Two cool travel clocks!
This Vintage Travel Alarm Clock Made by Linden in Germany,
or this 1950 Vintage 17 jewel leather case travel clock by Carlisle.
Both in great condition.
Rare Art Glass Vase. This Bohemian – Art Nouveau circa 1900 was made by OTTO THAMM for Fritz Heckert. Similar to Loetz.
34th annual Shad Festival – April 25 & 26 – 2015
Always in the mood for a celebration, Lambertville residents hosted the first Shad Fest in 1981 to highlight the local art scene. The Shad Fest tradition was born as spring blossomed, the shad made their way upriver, and the locals strolled through town enjoying the arts and crafts of their friends and neighbors. 32 years later, Shad Fest has grown from a local event to an award-winning tourist attraction.
Many artists are donating artwork for a silent & a live auction. Proceeds from the poster event go into a dedicated scholarship fund for students at South Hunterdon Regional and New-Hope Solebury High School sending districts pursuing a collegiate career in the arts.
Auction and Sale Posters are displayed at the recreation room of the First Presbyterian Church, 31 N. Union St. The Artists Reception, Friday evening, April 24 (7-9 PM) through Sunday, April 26 at 1 PM. The Silent Auction begins immediately (Friday night) and runs until 1 pm Sunday. The Live Auction begins at 3 pm on Sunday.
Pictured below are a few local Lambertville artist paintings which will be available.
(Silent Auction) König des Flusses “ king of the river” by: Klaus Von Müller
(Live Auction) “Green Grass & Cold Water” by: Kelly Sullivan
(Live Auction) Lovely Lambertville House by: Eleanor Voorhees
Available in Debra Stewart’s Lighting showroom at the People’s Store.
This is one of the finest bud vases, based on size, color and shape. Handmade pottery, heavy glazed with Silver Overlay. This signed Art Nouveau piece is dated in the 1900’s, Dutch and found in Germany.
Treat yourself to something truly beautiful at the People’s Store.
Bucks County Contemporary Artist
Rarely will you get the opportunity to buy an original Wayne Cunningham abstract painting at the People’s Store. This one has a much different subject matter than most of his work we have seen over the years.
Wayne Cunningham of Yardley PA has been creating innovative and unique works of art for individuals and businesses in the tristate are for more than 25 years. After years of study and experimentation in the areas of pen & ink drawings, pastel silkscreens, black and white etchings, acrylic and watercolor paintings. Wayne has taken all of these mediums and combined them to create whimsical multimedia collages. These collages consist of layers and layers of all recycled materials: resulting in a truly one of a kind multi-dimensional piece of art, a bit like the artist himself.
His artwork has been shown in a few recent Hollywood movies, and has been very popular in many galleries in NYC, NJ & PA.
This original Wayne Cunningham Gouache measures 33” x 27 ½” framed and ready to take home.
MARVELOUS OLD PAINTED GRAPE HOD FOR THE FALL HARVEST
*Imported antique grape hod
*one in original Red paint and the other in original Green paint
*Metal, with steel banding
*Sturdy high-top wine harvest container in beautiful burnished original patinas.
Grape pickers strapped it on their back and filled as they went through the vineyard. Hand-formed metal with steel bands and rivet construction. Great in a kitchen display, by a door with a large arching spray of flowers or greenery, as an umbrella holder, in the garden or by the fireplace.
Loaded with character. The Red one is 29 1/2 in high and 16 in across the opening. The green one is 37 ¼ high and 21 ½ across the opening. Imported from Europe — one of a kind. Original — not a repro or latter-day knock.-off. Easy pick-up in Lambertville NJ at the People’s Store, open every day from 10:00am-6:00pm
SWEET PRIMITIVE ANTIQUE WALL-MOUNTED RELIGIOUS SHRINE – AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN EMPIRE
*Central image surrounded by 3-D decoration
*Hand-made paper, foil, wire decoration
*Glass-front, sealed shadow box
This hand-made 19th- or early-20th-century religious shrine is an unusual and distinctive folk art find from the Austro-Hungarian Empire
Hand-made in a country setting or monastery, the shrine features a central image of the virgin Mary. It is surrounded by three-dimensional hand-formed flowers, mini-garlands and other decorations. The entire tableau is encased in a painted shadow box with a glass front. .
A wonderful example of devotional folk art from Central Europe! Ca, 8 in x 91/4 in. Great with industrial antiques, primitive antiques, Black Forest decor or as an accent piece with modern furniture. Purchased in Austria and imported by the seller. Guaranteed authentic — not a repro or latter-day knock-off. Easy pick-up in Lambertville at the People’s Store NJ, every day from 10:00 am – 6:00 pm