Arts & Crafts Highlighted Items For Sale Now in Virtual Gallery
by Kate Nixon
While the live events of “Arts & Crafts In August: A Virtual Experience” have concluded and are now ready for registered participants to watch on “Video on Demand”, we’re not done yet!
The exhibitors in the Antiques and Contemporary Shows are all working hard to get you the best deals in furniture, metalware, textiles, lighting and more…and at arts-craftsconference.com, there’s a new shopping tool buyers can use to shop! The Featured Items Gallery is a curated list of deals from Arts & Crafts In August exhibitors meant to highlight special items. The list will update from time to time with new items, so be sure to check back periodically to see the newest items from your favorite dealers and craftsfirms.
Some exhibitors will have direct links to purchase these items on their websites and others will have contact information listed so interested buyers can contact for details and shipping costs.
Below are a few examples of items currently in the Featured Items Gallery:
Starting at the top: Steven Thomas of Steven Thomas Inc has a small edition Frances Gearhart color woodcut framed in a reproduction oak frame. Bryan Mead of Hammered & Hewn is offering Roycroft quarter sawn oak book blocks out of East Aurora NY circa 1915 with an original reddish brown finish and strong aged patina at a 20% discount. David Surgan offers a seldom-seen rewired lamp in vivid variegated green patina with its original paper label. Next, Patti Bourgeois of the Japanese Woodblocks Prints Gallery offers a signed Helen Hyde woodblock print “The Greeting” in excellent original condition. Stickley Copper offers up a “Monumental Onondaga Metal Shop hand hammered copper wall plaque” with repousse hearts and cutout handles. Next up, Thomas Herman of Seven Fingers is offering an 18 K gold “Plique A Jour” 26″ Leaf necklace with pearls and enameled chain.
Additional items are coming in such as a Grueby vase, a prairie style settle, a durable rug based on an antique wallpaper pattern, a framed remnant of M.H. Birge and Son’s “leather” wallpapers, a quartersawn white oak framed oil painting by Roycroft Master Artisan James Miller, and fifteen more incredible works for sale.
Visit the LIVE Featured Item Gallery by clicking the link below (or at the top.)