Ninth Plate Oval Brown Union Case and maroon felt with Hand-tinted Tintype of Young Woman with geometric motif to case. Very clean case with no noted defects; typical wear and working clasp. Tintype is lightly hand-tinted with light rouge to cheeks and hands. Woman has classy long ringlets. Overall find condition. From the Paul Berg collection.
Provenance: Said to be found in 1910's in Olympia, Greece; Acquired in 1963 at Tsantilis Antiques & Fine Art since 1925, Athens Greece. Private Collection of A. Ruf thence by descent to current owner.\n\nThis statuette belongs to the well-known series of geometrically styled bronze horses, which are among the subtlest creations of Greek bronze artists of the 8th century B.C.. This was the age when art forms, whether graphic or plastic, were expressed by simplifying figures borrowed from geometry
A Persian carpet or rug is a heavy textile made for a wide variety of uses such as for the home, local sale, and export. Carpet weaving is an essential part of Persian culture and Iranian art. Persian rugs are known for their elaborate craftsmanship and intricate designs.
Ninth Plate Oval Brown Union Case and patterned maroon felt with Milk-glass portrait of middle-aged woman; geometric motif to case. Milk-glass portraits are somewhat scarce. Very clean case with no noted defects; typical wear and working clasp. Overall fine condition. From the Paul Berg collection.
Mountainside Art Pottery of Mountainside, New Jersey. The pottery was started by John Kovacs in 1929 and closed around 1941. Kovacs was an immigrant from Hungary who had been a member of the Rutgers University Ceramics Club while a student. The pottery made Artware vases, figurines and bowls and used both a red and a white clay. Here we have a huge 8 inch wide planter or bowl with a geometric pattern. Outstanding glaze treatment in a great blend of brown and purple on a red clay body. Perfect la
Ninth Plate Oval Brown Union Case and patterned maroon felt; geometric motif to case. Very clean case but shows chipping on inside rim of front case; working clasp. Overall very good condition. Empty daguerreotype case from A. P. Critchlow & Co. , dated 1856. From the Paul Berg collection.
original early 20th century american chicago prairie style leaded art glass salvaged chicago transom window designed and fabricated by hugo eberhardt of h. eberhardt & co., chicago, ills. the c. 1910-195 stained glass window contains a strongly geometric designed with a series of four repeating abstract floral motifs. the original painted wood sash frame is structurally sound and stable.
Philippe Genêt and Lucien Michon started their lighting design firm in 1919. Sleek and shapely, this eye-catching pair of French art deco wall sconces features molded geometric motifs and silvered bronze frames. Clear and frosted glass slip shades give these sculptural sconces a sophisticated finish.
Pre-Columbian Chupicuaro olla, having a linear and diamond design\n\nTime period: 400 BC - 100 BC\n\nDimensions: 11 cm diameter - 7,5 cm high\nCondition: very good, with some very minor paint wear and surface deposits\n\nProvenance: USA auctionhouse\nSee picture from the auction catalogue\nGuaranteed authentic\n Ethnographic & Tribal Art---