Original Cabaret Prints
|Original Cabaret prints|
|Ref. No.:|| RG-472,3|
|Year:|| c. 1900 - 1910|
|Dimensions:|| 13"w x 16"h|
|Price:|| $295 each; $530 the pair|
This pair of original Parisian cabaret programs will add color and verve to just the right room or make a great gift for a deserving Francophile. "Trianon Concert" is a touch of old Montmartre. "Olympia" illustrates the play by Ferenc Molnar. Both are newly framed.
| Botanical Prints|
|Ref. No.:|| LoFort 403-404|
|Year:|| 21st c.|
|Dimensions:|| 23.5"w x 26.5"h|
This large and charming pair of botanical prints from the original plate has been reproduced via an 18th-century process. The image is pulled through the press by hand, then hand-painted using water colors of the period.
Charlet Hunting Poster
A flurry of hounds are on the scent, followed by red-coated riders, including a lady demonstrating proper side-saddle form. This original hunting poster by Charlet, circa 1919, is beautifully matted and framed. A handsome addition to a library, bar or hallway.
|Original Hunting Poster|
|Ref. No.:|| RG-463|
|Year:|| Circa 1919|
|Dimensions:|| 24" x 17"|
|Oil Painting "The Courtyard"|
|Ref. No.:|| 8060-19|
|Year:|| Circa 1920|
|Dimensions:|| 26" w x 22-1/4" h|
"French Country Courtyard" is a charming early-20th-century French oil on canvas. Signed. Circa 1920.
|Oil Painting "A Country Winter"|
|Ref. No.:|| 8060-20|
|Year:|| c. 1900|
|Dimensions:|| 31½" w x 25½" h|
"A Country Winter," a very-early-20th-century French oil on canvas, captures the bleak beauty of the season. Presented in a 3-1/2-inch gilt frame and signed by the artist. Circa 1900.
|Ref. No.:|| ASHT-489|
|Dimensions:|| 20½" square|
|Price:|| $110 each; $200 the pair|
This pair of very smart roosters would feel right at home in a country kitchen or breakfast nook. The prints have been specially treated to convey the impression of oil on canvas.
Art Print of Macaque Monkey
|Art Print of MacAque (Monkey)|
|Ref. No.:|| LoFort-533|
|Year:|| From 18th-century plate.|
|Dimensions:|| 18-1/2" x 22-1/2"|
The highly social, undeniably cute Rhesus Macaque money is a little too rowdy to make a good pet. But you can take him into your home in this wonderful art print made from an 18th-century plate. It's been reproduced via the 18th-century process in which the image is pulled through the press by hand, then hand-colored using subtle period watercolors. Handsomely matted and framed.
Art Print of Elephant
This art print of a distinguished elephant is made from an 18th-century plate and reproduced by an authentic process of the period. The image is pulled through the press by hand, then hand-tinted using the subtle watercolors of the era. Handsomely matted and framed.
|Art Print of Elephant|
|Ref. No.:|| LoFort-552|
|Year:|| From an 18th-century plate|
|Dimensions:|| 1/-1/2" x 22-1/2"|
|19th-century Engraving of a Woman|
|Ref. No.:|| 111-55|
|Year:|| England, circa 1830|
|Dimensions:|| 14" diameter|
A behatted, beruffled, beguiling young woman at her writing desk, feather pen in hand, is the subject of this early-19th-century English engraving. And she's encircled by the original wooden gilt frame with beading and lovely architectural detail.
Antique Bar Sign - Cheers!
Sometime around 1900, somewhere in England, this old mahogany bar sign with carved, gilded letters first welcomed drinkers. Now it can grace your home bar, where everybody really does know your name. Cheers!
|Ref. No.:|| 565.40|
|Year:|| England, circa 1900|
|Dimensions:|| Area approx. 3' x 3'|
Antique Cast-Iron Balustrades
This is a set of four very early antique Georgian balustrades. They are cast-iron and probably Colbrook, an important English iron fabricator of the 19th century. They make an impressive wall decoration and can be hung all in the same direction, or two one way and two the other way, as shown. The backs and fronts are identical. Painted black and very impressive on the wall.
|Ref. No.:|| 551-249|
|Year:|| England, circa 1820|
|Dimensions:|| 9-1/2" x 36-3/4" each|
|Price:|| $595 the set of four|
This is an exceptionally substantial mahogany writing desk that can double as a beautiful library table. It has six working and beaded drawers -- three each side -- each with lock and key. The top is a handsome dark-green leather with gilt tooling that has been antiqued. The legs are classically reeded and have casters for easy mobility. Custom-made in England for Asher House.
|Ref. No.:|| 7111-14|
|Year:|| England, contemporary|
|Dimensions:|| 56" x 33" x 31-1/4" tall|