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Arts and Crafts, or Mission, furniture is described in most catalogs and books as functional and simple, with straight legs and arms. Pieces have little decoration, just visible mortise-and-tenon joints. Light or dark oak was preferred. It was a short-...
L.A. at HomeHome and garden events are listed below. Suggest your own via reader comments. Submissions should be fewer than 75 words and must be for one-time events with legitimate value to other readers. No store promotions and no frivolous links, please.......
Current prices are recorded from antiques shows, flea markets, sales and auctions throughout the United States. Prices vary in different locations because of local economic conditions. Emerson electric fan, Type 6250F, brass blades, oscillating,...
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L.A. at HomeWhen it comes to American Craftsman furniture, Gustav Stickley is often considered the master. His mass-produced, catalog-sold chairs and tables flooded the market nearly a century ago and created one of the world’s first furniture brands. Less known,...
Reporting from Los Angeles In certain well-connected circles, Max Palevsky was known as the billionaire patron of Los Angeles' first black mayor, Tom Bradley. But his portfolio resembled a conglomerate's. A baron of the early computer industry, he...
Orlando Arts Blog - Orlando SentinelDid you know that when Paul Revere wasn't warning early patriots about British troops on the move, he was a silversmith? The Morse Museum in Winter Park has one of his creations on display this weekend to honor our nation's independence. And the Morse...
Barbra Streisand, a well-educated student of antiques and vintage decorative arts, has finally declared a major: "Eighteenth century American furniture and the design of the architects Greene and Greene are my special love," she says. Think of it as a...
Special to The Morning CallFurniture manufacturers are betting we're so fed up with technology and mass-produced goods that we will want to put our money on the "Simple Life." This yearning for a vanishing lifestyle has nothing to do with Nicole Richie and Paris Hilton. It has...
Special to The TimesThe registration clerk was asking me a question. Her face blurred as my eyes locked onto the oil painting behind her, an image of a woman holding a child in her arms and standing in front of a red barn. I was surprised to find such beautiful artwork in...
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