Category Archives: American

American Furniture, Art and Collectibles…all things Americana

Bronzed Statue of Liberty After Bartholdi

Bronzed Statue of Liberty After Bartholdi. PRESENTING a Bronzed Statue of Liberty After Bartholdi from the Early 20th Century….circa 1900. Made of Spelter and bronzed…..it is quite heavy. Bronzed Statue of Liberty After Bartholdi Many of these were made to help fund the erection of Lady Liberty in 1882 and onwards. Many were made of spelter…

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Vintage Velocipede Tricycle Horse

Vintage Velocipede Tricycle Horse. PRESENTING a Vintage Velocipede Tricycle Horse from the 1930’s. This piece is part of the Lida Calvert Hall/Obenchain/Godwin/McMillan Collection. The Vintage Velocipede Tricycle Horse has been in the ownership of that family since the 1930’s and was in their Mansion at Armstrong Parkway, Highland Park, Dallas, TX. We believe it was purchased by…

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Reveau Mott Bassett Oil on Canvas

Reveau Mott Bassett Oil on Canvas. PRESENTING A PIECE OF HIGHLY DESIRABLE TEXAS IMPRESSIONISM. This is a HIGHLY DESIRABLE piece of Texas Art….and in particular to Dallas. It is ‘brand new’ and ‘fresh’ to the market, having been purchased directly from the Artist by the Obenchain Family in the 1920’s. This painting is a small…

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Reed and Barton 5 Piece Medallion Silver Plated Coffee Set

Reed and Barton 5 Piece Medallion Silver Plated Coffee Set. PRESENTING a BEAUTIFUL 19th Century Tea and Coffee service or set. From circa 1860…..Reed and Barton 5 Piece Medallion Silver Plated Coffee Set. This is made by the American Silversmiths : Reed and Barton renowned for their top quality silver and silver plate items. Reed…

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Eisenhower Quotes from June 1945

Eisenhower Quotes from June 1945. WE HAVE PLEASURE TO PRESENT TO YOU SOMETHING VERY RARE INDEED! This is a Birthday Book formerly owned by Ruth C. Bartlett, Formerly of 4116 Swiss Ave, Dallas, TX. Swiss Avenue in Dallas is one of the oldest streets in Dallas. In the early to mid 20th Century it was…

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FENTON Vintage Red Orange Amberina Open Vase

FENTON Vintage Red Orange Amberina Open Vase. Presenting a highly collectible piece of Fenton Glass. This is a FENTON Vintage Red Orange Amberina Open Vase from circa 1920. FENTON Vintage Red Orange Amberina Open Vase.. Additional Link: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fenton_Art_Glass_Company Provenance: From a Private Collector in Texas Condition: MINT Dimensions: 12.25″ Wide, 7″Deep and  5.8″ Tall Price: $125.00 Sale…

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Art Deco/Nouveau Photo Frame

Art Deco/Nouveau Photo Frame. Art Deco/Nouveau Photo Frame from circa 1935. Gorgeous gilt metal frame with floral design on each corner and galleried red velvet interior. Elegant and stylish piece. This would have been a high-end item in it’s day! Classic Art Nouveau or Deco style and design !!! It exudes quality and style !!!…

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Art Deco Photo Frame

Art Deco Photo Frame. Art Deco Photo Frame from circa 1925. Gorgeous gilt metal frame with black onyx inserts. Elegant and stylish piece. This would have been a high-end item in it’s day! Classic Art Deco style and design !!! It exudes quality and style !!! ART DECO ERA: Art Deco (/ˌɑːrt ˈdɛkoʊ/), or Deco,…

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Arthur A Everts Etched Crystal Jug with Silver Mount

Arthur A Everts Etched Crystal Jug with Silver Mount. Arthur A Everts Etched Crystal Jug with Silver Mount from circa 1920. for More About Arthur A. Everts check out the following Link: https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth41244/m1/339/ Arthur A Everts Etched Crystal Jug with Silver Mount. The Jug consists of a high-quality etched crystal Jug or Pitcher. The etching is…

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RARE KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS HIGH OFFICER DRESS SABER

RARE KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS HIGH OFFICER DRESS SABER. Presenting a RARE piece of Militaria, namely a Vintage and RARE KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS HIGH OFFICER DRESS SABER with original scabbard. This RARE KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS HIGH OFFICER DRESS SABER and scabbard is from circa 1925. It bears the marks for the Knights of Pythias on the…

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