EXTREMELY RARE Heath Ceramics Combed STUDIO VASE c. 1960

EXTREMELY_RARE_Heath_Ceramics_Combed_STUDIO_VASE_c_1960_01_cjEXTREMELY RARE Heath Ceramics Combed STUDIO VASE c. 1960
EXTREMELY RARE Heath Ceramics Combed STUDIO VASE c. 1960
EXTREMELY RARE Heath Ceramics Combed STUDIO VASE c. 1960
EXTREMELY RARE Heath Ceramics Combed STUDIO VASE c. 1960

EXTREMELY RARE Heath Ceramics Combed STUDIO VASE c. 1960
This was an early series of vases, covered jars and other objects designed and thrown around 1960 by Edith Heath herself. This particular vase features an engobe glaze in tan with a glazed onyx interior in dark green to black. The neck of the vase is a deep blue to green. The vase is signed with the Heath and teacup mark, which is among her earliest marks. This rare vessel is hand combed and glazed to create the feel of an earthy landscape of rolling hills and golden grasses evoking the color of California’s hillsides in Summer through early Fall. The dusty, smooth tan engobe of the neck evokes California’s deserts beneath her tawny, grassy late summer hills. The vase measures 7″ h x 7″ w and is free from chips, scratches, warping and other issues. The engobe is a subtle testament to the beauty of California’s golden light on her rolling hills. With the dark glaze in the collar evoking distant mountains. Don’t miss this opportunity to add this rare vase to your Mid-century Modern Studio ceramic collection. It is compatible with Danish Modern, Knoll Mid-Century interiors with furniture and other objects by Isamu Noguchi, Charles and Ray Eames, George Nelson, and other luminaries. The vase complements ceramic collections by the Natzlers, Marguerite Wildenhain, Vivika and Otto Heino, who also used combed decoration on their objects, and other fine potters of the era. The item “EXTREMELY RARE Heath Ceramics Combed STUDIO VASE c. 1960″ is in sale since Sunday, October 6, 2019. This item is in the category “Pottery & Glass\Pottery & China\Art Pottery\Studio/ Handcrafted Pottery”. The seller is “daodeqing” and is located in San Francisco, California. This item can be shipped to United States, all countries in Europe, all countries in continental Asia, Canada, Australia.
  • Diameter: 7″
  • Type: Ceramic Vase
  • Object Type: Vase
  • Material: Stoneware
  • Style: Mid-Century Modern
  • Height: 7″
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Maker: Heath Ceramics
  • Color: Tan

EXTREMELY RARE Heath Ceramics Combed STUDIO VASE c. 1960

EXTREMELY RARE Heath Ceramics Combed STUDIO VASE c. 1960

EXTREMELY_RARE_Heath_Ceramics_Combed_STUDIO_VASE_c_1960_01_zxvEXTREMELY RARE Heath Ceramics Combed STUDIO VASE c. 1960
EXTREMELY RARE Heath Ceramics Combed STUDIO VASE c. 1960
EXTREMELY RARE Heath Ceramics Combed STUDIO VASE c. 1960
EXTREMELY RARE Heath Ceramics Combed STUDIO VASE c. 1960

EXTREMELY RARE Heath Ceramics Combed STUDIO VASE c. 1960
This was an early series of vases, covered jars and other objects designed and thrown around 1960 by Edith Heath herself. This particular vase features an engobe glaze in tan with a glazed onyx interior in dark green to black. The neck of the vase is a deep blue to green. The vase is signed with the Heath and teacup mark, which is among her earliest marks. This rare vessel is hand combed and glazed to create the feel of an earthy landscape of rolling hills and golden grasses evoking the color of California’s hillsides in Summer through early Fall. The deep blue green of the neck evokes distant mountain peaks above the tawny hills of California. The vase measures 7″ h x 7″ w and is free from chips, scratches, warping and other issues. The engobe is a subtle testament to the beauty of California’s golden light on her rolling hills. With the dark glaze in the collar evoking distant mountains. Don’t miss this opportunity to add this rare vase to your Mid-century Modern Studio ceramic collection. It is compatible with Danish Modern, Knoll Mid-Century interiors with furniture and other objects by Isamu Noguchi, Charles and Ray Eames, George Nelson, and other luminaries. The vase complements ceramic collections by the Natzlers, Marguerite Wildenhain, Vivika and Otto Heino, who also used combed decoration on their objects, and other fine potters of the era. The item “EXTREMELY RARE Heath Ceramics Combed STUDIO VASE c. 1960″ is in sale since Sunday, September 22, 2019. This item is in the category “Pottery & Glass\Pottery & China\Art Pottery\Studio/ Handcrafted Pottery”. The seller is “daodeqing” and is located in San Francisco, California. This item can be shipped to United States, all countries in Europe, all countries in continental Asia, Canada, Australia.
  • Diameter: 7″
  • Object Type: Vase
  • Type: Ceramic Vase
  • Style: Mid-Century Modern
  • Material: Stoneware
  • Height: 7″
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Maker: Heath Ceramics
  • Color: Tan

