Antique Articles, Sandie Fowler, has been in business for over 30 years. I specialize in original American and European ceramic tiles ca. 1650-1930’s and other great vintage items. I keep a wide variety of tiles posted on the page and add new items at regular intervals. I always try to have complete fireplace surrounds and an assortment that would work very nicely for kitchen and bath installations. Antique tiles work very nicely with new field tile and insure that you can have a truly unique installation. I am a member of: American Art Pottery Association, Tile Heritage Foundation,Tile and Architectural Ceramics Society.
We are Barbara Gerr and Arnie Small. We specialize in buying and selling American Art Pottery, including Roseville, Weller, Rookwood, Pillin, Arts and Crafts, Art Pottery Tiles, Gardenware Urns, and much more. We are members of the American Art Pottery Association (AAPA), where Arnie is the President, and the Ohio Pottery Lover’s Group, where Arnie is a Trustee. We have been members of the Ebay community since l997 and we always have an inventory of over 400 pieces of American Art Pottery. Our show schedule includes the New York Pier Shows, the Atlantic City Antique Show, the Grove Park Arts and Crafts Show, the American Art Pottery Show & Sale (AAPA), Pottery Lovers Show & Sale in Zanesville, Ohio and the Brimfield, MA. You can also visit us at Pinterest, Twitter, Facebook or Instagram.
California Historical Design specializes in furniture, metal ware, art pottery, lighting, paintings, articles, and exhibitions. Inventory Updated: Thursday, December 1st, 2017 Our Gallery Will Be Open Saturday December 9th 10-5pm. We are always actively looking to purchase Stickley, Roycroft, Limbert, Dirk van Erp, Grueby and other high quality Arts & Crafts pieces.
American furniture from 1800–1920. A special fondness for authentic period Americana furniture and correct country smalls. Featuring high quality Victorian furniture and quality pieces from the Arts and Crafts movement, with signed pieces in original finish. Selling privately by appointment, or at American Gothic Antiques. Carol Eppel Antiques has no website, but contact information can be found here or in the provided link.
Classic Design Services is a one stop source for all your transit, installation, and warehousing needs. Classic has over two decades of unparalleled collaboration with the purveyors of goods and services for homeowners. That is why top interior designers, art galleries, manufacturers, high end furniture showrooms, and antique dealers all turn to us when they need a trusted, reliable partner for moving and interior installation. Staffed by professionally trained crews, skilled customer service agents, and equipped with a private fleet, Classic is prepared to deal with any request, whether it is a one van errand, a detailed packing and moving job, or a delivery of household goods from storage. Classic is known for its timely, skillful installation of fine art, furnishings and the specialty handling of precious heirloom items.
Since 1980 Dalton’s has established itself as an unparalleled resource for original Arts and Crafts furnishings and decorative accessories. Under the direction of Dalton’s founder David Rudd, carefully selected examples of original condition furniture, pottery, art and metalwork are offered for both beginning and experienced collectors. Dalton’s clients benefit from a unique combination of decades of experience, knowledge of superior forms, discerning judgment and the finest selection available. David Rudd and Debbie Goldwein are the principals of Dalton’s and equally share the responsibilities of operating this unique gallery.
Eastwood Gallery specializes in Stickley furniture and accessories of the American Arts & Crafts Movement (1890 – 1920 ). Our antique inventory is focused on the leading manufacturers of the period and includes Gustav Stickley furniture, L. & J.G. Stickley, Stickley Brothers, Limbert, Roycroft, Rookwood pottery, Weller, Teco and Roseville pottery to name but a few. We are also particularly interested in the work of Minnesota and American Midwestern artists and manufacturers like, The Minneapolis Handicraft Guild, John Scott Bradstreet, U.N.D. Pottery, Robert Jarvie, and Kalo silver of Chicago. We also offer a broad selection of lesser known furniture and accessory makers as well.
Emerson & Terri Manning are antique dealers. There is no official website, but contact information can be found here and on the provided link.
If you are familiar with the unique sterling silver-on-bronze aesthetic of Heintz Art Metal, you can immerse yourself here . You can start a collection, add to your existing collection, or just browse an ever-changing inventory. I shall list new items often. On the other hand, if pickles and beans and Heinz 57 varieties are what come to mind, you can begin your education here. You will find a history of the Heintz Art Metal Shop, answers to some of the questions you wish somebody else would ask, reading material and references, a schedule of antiques shows in which I exhibit, and finally, a selection of items for sale. In either case, I hope to sharpen your appreciation and eye for this most unique metalwork of the American Arts & Crafts period.
