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Vintage WILLIAMS KIMP Mahogany Sideboard Circa 1950s

$995.00
Circa the 1950s, this vintage sideboard by Williams Kimp is made from mahogany with bookmatched fronts. Four dovetailed drawers are located at the center of the piece, flanked by a small drawer above a single cabinet. Antiqued brass swing pulls have oval escutcheons.  Matching dining set and breakfront available, sold separately.  This sideboard is amongst hundreds of pieces of furniture that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

Vintage WILLIAMS KIMP Mahogany Breakfront Circa 1950s

$1,295.00
Circa the 1950s, this vintage breakfront by Williams Kimp is made from mahogany with flamed, bookmatched  fronts and inlaid details. Three display cabinets have mullioned glass doors and each contain three adjustable shelves. Four wide dovetailed drawers are central to the lower segment, with a small drawer and cabinet on each side. Antiqued brass swing pulls have oval escutcheons.  Matching dining set and sideboard available, sold separately.  This breakfront is amongst hundreds of pieces of furniture that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

Vintage WILLIAMS KIMP Mahogany Double Pedestal Dining Set with 8 Chairs, Pads, and Leaves

$1,295.00
Circa the 1950s, this vintage dining set by Williams Kimp includes a double pedestal dining table, two host chairs, 6 guest chairs, pads, and three leaves. The table has a rectangular top with rounded corners and inlaid trim around the edge. Dual pedestals have three splayed legs each, ending in paw feet. Two host chairs and six guest chairs have traditional backs with pierced detail above upholstered seats with a light gold and ivory pattern. The silky sheen of the upholstery complements the dark mahogany wood. An H-stretcher and a back stretcher add stability and longevity. This dining set includes three leaves for extension, and pads for protection.  Matching breakfront and sideboard available, sold separately.  This dining set is amongst hundreds of pieces of furniture that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

Pair of Blue and White Asian Urn Style Lamps

$395.00

A pair of urn lamps embellished with a stately Asian style sculpted floral pattern. The body of the lamp is finished with an aged white value with ornamental navy floral accents. Classic empire lampshade is held securely in place by antiqued brass fittings. The base of the lamp is resolved with a black stone marble finish.

These lamps are just one of hundreds of pieces of lighting that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.


White Vinyl Outdoor Wicker Style Sofa With Tropical Print Seat Cushions

$495.00

A vinyl wicker-style sofa with tropical print seat cushions is perfect for the outdoors or four seasons room. White wicker weaves over a durable frame with varying patterning. Seat cushions have a tropical print pattern of florals on greige hues.

Rocking chair, armchair, loveseat, end table, and coffee table also available, each sold separately.

This sofa is just one of hundreds of pieces of furniture that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.

Vintage Diamond and Ruby Pendant Necklace in 14 Karat Gold

$1,150.00
Cast in 14kt yellow gold, a vintage pendant necklace, featuring diamonds and rubies, was made in the time between 1930 and 1940. One large round cut diamond, surface prong set and center, has SI clarity and I color, with a weight of 0.40ct. Additional six small diamonds have an accumulated weight of 0.15ct. Prong set along the pendant, twelve small round rubies of light magenta tone, add a delicate yet vibrant accent to the pendant. A spring ring clasp keeps the chain secured. This necklace is just one of hundreds of pieces of jewelry that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

Vintage Pair of Metal Blue and Red Table Lamps

$495.00
Vintage pair of metal table lamps are painted deep sapphire blue with vibrant red accents. Vase style bodies have ornate, volute style arms and are mounted to tiered, footed bases. Metal drum shades with a mild taper have a perforated metal diffuser, finished in white. A brass crossbar with arrow tail finial complete this lamps.  This pair is amongst hundreds of pieces of lighting that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

HARRY UNDERWOOD Original Mixed Media on Board – Signed

$995.00

Original mixed media painting on board by American outsider artist Harry Underwood (1968-). Painted with house paint and lettered with no. 2 pencils, Underwood delivers a scene from the “Ardmore Sweets”. This surrealistic family vacation has a female figure hula hooping in the foreground, next to a seated male figure. A sprinkler is going off next to the blackened pool while the hotel looms ominously in the background. Poetry embellishes the sky, creating a truly dreamlike scene for the viewer. The text reads:

"I can imagine this sky filled with cloudy symbols of high romance and an atmosphere of impulsive wishes and rewards. All of the time!"