EXTREMELY RARE Heath Ceramics Combed STUDIO VASE c. 1960

Original George Nelson 1952 BSC Storage Wall, Extremely Rare

Original_George_Nelson_1952_BSC_Storage_Wall_Extremely_Rare_01_iycn Original George Nelson 1952 BSC Storage Wall, Extremely Rare
Original George Nelson 1952 BSC Storage Wall, Extremely Rare
Original George Nelson 1952 BSC Storage Wall, Extremely Rare
Original George Nelson 1952 BSC Storage Wall, Extremely Rare
Original George Nelson 1952 BSC Storage Wall, Extremely Rare
Original George Nelson 1952 BSC Storage Wall, Extremely Rare
Original George Nelson 1952 BSC Storage Wall, Extremely Rare
Original George Nelson 1952 BSC Storage Wall, Extremely Rare
Original George Nelson 1952 BSC Storage Wall, Extremely Rare
Original George Nelson 1952 BSC Storage Wall, Extremely Rare
Original George Nelson 1952 BSC Storage Wall, Extremely Rare
Original George Nelson 1952 BSC Storage Wall, Extremely Rare

Original George Nelson 1952 BSC Storage Wall, Extremely Rare
Extremely rare original George Nelson 1952 Basic Storage Components (BSC) storage wall. Made by Herman Miller before Verified authentic with documentation by the George Nelson Foundation. This was shown at the famous 1949 Exhibition for Modern Living at the Detroit Institute of Fine Arts. It separates into 3 boxes with the upper red box being one, the far right being another, and the bottom desk portion and left drawers being a 3rd box. The three boxes sit on a black base, that runs the length of the cabinet and is two pieces. It fits together not unlike Ikea furniture with built-in pegs and is very sturdy. You could climb on it and it is not falling over. The three boxes individually are heavy enough for two people required to lift each one. The floor must be very flat for a perfect fit, but it is surprisingly not that difficult to assemble. The desk has an original working lamp and desk organizer. The chrome handles are in great condition. I imagine this was built more like custom cabinetry in the home as a bespoke piece. The original owner may have made those cuts in order to allow it to be transported – I’m not sure. There is no speaker any longer in the cabinet but the original cloth front has been preserved. There is plenty of vintage wear on the entire piece, but it looks pretty spectacular. It’s the first thing people comment on when they enter our home and we have many other mid-century modern pieces. The bottom right corner has some extra scuff marks that I took a photo of. I tried to document everything as best I could, but please write me if you would like more photos. I took additional ones. Most importantly, the red, white, and black original lacquer are all in great shape. You can see the age, but there are not any large gouges or nicks that I can see. The floor of the white box (which you can’t really see because it’s so high) has been scuffed some from objects being placed on it. The cabinet as a whole is highly functional. There are nine deep and wide drawers for storage, two cabinets for either a desk or more storage, and several open boxes for displaying objects or books, records, whatever. The red speaker box, while it sort of makes the piece, does not really have a function. The light aged wood, bursts of color, and functionality make it very unique in comparison to even fine Danish furniture. It also feels distinctly mid-century American. From the George Nelson Foundation. Frames of plywood, wooden drawers with the following standard veneers: walnut, oak, black wood, bittersweet red, forest green, or gun metal. The modules of the system were available in three different heights (22 3/8″, 32 3/8″, 38 3/8″) and three different widths (22 3/8″, 32 3/8″, 38 3/8″). Drawers were offered in the named widths and in three different heights (5″, 6″, 7 1/18). BSC was directed explicitly at architects and designers and offered various storage wall elements that the customer could then use in a scaffolding system that was virtually custom made. The highly flexible shelving system could be used both as a wall system and as a room divider. The individual elements of BSC included shelving, cabinet doors, table elements, elements for integrated radio systems, as well as a home desk and a vanity. BSC was featured only in the 1952 Herman Miller catalog. Produced by Herman Miller from 1949 to approximately 1954. The item “Original George Nelson 1952 BSC Storage Wall, Extremely Rare” is in sale since Sunday, June 16, 2019. This item is in the category “Antiques\Periods & Styles\Mid-Century Modernism”. The seller is “sexusplexusnexus” and is located in Ridgewood, New York. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Type: Cabinet
  • Material: Beech
  • Style: Mid-Century Modern
  • Height: 93.5″;
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Width: 118.5″;
  • Depth: 18.75″;
  • Maker: George Nelson

