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Category Archives: Metal art Mid century
Just arrived! These cool stackable Mid Century Modern/ Industrial style Set of 4 designer counter / bar stools as shown on episode 13 CBS “This Is Us” You deserve the best most interesting pieces in your home, and our dealers … Continue reading →
6 piece Mid Century Patio Set, 3 Russell Woodward Sculptura Armchairs & 3 Mid Century metal mesh tables. Great Set of 3 Russell Woodard Sculptura patio chairs. Cool design, the Iron mesh follows the winged armrests and low slung seat … Continue reading →
Unique one of a kind sculpture. All American BotDog Assemblage Art Disney Dog Sculpture by David Mead. Includes Disney Bicentennial Lunchbox, Toy Metal Phone, Roller Skate, Shoe Stretcher, Strainer Parts.
Antler Étagère attributed to Arthur Court 1970 Made out of Cast Aluminum & Glass 82” x 32” x 20” Arthur Court was from Minnesota & served in the Navy during WWII. After the Navy Arthur moved to San Francisco, attended the … Continue reading →
Beautifying the Forgotten Please welcome “Reclaimed – Designs” to the People’s Store. They specialize in repurposing & reusing one of kind unique industrial pieces into works of art for today’s home.
This grand sculpture was created out of steel rods and textured with melted steel. Robert Koch is known for working with rigid lifeless materials, creating forms that are soft and alive. His work shows a real organic feeling and will … Continue reading →