Mid Century Wrought Iron Savonarola Style Chair
Striking mid century black wrought iron Savonarola style accent chair. Beautiful shape with sphere finials, twisted details and x shaped legs with flower detail. Can be used in or outdoors as is or have a custom cushion made for it. Every inch of this chair is perfection.
34" tall x 25" wide x 17.5" deep. 16" seat height.
Excellent, as found, vintage condition with light patina.
Please note this chair cannot be shipped. Local delivery only - delivery options available at check out.
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Neoclassical Style Large Candle Sticks
These extra large black and gold neoclassical style candle stick holders are beyond fabulous!! 21" tall and very heavy, this pair is a piece of art. They are striking and contrast beautifully. When you add lit tapers to them, they are even more enchanting.
Excellent vintage condition. Very heavy.
KATHRYN ANDERSON DESIGNS
White Faux Bamboo Shelf
We have 2 of these great large and deep faux bamboo shelving unit. Can be used as a console tables, night stands, or as storage. They can also be stacked to make one tall bookshelf. The middle shelf sits on pegs, so the height can be adjusted.
36" x 29" x 18.5"
Sold in as found vintage condition. Please refer to photos to see condition.
Priced at $225.00 each - 2 available. If you would like both, please make the quantity 2 in your shopping cart and the proceed to checkout.
These cannot be shipped. Local delivery only. Delivery options available at checkout.
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Hand Painted Italian Vase
now $60.00 $145.00
Venice Simplon - Woman in Blue 1981 Framed French Travel Poster by Fix Masseau
Venice Simplon - Woman in Blue is a 1981 French Travel poster by Fix Masseau (1905-1994) for the re-launch of the Venice Simplon Orient Express rail line. This poster proudly displays the elegance of a sleeping compartment on the train favoured by the stylish passenger. The artist, Pierre Fix-Masseau uses his signature art deco style which he developed throughout his long career.
Pierre Fix-Masseau was the son of accomplished French sculptor, Pierre Felix-Masseau. Fix-Masseau began his career as an apprentice to master Art Deco designer A.M. Cassandre, for whom he worked for from 1926 to 1928. This experience greatly impacted Fix-Masseau, who continued to work within the Art Deco style for the remainder of his long career. Cassandre's interest in foreshortening, heightened focal points, and flattened planes can be seen in Fix-Masseau's works. Fix-Masseau combined Cassandre's influence with his own mastery of perspective and intricate detail to create his own, distinctive style. Fix-Masseau is best remembered for his posters featuring railway and automotive themes.
Signed and dated on upper left corner. Framed in heavy, solid wood frame with art glass.
Pierre Fix-Masseau was a leading poster designer in the Art Deco period whose work reveals a fascination with the high speed and new technology which typified the preoccupations of the age. Transport was one of the most popular themes in Art Deco posters and Fix-Masseau’s work is dominated by ships, cars and trains. Where Art Nouveau was characterized by swirls and curves, Art Deco was defined by geometry and straight lines which were ideally suited to this new subject matter. Consequently the leading poster artists of the day - Rex Whistler, Cassandre and Fix-Masseau - would often be commissioned by companies wishing to promote leisure and tourism.
32.25" x 20.25".
Excellent vintage condition - very few small signs of wear. This item cannot be shipped. Delivery only.