19th Century Decor
- Stretched Tandem Bicycle Canvas Tandem bicycles first took to the streets in the late 19th century and gained popularity through WWII. Spinning back into style in the 1960s, the bicycle built for two is captured by our in-house artist in an artwork that nods to the past while taking on a graphic, modern aesthetic. 96" wide x 48" high Screen printed on four cotton canvas panels, each stretched over a hardwood frame. Panels mount side by side. Catalog / Internet Only.
- Shelburn Museum Pig Weather Vane
- Museum Mermaid Wall Art We worked closely with the Shelburne Museum to create this precise reproduction of a mid-19th-century weathervane from their collection. The original piece was carved of wood and metal by skilled coppersmith and esteemed salesman Warren Gould Roby, who once displayed it in his Wayland, Massachusetts home. 29.5" long x 3" deep x 13.5" high Hand-carved mango wood with a distressed blue painted finish. Mounting hardware is included.
- Addison Pillar Holder with Tray, Extra-Large Reflect and magnify candlelight with our sculptural glass candleholders. A handcrafted mix of solid and handblown glass, each can hold either pillar or taper candles. The lower tray modeled after the 19th-century bobeche, which protected tables from dripping wax holds small botanicals or other display items. Small without Tray: 5" diameter, 5" high Small with Tray: 5" diameter, 10' high Medium: 6" diameter, 16.