A pair of bronze wolfhound bookends, secured to green alabaster bases. A layer of felt comes attached to protect the surface. Perfect accessory for any library! This set is amongst hundreds of pieces of decor that are available at our showroom in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.
Handsome steel and aluminum construction, a converted 60 watt spotlight by Altspot. This spotlight, used for theater productions, school plays, and more is easily mobile and comes with a it's own rolling stand. Six built in color gels function with their own external lever. A great addition to any movie or industrial themed room, the pan and tilt adjustment makes this spotlight a unique floor lamp adaptable for any lighting needs. This lamp is amongst hundreds of pieces of lighting that are available at our showroom in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.
A rare piece from Nicodemus Pottery, this small duck circa 1950 has a unique robin’s egg blue glossy glaze with black eyes and neutral beak. Bits of the rust colored clay peeks through the light blue glaze for a handcrafted look. Signed and stickered on bottom. About the Artist: Chester Nicodemus (1901-1990) was a Columbus, Ohio potter, sculptor, and teacher known for his small clay birds, as well as other wildlife, teapots and pitchers. His pieces are recognizable as being produced with variously colored translucent glazes, which enhanced the redness of the high iron content of Ohio clay to create a russet brown undertone. Nicodemus earned a degree from Cleveland Art School and then went on to teach at Dayton Art School and Wittenberg College. In 1932, he became dean at the Columbus College of Art and Design and later taught at Ohio State University and served as president of the Columbus Art League. All of Nicodemus‘ molds and glazes were destroyed upon his death at his request. This duck is amongst hundreds of pieces of ceramics that are available at our showroom in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.
Antique French Comtoise clock was made in the mid to late 1800s. Comtoise clocks were produced in a collaborative effort by several small villages in the Jura Mountains, located in the Comte region of France. These craftsmen, typically bearing different occupations in warmer months, would work on various components. These villagers would then come together to gather all of the necessary components to be assembled by the engreneur (gear man) and rhabilleur (motion man). This particular long-case clock has a wooden cabinet with hand carved details. The white face is decorated with black Roman numerals and fancy hands, surrounded by a brass repousse frame with a fruit basket crest. This clock is amongst hundreds of antiques that are available at our showroom in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.
Circa 1952, an excellently restored Wayne 80 model gas pump, makes a perfect den item. With original Blue Sunoco 200 grade plates, this refurbished pump offers a fully functional wired light, providing further use than just proud decoration. The 24B Gates fuel pump comes attached with removeable vintage Dover OPW 1A gas pump handle and nozzle for further authenticity. Produced by The Wayne Pump Company, in Salisbury, Maryland, this Model 80 series 1 T pump has an attached serial number of 106372. This refurbished gas pump is one of hundreds of pieces of eclectics that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.
This actual human skull was a medical instrument used for education at a collegiate medical school. The skull has been outfitted for educational purposes with hook clasps and spring connections, as well departmental labeling. This skull includes three human vertebrae for additional educational context. A rare and eclectic opportunity!
This skull is one of hundreds of curiosities that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection
From the early 1900s, this antique Weber Costello globe has a lovely patina from age in the globe and the mahogany frame. The globe is mounted in a fixed metal axis, freely spinning horizontally.The three-star pedestal base has an urn column, reeded legs, and brass capped feet.
This globe is just one of hundreds of pieces of decor that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.
Pair of Art Deco candle holders, circa 1930, have great geometric style with rounded lines throughout. A bright chrome finish throughout the two dual holders adds to the sleek Art Deco style. Signed Chase under bobeche. This pair is just one of hundreds of pieces of decor that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.
Vintage HANS HANSEN 144 Piece Arvesølv Sterling Silver Flatware Set by KARL GUSTAV HANSEN(1914-2002)
Produced by Hans Hansen, and designed by Karl Gustav Hansen(1914-2002), the company namesake's son, a 144 piece collection of the Arvesølv Ripple flatware set. Designed by the influential Danish silversmith, this flatware set is a testament to Hansen's influence on modern Scandinavian design. Each item is hallmarked, with light blemishes from use. This set includes the follow : 1 Iced tea spoon 1 Dressing Ladle 1 Large Serving Spoon 1 Solid Serving Fork 1 Cake Knife 2 Solid Serving Spoons 4 Salt Spoons 12 Demilasse Spoons 12 Luncheon Knives 12 Salad forks 12 Cocktail Forks 12 Dinner Knives 12 Dinner Forks 12 Butter Spreaders 12 Cirtus Spoons 12 Desert Forks 12 Soup Spoons 13 Small Teaspoons This sterling flatware set is just one of hundreds of pieces of serving ware that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection
Made in England circa 1930, this vintage Moorcroft Pottery vase has a warm flambe glaze with a modernized grape and leaf motif decorating the body. Rich fall tones of red and orange are accented with fresh green. Signed on base.
This vase is just one of hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection
Rare glass flycatcher bird by Oiva Toikka from Nuutajärvi, Finland has a warm red hue and a deep red beak. Signed at base. About the Artist: Oiva Toikka has been an icon in Finnish design, especially when it comes to glassmaking. Richly infusing tradition with modernity, Toikka has channeled his passion for art glass into making over 400 varieties of mouth-blown birds over the past forty years. These whimsical, lighthearted birds are sought after by collectors on an international level. This bird is just one of hundreds of pieces of art glass that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.