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20th Century Decor

  • White Station Clock

    White Station Clock

    • Clocks like this one made from industrial iron and designed to be read from a distance were fixtures in train stations in the early 20th century. Ours improves on the antiques with a battery-operated movement that allows for placement anywhere. 25.5" diameter, 2.5" deep Made of iron with a white painted finish. Quartz movement. Printed paper face, metal hands and a glass front. Requires one 1.5V battery (not included). Catalog / Internet only.
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    $149 special $129
  • Quil Diamond Indoor/Outdoor Rug, 2 x 3', Neutral

    Quil Diamond Indoor/Outdoor Rug, 2 x 3', Neutral

    • Based on an early 20th-century African rug, ours has a flat weave that mimics the original grass cloth. Click here for {{link path='pages/popups/wool_rug_care_popup.html' class='popup' width='480' height='300'}}recommended care{{/link}}. Woven of synthetic yarns. Use with our Rug Pad (sold separately) to help extend the life of your rug. Imported. Internet Only. Read more on our blog about the inspiration behind this product.
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  • PB Found Dough Bowl, Small, approximately 20" - 30" long

    PB Found Dough Bowl, Small, approximately 20" - 30" long

    • In the first half of the 20th century, Magyar bakers at farmhouses in Hungary and other Eastern European countries used these hand-carved, antique wooden bowls to make bread each morning. Each bowl is an antique and bears individual marks of use and history. Perfect as a setting for a tabletop display. Styles and sizes vary. Watch a video about {{link path='/stylehouse/videos/videos/eu_v2_rel.
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    $199$249
  • PB Found Dough Bowl, Round, Large

    PB Found Dough Bowl, Round, Large

    • In the first half of the 20th century, Magyar bakers at farmhouses in Hungary and other Eastern European countries used these hand-carved bowls for bread making. Approximately 12" 16" long Hand carved of solid pine. Each vintage bowl is an antique and bears individual marks of use and history. Styles and sizes vary. Limited quantities are available. Internet Only.
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    $199
  • PB Found Woven Wine Bottle, Small

    PB Found Woven Wine Bottle, Small

    • Glass bottles like these, called demijohns, were originally used for storing wine in the villages of Transdanubia, a wine-harvesting region of Hungary. During the early 20th century, they were often wrapped with willow branches for durability and easy transport over long distances. Textural wicker is woven by hand. Each vintage bottle has slight variations that make it entirely unique. Handles on the bottles may vary from single to 3 handles as each is hand woven. Quantities are limited.
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    $99$199
  • New York Times Archive Framed Photography, Sewing On the Stars – 1927, 12 x 14", Black

    New York Times Archive Framed Photography, Sewing On the Stars – 1927, 12 x 14", Black

    • Up to her shoulders in stars and stripes, a 20th-century Betsy Ross still manages to be this show-stopping photographs leading lady. The position of her hands, downward gaze and the way her hair parts at a sharp angle echo the stars and stripes. Although black and white, the photo has an exceptionally vivid tonal scale thats as clear and bright as the girls face and the flags themselves. Black/Espresso Frame: 15.25" wide x 13.25" high Small Black Frame: 19.5" wide x 16.5" high Large Black Frame: 25.
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    $199$399