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matching set of original late 19th century oversized ornamental cast iron interior chicago stock exchange building window sash pulls fabricated by the yale & towne mfg. co., stamford, ct. the louis h. sullivan-designed sash pulls contain a simple yet elegant twist design along the handles. the highly ornamented curved backplates featuring distinctive sullivan design motifs (used specifically for the this commission) contain three screw holes for mounting flush against the massive plate glass dou
all original late 19th century historically important chicago stock exchange building oversized doorknobs and monogrammed backplates fabricated by the yale & towne mfg. co., stamford, ct. the intricately detailed cast iron backplates and doorknobs were designed by notable chicago architect louis h. sullivan specifically for the chicago stock exchange building (1894). the backplates and knobs retain the original bower-barff finish with only minor wear evident. the "cse" monogram is located direct
single late 19th salvaged chicago original oversized antique american victorian era figural copper exterior residential gutter spout end cap designed and fabricated by the friedley voshardt company, chicago, il. the visually distinctive end cap features a highly detailed mythical aquatic creature with open mouth. the downspout artifact is comprised of pressed and folded copper, with a nicely aged patina left intact. very unique and hard to come by. salvaged from a chicago graystone residence dem
Starting in 1939, Italian designer-maker Aldo Tura worked between the idioms of Art Deco and modernism, creating singular, high-end furniture and accessories that were typified by rich materials, sculptural forms, and high-end, artisanal techniques. This drinks set is a unique home accessory that includes a tray, two pitchers, and an ice bucket. Circa 1960s, this authentic Italian set will bring a vintage charm to any table or desk.
four matching original 19th century antique american victorian era ornamental cast iron floor registers designed and fabricated by tuttle and bailey mfg. co., chicago, new york. the registers or grates were mounted on both the walls and floors of a chicago residence since demolished. the louvers pivot with easy. the grates contain a uniform black enameled finish. the tuttle and bailey company was the dominant manufacturer of cast iron registers in the latter half of the 19th century. the company
pair of original late 19th century oversized ornamental cast iron interior chicago stock exchange building window sash pulls fabricated by the yale & towne mfg. co., stamford, ct. the louis h. sullivan-designed sash pulls contain a simple yet elegant twist design along the handles. the highly ornamented curved backplates featuring distinctive sullivan design motifs (used specifically for the this commission) contain three screw holes for mounting flush against the massive plate glass double-hung
vintage interior residential ornamental cast iron fireplace gas insert. manufactured by the dawson bros. of chicago. the victorian era gas insert features a removable pierced grate containing two elegantly designed winged dragons flanking a floral basket with underlying scroll work. the "berlin black" enameled finish appears largely intact. the multiple rows of steel burners are designed to create a continuous "sheet of fire" over the metal back. salvaged from a chicago graystone constructed aro
original ornamental cast iron interior ornamental cast iron plymouth building staircase riser designed by architect simeon b. eisendrath and executed by the winslow brothers, chicago, ills. the historically significant gothic style plymouth building is an eleven-story, steel frame structure with a terra cotta and masonry exterior. the manhattan building is built against its southern wall and the old colony building the northern wall. the exterior terra cotta was fabricated by the northwestern te
matching set of exceptional late 19th century all original museum quality ornamental wrought iron commercial or residential building fireplace andirons designed and executed by the winslow brothers, chicago, ills. the custom-built salvaged chicago andirons retain the original finish throughout. the twisted wrought iron crossbar is original and intact. the freestanding andirons are likely from a prominent chicago residence or building demolished long ago. the antique american andirons have been u
Cast Iron Still Bank JP Stevens Four Towers: Measures 6" tall, with some great original paint. Patent date July 23, 1895 Provenance: Collection from a member of the Still Bank Collector's Club of America.
This old Pre-World War II Mining Bell out of a long deserted Pioche, Nevada Mine was probably used for signalling the hoist. Great piece of rustic Western Mining Ephemera. All original. Rings like a bell. From the Pierce Powell Virginia, City Collection. Date: c1935 State/Country: Nevada City/County: Pioche, Lincoln County
Modern design refers to architecture, furniture, and decorative items inspired by the "form follows function" philosophy of the Bauhaus school of the 1920s and 30s. Pieces are described as clean, simple, visually light, with a minimalist profile.
