A classic, it really doesn’t get any better than this for Monterey. A gorgeous piece, old wood, all original decoration, leather top, brand. Measures 63w x 38.5h x 20d. Simply perfect.
Amazing and untouched condition. Porcelain enamel sign measures 36w x 60h. Colors of best friends Fido and Taffy are vivid and just like when made.
Price on request.
Large wall plate of King Henry IV, copper, from 18th Century France. Inscribed “Henri IV” on one side, “Roi de Fr. & N” on the other. 38″ diameter. Hook on back for hanging.
Henry of Navarre (1553-1610, who would rule France as King Henry IV) was the victor at the end of one of the bloodiest episodes in French history. As a general, Henry of Navarre, a Protestant, fought against Catholic and royal forces before later converting to Catholicism to take the throne in 1594. As king, he undertook a number of measures to unify the French government, including the Edict of Nantes in 1598. These laws allowed a degree of religious toleration for Protestants in France. Henry IV was one of the first monarchs to elevate national unity above religion in terms of importance for a ruler.
Deep blue with white lettering, all uppercase. Simple, direct. just like we want our parcels to be. 18 x 24, with hanging hardware. See photos, some enamel worn.
Price on request.
A find handcrafted piece of wonder in a Spanish Revival wrought iron arm chair. 22w x 21d x 38h.
Small and perfect, as these tables always are. Has island base. Simple flower design. 17h x 17d (hexagonal).
So elegant and in outstanding condition. Very rare style of Oscar Bach lamp. 48″ high, 13″ base. Glass shade is 9″ long.
Taylor Tile made into a patio table! A real stunner. Wrought iron base. It’s going to be summer before you know it; this is perfect, yes? Table is 40d x 30h.
Monumental is correct. This pair is a stunning shade of turquoise-blue. 24″ high x 24″ diameter, each. With saucers.
We get a lot of requests for coffee tables – so here’s a very special one. Beautiful old reclaimed wood, crafted with no nails. From Mexico. 40d x 53w x 19h.
Lustrous and beautiful, a Spanish Colonial sofa table from the 18th Century. Amazing in every way. 48w x 24d x 30h.
Apri of glorious highjack chairs, Spanish Colonial period, imposing and impressive. Chairs are 55h x 25w x 19d.
This one’s a beauty. And rare – A Catalina Oil Jar, Seafoam Green Glaze. Chip to base, please see photos. Otherwise no chips, cracks or repairs. 18″h, 12″diameter.
Fabulous art deco mirrored sign “The Acadia,” possibly from an apartment building? We’re not sure. Wherever it’s from, it’s incredible. Also has hanging hardware. Scalloped glass edge, 22″w x 6″h.
We can call this style Byzantine. It is that intricate and gorgeous.
29″ tall, 16″ across.
Exquisite. Paned glass. A really lovely creation. 22″ tall, 14″ wide , 6″ deep 9″ chain. These were once a common entry light to a grand home in places like Montecito and Santa Barbara. Original multipane brass welding wired and ready to use. Upper crown is hand-forged tin circa 1922-26, there is an exact original hanging in the entrance of the mission church in Montecito.
Super cool design. 18″ High x 22″ Across, 18″ Chain. Nothing fussy about it, but plenty exuberant.
Very handsome design. Strong. Gorgeous craftsmanship.
20″ high x 18″ across x 13″ chain.
A fascinating little piece, this one.
Doesn’t get more cowboy than this. Except of course if you’re using a wagon wheel (we have a couple of those on hand too, generally). It’s great lighting, and aerial sculpture too. Handmade, folk art. A fabulous piece.
14″ high, 44″ wide, 8″ chain.
Copper predominates in this swell little charmer. Breakfast nook ready. Or featured in that cabin getaway.
16″ tall (with chain 19″), 16″ diameter.
Very graceful design. 21″ high, 32″ across, 18″ chain.
An Arts and Crafts winner. Utterly unusual too.
32″ high, 14″ x 14″ wide and deep, 24″ chain.
A noble creation, and one that casts a gorgeous light.
22″ high, 20″ diameter.
Pale amber glass is the mellowing medium. Lovely design.
14″ tall, 13″ across, chain 20″.