Old Hickory Mission Inn Lamp Table F950

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A unique piece of early Old Hickory Furniture perfect for that corner in your cabin. Generally solid and could use a new surface on its top. The patina and general wear on the piece underlines its homespun, frontier quality. Bought at auction. Said to have been owned by an old docent who volunteered at the ...

Wrought Iron Dragon Candlesticks Pair A515

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These candlesticks are done in the manner of Samuel Yellin. Yellin's influence on ironwork in the United States continues to this day. His work is generally acknowledged to be unsurpassed, perhaps never even equalled. Certainly many talented blacksmiths were inspired by his designs, such as the unknown artisan who produced these beguiling dragon candlesticks. Whimsical, humorous ...

Hester Maitland Radford Arts and Crafts Landscape Screen SOLD P590

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This small painted landscape screen is one of the most beautiful things we have ever had in the store, front and back. It is signed by Hester Maitland Radford(1887-?). What we find in the record about her is that she was the daughter of two distinguished figures of the Fabian and William Morris circles in ...

Roycroft Arts & Crafts Hammered Copper Bookends SOLD Mi020

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Beautiful pair of hand hammered copper bookends made by the Roycroft workshop and embodying its spirit. Roycroft was a reformist community of craft workers and artists which formed part of the Arts and Crafts movement in the USA. Elbert Hubbard founded the community in 1895 in the village of East Aurora, Erie County, New York, near ...

Old Mission Kopper-Kraft Arts & Crafts Bookends MI083

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In hammered copper and bearing the familiar Kopper-Kraft logo design, this pair of book-ends exemplifies the late flowering of the American Arts & Crafts movement. Old Mission Kopper-Kraft was a San Francisco company that flourished at the beginning of the 20th century, and the products of its workshop are eagerly sought after by collectors of ...

Apollo Studios Brass Arts & Crafts Tray MI039

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Apollo Studios Brass Arts & Crafts Tray 4"x10". Apollo Studios, New York, created jewelry and objets in the nouveau, arts and crafts and deco styles. This company was a contemporary of Tiffany Studios. The output of both companies was competed in the same stores in NYC in 1900-1938. Price on request.