Glass lamp shades, pink and clear glass vintage lanterns, ceiling light, pendant light, rustic farmhouse home decor, set of 2 available
Classic glass lamp shades in pink and clear glass set in grey metal (lead or pewter) Great ceiling lights or pendant lights, these lamps would looks great in any rustic farmhouse home decor, or as a porch lights or vintage lanterns.
A great handmade pottery set for those peckish afternoons - 2 mugs for that hot cup of tea, chocolate or coffee - and a serving bowl for some marshmallows, biscuits or crisps. All 3 pieces have been hand thrown on a potters wheel, handglazed in a rustic palette in various ocean or sea coloured tones of blue, purple and teal / turquoise and all 3 are marked Savill Pottery Canada.
Art Deco Belt Buckle, Art Nouveau style Sterling Silver ladies accessory piece, nurses buckle, hallmarked 1970's revival statement jewelry
Beautiful stamped out silver Art Nouveau revival belt buckle. Hallmarked with the lion sterling mark, the buckle has been decorated with centrally placed winged torches, with a bow tied round the base and laurels shooting round the sides. It reminds one of icons used around the Olympic Games of the early 20th Century.
Iconic green bentwood snack set by Nippon Saito, vintage Japanese midcentury wooden nesting bowls, Saito wood company, retro 1960 - 1970s
An original 1964 Beatles serving tray, Worcester ware as marked on the original label on the red back and marked to the front 6 MB Made in Britain. Features John Lennon, Ringo Starr, Paul McCartney and George Harrison.
A beautiful Vintage French lamp, this vintage milk glass pendant light has been hand painted with the iconic Fleur de Lys pattern, symbol of the French Royal house. A simple yet elegant ceiling light, this item would look fantastic in your American farmhouse or midcentury home decor. Dates ca 1910-1920s.
Flower print litho, September, Collection of Robert Furber, Twelve Months of Flowers, 1730 botanical art Pieter Casteels, Arthur A Kaplan
Framed Botanical Prints - From the collection of Robert Furber's ("Gardiner at Kensington"), "Twelve Months of Flowers", originally published in Designed by artist Pieter Casteels and engraved by H. by Arthur A. Kaplan Co.