Spanish Colonial Catalonian 17th Century Presentation Chest F1073

F1073-85

Beautifully carved Catalonian chest in black walnut, it becomes even more spectacular when opened, the interior side of the lid has the most beautiful carvings of all. A balance of simplicity and decoration lends it a somber richness without sacrificing the essential austerity of the style. 23" deep, 58" wide, 26 3/4 high. Price on request.

Deco Lily of the Valley Etched Mirrored Boudoir Radio A334

A334-57

A delicious little number, missing perhaps only one decorative screw, that would have fit right into one of those thirties dream bedrooms, or at least have conjured up the fantasy of of one for the lady of the house when she retired to cream her face and brush her hair and listen to Russ Columbo. 8.5" ...

Mexican Poncherias (pair) M663

M663-56

Have to be experienced to be believed! Pair of Mexican poncherias, each with six punch cups with their own spikey lids. Made to look like a pineapple on steroids! 1960s. Probably Hilario Alejos Madrigal. Each measures 32"high and 24" diameter. One of Mexico's most respected contemporary folk artists, Hilario Alejos Madrigal and his wife live and ...

“Old California” Pillows A704

A704-14

Colorful, spectacular, makes you want to move to the Golden State! Oh,wait, we're already here. But we still want these gorgeous pillows. Outstanding specimens, flawless. (also see A703) From the period 1915 - 1930. Price on request.

“Old California” Pillows A703

A703-09

Colorful, spectacular, makes you want to move to the Golden State! Oh,wait, we're already here. But we still want these gorgeous pillows. Outstanding specimens, flawless. (also see A704) From the period 1915 - 1930, the leather pillow probably from about 1910. Price on request.

Arthur Smith, “The Fight” P922

P922-34

Fighters in the ring, a victor apparent. . . meanwhile the ghostly audience stares, seemingly immovable. Oil on board, image 19w x 24h, with frame 24w x 30h. Illustrator Arthur Smith is known for his boxing series, baseball series, and nudes. While in San Francisco in 1934, Smith was an employee of Public Works of Art ...