We’re selling a wonderful local collection of original Ullman Manufacturing Company photo prints, each in their original frame under glass. Known in late 1800’s and early 1900’s, they were the originators of “Photo-color” prints, taking classic works of art and copyrighting and hand coloring their images. We are delighted to have found so many wonderful examples; they look great in groupings and we’re happy to combine shipping for extra savings if size permits.
We also have their original catalogues, so were able to actually reference name and number of each work of art.
WOW – What a Beautiful Vintage Big Game Saltwater Fishing Reel – The Orlando 6/0 Fishing Reel Manufactured by the Ocean City Manufacturing Company in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Please check the pictures closely for the condition, it is a beauty for its age – Made in the 1930’s and sold with a lifetime warranty.
The advertising for this Reel in the 1930’s stated – “The Orlando Reel is the finest ever made, is constructed for heavy duty and will last a lifetime. The reel has a heavy Bakelite side plates and the frame and base is made from German Silver and is Heavily Chromium Plated. One of its special features is that all the action is controlled by the Star Drag on the Handle.”
If you have any questions about this special reel, do not hesitate to ask. You can see this special reel in our eBay Store Connectibles.
In excellent condition, a beautiful set of 6 Sterling Silver Espresso Sized Spoons (4″). The Spoons are Hand Hammered and each has a different Australian Plant designed into the top of the Handle. They have a card included with the set that is from Tindales Jewelers in Perth Australia. The Hallmark is an “H” Anchor Shape “M”. The Flowers and Plants depicted are as follows:
Qualup Bell Plant
Sturt’s Desert Pea
Weight 58 grams
Please examine pictures closely to appreciate the beautiful design and craftsmanship displayed with this set of spoons. This beautiful set of Sterling Silver Spoons are available in our eBay Store Connectibles.
Throughout Steiff’s history, black bears have been among the least common produced. In fact, black Teddy bears account for less than 1 in 10 of all Steiff Teddy bears manufactured. That makes our rare 1961 Teddy bear replica extra special. He is a member of the elite group of ebony bears that capture the attention of serious collectors everywhere. Based on the classic, and widely popular, “Original Teddy bear” pattern used during 1950’s-1966’s period, this replica is truly something special. His black mohair is rich and dense. Watch our Video:
Steiff LE Black 1961 Ebony Teddy Bear. This and many other Teddy Bears are available in our eBay Store Connectible.
One of the most unusual and remarkable couture hats we’ve ever offered. Noted couture deisgner KoKin, milliner to the stars and featured in many museums including the Metropolitan Museum of Art. You can find his complete biography online and I guarantee you will find his clientele more than impressive! Our hat is more than a hat – it’s a runway statement piece, sort of a head-piece work of art that is sculptural and modern. Black velvet, firm gold mesh (possibly horsehair) trimmed in gleaming iridescent crystal rhinestones. I am dating this to late 1980’s, early 1990’s. I Magnin closed in 1992. We have a 360 degree spin below; you can start & stop the spin by swiping so you can look closely at all the details. Find this beautiful hat and many others in our eBay Store Connectibles.
Original I. Magnin New York price tag of $405 still attached from 25 years ago!
New unworn condition. May need a slight steaming of the mesh from storage but that’s it.
22″ around circumference, 6″ high crown, 10″ to top in front.
Kokin Couture – for the woman who truly wants to turn heads!
We are honored to be presenting an outstanding nearly Museum Quality antique quilt that we found at a local estate in Connecticut.
Antique Log Cabin quilt sewn in mid-1800’s with provenance on typed papers that were found pinned to the quilt and remain pinned to it. Former owner Kathryn Downer Mangam displayed it in Quilt Shows and described it as made by her great-grandmother Walker, foster mother of Kathryn’s grandfather Burke.
Measures 75″ x 74″, fabrics include richly colored wool plaids and cottons.
There are basically two square styles that are placed around the quilt in different directions, creating a striking and dramatic full pattern as seen in photos.
The condition is exceptional with only a few small holes and a few mild areas of discoloration on the red print backing. The binding trim is tight and very dramatic.
As a special touch, put one at each guest’s place setting for a charming gift.
Highest quality that Two’s Company is known for. Vintage style, modern material. Wax burns for approx 5 hours. Last year we sold out way before the holiday; don’t delay and end up disappointed.
Set of Pilgrim male & female candles, approx 5″ x 2″ in own gift box.
Set of 2 Turkeys, approx 4-1/2″ x 3″, in own gift box.
Offering a wonderful collection of original Illustration Art, all painted by listed Connecticut artist Dick Kohfield (b. 1931, d. 2012).
Successful illustrator for 50 years, his art includes movie posters, book covers, magazine illustrations. He is best known for his paperback Romance or Pulp fiction cover art for Harlequin and others of that genre. We’re delighted to offer an interesting assortment, most with the original book depicting the art on the cover. Terrific on display, just enough campy style to be a decorator’s dream!
SO realistic and beautifully painted. Illustration Art Harlequin Novel.
Name: “Love In A Mist” 1988 Harlequin Presents Novel number 1120 by Sandra Field.
Painted on #80 Bainbridge board
Image size 13″ x 14″, overall measures 17″ x 15″
Condition: Excellent overall with rich and deep colors, beautifully painted, country fair theme with hot air balloons.
Signed: lower right
You are purchasing the First Edition Book included with the illustration original painting; great to display together.
We are delighted to be offering some exquisitely handcrafted items from Jezzine, Lebanon, designed and signed by S & A Haddad. 1950’s or 1960’s, each piece is hand carved and therefore one of a kind, from buffalo and camel horns. In the shape of an ancient Phoenix firebird, the wings are brass, the dots are inlaid ground stone or horn, the utensils are stainless steel that is signed, the crisscrossed inlay is silver. Impeccably made; last photo shows a worker adding the inlay before it is polished. Original vintage flatware sets have sold for thousands of dollars and are becoming highly collectible.
This listing is for set of 11 serrated steak knives, 8-1/2″ long. Color is butterscotch caramel. Very hard to find pieces.
They are nearly new condition, very clean and beautifully crafted.
Signed and marked with hallmarks as shown in photos.
In their original cloth storage roll-up bag which shows wear and tear.
Please hand wash to preserve the beautiful colors.
We have a coordinating set of salad servers listed separately. Happy to combine shipping for extra savings.
Jezzine factories were destroyed during the Lebanese Civil War (1975 to 1992), and current Jezzine ware has a plastic handle which is nowhere near up to this design quality. Available in our eBay Store Connectibles.