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New Arrivals! Fine Art 58Paintings 29Works on Paper 17Photography 55Monterey Furniture 29Other Makers American Indian 62Navajo & Pueblo Textiles 73Navajo & Pueblo Jewelry 93Pueblo Pottery 42Basketry 28Beadwork 53Kachinas 32More American Indian Contemporary Pueblo Pottery Spanish Revival 24Spanish Revival Furniture 32Spanish Revival Lighting 20Ironwork 1Arts & Crafts 30Art Pottery 41Metalwork 8Arts & Crafts Lighting 10California Rancho 50Folk Art 7Rustic, Ranch & Cabin 13Western Vintage Boots 6Boot Jacks Mexicana 22Tourist Pottery 8Devotional 4Silver 2Weavings 17More Mexicana Garden & Tile 25Fountains - Statuary - Pottery 32Antique Tile 3Garden Furniture 23Modernist Studio Pottery 33Other Decorative _o Archive of Sold Items

Metalwork

The Arts and Crafts Movement was an international design movement that originated in England and flourished between 1880 and 1910, continuing its influence up to the 1930's. The movement advocated truth to materials and traditional craftsmanship using simple forms and often medieval, romantic or folk styles of decoration. We always have a wide variety of period American items from the East and West Coasts and points in between. Represented are such renowned makers as Stickley, Roycroft, Dirk Van Erp, Van Briggle, Rookwood, Charles Frederick Eaton and Elizabeth Eaton Burton.

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