The sculpture is 7" long by 4 3/4 tall.
The middle of the sculpture is hollowed out.
Cold to touch, not plastic.
It is 21" x 27".
There is a label on the back which provides some information about this artist
It also gives some information about this print that states "This is an abstract composition titled "Take Off" with graphic vigor as planes and shafts of varying blues collide, their geometric configurations highlighted by brilliant spots of red and yellow."
The strong interaction of diagonals suggests the motions and power of flight...
The print is approx 12" x 15"
The framed measurement is approx 22" x 26"
It is framed under glass.
The frame is made out of a dark reddish wood
It is hand signed in pencil by the artist
There are some dings to the frame
COA is affixed to the back of the frame
It is 22" x 28"
Framed measurement is 29" x 35"
It is titled "Blooming Desert"
It is an oil painting on plywood
Signed by the artist Mary Ellen Creelman
Not sure how old it is.
It is 12" in diameter and has a red & white swirl pattern
The face of the plate has a small area of light scratches that can be seen upon close inspection.
The back is acid etched "Yalos Casa Murano".
It is 18 1/2" W x 23" L.
Hans Erni is a swiss painter and sculptor born in 1909 in Lucerne, Switzerland.
He is has been described as the "Swiss Picasso".
This print is an olive green color and has been mounted on paperboard.
It is signed in pencil by the artist and is number 74 of 120.
The matting is a little crumpled along the edges otherwise good condition.
Helen Luton Hafer was born in California on July 19, 1914.
Hafer was a painter of California landscapes, California Missions and still life works.
She died in San Clemente, California on May 18th, 2003.
This painting is special because you get 2 paintings in one...
It is 6 1/4" x 4".
Ted DeGrazia (1909-1982) was known the world over for his paintings of the Southwest. Indians, angels, cowboys on horseback, all were among his creations....but far and away the best known and loved were his solemn, dark-eyed children.
The tile is embossed with the navajo mother scene giving it a 3-D look. It is hand painted with a soft matte finish.
It is hand signed and signed in the mold.
It is 1 1/4" in length and width.
It is freestanding so it can be worn as a pendant or set out for display.
The cuticle tool is 4 1/2" in length. The tip of the tool has a slight bend and some of the petals on the daisies are dented in.
The button hook is 8" in length.
The handles are decorated in a daisy motif and are marked "Sterling".
The ends of the tools are metal which have darkened with age and have some light rust.