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SEE 22 Vintage Antique, MCM Tabletop Accessories (Group 3) (chicago)

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3115 W Irving Park Rd

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#1. Vintage Mid-century Modern set of four tan ceramic Dorothy Kindell naughty nude, c1950 $120 for the set.
Four ceramic mugs with a lady fully dressed, then getting undressed, then two are with the lady naked! Fun! Perfect for your kitchen. Very good condition. Dealer: 55
Dimensions: L= 5 W= 3 H= 4.5”

*Dorothy Kindell who resided in Laguna Beach, California is best known for her unique figurines and giftware in the 1940-50’s particularly including nude women. She died in 1984 and her website still reproduces many of her ceramic pieces.

#2. Vintage set of four ceramic gold and cream Marriot mugs by Homer Laughlin, c1990 $30 for the set
Tall mugs with handle in cream with gold Marriot crown and logo. Gold base. Perfect for your kitchen. Good condition (they all have a small hole in the base, for firing?) Dealer: 3
Dimensions: L= 5 W= 2.5 H= 5”

*Homer was an American businessman and potter who formed the Laughlin Pottery Company in 1871 with his brother, Shakespeare in West Virginia where they still operate today.

#3. Vintage Antique style green marble footed serving board with a brass grape detail. Circa 1990. $40.
Oval marble with brass grape decoration on one end. Rubber feet. Perfect for your table. Very good condition. Seller: 12
Dimensions: L= 13.75 W= 7.5 H= 1”

#4. Vintage Antique hammered art deco silver plate cocktail shaker c1920. $115. Looks like it has a brass tone due to tarnish. Says “nickel silver, silver plate” on bottom”. Lid has cork underneath to ensure a tight fit. Handle on the lid and shaker are tarnished (or worn) and are a dark silver color. Faint monogram AMR on the front. This shaker has lots of character. Perfect for your bar cart. Dealer #MJS
L=5 W=5 H=12

#5. Vintage Mid Century Modern Fitz and Floyd ceramic fish platter c1970. $85. Large platter hand painted ivory with fish scales and a black and amber dye. Perfect for your table. Very good condition. Dealer #136
L=22 W=10.5 H=1.5

*Fitz and Floyd was founded in 1960 by Pat Fitzpatrick and Robert Floyd in Dallas, Texas. The company earned a leading reputation in the consumer products industry for the quality, style and creativity of its fine china and hand-painted giftware, available exclusively through better specialty and department stores. Fitz and Floyd is easily recognizable and is still manufacturing iconic pieces today.

#6. Vintage stainless steel small ice server / bucket c1990. $50. Small ice bucket or ice server. Made by Jean Couzon, France. Quality stainless steel. Has two handles with blue lucite centers. Perfect for your bar cart. Very good condition.
Dealer #MJS
L=7 W=5 H=5

*The Couzon company was founded in 1934 by Mr. Jean Couzon. After having started producing stainless steel flatware 1946, the company quickly developed into one of France's undisputed market leaders. Couzon is considered a tableware company that produces high quality and affordable pieces that are still in circulation and being sold by major retailers today.

#7. Contemporary set of 4 art deco style Rosanna appetizers and porcelain plates c2000. $25 for the set. Titled “Jazz Age”. Designed in Seattle. Fabulous gold and white geometric David Hicks style designs on porcelain. One of each design. 14 sets available. Perfect for your table. Very good condition. Dealer #136
L=6 W=6 H=1

#8. Vintage antique cast iron covered casserole with handle. C1940. $100. Restored and seasoned, ready to use. By Iron Mountain. Casserole #8. Perfect for your kitchen. Very good condition. Dealer #33
L=9 W=9 H=5

*The Iron Mountain line of cast iron ware was produced by Griswold Manufacturing in the 1930s-1940s.The Iron Mountain skillets are universally praised as great cookers and are considered collectables.

#9. Vintage Large Art Deco Aluminum Platter with Embossed NY World’s Fair c1939.
$125. Hand-forged Everlast Metal Co. Hand-hammered plat with embossed administration Building from the 1939 New York World’s Fair. Perfect for your collection. Very good condition. Dealer #12
Diameter=15

*The 1939 New York World's Fair was a world's fair held in Queens, New York. It was the second most expensive American world's fair of all time, exceeded only by St. Louis's Louisiana Purchase Exposition of 1904. Many countries around the world participated in it, and over 44 million people attended its exhibits in two seasons. It was the first exposition to be based on the future, and it allowed all visitors to take a look at "the world of tomorrow".

