Patterns for Molds Handmade Wood Set of Seven – Group 2

Whoa! These antique handmade industrial foundry patterns are simply fabulous! This listing is for a varied set of seven patterns of different sizes and purpose. We have priced them for the set. They make the most fabulous wall collage. Or are simply wonderful setting on a mantel or shelf.

These patterns came from Western Foundry of Topeka, Kansas. They were founded in 1876 by Roswell L. Cofran, Sr., a civil war veteran and future Topeka mayor. While running the business, he served as mayor for three terms 1885-1887, 1889-1893, and 1913-1915. Western Foundry operated in Topeka for 124 years under three Roswell L. Cofrans; Sr., Jr., and III.

The patterns were hand carved in the mid to late 1800s. They were created for cities all over the world. The carved pattern would be used to create the sand cast mold in which the molten iron would be poured to make the grate or whatever item for which the pattern was made.

My husband and I purchased these patterns from Western Foundry’s Going Out of Business auction many, many years ago and they’ve been in storage since. The buildings where these patterns were stored were amazing. There were two built specifically for this purpose totaling at least 120 feet in length. And, the patterns were filed according to project and placed very neatly on shelves lining both sides of the long narrow structures. I wish I would have had the forethought to note what project each of these was for as we were loading them. What history they hold! Now we get to offer these marvelous pieces to you. Make this set yours. Or, if these don’t meet your needs look at all our others listed here as well. Or, contact us. We couldn’t begin to list them all.

Price: $1,495


Antique Industrial Foundry Patterns for Molds Handmade Set of Six - Group 1

Antique Industrial Foundry Patterns for Molds Handmade Set of Six – Group 1

Holy cow! These antique handmade industrial foundry patterns are simply fabulous! This listing is for a varied set of six patterns of different sizes and purpose. We have priced them for the set. They make the most fabulous wall collage. Or are simply wonderful setting on a mantel or shelf.

These patterns came from Western Foundry of Topeka, Kansas. They were founded in 1876 by Roswell L. Cofran, Sr., a civil war veteran and future Topeka mayor. While running the business, he served as mayor for three terms 1885-1887, 1889-1893, and 1913-1915. Western Foundry operated in Topeka for 124 years under three Roswell L. Cofrans; Sr., Jr., and III.

The patterns were hand carved in the mid to late 1800s. They were created for cities all over the world. The carved pattern would be used to create the sand cast mold in which the molten iron would be poured to make the grate or whatever item for which the pattern was made.

My husband and I purchased these patterns from Western Foundry’s Going Out of Business auction many, many years ago and they’ve been in storage since. The buildings where these patterns were stored were amazing. There were two built specifically for this purpose totaling at least 120 feet in length. And, the patterns were filed according to project and placed very neatly on shelves lining both sides of the long narrow structures. I wish I would have had the forethought to note what project each of these was for as we were loading them. What history they hold! Now we get to offer these marvelous pieces to you. Make this set yours. Or, if these don’t meet your needs look at all our others listed here as well. Or, contact us. We couldn’t begin to list them all.

Price: $1,495


Antique Primitive and Rustic Gravity Cream Separator Can in Green on Red Legs

Antique Primitive and Rustic Gravity Cream Separator Can in Green on Red Legs

This is so cool!!! It is a fabulous piece of vintage farm equipment. This awesome item was made as a gravity cream separator for a dairy farm but it’s Primitive and rustic patina make it incredible for an item of decor. It stands proudly on red-painted wood legs and is the most remarkable shade of green you have ever seen. Plus, the age patina is perfection. It is amazing what a few dings and a little rust can do. It has a lid that reminds me of the Tin Man’s hat. In fact, the whole thing rather reminds me of the Tin Man from Wizard of Oz and this piece comes from Kansas too. Use it as a piece of sculpture in your home or in your yard and it will look marvelous. But, remove the lid, hang it on the leg and fill the can with beautiful sunflowers and look at what you have!!! An extraordinary display piece for your entry or an astonishing centerpiece for your living or dining room!! I’ve even displayed it in our shop with a “bouquet” of old croquet mallets in it for fun conversation piece. We believe it to have originally been for sale by the Sears and Roebuck Co. but as you can see in the photos, the label is unreadable. This piece is so fab, you must make it yours.