Lavish and ornate, this elegant pair of urns features gilt-bronze mounts is in the form of birds perched among oak garlands. Designed by 19th century French artist Ernest Sanglan, bee-formed finials and wheat-inspired bases ensure these commanding urns look sophisticated in any space.
historically-important late 19th century single-sided exterior fire escape open grate horizontal platform panel salvaged from the the non-extant m.a. meyer loft building designed by the chicago architectural firm of louis h. sullivan and dankmar adler. the solid wrought treaded iron walkway platform panel has been re-sized for display purposes. the custom-cut panel has been thoroughly cleaned and brushed down to bare metal to really capture the detailing otherwise obscured or lost with the sever
five original 19th century ornamental cast iron interior fisher building office door escutcheons or backplates. fabricated by the yale & towne mfg. co., stamford, ct. the gothic style office door backplates have an older gold enameled finish over the original bower-barff finish. the monogrammed backplates contains the letter "f" encircled within a quatrefoil with fleur-de-lis accent. the fisher building was, at the time of its construction, one of the tallest buildings in the world and was erect
all original late 19th century antique american industrial ornamented swing-out cast iron fire house reel bracket fabricated by or for jno. c.n. guilbert (later the cliff & guilbert company) of new york city, ny. the impressive wall-mount bracket contains two opposed flywheels with fanciful spokes that not only appealed to the victorian style, but were curved to ensure the spokes were in compression under a given load. the central hub supporting the flywheels is affixed to a pivoting cast iron b
unusually shaped petite antique american industrial cast iron freestanding brackets or uprights designed and fabricated by the sheline company, chicago, il. the matching brackets were likely used with a roller for dispensing paper, yarn, string, etc. the bases contain protruding open-ended feet for securing against a table or countertop. the refinished brackets feature fanciful embossed monograms with the company's initials. the brackets have been brushed and sanded down to bare metal and sealed
Massive collection of "Tara" facade elements from Gone With the Wind. (MGM, 1939) When the original Tara facade was dismantled in 1959, the most durable portions were salvaged, including windows, shutters, doors, porch posts and railings, cornice, shingles, stairs and other elements. The brick columns on the front porch were demolished and buried, and the faux brick facade and wooden framework are said to have been burned on site. Present in this lot are the remaining elements (save the front en
matching set of original late 19th century american ornamental cast iron interior commercial window sash pulls or lifts salvaged from the chicago stock exchange building , designed by architectural firm of sullivan and adler. the louis sullivan-designed sash handles were fabricated by the yale & towne mfg. co., stamford, ct. the original baked black enameled or bower-barff finish remains largely intact on one handle only. the adler and sullivan chicago stock exchange building was built between 1
all original c. 1920's antique american ornamental cast iron interior oriental theater auditorium chair or seat end, fabricated by the heywood-wakefield company, menominee, mich. the highly ornamented single-sided cast iron figural cover seat end was salvaged from the auditorium when the seating arrangement was reconfigured during restoration in the 1990's. the theater seat ends contains a detachable cover plate originally outfitted with a diminutive incandescent light bulb designed to illuminat
one of several matching pairs of original late 19th century oversized ornamental cast iron interior chicago stock exchange building window sash pulls fabricated by the yale & towne mfg. co., stamford, ct. the louis h. sullivan-designed sash pulls contain a simple yet elegant twist design along the handles. the highly ornamented curved backplates featuring distinctive sullivan design motifs (used specifically for the this commission) contain three screw holes for mounting flush against the massiv
all original c. 1860's heavily ornamented american interior support column capital fragment salvaged from a pre-fire chicago french second empire commercial structure with limestone facade (now demolished). the three story dry goods building was one of the last remaining structures found within the old skid row district in the south loop. several capitals were discovered (largely intact) above chicken wire "flop house" living quarters on the 2nd and 3rd floors of the building. the iron capitals