#10. Vintage Mid Century Modern Blenko Style Art Glass Pear Terrarium c1960
$96. Handblown orange pear with an opening for a terrarium. Perfect for your kitchen. Very good condition. Dealer #139.
L=4 W=4 H=9

*William J. Blenko, located in Milton, West Virginia, is known for its artistic hand-blown glass. Blenko was born in London, England in 1853. He worked at a glass factory in his youth. In 1893, he emigrated to Kokomo, Indiana, in the US, where he established the first American factory to produce sheet glass for stained glass windows. In 1903, he was forced to close his factory and return to England, due to an economic downturn. Eventually, he started a new company, naming it Eureka Glass Company, and later changing the name to Blenko. The Great Depression soon after decimated the stained glass market and Blenko began to produce stemware and tableware. Blenko Glass Company still produces hand-blown sheet glass for use in stained glass windows, as well as architectural glass.

#11. Vintage Art Deco Kensington Aluminum and Glass Vase c1930.
$40. Pale blue glass case sits into an aluminum base with curbed designed. Designed by Lurell Guild. Perfect for your collection. Very good condition. Dealer #12
L=6 W=6 H=9

*In 1934, the Aluminum Company of America (ALCOA) introduced a new giftware line under the trade name “Kensington”. Kensington was made of an aluminum alloy, overcoming some of the more troubling limitations of pure aluminum. Lurelle Guild was then hired in 1934 to design the entire line of giftware. Lurelle Van Arsdale Guild was an architect, industrial designer, and interior designer. In 1944, Guild was a founding member of the Society of Industrial Designers in New York.

#12. Vintage Antique set of 12 Rogers Bros Art Nouveau silver plated dinner forks.
$145 for the set. “Siren” pattern. Picture of a woman with swirling waves. Flowers on handle. Perfect for your table. Has a place for a monogram. Very good condition. Dealer 18
L= 7.5” W= 1” H= 1”

#13. Vintage Antique silver plate serving spoon with gold washed bowl, c1890.
$25. Victorian spoon with hall marks on the back. Etched flowers on the handle. Embossed berries and leaves in the bowl. Perfect for your table. Very good condition. Dealer 18
L= 8.5” W= 1.75” H= .75"

#14. Vintage Antique sterling silver serving spoon with gold washed bowl, c1890.
$65. Bright cut handle with leaves and flowers. Marked sterling on the back with hallmarks. Embossed shell with bright cut flowers and leaves in the gold washed bowl. Beautiful! Perfect for your table. Very good condition. Dealer 18
L= 8.5” W= 2.25” H= 1.5”

#15. Vintage Antique set of 8 mother of pearl sterling silver butter knives, c1920.
$55 for the set. Mother of pearl handles. Sterling silver wide band with etching. SSMC trade mark on the knife. Perfect for your table. Very good condition. Dealer 18
L= 5.5” W= .5” H= .25"

#16. Vintage Mid century modern Haeger pottery pedestal bowl, c1971.
$25. Vintage Mid century modern Haeger pottery pedestal bowl, c1971.
Tag says “Craftsmen for a Century”. Haeger started in 1871. Orange pottery with brown circle decoration in the bowl. Perfect for fruit on your table. Very good condition. Dealer 33
L= 11” diameter H= 3.5”

*Haeger Potteries company started as a brickyard along the Fox River in 1852, using clay from the riverbank. David H. Haeger, a German immigrant, became part owner of the Dundee Brickyard in 1871. In 1934, Royal Arden Hickman (1893-1969) joined the firm to design a line of artware sold under the brand name "Royal Haeger". Hickman was the chief designer from 1938-1944. Since going out of business in 2016, Haeger pieces have become highly collectible.

