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Hand-hammered 7<sup>th</sup> Anniversary commemorative copper tray from Susan Hebert Imports/Cobre.

Small Furnishings, Collectibles

by Lori Viator on February 16, 2012

in Art + Craft,Collectibles & Accessories

ABOVE: Hand-hammered 7th Anniversary commemorative copper tray from Susan Hebert Imports/Cobre.

From letterpress note cards to mirrors and clocks, a look at small furnishings in the Arts & Crafts tradition made by today’s artists and artisans.

(Click on the small images for a full-sized view)

Nest & Co.

Nest & Co.

JARDINIERE ON A TABOURET
Designed and built by Javier Santiago Studio, the Rohlfs-inspired tabouret comes in two sizes in quarter-sawn oak. The 17 3/4″ high x 17″ wide version (shown) is $699. The Lily of the Valley jardinière from Jemerick Art Pottery is $280. Both from Nest & Co. (973) 509-94889, nestandco.com


Anne Ryan Miller Glass Studio

Anne Ryan Miller Glass Studio

MISTY MOUNTAINS Anne Ryan Miller layers hand-cut copper drawings on either side of selected pieces of stained glass to create unique pieces of art. The View to Mt. Rainier measures 19″ x 23″. It’s $895. Contact her at (812) 988-9766, anneryanmillerglassstudio.com


Susan Herbert Imports/Cobre

Susan Herbert Imports/Cobre

SAY IT WITH COPPER If your copper anniversary is coming up, celebrate with this 7th Anniversary commemorative tray, sustainably produced from reclaimed copper. The hand-hammered tray, made by the traditional bonfire method, measures 16 1/2″ x 13 3/4″ including handles. From Susan Hebert Imports/Cobre, (503) 248-1111, ecobre.com


Bungalow Bob's Pet Designs

Bungalow Bob's Pet Designs

DOUBLE DUTY Here’s a pet hideaway that doubles as a high-quality end table. In quarter-sawn oak with a Motawi tile inset, the Mission pet den is 24″ wide by 1″ deep by 26″ high. It’s $2,200 (add $300 for a latching door). New from Bungalow Bob’s Pet Designs, (800) 432-6029, bungalowpet.com


Verdant Tile Co.

Verdant Tile Co.

MORRIS IN PORCELAIN Two William Morris-inspired trays in hard-carved and –painted porcelain are from a new series by Roycroft Master Artisan Mary Philpott. Strawberry Thief measures 15″ by x5″. It sells for $125. Bee in Clover tray is $110 From Verdant Tile Co., (519) 273-6093, verdanttileco.com


The Bungalow Craft

The Bungalow Craft

BIRD OF PARADISE Peacock de Nouveau is available either as a one-of-a-kind acrylic painting, or as a giclée print on canvas. The original framed painting measures 15″ by 30″. It’s $3,800. The prints are 11″ x 22″. They sell for $250 each. From The Bungalow Craft, (303) 263-8577, thebungalowcraft.com


Fair Oak Workshops

Fair Oak Workshops

SULLIVAN IN THE SQUARE These absorbent, 4″ square synthetic stone beverage coasters are imprinted with two stencil designs from the master architect Louis Sullivan. Patterns include the Truss Frieze and the Upper Beam stencils. A set of four is $20 From Fair Oak Workshops, (800) 341-0597, fairoak.com


Emmet's Hill Wood & Glass

Emmet's Hill Wood & Glass

MIRROR IN MAHOGANY The Greene & Greene-style Pearce mirror in sapele mahogany features true mortise-and-tenon joinery finished with square pegs. Measuring 36″ wide x 28″ high, it has a hand-rubbed tung oil and shellac finish. The mirror sells for $485. From Emmet’s Hill Wood & Glass, (978) 290-8379, emmetshill.com


Arts & Crafts Press

Arts & Crafts Press

RABBIT RUN Letterpress printed greeting cards and limited-edition block prints designed by artist Yoshiko Yamamoto are inspired by the turn-of-the-century movement. These Dancing Rabbit note cards measure 5″ x 7″, and are priced at $3 each, or a box of six for $15.95. From Arts & Crafts Press, (360) 871-7707, artsandcraftspress.com


Holton Studio Framemakers

Holton Studio Framemakers

SHADOWS IN PLEIN AIR Sweeping Shadow is a plein-air painting in oil by California artist Paul Kratter. The 27″ x 23″ quarter-sawn oak frame is built with flush-through mortise-and-tenon joinery, and finished with a 22-karat gold leaf slip. The framed painting is $3030; the frame alone, $800. From Holton Studio Framemakers, (510) 450-0350, holtonframes.com

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