BRASS AND METAL PETER GRAY "THOMPSON" "F. R. R." RAILROAD LANTERN AND GLOBE, nickel-plate finish, bail handle attached to frame arm which secures a removable top, top and bottom with matching pierced pattern, wire guard, removable colorless globe with embossed "F. R. R." for Fitchburg rail road. Fitted with a removable nickel-plated brass font with spring mechanism to underside of base, No. 1 inset collar and an H. B. & H Pinafore burner. Fourth quarter 19th century.
Glasluster Glasleuchter Hier handelt es sich um einen modernen Metall Glas Luster aus gefertigter Handarbeit welcher sich in einem wunderbarem Zustand befindet. Der Luster wurde verm. in der zweiten Hälfte des letzten Jahrhunderts gefertigt, er besitzt 5 geschweifte Arme mit hübschen unbeschädigten handgeferigten Glastulpen Höhe 70 x d = 75cm
Under Shelter is a textile tapestry from the collection “Woolgathering”. Kustaa Saksi is a Finnish artist and designer based in Amsterdam, specialising in graphic storytelling through patterns, textile art and installation. Ideas of nature seen from the abstracted edge of perception pervade all of Saksi’s work.
An Ancient Roman North African redware mould-made lamp. The central discus is finely decorated with a maned lion walking right, within an arc of geometric swirls and designs. To the rear, a solid hug handle and the lamp stands on a low ring base.
French Brass Chandelier fourth quarter 19th century, the unusual chandelier with a drop center in the style of a masque light, the motif repeated on each of the four clusters of lights, the drip pans and sockets decorated with pierced scrollwork. h. 55", dia. 36" Estimate $800-1,200
RARE PAIR OF VENETIAN LAMPS CIRCA 1900. HEXANGONAL IN SHAPE WITH ORIGINAL GLASS. LATER CONVERTED TO ELECTRIC. BEAUTIFULLY PRESSED AND PIERCED METALWORK, WITH BARLEY TWIST COLUMNS. WE BELIEVE THE VELVET CLAD POLES AND CARVED GILT WOOD BASES TO BE EARLIER IN DATE. AS ILLUSTRATED IN THE LAST PICTURE THE BASES HAVE A REMOVABLE WEDGE FOR ANGLING INTO A ROOM/ WALKWAY. SOME LOSSES TO THE FLORAL APPLIED LEAVES, SOME STRUCTURAL WEAKNESS WERE THE LAMPS JOIN THE POLES, THIS IS DUE THE WEIGHT AND MATERIALS
These lamps that combine soft and fragile paper with rough terracotta take inspiration from ritual masks and tools, that have been used to awaken the unknown. Throughout his work, Tero wants to find something that moves and touches people. His works combine materials with different haptic qualities, that leave room for the invisible and surprises. Materials and colours are often his biggest inspiration when starting a new design project.
Pair of ceiling lamps designed by Carl Harry Stålhane. Produced by Rörstrand in Sweden during the 1950s. Made from white porcelain with embossed geometrical pattern. Both lamps in excellent condition with few signs of wear and use.
Luminous Shapes is an ongoing collection investigating how people understand and interpret experimental product design. When presenting sculptural furniture, people often ask for the function of the objects. In this collection, the first phase is to make sculptures. After finding the right shapes, light sources are being placed. Some objects will have a clear reference to already known types of lamps while other will be more experimental and question if the object is a lamp, only based on the pr
Exquisite Pair of French Ormolu Bronze-Mounted & Turquoise Sevres Porcelain Nine Light Candelabra, Circa 1880. The quality of this pair is jewel like and attributed to Alfred Beurdeley Paris. Nine-hand painted porcelain candle-cups. This is the best pair of Sevres Candelabra that we have seen in a few years. Measures: 29″ high x 12″ wide x 12″ diameter Excellent condition. Ready for placement. Exquisite Pair of French Ormolu Bronze-Mounted & Turquoise Sevres Porcelain Nine Light Candelabra, Circ
Item No: LG1 Description: Late Gustavian chandelier, CHB, Carl Henric Brolin. High quality Stockholm work. Six + one candlelight, burnt-gilded brass frame, with crystals with assorted cuts in strings and cascades. candlelight arms in the form of the lying figure five, Decorative palmett mounts. Lower section suspended with drops. Crown ring double-sign CHB. Designer/Maker: Carl Henric Brolin (Bronze Manufacturer in Stockholm 1799-1827) Year: 1820s Origin: Sweden Material: Metal and Glass Dimensi
Niermann Weeks is a family-owned business that continues to mix traditional furniture with modern flair for its own individual style. Grandiose in design, this lively chandelier will illuminate and brighten any living or dining room. Perfect for homes in pursuit of an upscale aesthetic.
Mid-Century Modern broadly describes architecture, furniture, and graphic design from 1950s and 1960s post-war America. Influenced by Scandinavian minimalism, MCM style features organic, quirky geometric and curvilinear shapes, as well as clean, sculptural lines, made from a mix of natural and manmade materials. Sleek and sculptural, this vintage Swiss chandelier is composed of an aluminum body painted in flat black. Handmade in the 1950s, this stunning light fixture boasts brass hardware and fi
Emblematic of the Dutch sensibility of earthy beauty, this minimal table lamp was crafted during the mid-20th century from ceramic with natural variations that create tremendous character. Patinated brass hardware adds to the heirloom quality of the impeccable piece.