At JackPap you will find Antique Tiffany lamps and Tiffany Studios table lamps as well as a high quality antique inventory with an emphasis on the Arts and Crafts Period, Art Nouveau Period and Art Deco Period. Antique lighting is my specialty featuring antique lamps by such makers as Tiffany Studios, Handel Lamp, Duffner and Kimberly, Pairpoint and Bradley and Hubbard. I actively deal in art pottery by Rookwood Pottery, Grueby, Roseville, Weller and others of the period as well as art glass by American makers such as Louis Comfort Tiffany, Handel, Steuben, Quezal and the European art glass of Loetz, Czeckoslovakia and others. I am very interested in purchasing or brokering items of quality, in particular antique Tiffany lamps. I am also available for appraisals.
With over 20 years experience, owners Mike Witt and Jim Messineo offer many examples of period antiques by American makers such as Gustav Stickley, L&JG Stickley, Stickley Brothers, Limbert, and other quality makers. The gallery showcases period objects produced in New England, emphasizing the important role that this region played in the American Art Pottery Movement. JMW is a nationally recognized source for art pottery by Grueby, Marblehead, SEG/Paul Revere, Dedham, Hampshire, William Walley and Merrimac, as well as Newcomb, Rookwood, and the works of noted studio potters. We also feature color block prints by artists such as Frances Gearhart, Edna Boies Hopkins, William Rice, and their peers.
Treadway Toomey Auctions is a specialty auction house, considered one of the premiere auction houses in the country to sell 20th Century Art & Design since 1987. We hold four carefully curated auctions a year that include works from the Arts & Crafts movement, Mid-Century Modern Design and paintings, prints, drawings and sculpture from the 20th Century. Our 2016 schedule included four additional auctions dedicated to the Estate of Candice B. Groot who was a voracious collector from Evanston, Illinois.
Welcome to Kindred Styles Antiques! We can offer suggestions for a single piece or whole room arrangements. Kindred Styles Antiques provide furniture, artwork, lighting, textiles, and leather goods.
Eckhoff Antiques Mark is a privately held company in Doylestown, PA and is a Single Location business. Eckhoff Antiques Mark specializes in antiques, being an antique dealer.
I specialize in the following: Eighteenth-century American Furniture, American Arts & Crafts Furniture, Silver and Pottery, English and American Silver from the eighteenth-century to the twentieth-century, and I am a member of the Antique Dealers Association of America and the New Hampshire Antique Dealers Association.
Called “the most important weekend of the year for Arts and Crafts collectors” by the New York Times, this three-day event has taken place the third weekend of February for more than 30 years. It combines seminars, demonstrations, discussions, tours, and workshops with the country’s largest Arts and Crafts show, featuring antiques, new works in the Arts and Crafts style, books, magazines and more.
Known for his unique take on the art of copper repoussé, Mark Oberkirsch is well-revered among the tooled copper community. This Missouri-based artist has a background in metalworking and sculpture, but quickly fell in love with copper work thanks to the material’s unmatched malleability and distinctive color. Oberkirsch’s collection of beautiful handmade copper art is testament to the artist’s commitment to experimenting with the medium while showcasing his love of texture and color. Inspired by the Arts and Crafts Movement, Oberkirsch Designs uses copper repoussé (or copper chasing) to groove and channel the copper to create unique, multidimensional designs.
Phil Taylor Antiques is a leading business in the Midwest specializing in furniture and accessories from the Arts & Crafts movement. Our store carries original vintage antiques from companies including Gustav Stickley, L & JG Stickley, Roycroft, Limbert, Stickley Brothers and other manufacturers from that vibrant American era (1900 – 1925). Check our website often for furniture updates. We are in our 35th year selling antiques. New, fine quality, reproduction Mission Oak Furniture is available through Phil Taylor Antiques. The furniture is made from quarter sawn white oak and is of excellent design and quality. We commission the work from experienced woodworkers. Phil applies a rich finish, creating pieces that enhance the home or office.
Author, Columnist and Director of the National Arts & Crafts Conference at The Grove Park Inn since 1988
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