E.F. Chapman Mid-Century Modern brass night lamp approximately 20 ½” tall. Price: $390.
Russian heavy copper vase made in Tula. From the Arts & Crafts era and an unusual shape. Price: $180
Frankoma pottery (Oklahoma), Art Deco style, mirror black glaze, ringed ball vase, #500, approximately 2 3/4” tall by 3” diameter. Price: $70.
Old Art Deco style wood & metal bangle, hinged. Price: $46
Old Art Deco style ceramic salt & pepper, trees design in a luster glaze, 6” tall, marked “Made in Japan.” Price: $40
Antique bank, 1st National Bank, Kewanee, Illinois. No key. Price: $44
Japanese ceramic figure, 7” tall, marked “Made in Japan” on bottom plus cypher and “JAPAN” on side. Price: $40
Zsolnay pottery vase. Iridescent crackle glaze, 5” tall, marked. A few glaze flakes. Price: $250
Metal grille tabouret, hexagon shape, approximately 16” tall by 18 ½” wide. Price: $95
Gzhel (Russia) porcelain figurine of a boy 1930s. Price: $250
Agnes Bankier Harvey, Art Nouveau brass candle sconce repousse decorated with the profile of a girl amidst poppies. Harvey was a “Glasgow Girl” artist. Approximately 12” tall by 4 7/8” wide by 3 ¾” deep. Marked “J & Co. Brass,” Glasgow, Scotland, circa 1910. Price: $225
Gzhel (Russia) porcelain ram figurine. Price: $275
Soviet sports trophy for snorkeling. Price: $80
1950s lorgnette with rhinestones. Price: $40
Order Of Franz Joseph badge (Austria). Price: $410
Tilgman’s ceramic vase circa 1960s, design attributed to Siv Jakobsson, 11.8 inches tall by 3.4 inches diameter. Tilgman’s was in operation from 1948 until 1975 in Gothenburg, Sweden. Price: $200
Marianne Starck, Mid-Century Modern vintage geometric design, lamp created for Michael Andersen & Sons (Denmark), “Negro” series, circa 1950s. The base was first slip cast and then finished and carved by hand. You can see the carve marks in the black clay. The base is approximately 7.25” tall; with fittings and shade approximately 13.5” tall. Marked with the Michael Andersen & Sons logo and “5637-1, II. Price: $420
Pia Rönndahl's vase with a widening shape, glossy white glaze, and a blue/silver geometric decoration. It was hand decorated. The vase was crafted in 1988 in the famous Gustavsberg studio.
Artist Pia Rönndahl; Year 1988; Maker Gustavsberg, original production; Material Stoneware; Condition Very good vintage condition without any chips or cracks; Height: 8.3 in, Width: 7.9 in Depth: 3.5 in. Price: $190
Keystone stereo viewer with stereo cards. Approximately 90 stereo cards. Price: $120 for set
Ingrid Atterberg vase with a cylinder shape and geometrical relief pattern. It was decorated by hand. Atterberg designed the vase in 1958 as part of the Pronto series.
Artist Ingrid Atterberg; Series Pronto; Year 1958; Maker Upsala-Ekeby, original production; Material Earthenware; Condition Very good vintage condition without any chips or cracks; Height: 7.1 in, Diameter: 3.1 in, Marked Upsala-Ekeby, Abg (Ingrid Atterberg). Price: $210