Original George Nelson 1952 BSC Storage Wall, Extremely Rare

Large & Extremely Rare Mid Century Vintage Sconce Wall Lamp 1950s Italy 3 Lights

Large_Extremely_Rare_Mid_Century_Vintage_Sconce_Wall_Lamp_1950s_Italy_3_Lights_01_he Large & Extremely Rare Mid Century Vintage Sconce Wall Lamp 1950s Italy 3 Lights
Large & Extremely Rare Mid Century Vintage Sconce Wall Lamp 1950s Italy 3 Lights
Large & Extremely Rare Mid Century Vintage Sconce Wall Lamp 1950s Italy 3 Lights
Large & Extremely Rare Mid Century Vintage Sconce Wall Lamp 1950s Italy 3 Lights
Large & Extremely Rare Mid Century Vintage Sconce Wall Lamp 1950s Italy 3 Lights
Large & Extremely Rare Mid Century Vintage Sconce Wall Lamp 1950s Italy 3 Lights
Large & Extremely Rare Mid Century Vintage Sconce Wall Lamp 1950s Italy 3 Lights
Large & Extremely Rare Mid Century Vintage Sconce Wall Lamp 1950s Italy 3 Lights
Large & Extremely Rare Mid Century Vintage Sconce Wall Lamp 1950s Italy 3 Lights
Large & Extremely Rare Mid Century Vintage Sconce Wall Lamp 1950s Italy 3 Lights

Large & Extremely Rare Mid Century Vintage Sconce Wall Lamp 1950s Italy 3 Lights
Extremely Rare & Large Mid Century 3-Arm Wall Lamp. Materials: This very large wall light is made out of black-lacquered metal and is equipped with three lampshades. The design of the lampshades is very typical for the 1950s: The shades are made out of glass and have a soft vanilla tone and are adorned with an etched pattern. Measurements: The total height of the wall lamp is 33.9 (86 cm), the max. 11.8 (30 cm). Each arm has a length of approx. 13.0 (33 cm). Each lampshade has a length of 5.1 (13 cm) and in the center a diameter of approx. 2.4 (6 cm). The total weight is 5.5 lbs (2,5 kg). Condition: The wall light is in very good condition with normal signs of wear. All three glass lampshades are undamaged. The metal parts and the brass elements show normal signs of wear consistent with age. The electric is in full working order, but as with all vintage wiring it is advisable to have it checked by an electrician before use. This is an authentic Mid Century wall light from Italy. I will pack the wall lamp with professional packing materials – so it will arrive you secure! Other countries on request, please. The item “Large & Extremely Rare Mid Century Vintage Sconce Wall Lamp 1950s Italy 3 Lights” is in sale since Friday, March 8, 2019. This item is in the category “Antiques\Architectural & Garden\Chandeliers, Sconces & Lighting Fixtures”. The seller is “*lothus*” and is located in Freiburg. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Style: Mid-Century Modern
  • Decade: 1950s
  • Material: Glass + Metal
  • Original/Reproduction: Antique Original
  • Type: Sconce
  • Size: Large

