Rare Charles and Ray Eames plywood leg splint circa 1940. Model S2-1790 from the Molded Plywood Division of the Evans Products Company, Los Angeles, California. Measures 42.5 high x 8 wide x 4.25 deep. These beautifully sculptural splints were made for soldiers injured in the Second World War. The original shipping label is included. We have seen advanced collectors of all things modern display these splints as wall sculpture.
Antique English Georgian wine cellarette circa 1790-1810. All original, including the brass mountings and the tin liner, which more often then not, is missing. Each side of this cellarette is composed of heavy mahogany veneers, in a mellow golden reddish tones of great depth. Very good condition. Measures 18 in diameter.
English brass and iron trivet with penny feet, all original, 2nd quarter of the 18th century. The charming brass lattice design was entirely hand cut, as was the iron frame. Note the little penny foot. Still in lovely condition after nearly 300 years worth of warming tea kettles.
Arts and Crafts hand hammered and dovetailed copper plant pot circa 1900. Excellent condition, beautifully proportioned, classic shape. Measures 9 inches tall by 12 inches wide with a 7.5 inch top opening.
Antique Japanese Meiji period ceremonial noh, or theater, mask. Enamel on wood, circa 1860. Cream colored lacquer with a very subtle sprinkling of pure gold flakes. Measures 13 inches high, 6 inches wide and 4 inches deep. Excellent original condition.