An homage to Alberto Santos-Dumont, aviation pioneer and designer of the first aluminum propeller in 1906, the eccentric Spinner Table Clock features a vintage dial housed in the center hub section of a 1930’s airscrew. The clock is complete with a working ...
$225.00 – $275.00
Large screws suspended in blocks of clear resin. Sold individually - choose between small (square) or large (rectangle). One of each pictured. Order a pair and use as bookends, or group among other items of interest.
$320.00 – $480.00
Sturdy, fabric bucket baskets in a t'nalak fabric pattern of natural and black. Leather handles. Available in 2 sizes.
The Thunderbolt table clock is inspired by American fighter planes of the 1940s, in particular the gutsy P47 but pared down to a more playful, desk-friendly design.
Remove this shiny guy's shell to reveal a space to store small trinkets. Also available in matte white.
Remove this matte guy's shell to reveal a space to store small trinkets.
Straight from the living rooms of 1950s America, tune in with the TV Clock. The polished cast aluminum body, inspired by the classic television sets, is outfitted with solid brass antenna, feet, and bevel, while the two-tine dial harkens back to the days o ...
$35.00 – $65.00
Baskets made from the fragrant vetiver root. Available in large and small. Due to the variations of natural product, no two will be exactly alike. Image provided is an example only.
Sculptural vase made from fragrant vetiver root. An open bottom allows you to cover an existing vase. Due to the variations of natural product, no two will be exactly alike. Image provided is an example only.
$109.00 – $129.00
This small replica of a steelworker’s vise would have been carried in a briefcase to sales calls instead of the full sized vise (a little difficult to carry even for the sturdiest salesman). These are cast iron as the original would have been and has b ...
$25.00 – $34.00
White porcelain feather dishes in 3 sizes. Corral your jewelry or serve an appetizer on these food-safe dishes.
Straight from the workbench of a tinkerer’s shop, the Wingnut Table Clock is the result of a random crate of vintage parts found in a London machine shop. Its simplistic single-function design takes form in solid sheet and cast brass construction, and it f ...
Showing 81–92 of 92 results