This antique French wrought iron chandelier (circa 1920) has eight arms that radiate out from the center. Each arm is set with a single light, with a candle cover resting on a drip pan. With scrolled arms and applied leaf details, the chandelier has been re-wired for US electricity.
The wonderful painted finish on this French cottage style chandelier is original with accents of gold paint on the leaves and contrasting flower shaped candle cups. The chandelier with six arms and a great patina of worn blue/gray paint over the wrought iron, has been re-wired with new sockets.
Circa 1900 solid brass chandelier with a cherub supporting the center column decorated with a flowering vine. The six arms are nicely sculpted leaves and flowers and the finial imitates a cluster of grapes. The chandelier has the original old wiring and should be re-wired and the sockets replaced.
Each of the large ornate brass wall sconces has three goose neck arms with white frosted glass shades. The central ram's head is surrounded by a tied ribbon, wreath and leaf detail, in brass. These are from a Victorian Blackhawk, Colorado home and have the original wiring which needs to be replaced.
This hanging wall cabinet, is a wonderful example of the traditional Swedish folk art with floral motifs painted over a dark green background. The blue interior is fitted with shelves and four drawers that are sponge painted an aged maple color that includes the cabinet doors as well.
Small cottage style hanging cabinet with original hardware and featuring a pair of paneled doors and a pair of shelves inside.
Antique wrought iron hanging planter holder from Hungary. Sold and priced individually, but 2 are available. It retains remnants of old paint with great details and rusted patina. It can hang indoors as a wonderful architectural accent or as intended - as a flower box.
This large free standing dual wine press from Eastern Europe, is all original, very sturdy and hand crafted from solid oak. The large beam holding the cast iron screws is hand carved with the owner's name, Johan & Therafia Schotbenker and dated 1924.
Large free standing antique wine press from Eastern Europe with mortise and tenon construction. The dual cast iron screws turn by hand using wood grips, and the original oak cages retain their original pressure plates. The large upper beam is hand carved with the owner's name and dated 1888.
Stunning pair of bronze sculptures originate from the Bamoni tribe in Camaroon, Africa. They were ceremonial pieces used for special celebrations such as weddings or the birth of a child.