We think of our homes in very personal ways to express color, form, dimension, and utilization. Wall hangings, tabletop, bed, window, and floor coverings all add to our ideas of what is needed. Our furniture may be practical or whimsical, or a combination. Modern furnishings may suit our needs for functionality, but a need for more personalization may lead us to centuries-old paintings for example. Whatever moves one to seek to transform a house into a home may be found here.
Home Decor Featured Item
Bicycle Wheel Lamp
Here is your opportunity to own this quirky and unique bicycle wheel lamp attached to a telescoping tripod. Seven individual lights which are activated by an on-line switch and the flexibility to lower the tripod to become a table lamp.
Full size 58″h x 24″w
Paint Decorated Youth Chair
Late 1800s high or youth chair. Lovely salmon paint overall and then decorated with flowers, leaves, and striping. Very good condition with minor early restorations.
Measures 36 1/2″h x 18″w x 12 1/2″d
SAILING SHIP DIORAMA
Sailing Ship Diorama, mid-coast Maine origin. Sails, hull, masts and flags carved wood applied to board and framed, then over-painted to create the finished piece. Painted ship and lighthouse add to the charm. Condition is very good and parts are intact. One flag has some paint loss. We believe this is an important and impressive piece of folk art of a classic New England Seascape.
Measures 28 1/4″w x 16 3/4″h x 3″d
Tennis Playing Woman
The original was once a copper weathervane circa 1900. Wayne Ayers replication, also in copper, is a delicate form showing grace and movement and mounted on a cast iron Eiffel Tower.
Measures 47″h x 22″w
Ruth Foster Lipowicz
Ruth Foster Lipowicz, 1919-2008, was an American Social Realist Artist, an award winning watercolorist from the mid century. She painted mostly rural landscapes. We have additional unframed watercolors by Lipowicz available for sale. We are happy to show you the collection. $350 framed, $175 unframed.
Measures 30 1/2″w x 25″h
Notts and Derby Firemark
Derbyshire Fire and Life Assurance Co, UK origin for this lead firemark. It has a circular belt around a cartouche. Probably late 18th C. or early 19th C.
Measures 10″ x 8″
Stitched Blocked Quilt
This amazing art was created 1860-1880 in either Pennsylvania or New England. Came to us from a private collection in Vermont. Stitched birds, hearts, vines, flowers and all the good stuff of folk art included on alternate blocks of black and burgundy or a deep red. A true one-of-a-kind work of art. *Early professional repair. Sold as is.
Measures: 75″ x 72″