John Coker, LTD - Est. 1971

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The sun is going down, its the end of the day, and the cowboy is heading home. The rider is on the lead horse pulling two supply horses behind. The landscape is clearly western. Jack Woods is the artist and is a Taos, New Mexico artist from the 1960s and 70s. Painted oil on board, this is in the old original frame and looks as if it it has weathered like the landscape like the scene.
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This sentimental print of a pretty little girl dressing a goat in a hat and flowers on a patterned rug in the original wavy pie crust edge frame is absolutely charming and reminiscent of the sentiment attatched to children by the late Victorians.
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This interesting and unique map shows Boston harbor with all of the numbers and depths for a boating enthusiast and would be of major interest to people who live along the shoreline.
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This charming baby doll with moving arms and legs has molded hair and flat feet that enable free standing. The doll has very expressive eyes
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These mosaic earrings have unbelievable detail and a very definite blue coloration. The flowers are outlined in rope edging with a screw backing, the plating is worn from the backing of these earrings as they were the favorite of the former owner. The lady bought them in the 1950s in New York, no makers name, they are about the size of an American Nickel and the pinkish or lavender colors of the outer edges make a good color combination with the rich blue. These are the height of style in the 1950s and retro or collectors would love a pair of the micro mosaics.
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Different colored roses are featured in the center with gold trim surrounding in a floral motif. The piece has a definite late Victorian look and would be of interest to those who like decorative floral pieces.
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Everybody loves pretty glass paperweights and this is certainly an interesting piece. The different layers of the yellows, reds, blues and greens almost resemble cupcake cups stacked on each other all compressed into a star form that is very colorful and appealing. The pontil mark on the bottom and the wear on the base show use and the entire surface has a very few small nicks that make the piece more appealing. This could have been on your Grandparents desk and you just inherited it. A great traditional piece.
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High quality, beautifully rendered set of 6 sterling souvenir spoons from Canada. Each is from a different locale and depict a landmark of the area on the spoon. End of handles are colorfully marked with area features and handles have ornate scroll work leading up to the spoon itself. Set comes in the original case. The spoons are sterling, gold plated and in the bowls of the spoons have Canadian scenes as well.
This watercolored drawing is a working image for a 1970s country club in Asheville, North Carolina. It still stands today and is considered one of the better in the region. The architect who drew it for the firm signed in the lower corner R. Eliott and dated it 1976. The view shows golf being played, tennis courts, cars parked in front, and of course, the main building. The Blue Ridge Mountains in the background make this image one that could almost be photo realistic, it is so well detailed. Six Associates Inc., was one of the better architectural firms in Asheville.
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Saratoga has always stood for Horses in August and the fashionable season. This book is late 19th century and chronicles in 370+ pages this classic Victorian town and activities. First Edition. Some separation of the binder from text but all there.