Price: $495


Vintage Rooster Andirons Solid Brass

Vintage Rooster Andirons Solid Brass

You will be the “cock of the walk” with these vintage rooster andirons! Each sporting a stately comb, wattle, and spurs any rooster would be proud to own. Not to mention their fabulous tail feathers. Cast in solid brass with a perfect age patina and generous in size these boys will look awesome in your fireplace. Or, just sit them on a mantle or display shelf for drama! Each rooster has his own distinct design character, take note of their differences. They just make me smile. Make them yours to brighten your day.

Price: $2,495


Mid Century Woven Wood Folding Screen 4 Panel Room Divider in Pine

Mid Century Woven Wood Folding Screen 4 Panel Room Divider in Pine

Just look at this gorgeous folding screen! It will look perfect wherever you use it and, frankly, whatever your style. Comprised of thin two-inch wide pine strips that are woven horizontally inside four pine frames creating a privacy screen. Each panel is connected by brass double action hinges so the panels can fold either way offering many combinations of use. Use it in small living space to separate the dining room from the living room and provide a gorgeous backdrop for beautiful lounge chair and ottoman. Or put it in the corner of a dining room to disguise yet another corner with a large potted plant and table placed in front. Don’t hesitate. Make it yours now.

Price: $1,795


Trio of Modern Lucite Acrylic and Chrome Candlesticks 20th Century

Trio of Modern Lucite Acrylic and Chrome Candlesticks 20th Century

We are not sure if this incredible set of three Lucite and chrome candlesticks are Art Deco, Streamline Moderne, Mid-Century Modern, or Modern. We are sure that they are fabulous! They have attributes of all those styles. They are comprised of a round stepped Lucite base and a simple Lucite shaft with a chrome ring that connects the base to the bottom of the shaft and chrome ring and cup at the top of the shaft to hold the candle. In a way they remind us of Helena Rubinstein’s early Lucite designs with their stepped acrylic base indicative of the era. But their chrome and straight lines are more Mid-Century Modern-Modern era. With the materials we are reminded of the designs of Dorothy Thorpe and Charles Hollis Jones. But not quite. No matter the designer or the maker they are beautiful and useful and will adorn your dining table or credenza magnificently! Make them yours.

 

Price: $495


Sunset Mountain Pottery Vase

Sunset Mountain Pottery Vase

Offered here is a beautiful vintage Sunset Mountain Pottery Vase circa 1950. Collectors will understand its rarity but for those of you non collectors here is a little history. Although sold at Sunset Mountain overlooking Asheville, North Carolina and called Sunset Mountain Pottery, these great pieces were actually made in Steeds, N.C. by J.B. Cole’s Pottery from 1926-1956. That means it was made in the Seagrove area of North Carolina which is 200 miles east of Asheville. The Seagrove area has long been known for its pottery. In some cases, called the pottery capital of the world. This large double handled vase has a beautiful and unusual drip glaze of white over forest green. I would guess it to be a 1950’s piece because of its style and glaze. It is in great vintage condition – several very small nicks to glaze on rim – look much worse in photos. Don’t hesitate to buy.

Price: $595


Scandinavian Hooked Rug Wall Hanging Vintage Mid Century

Scandinavian Hooked Rug Wall Hanging Vintage Mid Century

Bold and bright and beautiful! This vintage Scandinavian wall hanging will look fabulous wherever it is hung. Made in the traditional hooked rug style with a traditional Danish design motif of birds and stylized tulips in bright reds and blues and yellows on a cream background. It has its own attached wood hanging bracket and is ready to hang. Rug hooking is both an art and a craft where rugs or wall hangings are made by pulling loops of yarn or fabric through a stiff woven base. The loops are pulled through the backing material by using a crochet-type hook mounted in a handle for leverage. It is believed the earliest forebears of hooked rugs were made in England during the early part of the 19th century. This beautiful example is circa 1960s-1960s Dutch. It needs to be yours.