Framed in black and signed by the artist.

This painting 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.

Modern Round Two Tier Glass End Table

$395.00

This modern round two-tier glass end table brings space-age design to any living room. Features to round pieces of thick glass, balanced on rubber ball supports. Metal supports in off-white separate the two panes and lead down to multi-tier feet. An eclectic yet sturdy design.

This table is just one of hundreds of pieces of furniture that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.

ROCKWELL KENT (1882-1971) ‘Flame’ Original Woodcut

$650.00

An original woodcut print from American artist Rockwell Kent (1882-1971) titled “The Bather’ from a 1937 American Block Print Calendar with documentation of the calendar on the back of frame. Each illustration by a notable artist was printed separately so that it could be framed. Image features a heroic figure in the foreground against a large, stark white flame, mountains in the distance. This piece is a prime example of Kent’s recurring theme and interest in mysticism.

About the Artist: Rockwell Kent (1882-1971) was born in Tarrytown, New York and was interested in art from a young age. His family’s financial standings prevented him from pursuing a career in fine arts and consequently, he completed a Bachelor of Arts in architecture at Columbia University. While primarily focusing on scenes of nature, Kent’s figurative works often contain mystical themes such as heroism and isolation. Around 1920, Kent began making woodcuts, establishing himself as one of the most prominent early American Modernists. Kent eventually left the New York art world, his time spent more on progressive political causes such as worker’s rights and preventing the spread of fascism in Europe. Later in his life, Kent found new popularity in the Soviet Union and in 1960, he donated 880 prints, drawings, and paintings to the people of the Soviet Union. Kent died of a heart attack in 1971 and was buried at Asgard, his farm in New York.

This woodcut 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.

ROCKWELL KENT (1882-1971) ‘The Bather’ Original Woodcut

$650.00

An original woodcut print from American artist Rockwell Kent (1882-1971) titled “The Bather’ from a 1937 American Block Print Calendar with documentation of the calendar on the back of frame. Each illustration by a notable artist was printed separately so that it could be framed. Features a bather perched on rocks with a dark sky overhead and a sailboat in the distance. Archival quality framed in black.

About the Artist: Rockwell Kent (1882-1971) was born in Tarrytown, New York and was interested in art from a young age. His family’s financial standings prevented him from pursuing a career in fine arts and consequently, he completed a Bachelor of Arts in architecture at Columbia University. While primarily focusing on scenes of nature, Kent’s figurative works often contain mystical themes such as heroism and isolation. Around 1920, Kent began making woodcuts, establishing himself as one of the most prominent early American Modernists. Kent eventually left the New York art world, his time spent more on progressive political causes such as worker’s rights and preventing the spread of fascism in Europe. Later in his life, Kent found new popularity in the Soviet Union and in 1960, he donated 880 prints, drawings, and paintings to the people of the Soviet Union. Kent died of a heart attack in 1971 and was buried at Asgard, his farm in New York.

This woodcut 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.

PAUL JASMIN Signed and Numbered Lithograph of Cowboy Boots

$495.00

A lithograph by American artist Paul Jasmin (1935-) circa 1979. Bold black cowboy boots become the focal point of the image, accentuated by mulberry highlights on the dusty foreground and boot pattern. Jasmin worked as an actor and illustrator before finally settling into photography. This lithograph exhibits what made Jasmin such a desirable artist for brands like Nautica and Mr. Porter. Matted in black canvas and framed by an acrylic case. Signed and numbered at the bottom.

This lithograph 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.