Awwwk! You sold the bar already! I really wanted to glom that! Probably couldn’t have afforded it tho. What a great set. Heck, I’d love to have glommed ALL the stuff you’ve sold! GREAT finds, GREAT restorations Hepcat!
Thanks Vic. I appreciate all your comments today.
Just found your site. Awesome stuff!
Great! I’m glad you are enjoying the site.
i have a lion painting, im guessing circa 1960′s/early 70′s – the signature looks to be “Duprie”? Any info popular artists that painted Wild Animals? I’ve seen alot of these growing up as a kid, and saw a very similar style painting at a friend’s house, but of a Tiger.
Unfortunately, I don’t have much info except he was a landscape and animal painter. If you can send me a copy of the picture I will see if I can find anything new out.
We enjoyed your visit to the Skyway Antique Mall in Paradise today! Thanks for stopping in. Enjoy your treasures! -Kim
Thanks, we found some great things at your store….we will be back!
I love mid-century design. I’ve tried to incorporate it into my mid-century (kinda) house. I’m looking for some fabric to go in my boys’ room. (blues, browns, circles?open to suggestion) Any suggestions?
I love mid century design. Fabrics are always hard to decide on and sometimes more difficult to find. There are a lot of things to consider when thinking of decorating a child’s room such as age, furniture style and also how you plan to incorporate the fabric (upholstered chair, pillows drapes…). Also, something to consider is if you can not find a fabric with the color combination you are looking for then try to use accessories that bring those colors in. I don’t know if I could recommend a certain fabric pattern because there are so many variations of blues and browns to choose from, but I can try. Also, if you are unsure what accessories to use to incorporate your color choices refer to design magazines or search the internet for examples. I hope this helped.
Here are some examples of mid century modern fabrics:
Shane- I have the same set of 4 burke chairs shown above, and wanted to know what you can do for mine (bad shape). I think you actually saw then @ B&T Upholstery about a month back. Give me a holler…Thanks!
Hi Lauren-Thanks for your note. I just sent an email to you. I took a quick look at them but not a good enough look to make an accurate estimate (cost & time) for restoration. Can you send me some photos of their condition and let me know of any cracks or sun rot?
I saw the photos above. Are you just showcasing what you have or are you selling them? Lenore
If they are in our Archive section they have already sold.
I have a painting I inherited with a carlo hollywood sticker on the back. It looks to be a dark cityscape/reflection painting and the signature is “sorri” the date written in pencil on the back of the paper is 1969 – any info on the artist or name of the painting you can tell me?
Unfortunately I do not specialize in Carlo oils, just water colors. If you refer to my Carlo of Hollywood section that is all we know, or think we know of Carlo.
Omg! I love Carlos of Hollywood. I have an enormous Hawaiian watercolor, I’m dying to know its worth!
I have lots of items that where left to my husband and i including a continental art.co lamp from1957. If you are at all intrested please contact me back. It does need some touch ups.
Unfortunately, I’m very lamp heavy right now, but thanks for thinking of me.
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