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ALI HANSEN “Fire and Ice” Mixed Media on Paper

$158.00
“Fire and Ice” mixed media on paper by Ali Hansen is abstracted with an intangible composition of dark, neutral tones. White speckles across the dark field at the top of the piece evoke a starry night sky above a linear, geometric shape. Framed in black, information tags on reverse. Numbered 3/79. This mixed media is amongst hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our showroom in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

Antiqued Brass Finish Chandelier with Gold Shimmer Shade

$158.00
Contemporary six arm chandelier has a metal frame finished in antiqued brass. Flat bobeches beneath metal faux candle tubes are decorated with smooth crystal pendalogues, with additional crystals hanging from the curved arms. A crystal collar sits above the gold shimmer drum shade.  This chandelier is amongst hundreds of pieces of lighting that are available at our showroom in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

4’8”x 6’ Hand Woven Wool Rug

SOLD
Hand woven wool rug has a ruby red field with a decorative medallion and ivory corners, all surrounded by a deep, dark navy blue border. Details of pink, gold, green, grey, and blue festively decorate the rug. This rug is amongst hundreds of pieces of decor that are available at our showroom in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

9’2”x 12’ Hand Woven Mashad Design Wool Rug

$1,000.00
Hand woven Mashad design wool rug has a brick red field with an ivory border and details of green and gold throughout. Classic foliate styling with a large scale creates a timeless appeal. White fringe trims the shorter ends.  This rug is amongst hundreds of pieces of decor that are available at our showroom in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

Vintage Pair of Verdigris Finish Metal Lamps with Brass Bands

$238.00
Pair of vintage table lamps have shapely metal bodies with a verdigris finish. Thick embossed brass bands decorate the bodies. The single bulb is surrounded by an ivory waffle shade.  This pair is amongst hundreds of pieces of lighting that are available at our showroom in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

KARGES Louis XV Breakfront in Brunett Walnut

$1,998.00
Louis XV style breakfront by Karges is impressively sized and styled with a large arched crest decorated with a central flourish. Four doors have beveled glass panels and ornate brass pulls. The interior has a diamond patterned back with gold floral-inspired centers. Integrated lights shine through three adjustable glass shelves within the three cabinet spaces. Dual doors beneath the center cabinet have a wide drawer within, outfitted with a lined silverware organizer. Single cabinets each contain a single adjustable shelf. Applied carvings and scroll feet ornament the lower segment. This breakfront china cabinet is finished in brunett walnut.  This breakfront is amongst hundreds of pieces of furniture that are available at our showroom in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

8.5’x11’ Hand Knotted TUFENKIAN Tibetan Wool Rug

$1,800.00
Traditionally crafted and modernly styled, this hand knotted Tibetan wool rug by Tufenkian has a neutral palette with a spectrum of gold, green, and brown. Striated colors add dimension without distracting patterning. This rug is made with thoughtful manufacturing practices with sustainability in mind.  About the Manufacturer: Taken from label on the underside of rug: “Tufenkian Tibetan Carpets are hand knotted in the unique Tibetan loop-sennex style, using the most luxurious and textured yarn in the world, crafted from 100% unbleached, treated highland wool, carded, spun and dyed by hand. These remarkable carpets are then sent to Europe for the finest available washing and finishing before distribution to a select group of discriminating dealers located throughout the world. Tufenkian controls all of its production facilities, and is committed to the proposition that all aspects of its production shall be performed in environmentally-friendly and child-labor free conditions.” This rug is amongst hundreds of pieces of decor that are available at our showroom in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

Vintage HEKMAN Chinoiserie Three Drawer Chest

$398.00
Vintage three drawer chest by Hekman has an adaptable size and useful function, with quality craftsmanship that Hekman is known for. A black finish is decorated with gold chinoiserie details, completely with stylized brass swing pulls. Column details on either side of the drawers have gold collars and fluting. Tiered trim along the top and above stylized feet complete the elegant look of this chest.   This chest is amongst hundreds of pieces of furniture that are available at our showroom in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.

MARCO “Intertwined Couple Eating Grapes” Original Acrylic on Canvas Circa 1998

$2,000.00
“Intertwined Couple Eating Grapes” circa 1998 by Marco depicts a male and female figure in blue eating grapes. Despite using two different shades of blue, these intertwined figures appear to become one. A contrasting orange background helps these bold figures really pop in this original acrylic on canvas.
About the Artist:
Marc Tetro, also known as Marco, was born in rural Canada and studied art at LaSalle College in Montreal, Quebec. He started his career by creating t-shirts. His recognizable style has earned him a multitude of high-profile commissions such as the The World Wildlife Fund and Yellowstone National Park. He has worked for goliath institutions such as Scholastic ,NBCMacy’s, the Guggenheim Museum, and Disney. In fact, The Walt Disney Company selected to represent Tetro as his licensing agent, and he was the first living artist to ever receive this invitation. Marco is best known for his cartoon-style dogs with strong black lines and bold use of color.
This painting is one of hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.

AL HIRSCHFELD “Sukeroku” Lithograph from The Kabuki Series #144/275

$795.00
Stunning lithograph from Al Hirschfeld (1903-2003) depicting Kabuki performer with large parasol. “Sukeroku” was published in 1976 by Goodstadt. Hirschfeld was heavily influenced by Kabuki theater and Japanese woodblock prints, and was invited to Tokyo by a Japanese foundation. After this trip he created twelve prints, which was the birth of “The Kabuki Series”. About the Artist: Albert "Al" Hirschfeld (1903 –2003) was born in St. Louis, Missouri, later moving with his family to New York City to study at the Art Students League of New York. In 1924 Hirschfeld traveled to Paris and London to study painting, drawing and sculpture. Upon his return to the States a friend and Broadway press agent showed one of his drawings to an editor at the New York Herald Tribune. He received commissions from them, and later, The New York Times. Hirschfeld is best known as a caricaturist who created black and white portraits of celebrities and Broadway stars