#17. Vintage Mid century modern ceramic fish tureen by Fitz and Floyd, c2000.
$85. Vintage Mid century modern ceramic fish tureen by Fitz and Floyd, c2000.
Cream ceramic fish shaped tureen. Detailed scaled and fins. Lid with brown sea shells. No ladle. Has matching fish platter. Perfect for your dining table. Very good condition. Dealer 136
L= 17” W= 6.5” H= 8.5”

*Fitz and Floyd was founded in 1960 by Pat Fitzpatrick and Robert Floyd in Dallas, Texas. The company earned a leading reputation in the consumer products industry for the quality, style and creativity of its fine china and hand-painted giftware, available exclusively through better specialty and department stores. The company is still in business today.

#18. Vintage Mid century modern pair of silver-plate candle holders, c1980.
$40 for the pair. Vintage Mid century modern pair of silver-plate candle holders, c1980.
Made by Eales. Octagonal base, shaped stem. Octagonal top sits in a circular boboche. Perfect for your table. Very good condition. Dealer RTRO
L= 4.5” diameter H= 10.5"

#19. Vintage Art Deco Kensington aluminum Stratford compote by L.Guild, c1940.
$130. Vintage Art Deco Kensington aluminum Stratford compote by L.Guild, c1940.
Aluminum pedestal base with large glass ball supporting the dish. Wide aluminum compote dish on top. Perfect for your fruit storage. Marked on the bottom. Very good condition, 2 nicks on the edge, some light scratches. Dealer 12
L= 13.5” diameter H= 6"

*In 1934, the Aluminum Company of America (ALCOA) introduced a new giftware line under the trade name “Kensington”. Kensington was made of an aluminum alloy, overcoming some of the more troubling limitations of pure aluminum. Lurelle Guild was then hired in 1934 to design the entire line of giftware. Lurelle Van Arsdale Guild was an architect, industrial designer, and interior designer. In 1944, Guild was a founding member of the Society of Industrial Designers in New York.

#20. Vintage Art Deco rare Kensington aluminum Epicurean salad bowl, c1930.
$125. Vintage Art Deco rare Kensington aluminum Epicurean salad bowl, c1930.
By industrial designer Lurelle Guild. Cast brass leaf base. Large aluminum bowl on top. Marked on the bottom. Perfect for your dining table. Very good condition. Dealer 12
L= 11.5” diameter H= 4.5”

*In 1934, the Aluminum Company of America (ALCOA) introduced a new giftware line under the trade name “Kensington”. Kensington was made of an aluminum alloy, overcoming some of the more troubling limitations of pure aluminum. Lurelle Guild was then hired in 1934 to design the entire line of giftware. Lurelle Van Arsdale Guild was an architect, industrial designer, and interior designer. In 1944, Guild was a founding member of the Society of Industrial Designers in New York.

#21. Vintage Art Deco Kensington aluminum compass platter, c1930.
$115. Vintage Art Deco Kensington aluminum compass platter, c1930.
Designed by Lurelle Guild. Heavy white aluminum with a decorative brass compass motif in the center. Perfect for your dining table. Very good condition. Dealer 12
L= 15” diameter

*In 1934, the Aluminum Company of America (ALCOA) introduced a new giftware line under the trade name “Kensington”. Kensington was made of an aluminum alloy, overcoming some of the more troubling limitations of pure aluminum. Lurelle Guild was then hired in 1934 to design the entire line of giftware. Lurelle Van Arsdale Guild was an architect, industrial designer, and interior designer. In 1944, Guild was a founding member of the Society of Industrial Designers in New York.

#22. Vintage Art Deco Kensington aluminum cheese and cracker tray, c1930.
$125. Vintage Art Deco Kensington aluminum cheese and cracker tray, c1930.
Spun aluminum platter with round wood center for the cheese. Raised edge platter for the crackers. Perfect for your dining table. Very good condition. Dealer 12
L= 15” diameter

*In 1934, the Aluminum Company of America (ALCOA) introduced a new giftware line under the trade name “Kensington”. Kensington was made of an aluminum alloy, overcoming some of the more troubling limitations of pure aluminum. Lurelle Guild was then hired in 1934 to design the entire line of giftware. Lurelle Van Arsdale Guild was an architect, industrial designer, and interior designer. In 1944, Guild was a founding member of the Society of Industrial Designers in New York.



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