Pair of Carved Wood Columns F1299

Pair of sculpted, ornately carved wood columns topped by plaster capitals. Many uses, your creativity the limit! Columns are 51″ high, capitals 12″ square.

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Pair of Marble Stands or End Tables F1298

Pair of marble stands which could also be used as end tables. Your choice! Tops are 19.5 diameter (were covered in felt). Pedestals are 28″ high.

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African Wooden Market God Sculpture A926

African Wooden Market God Sculpture. From the Igbo Culture of Nigeria. Anatomically correct, substantial! 44″ high x 9. Part of the Bowers Museum Collection.

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African Wood Tray A925

African Nigerian Ifa divination tray. Wood. Square with geometric edge decoration. Face on top edge in center. Part of the Bowers Museum Collection. 10 x 14.5.

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African Wood Tray A924

African Nigerian Ifa divination tray. Carved wood with a face in the center top. Other elements geometric. Part of the Bowers Museum collection. 9.75 x 12.5.

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African Wood Sculpture Igbo A923

African wooden sculpture from the Igbo culture of Nigeria. Pre-war. Figure is associated with the culture of the and and carries a sword in one hand. Elaborate headdress! Part of the Bowers Museum collection. 24 x 6.5″.

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African Wood Sculpture Mumuye A922

African wood sculpture from the Mumuye culture of Nigeria. Old hardwood with fine patina. Pre-war. 19″ high. Part of the Bowers Museum collection.

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African Wood Mask A921

African wooden mask, this one green lips and four pairs of teeth. Square eye holes. 13.25 x 8.25. Part of the Bowers Museum collection.

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African Igbo Helmet Mask A919

African Helmet Mask from the Igbo culture of Nigeria. Wood. Four faced helmet; two faces are dark red/brown with scarification at eyes and forehead; mouths on all four are painted orange. Two other faces are white with black scarification marks on cheeks and forehead. Portion of mask above faces painted red and green, superstructure oval shaped with mirror inserts. Pre-war. Overall 18.25 x 8.

 

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African Helmet Mask from Zaire A918

Amazing piece. Pre-war Wood Helmet Mask from Zaire with cowry shell pieces (eyes). Overall dimension 14″. Part of the collection from the Bowers Museum.

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19th Century Mexican Side Chair F1297

Glorious! 19th Century wood Mexican side chair with woven leather seat (replacement) and three wavy back slats. Carved round decorative feature on back. Chair measures 45.5. x 20.5 x 18.5. Part of the collection from the Bowers Museum.

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Late 16th Century Hispano-Moresque Armchairs F1296

Pair of stunning Hispano-Moresque Armchairs, leather and wood, weathered brass studs. Late 16th century, splendid craftsmanship. Part of the collection from the Bowers Museum. Chairs measure 44.5 x 25.5 x 23.5 each.

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Lewis Ramsey: Cowboy Pulp Cover Painting P1173

Striking Cowboy Pulp Cover attributed to artist Lewis Ramsey. Oil on Canvas, image 24 x 25, with frame 30.5 x 31.5.

 

Lewis A. Ramsey was born in Bridgeport, Illinois in 1875. He was a portraitist and landscapist. He died in southern California in 1941.

John Hafen was Ramsey’s first art teacher. In 1892, he began study at the Art Institute of Chicago. He then trained in Boston and New York  and took lessons from Douglas Volk, who was a student of John Singer Sargent. He also studied at the Académie Julian.

Beginning in 1918 he worked on murals at temples for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Hawaii. Examples of his work are Portrait of Grandfather, Thomas Steed (1905) and Grand Canyon (1929).

Biography adapted from the Springville Museum of Art.

Monterey Side Table, Fiesta Yellow F1293

Glorious Monterey side table in fiesta yellow, floral decor and the signature wrought iron accents. From era 1934-37. 28.5h x 14w x 13d.

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Monterey Spice Rack F1292

And here you have it, the perfect Monterey Spice Rack for that kitchen that has almost everything. It’s what’s been missing. Perfect floral decoration. 34h x 18.5w x 6″d.

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Guatemalan Gabriel M789

The Angel Gabriel, Guatemalan version. Lustrous. Carved and painted wood, tin wings. 23h x 15x w 8 diameter base.

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Ocumicho Double Diablito M788

Double your devils. Spotted diablito performing some sort of nefarious procedure on the other one. 13″h x 7″diameter base. C. 1944-46.

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Ocumicho Nativity Scene M786

Ocumicho version of a Nativity Scene. Wild and special! This one from the 1970s. 10w x 9″h.

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Navajo Saddle Blanket, Germantown Dazzler A915

A real beauty, this one from 1899. Navajo Germantown saddle blanket dazzler, 28 x 42. Minor bleed. see photos.

 

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Monterey Table Lamp c. 1936 L552

Wow, one gorgeous yellow and orange Monterey hurricane lamp, circa 1936. Crackle finish. Interesting hemp rope detail, Lagoy reproduction shade. 20″high x 8″ diameter at base.

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Cowboy Painting by Gantt 1941 P1172

Fantastic work. Alive and deeply original. By a friend and colleague of Thomas Hart Benton.  Like him, thinking and painting independent. It’s a lonely road and a hard row to hoe, but nothing is more American.

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