Large & Extremely Rare Mid Century Vintage Sconce Wall Lamp 1950s Italy 3 Lights

EXTREMELY RARE Modernist BAUHAUS Pendant Lamp by ADOLF MEYER, ZEISS IKON 1930s

EXTREMELY_RARE_Modernist_BAUHAUS_Pendant_Lamp_by_ADOLF_MEYER_ZEISS_IKON_1930s_01_ncc EXTREMELY RARE Modernist BAUHAUS Pendant Lamp by ADOLF MEYER, ZEISS IKON 1930s
EXTREMELY RARE Modernist BAUHAUS Pendant Lamp by ADOLF MEYER, ZEISS IKON 1930s
EXTREMELY RARE Modernist BAUHAUS Pendant Lamp by ADOLF MEYER, ZEISS IKON 1930s
EXTREMELY RARE Modernist BAUHAUS Pendant Lamp by ADOLF MEYER, ZEISS IKON 1930s
EXTREMELY RARE Modernist BAUHAUS Pendant Lamp by ADOLF MEYER, ZEISS IKON 1930s
EXTREMELY RARE Modernist BAUHAUS Pendant Lamp by ADOLF MEYER, ZEISS IKON 1930s
EXTREMELY RARE Modernist BAUHAUS Pendant Lamp by ADOLF MEYER, ZEISS IKON 1930s
EXTREMELY RARE Modernist BAUHAUS Pendant Lamp by ADOLF MEYER, ZEISS IKON 1930s
EXTREMELY RARE Modernist BAUHAUS Pendant Lamp by ADOLF MEYER, ZEISS IKON 1930s
EXTREMELY RARE Modernist BAUHAUS Pendant Lamp by ADOLF MEYER, ZEISS IKON 1930s
EXTREMELY RARE Modernist BAUHAUS Pendant Lamp by ADOLF MEYER, ZEISS IKON 1930s
EXTREMELY RARE Modernist BAUHAUS Pendant Lamp by ADOLF MEYER, ZEISS IKON 1930s

EXTREMELY RARE Modernist BAUHAUS Pendant Lamp by ADOLF MEYER, ZEISS IKON 1930s
A TOTAL OF THREE IDENTICAL LAMPS ARE AVAILABLE! Designed by Adolf Meyer, 1920s/30s. Makers mark is visible on one of the glass shades: ZEISS IKON. The lamp needs 1 x E40 screwfit bulb. In need, I can deliver an E27 adapter. Attention please: The lamp will be disassembled for the safe transport to prevent a possible damage of the mirrored glass. Brass, mirrored glas and cast metal. 34 cm, height lamp shade ca. Very good original vintage condition. Wear consistent with use and age. Brass with typical oxidation not polished to keep the patina. The lamps are complete, with original wiring and work. Please look at the XXL-Photos. They are part of the article description. 1 As with all vintage electrical equipment, it is advisable to have it checked by a qualified electrician. I sell further interesting vintage furniture and lights in parellel running auctions. Please look at them! Please do not hesitate to contact me for further informations. Markennamen gehören den Rechteinhabern und dienen hier lediglich der Beschreibung. The item “EXTREMELY RARE Modernist BAUHAUS Pendant Lamp by ADOLF MEYER, ZEISS IKON 1930s” is in sale since Monday, June 18, 2018. This item is in the category “Antiques\Periods & Styles\Mid-Century Modernism”. The seller is “munichmodern” and is located in München. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Style: Bauhaus
  • Material: Brass
  • Original/Reproduction: Original

EXTREMELY RARE Modernist BAUHAUS Pendant Lamp by ADOLF MEYER, ZEISS IKON 1930s

Extremely Rare Mid-century Adrian Piersall 3 Tier Glass Top Accent Table

Extremely Rare Mid-century Adrian Piersall 3 Tier Glass Top Accent Table
Extremely Rare Mid-century Adrian Piersall 3 Tier Glass Top Accent Table
Extremely Rare Mid-century Adrian Piersall 3 Tier Glass Top Accent Table
Extremely Rare Mid-century Adrian Piersall 3 Tier Glass Top Accent Table
Extremely Rare Mid-century Adrian Piersall 3 Tier Glass Top Accent Table
Extremely Rare Mid-century Adrian Piersall 3 Tier Glass Top Accent Table
Extremely Rare Mid-century Adrian Piersall 3 Tier Glass Top Accent Table
Extremely Rare Mid-century Adrian Piersall 3 Tier Glass Top Accent Table

Extremely Rare Mid-century Adrian Piersall 3 Tier Glass Top Accent Table
Extremely Rare 50″s Adrian Pearsall 3 Tier Walnut and Glass Accent Table in Overall Great Condition given Its age, This Table Stands 24″ tall with its Lower Base 29 diameter. Odds are you won’t Find another so while its available don’t let it get away. The item “Extremely Rare Mid-century Adrian Piersall 3 Tier Glass Top Accent Table” is in sale since Sunday, July 23, 2017. This item is in the category “Antiques\Periods & Styles\Mid-Century Modernism”. The seller is “salejl” and is located in Aurora, Illinois. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Style: Mid-Century Modern
  • Type: Accent Table
  • Maker: Adrian Pearsall
  • Sub-Style: American
  • Color: Brown-clear
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Material: Glass
  • Height: 24″
  • Diameter: 29″

Extremely Rare Mid-century Adrian Piersall 3 Tier Glass Top Accent Table