Eva Lucille Bauer floral Still Life 1944 Sold P791

Recently Lovingly relined, Cleaned by one of Pasadena's best. Original frame. Unknown Artist But clearing another woman who knows how to paint. From the Unique way she shadows in the background to the realistic fold and reliefs this has a lot of wow decorator power. A matt Carlton Jade Green Bauer bowl works as a ...

Monterey Classic Drop Side Table in Old Wood SOLD F1011

Monterey Classic Side table . Still wearing its original Old Wood finish. Circa 1929. Early and Rare form rarely seen. Branded. Large enough to use as an occasional kitchen or side room piece. Could also be used as a kitchen table. We do have plenty of chairs. Unusual plank construction. The drop sides work much ...

Monterey Classic Branded Rope Seat Wing Chair F1010

This Classic Monterey must have has been professionally restored to an Old Wood and Red Monterey finish. Hemp rope has been used and New Leather cushions in a darker tone are on order. Branded and Piece still has its unusual Texture though out . This is a standout for any Rancho, Monterey and or Spanish ...

Mexican Dresser/Sideboard 1940s SOLD F1005

An exuberant knockout. Highly theatrical, almost Hollywood Regency in its éclat.  Capacious and solid but not in the least heavy or heavy-handed. We loved it on sight. Dresser/sideboard measures 55" long, 32" high and 21.5" deep. Price on request.

Coming Attractions Lobby Display Card 1949 SOLD AP428

From the Gem Theater, somewhere in Texas. Definitely from a second-tier theatre, one that played re-releases of "A" pictures from a few years back and first run "B" Pictures. Curiously, The Lone Star State is notable for having built a multitude of small movie houses and few if any "movie palaces". Which is not very ...

Folk Art Rocking Chair fashioned from Metal Farm-Horse Hames and Wrought Iron F1006

Folktacular piece! Witty and graceful at the same time. A rocker that truly rocks. And what is a hame you ask? A curved metal piece, one of a pair, laying on the collar of a horse harness taking the pull from the traces. The vanished America. Still who we are.  43h x 23w x 18d ...

“Step Out in Levis” Store Display Poster SOLD AP407

This vintage cartoon-style Levi's advertising poster, created by artist David Willardson, has a whimsical charm with an added bit of surprise in that the character's shoe pops off the page. 1970s. Poster measures 36'' x 24''. Price on request. THE INFORMAL HISTORY David Willardson is a Southern California boy, born and raised just down the road from Disneyland, ...

Colin Campbell Cooper- American Impressionist: Interior Scene – Oil On Canvas c. 1900 P790

"Cooper's work is most often discussed in the context of a particular place or movement--American Impressionism within New York, or Impressionism within California are most frequent. Also referenced is work by Cooper that falls within the American Orientalist movement. He is also referred to as an American painter who, sophisticated and well-trained and -travelled, throughout ...

Don Q Rum Promotional Toy Sailboat A667

Set sail in your imagination for tropical waters (an ocean of booze perhaps) on the SS Don Q Hurricane. A Mad Men era promotional classic. A more insouciant time, perhaps, as Dad sips his "Hurricane" * (see below) while Junior launches his. Price on request. Hurricane (cocktail) The hurricane is a sweet alcoholic drink made with rum and ...

David Swing Pueblo Dwelling Miniature Oil On Board with Rustic Frame and Stand c 1920-30 P789 SOLD

Absolutely exquisite little painting. Perfectly framed. And we can't in good conscience separate it from the third and final perfection of the rustic stand. Painting in its frame, 7" wide x 5" high, stand is 12" long and  6" wide.   SOLD About the Artist David Swing was one of Phoenix’s most prolific and best known artists in the 1920’s ...

Los Castillo-attributed Silver, Brass and Copper Rooster Pitcher A666

What a creature! Gorgeous, bold and graceful, with a real life to it. A tremendous personality to the characterization married to exquisite workmanship. No mark. Very Los Castillo to our eyes, given their specialty of "marrying" different metals. Certainly golden age of the Taxco silversmiths. Price on request.