Moorish Alabaster Dome Lamp L520

Is monumental too strong a word for this piece? We think not. Amazing statement here, in the Moorish style. Edge break on rear of the lamp. Measures 31″ high x 13″ dome diameter.

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Bauer Stock Vase B653

Stunning Bauer vase in jade green. 10″ high, 6.5″ diameter.

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Bauer Cobalt Oil Jar B652

Bauer: gorgeous cobalt oil jar. This one 18″ high. Small ding to back.

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Pima Handled Basket A714

Pima Native American (Arizona) basket with handles. Measures 13″ high x 13″ diameter.

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Art Deco Naked Lady Metal Bookends A713

A woman slumbers in the woods, up against a rock. And holds up your books! Metal, art deco. Bookends measure 7″ long x 5″ high x 7″ deep.

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Roseville Pottery Laurel Vase A712

Roseville Pottery “Laurel” large vase (1934) measures 9″ h x 6.5″ diameter. Perfect!

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Royal Haegar Leopard Figurines A711

Pair of Royal Haegar Leopard Figurines, art deco style. Standing leopard measures 10″ long x   12″ high, crouching leopard measures 12″ long x 8″ high, both just over 4″ deep.

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Starlight Furniture Deco Highboy F1081

A San Francisco gem from their old manufactory in the Mission, this divine Starlight dresser sports Bakelite and Bakelite and bronze handles. Glorious veneers, the merest of dings after all these years, born a star and still one.

45″ high, 37″ wide, 20″ deep. “Buy Right At Starlight.”

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Navajo Rug A710

Navajo Rug, great natural patina. 1920s-30s. Rug measures 34″w x 63″long.

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Navajo Rug A709

Navajo diamond rug, gorgeous colors, 1920s-30s. Measures 36″w x 66″ long.

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Spanish Revival-style Folk Art Sideboard F1080

One of a kind piece. California country sideboard from an Ojai cabin. Solid pine, extremely interesting backsplash with a “New Mexico” feel to the “comb.” Sideboard has all original hardware, spacious center area for platter storage and display, etc. It’s ready to use as is or to be refinished. Measures 54″w, 39″ to top of comb backsplash, 18″d.

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Monterey Dining Chairs, set of 6 F1079

Rare and really interesting, six Monterey transitional period (1931-33) dark smokey maple dining chairs. Two captain’s chairs and four side chairs. Need reupholstering – all awaiting your choice of seat covering! Chairs measure 36″h, 18″w and 17″d.

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Monterey Classic Dining Table F1078

Classic Monterey dining table, top refinished, all else is original, including the red crackle finish accent with the river of life design. Gorgeous. Table measures 61.5″w x 30″h x 39″d.

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Spanish Colonial Dining Trestle Table F1077

This table is simply stunning. Any and all superlatives deserved. 19th Century Spanish Colonial, refinished top. Could be a small dining table, a big kitchen table, a library table — let your imagination run with it. Table measures 71″w, 31″h, 32.5″d.

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Spanish Revival Console Table F1076

Beautiful Spanish Revival walnut console table with two drawers. Refinished top. Original drawer pulls have a great patina. Table measures 42″w x 32″h x 15.5″d.

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Del Rey Console Table F1076a

Fabulously crafted Monterey-style Del Rey console table. Solid mahogany. Absolutely glorious, deep rich brown refinished top. Table measures 48″w x 30″h x 20″d.

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Roger LaManna Pulp Cover “Tom Mix” P928

Roger LaManna illustration: Tom Mix saves a very surprised-looking lady on Main Street; she’s blonde, of course. Perhaps the girl at the saloon, perhaps just another reliable shopgirl, though one with a nice rack. Can’t help but love the “mix” of old west imagery with ’60s décolletage. Whatever happens, we know Tom will make sure they both live to see another cover.

Gouache on board, 13.5″w x 15.5″h with frame, image 8″w x 9.5″h

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Roger LaManna Pulp Cover “Old West Fight” P927

Roger LaManna illustration: Blond white man with ripped shirt vs. Native American with headband and tomahawk! In the background, our blonde bombshell (in her bikini top) cowers. Could it be more politically incorrect? Probably cover art. We love it. Very 1960s.

Gouache on board, 16.5″w x 19″h with frame, image 9″w x 11″h.

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Roger LaManna Jeff Chandler Pulp Cover “Apache Pass” P926

Striking depiction of prolific actor Jeff Chandler in one of his many Western roles, here likely as Cochise in “The Battle at Apache Pass” (1952). Mythic, in a cloud, his warriors following, all set against an orange sky, signaling what, exactly? Blood, perhaps; fire, maybe — or is it merely the color of the battle canyon wall?

Gouache on board. 13″w x 16″h with frame, image is 9″x x 12″h.

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Bio of the artist:

Born in 1924, Roger LaManna studied watercolor painting with Charles Giles at Florida Southern College. He continued his formal art training in New York at the Parsons School of Design, and the Art Students League. His painted watercolors for General Electric, Seagram 7, and Raytheon. His illustrations appeared as cover art for magazines including Sports Review, Screen Legends, Sound Stage, and Real Magazine. LaManna was an illustrator for Bantam Books and did motion picture illustrations for Warner Brothers. He was Professor of Drawing at Brandes Art Institute, and Otis Art Institute in Los Angeles.  –  adapted with information from lesli art/shevrinfinearts.com

Catalina Island Nine-Tile Table C292

Wow. A truly special table, 9 gorgeous Catalina tiles (geometric and field tiles) surrounded by an extremely rare pink terrazzo frame. This one dates from the early 30s, and used to reside at the Smoketree Ranch in Palm Springs. All resting on a great wrought iron base. Measures 23″ square x 25″ h.

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