Price: $495


Black Lacquer with Inlaid Mother of Pearl Korean Bottle Vase Extra Large Footed Vintage

Black Lacquer with Inlaid Mother of Pearl Korean Bottle Vase Extra Large Footed Vintage

Words and photos do not do justice to this fabulous Korean bottle vase.  Its black lacquer over brass and inlaid mother of pearl birds, butterflies, and floral designs are incredible. Only to be outdone by its lovely tall bulbous footed form. We believe this piece to be mid-20th century. It retains its original made in Korea paper tag and is in wonderful vintage condition. How beautiful will this be on your mantle, in your bookcase, or really wherever you wish to put it. Just make it yours.

Price: $595


Antique Japanned Finish Two Candle Candelabra

Antique Japanned Finish Two Candle Candelabra

Just look at the detail on this beautiful early 20th century cast white metal candelabra. It holds a pair of candles and has a stunning japanned finish with awesome patina. Looks like aged copper. It is comprised of a flat fluted column as the main shaft which comes out of a circular domed base adorned with acanthus leaf garland. There is a flame atop this central shaft. Two acanthus leaf garlands loop down and up to become the cups for the candles and another acanthus leaf garland ties these two together. It will be outstanding as a single candle holder on your table or wherever you need it. But, will also be fabulous grouped with a collection of candlesticks. You know you love it. Make it yours!

Price: $395


Large Pure White Porcelain Swan Jardinière Planter or Serving Tureen

Large Pure White Porcelain Swan Jardinière Planter or Serving Tureen

This stately and handsome fellow will grace your table beautifully whether you use him to hold flowers or food! Made of gorgeous pure white porcelain this swan is in fabulous vintage condition free from chips, or cracks, or crazing. Most likely originated as a jardinière to hold a plant or flowers, but I, personally, would use him to serve a lovely soup or gazpacho. His large size is perfect for your Thanksgiving or Holiday feast. You just need to make him yours.

Price: $475


Waterford Marquis Bud Vase from the Palladia Collection

Waterford Marquis Bud Vase from the Palladia Collection

Small but mighty. Perfect description for this lovely little vase from Waterford’s Marquis line of crystalline, a high quality, non-leaded glass. The Marquis line was the first new line in Waterford’s 200-year history. They began producing Marquis crystalline in 1991 to appeal a younger market. It grew quickly and became a tremendous success. This bud vase is part of the Palladia collection which was produced from 1993 through 2003. It is a wonderful little treasure that will grace any spot it is placed. Make it your own or make it a gift.

Price: $225


Orrefors Eight Inch Crystal Vase by Lars Hellsten Signed and Numbered LH 4599-22

Orrefors Eight Inch Crystal Vase by Lars Hellsten Signed and Numbered LH 4599-22

What a lovely crystal vase for a beautiful bouquet or just sitting on a mantle or bookshelf. This gorgeous piece of Orrefors is signed LH 4599-22 which according to our research means it was designed by Lars Hellsten but that is as far as our research has led us. We have yet been able to determine what collection this is from or the exact creation date. Lars began his career with Orrefors in 1972 so we do know it is after that year. This wonderful vase will be perfect in your home or perhaps an awesome gift. Make it yours.

Price: $225


Macramé Owl Wall Hanging or Towel Ring Vintage

Macramé Owl Wall Hanging or Towel Ring Vintage

Who who who…..doesn’t love these guys!!? This macramé pair of owls are so adorable and have been carefully stored away for around 50 years waiting to greet you again. Each little owl has its own personality. One with brown wood eyes and one with pink plastic. They both hang from a macramé cord and hold a wood ring in their talons, possibly for a hand towel, but they look fabulous as just a wall hanging. Choose one or two. We have priced them separately. Just make them yours. Or maybe as a one-of-a-kind gift. One for you and one to give.

Price: $245


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