Oldies But Goodies

Collection by Kristen Kieffer Ceramics

Kristen Kieffer Ceramics
SHODANA CABINET IN LACQUER | JAPAN, EDO TIME, XVII CENTURY | wood | Christie's Oldies But Goodies, Cabinet, Entryway Bench, Wood, Furniture, Home Decor, 18th Century, Clothes Stand, Madeira



 Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N. Thomas J. Rare Books in The Metropolitan Museum of Art Libraries. Oldies But Goodies, Fashion Plates, Designs To Draw, New Art, Crafty, Embroidery, Metropolitan Museum, Vintage

Thomas J. Watson Library on Instagram: “Brighten up your Monday with these colorful beaded handbag designs that can be found in a collection of plates in Watson Library’s Digital…”

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For sale: Pineapple Ice Bucket by Mauro Manetti, Pineapple Ice Bucket, Trendy Taste, Christmas Bulbs, Xmas, Black Sofa, Oldies But Goodies, Rustic Farmhouse, Living Room Decor, Dining Room

Antique Decorative Bowls For Sale at 1stdibs

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A History of the Vanity Case from Cartier to Boucheron Chaumet, Oldies But Goodies, Cartier, Art Nouveau, Decorative Boxes, Delicate, Vanity, 1940s, History

A History of the Vanity Case from Cartier to Boucheron

Bejewelled, elaborate and delicate; the vanity case is the essence of elegance. An embellished case that serves many different roles, the vanity case is both clutch and compact case allowing for ultimate yet discrete storage for one’s accessories. Since the 1930s, the greatest jewellery houses such as Van Cleef & Arpels, Bulgari, Tiffany, Cartier, Chaumet, Schlumberger, Lacloche, Boivin, Mauboussin and Buccellatti, have all have created styles of these precious cases that have reflected…

A MOTTLED HARD-STONE HILTED DAGGER | MUGHAL INDIA, THE HILT 19TH CENTURY, THE BLADE EARLIER | 18th Century, dagger | Christie's Antique Interior, Oldies But Goodies, 18th Century, Blade, India, Fine Art, Stone, Antiques, Antiquities


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Hearts in Hand Love Token American Folk Art Museum Je T'adore, Ruled Paper, Paper Hearts, Paper Cutting, Cut Paper, Outsider Art, Valentines Diy, Teaching Art, Graphic Illustration

Cut paper hearts and hands are more correctly termed "love tokens" because they were given as gestures of regard on days other than Valentine's Day. This love token is an assemblage of seventeen paper hands with a paper heart interwoven on each palm; a contrasting strip of paper is woven through the wrists. The hearts are different sizes—some are varnished, and two incorporate pieces of ruled paper. One hand carries the familiar sentiment "Hand and heart shall never part / When this you see…

Antique folk art mermaid painting, Mary Ann Willson, Mermaid fraktur drawing, Primitive Americana, E Sphinx, Nyc Art, Art Brut, Thing 1, Naive Art, Outsider Art, Art Museum, Art History, Folk Art

What little is known about folk artist Mary Ann Willson is derived from just two anonymous letters accompanying a portfolio of her work discovered by staff at the Harry Stone Gallery in New York City in 1943, and a short biography included in an illustrated book on the Catskills published in 1894. She is said to have had a companion named Miss Brundage (also spelled Brundidge) who farmed on their property while Wilson painted and sold her work. She was active from 1815 to 1825 when she…

The basic building blocks of fire, earth, air and water, are all involved as are the two 'metallic principles' of sulphur and mercury Elixir Of Life, Heaven And Hell, 3rd Eye, 17th Century, Magick, Mystic, Red And White, Medieval, Vintage World Maps

An alchemist’s guide to the elixir of eternal life | Christie's

Christie’s specialist Kay Sutton decodes the Ripley Scroll, a 17th-century mix of ‘cryptic verse, legend and image’

Flemish Flower Manuscript from 1630 was originally produced for the De La Broye family Oldies But Goodies, Vibrant, Bloom, Calligraphy, Drawings, Instagram Posts, Flowers, Inspiration, Lettering

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Woman at Table with Parrot and Lamp Artist unidentified United States c. Reverse painting and embossed foil on glass 7 x 8 in. American Folk Art Museum, gift of Susan and Laurence Lerner, Photo 2006 by Andy Duback Chinoiserie, Contemporary Decorative Art, Foil Art, Feminist Art, Naive Art, American Art, Early American, Art Techniques, Art Images

Woman at Table with Parrot and Lamp, artist unidentified, United States, c. 1910–1920, reverse painting and embossed foil on glass in original frame, 7 1/2 x 8 3/4 in. American Folk Art Museum

Door from the Cornelius Couwenhoven House Daniel Hendrickson Pleasant Valley, Oldies But Goodies, Cornelius, White Oak, Art Museum, Folk Art, Art Decor, Primitive, Pine

Door from Cornelius Couwenhoven House, Daniel Hendrickson (1723–1788), Pleasant Valley, New Jersey, US, mid-eighteenth century, paint on yellow pine and white oak

Prior to the when professionals like Winslow Homer adopted the medium, watercolor was mainly an amateur pursuit. Sarah Kriebel's "Drawing of a Vase with Bird and Flowers for Naomi Schultz," is a vibrant example of self-taught work in the medium. Winslow Homer, Today Is National, Futon Covers, Philadelphia Museum Of Art, Oldies But Goodies, William Morris, Art Museum, Vibrant, Vase

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How to draw a duck without pencil leaving the paper. From New York Public Library Digital Collections. Journaling, Form Drawing, Bargello, New York Public Library, Old Postcards, Crayon, Art Therapy, Art Lessons, Helpful Hints

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Gallaher's Cigarettes 'how to do it' (link for many more). Pictured: how to draw a duck without pencil leaving the paper.

A Howland Valentine circa 1850 by Esther Howland of Worcester, MA, an artist and businesswoman who was responsible for popularizing Valentine's Day greeting cards in America. Victorian Valentines, Vintage Valentines, Never Married, Valentine's Day Greeting Cards, Stationery Store, Oldies But Goodies, Be Perfect, Business Women, Classic

A Howland Valentine circa 1850 by Esther Howland (1828–1904) of Worcester, MA, an artist and businesswoman who was responsible for popularizing Valentine's Day greeting cards in America.

size: Giclee Print: Belgium, the Victoria Regia Greenhouse of the Van Houtte Nursery in Gent : Castle Illustration, Plant Illustration, Victorian Castle, Missouri Botanical Garden, Botanical Gardens, Ghent Belgium, Greenhouse Interiors, French Castles, Les Continents

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