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Art Deco Collectors Group

A group to discuss all things Art Deco and share what you have, as well as post anything you may be looking for.

Website: http://www.rubyplaza.com/shops/decaura
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Latest Activity: Jul 26

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Comment by Randy Price on July 25, 2014 at 1:46am

I have a set of art deco tools made by I believe Koyo Sandyo (sic) Screw drivers and a hammer . One paper says "Deco Members Club" Hammer has a green handle with a black end cap, and the head is pink and gray with a black "cap" on the hammer end.

Anybody have any information????

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Comment by vicki hufstetler on April 30, 2014 at 10:02pm

No worries my friend! I do! :) Post away in whadja find, Ellene's "Everyday pottery" group, or the "Vintage and Antique silver group" and I'll do my best to help on any items you might need info on!

Comment by vicki hufstetler on April 30, 2014 at 9:39pm

I do indeed understand! and thank you dearly for sharing your knowledge. You are correct! I did numerous searching on her item, and even more strangely, she found it in the bottom of a "box lot" at auction!

Oh, the things that turn up, in odd places! LOL

We have an excellent Museum and also a boarding school, not to far from our area ( Cranbrook) who have a fine collection of Native American Artifacts, and related items, so I think that may be her best bet. I doubt even higher end auction houses would know about this item.

It would seem you have a complete Monopoly on knowledge, in this, and many other instances! :)

And both the Cinnabar and glass examples are very nice indeed!

Comment by vicki hufstetler on April 30, 2014 at 9:01pm

They are awesome! Are the red stone ones carnelian?

Thank you for the info. So, it sounds like she should take this little treasure to a museum, or other place with knowledgeable people to try and establish if it is old, and or rare? To do otherwise, sounds like one might get into trouble, and we don't want that!

Comment by vicki hufstetler on April 30, 2014 at 7:48pm

She is lovely Colin!

BTW - I don't know if you saw my post, I think it was in glass hounds. Re: That unusual medicine bottle, that you told me was from Bhutan?

Anyway, I wanted to thank you again for that info. Debbie, the manager at the antique mall was very grateful for the help and info you provided us!

We are still wondering and searching for any info on legality of selling, and or price on such an item?

If you have a link or something that I could learn more from, I would really appreciate your help! thanks again! :)

Comment by vicki hufstetler on April 28, 2014 at 6:49pm

Absolutely Gorgeous! I'll bet they go pretty quickly for you!

I've got a few Art Nouveau style clocks. They are all the "alarm" type, ca. 1910 or a bit earlier. I was going to sell them, but you so seldom see them around here, again, I've got them sitting in the office - LOL

Comment by vicki hufstetler on April 23, 2014 at 7:59pm

I believe my little gal is by the former Moreau - early to mid 20's, if I remember right. I got her at an auction a long time ago.

The Chiparus "fake" is period, but is Bakelite, not cold painted bronze as the originals are. And nowadays the real ones go SO HIGH! I would never be able to own one of those, except for a "dumb luck" situation! LOL

I did actually find a REAL "Dali" signed print. Ca. 1940. It's a small one, I gave to my son who adores many "modernist" genre painters/artists. It was in a "box lot" at an auction! ROFL!

One never knows what we might find around the next corner! That's half the fun of it, I think anyways! :)

Comment by vicki hufstetler on April 23, 2014 at 7:17pm

Beautiful pieces Colin! and WTG on your sales! Though I'm not surprised! I'm sure any Art Deco lover would put your items on their "must have" list!

I really like the lady and roe deer, it's so pretty! I have one small Art deco lady by Moroe (spelling) French art deco bronze artist.

I also have a "faux" Chiparus, that is actually a lamp. I forgot all about till I just saw your pieces. This lamp one I have is on my vanity, I guess I never thought to take pics. Will put it on my "to do" list for the weekend. She's very cute, though the glass ball, is not original on her.

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