This color blue is in a league all its own--just mesmerizing. Each one of these hand blown Polish vases is unique and yet they are also wonderfully the same. While it still looked like honey the liquid glass (made blue with the element cobalt) was blown into a vase at the end of a blowpipe, then its slender neck was delicately twisted into this interesting shape before cooling and hardening slowly into its true color. It is an artisan process that has been passed down by craftspeople for many hundreds of years. Buy one or more of these beautiful vases. You cannot pick which of the four you will receive, and that matters not a bit as they are each gorgeous.
On July 23, 1981, possibly in Seattle where it was eventually framed in wood with a double matt, this print was made. Was the artist... View full product details
These classic lovers are happily engaged in their love-making pursuits, and they look great in the process. They are a smooth, marble-like ceramic, with no... View full product details
This striking table sculpture has the high-gloss and heft of ceramic but is actually an enameled molded resin. They are an intense pair, beautiful yet... View full product details
This is an authentic solid brass Otis elevator mechanism dating from circa 1920, removed from the Powers Jewelers in Milwaukee in the 1980’s. It is... View full product details