Lost and Now Found

From modern to traditional, contemporary to Arts and Crafts, we appreciate all eras and design aesthetics here at Mitchell Hill. Constantly on the hunt for the beautiful and exciting, we are thrilled when we come across craftsmen (and craftswomen) who have a talent for finding the old and creating new, refined pieces of art. Not only is the reclaimed process environmentally sustainable, the results are some of the most innovative and fascinating. Without having to search through a flea market or go through the burden of restoring a vintage item, we’ve curated a selection of “found goods” that still give off that one-of-a-kind, artisan feel.

Chinese Cast Iron Bells, $98-123

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Shooting for Galaxies by Hirona Matsuda; mixed media, 12 x 10; $500

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Recycled Racing Tire Drink Table

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“Baby Goat” by Jonathan Bowling, $250

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Cast Iron Stick Leg Table

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“Mitchell” Fish by Steve Palmer, $1,995

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Antique Camel Pots, $198-240

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“Key Cook” by Jonathan Bowling, $75

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Vintage Indian Locks; $198-248

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Brutal Opposition of all Systems by Philip Durst; law books, packaging, wallpaper paste 38. 5 x 32.5 framed; $2500

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“Jack Rabbit” by Jonathan Bowling, $200
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To see more amazing art from Michael Mitchell artists go to http://www.michaelmitchellcharleston.com/artists/

To shop items seen in this post visit shopmitchellhill.com or give us a call at 843-564-0034