Serena & Lily Baskets & Boxes
The shape of a water vessel from Indonesia inspired these nesting baskets. Designed to be unstructured, they conquer clutter with a charming, carefree vibe. A mix of materials – seagrass on top, and pliable plastic on the bottom – provide interesting visual contrast. Handwoven seagrass and plastic. Designed to be unstructured. Made in Indonesia. Small: 17.5"DIAM x 13"H overall. Large: 23"DIAM x 14"H overall. SB09
A chic catchall for your cruiser, sized just right for pedal-powered errands to the market and beyond. Handcrafted of sustainable rattan and woven plastic, it’s detailed with smooth leather straps and brass buckles for securing to your bike handles. Basket has a woven plastic base with a sustainable rattan trim. Sturdy leather straps attach and detach easily. Holds standard size grocery bags. Wipe clean with a soft, dry cloth. Avoid the use of cleaners and abrasives, as these will damage the finish. Imported. 14”W x 10”D x 9.5”H overall. Weight: 1.18 lbs. Max. capacity: 22 lbs. SB38
Oil on canvas, vintage frame. 28.75" x 22.75" Origin: San Francisco Condition: New. Entitled "Les Petites Boites (Little Boxes)" this 2004 oil on canvas scene is by San Francisco painter Jack Freeman (1938-2014). Freeman studied at the High Museum of Art in Atlanta, with Oskar Kokoschka’s School of Vision in Austria, and received his MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute in the late 1960s. Freeman kept a studio in San Francisco’s SoMa neighborhood, just a few blocks from Lost Art Salon, for nearly forty-five years. Framed in a hand built vintage lath wood frame with gold face. Hand-picked by Serena & Lily from Lost Art Salon's Collection, a renowned San Francisco-based resource for original 20th century works of modernist, vintage, antique, and contemporary art. We like to think of the Lost Art Salon pieces chosen for our Serena & Lily Art Collection as being “twice curated”. All art sales are final. Art only available to ship within the United States. Overall Dimensions: 28.75" x 22.75" If necessary, oil and acrylic paintings can be cleaned with a damp cloth or by a professional art conserver. Works under glass can be cleaned using a glass cleaner, but avoid harsh chemicals when cleaning works under plexi to prevent surface damage.