November and December, 2006
1. an object made by human beings with a view to subsequent use
2. a mass produced or hand made object characteristic of an earlier time
Chairs, tables, tableware, lamps. lighting, handbags, advertising and product photography. Made by Stew Design Workshop, John B. Marius, Christy Mitchell, Paige Russell, Kat Clear, John Anderson, Gary Hall, Kirk L. Williams, and more.
Also, 20th century industrial artifacts, vintage toys, tableware and paper ephemera.
Photo and postcard design ©Liza Cowan
Paige Russell Vessels. Paige is a wonderful Burlington artist and we are pleased to have her work available here. Prices vary, so please call or email if you are interested.
Lights by Kirk Willams, KW Designs, of Burlington. And you've got to see the amazing articulating armature he's designed and fabricated to suspend the lights. Pine street art works is pleased to represent Kirk's work. If you are interested in having his lighiting in your home or workshop or office, we will be happy to set up a consultation for you.
Christy Mitchell's lamps. Christy will be featured on House and Garden Television on the show That's Crafty making radio lamps. The show was taped at PSAW and will air in the summer of 2007.
photo ©Liza Cowan
Kat Clear steel cube table on wheels. Kat's tables are classical, muscular and light on their wheels.
$600 plus tax. sold.
Another steel on wheels table by Kat Clear.
Fresh from Sweeden, prints from Isabelle Norman.
Another print by Isabelle Norman.
One of a kind hats by Burlington based milliner Jude Mulle.
These hats were only at psaw for the artifact show and are no longer available through us. But we will be happy to put you in touch with Jude for sales.
Beads and Jewelry by Madelyn Erb, Mad Glass Beads, VT.
Not available at psaw at this time.
Mad Glass Beads in Pittsford ,VT.
Katherine (Kat) Clear one of a kind table from a 1925 Photostat camera. It rests on a steel base and has a smoked glass top. It comes apart for slightly easier transport.
On top is a Brownie lamp by Christy Mitchell.
This item is too heavy to ship, but if you are interested in buying for pickup, call for prices and availablilty.
Side view of the Photostat camera table showing some of the innards.
Sept. 15th, 1925. Says so right on the front.
John B. Marius, tractor seat chair.