Vintage painted metal dental cabinet c1930. Wonderful condition including its original timeworn cream colored paint and glass shelves with their unique rolled front edges. Two top doors over two drawers over two bottom doors. Measures 64 inches high, 15 inches deep and 29.75 inches wide. Great vintage industrial vibe in a perfect versatile size. The light works and we have the original key.
Japanese lacquer jewelry cabinet, or sage-dansu, Meiji period, circa 1880. Rectangular form, with two hinged doors opening to 7 drawers of 3 sizes. The box is decorated in gold takamakie, kiramakie, togidashi, and kirigane, with recessed panels of insects and glass-eyed birds among flowers; the interior is similarly decorated on a mura nashiji ground, bronzed copper mounts, bronze drawer handles. Measures 15.5 inches wide by 9 inches deep and 17 inches high. Some old restoration. The back of the box bears an old label marked No. 5.
Parker Brothers Makers, Meriden, Connecticut, shotgun. Double barrel, 12 gauge, 1905, #134023-6, Pat'd March 26, 1878, 26" long. Damascus steel barrels. Very good condition.
Exquisite vintage marble sculpture of a kneeling angel with hands clasped in prayer, from Florence, Italy, early 20th century. Sculpted in the style of an early Renaissance basilica angel. One wing is removable. Two broken fingers and an old wing crack were both professionally restored. The sculpture measures 40 inches high, 35 inches deep and 17.5 inches wide.
Ceramic on wood sculpture by Max Van der Linden (born June 1, 1922, died November 25, 1999). Measures 14 x 52 x 2 inches. Excellent original condition. Max Van der Linden was a Belgium ceramic artist. He graduated from the Institute of Decorative Arts in La Cambre . The work of van der Linden is inspired by the message of Christ and guided by a very broad sense of the sacred, anchored in everyday life and in rural life. He frequently tackles topics such as music, loneliness, death, anxiety at the chaotic or threatening mutations of the contemporary world. He discreetly evokes another issue through a gesture of solidarity, an encounter beyond conventions or a humorous detail. For him, each in his own way is sacred and necessary to the future of humanity To learn more about this important artist go to http://www.maxvanderlinden.be/