Woven from ultra-strong, natural wicker with thick dark rattan handles and rims, the Classic Wicker basket brings rich texture, warmth, and functionality to your space. Add classic storage to your home with your basket type of choice, from a low-profile underbed option to a classic shelf-sized basket for open storage. Details You'll Appreciate Durable, natural wicker construction Underbed: Ideal for storing clothes and shoes under bed Shelf: Store craft materials, office papers or bathroom accessories Store All: Perfect for pillows and throws, or in your closet as a hamper
Boasting a traditional pattern and a new vibrant blend of colors, our handmade Buckman Rug combines rich colors with a wool and cotton mix for a lavish look that beautifully serves entryways, eating areas, and living spaces. Details You'll Appreciate Hand-woven 75% wool, 25% cotton Durable, timeless construction
Roll out a warm welcome with our Tree Silhouette Doormat. Fun and festive with a multi-evergreen design, this diligent doormat offers a genial greeting to guests from near and wide. 100% coir To maintain the longevity of the mat, place in a sheltered area away from direct sunlight and excessive moisture Imported
From hardworking steamer trunks to Early-American blanket chests, our collection of vintage trunks combines some of favorite things: oak, steel and brass hardware, traditional styling and plenty of history. Each makes a fantastic piece for show or storage, ideal as a coffee table or bedroom bench. Historical Style: Industrial Labeled McBrine with "5-Ply" construction. Condition Notes: Incredible patina on all materials, including the dyed leather, floral liner, and brass hardware. See all photos for details of wear, both inside and out.
Our 1-1/4" inside diameter brass curtain ring, with an integral steel spring clip for attaching drapery fabric, requires no whipstitching or special attachments for painless period authenticity. If you prefer a more formal vintage look, see our Brass Curtain Ring w/Eyelet. We recommend 1 starter ring per panel, plus 1 additional ring for each 6" of drapery rod length. Solid brass ring with steel clip For use with 1" drapery rods Imported
Beautiful in eclectic spaces as well as traditional room designs, our Skyline Rug combines a wool and cotton blend, neutral gray-toned color palette, and geometric diamond pattern for a timeless look that suits any room in the house. Details You'll Appreciate Geometric design brings neutral grays to our original Skyline Rug Handwoven, flatweave style with tassels Durable wool construction
This early 20th century Navajo rug features the Red Mesa motif, bordered with jagged zigzag patterns. Red Mesa was a trading post in Arizona, and the rugs from this outfit were known for their precision and intricacy. This is a 'pound' rug, dating from a period when some rugs actually sold by the pound! In this period, the weavers were tailoring their work more toward Anglo tastes - rugs rather than blankets, particular simplified motifs, and since Anglos equated a thicker weaving with quality, a heavier and thicker weave. This had the added benefit to the weaver of weighing more, and therefore fetching more money when sold by the pound. This masterful weaving features distinctive diagonal 'terminal' lines, and the handspun character of the yarns is especially evident in the lovely variegation of the naturally dyed gray and black.
Beautifully woven in tones of red, white, black and gray, this Navajo rug depicts an "eye dazzler" diamond pattern, often found in weavings of the Ganado area of Arizona, known for their intense red. Featuring stacked geometric forms, overlapping with jagged lines, this well-proportioned piece could be wall hanging, or a small area rug. Wool warp and weft.
Beautifully woven in tones of red, white, black and gray, this Navajo rug depicts an "eye dazzler" diamond pattern, made with variegated aniline dyes. Featuring stacked geometric forms, overlapping with jagged lines, this well-proportioned piece could be wall hanging, or a small area rug. Wool warp and weft. The handspun character of the yarns is especially evident in the lovely variegation of the naturally dyed gray and brown.
Button blankets are made by the Haida, Tlingit, Kwakiutl, and other Native nations of the Northwest Coast of America & Canada. The tradition began in the mid-19th century, when wool blankets acquired from the Hudson's Bay Company traders began to be decorated with abalone or dentalium shell buttons in elaborate patters, with felt appliqués in different colors. Button blankets are traditionally worn like a cape during potlatches and while dancing in ceremonies. They are worn over the shoulders, with the crest design hanging on the back of the wearer. The central crest typically portrays a symbol of the wearer's clan and family heritage. This exquisite example was made sometime around 1950, with the wool blanket of that period, but using mostly antique hand-made 19th-century shell buttons. It is likely that the buttons were heirloom, perhaps reclaimed from earlier blankets, and it may be that this blanket is in essence a re-making of a family's heirloom blanket that had deteriorated. In any case, it is a stunningly beautiful work of art, depicting a fearsome hunting Orca whale chasing a pair of wily seals.
Screen-printed on bright red cotton, this banner reads "We use RCA Tubes - for the Picture of Quality." It was likely the table cloth for a display booth, as the writing would have hung horizontally along the edge of a square table. Based on the technique, materials and style, we've dated the piece to around 1950, although the RCA logo shown was used as early as 1919. We've framed the relic with solid wood moulding, acid-free archival mats and UV-blocking plexiglass. Historical Style: Industrial / Mid-Century Condition Notes: Some bleeding and staining in the fabric and printed graphics – see all photos for details.
Add visual interest to your bedroom with the Ribbon Quilt. Crafted from high-quality cotton and flax, it features a bold zigzag ribboned design—perfect for bringing texture and modern style to any bedroom. Details You'll Appreciate Modern ribboned design Soft fabric blend of cotton and flax
Featuring a subtle and unique triangular pattern, our Harrison Jute Rug brightens any space with geometric style. Constructed of 100% braided jute, this floor covering adds warmth, interest, and natural texture as an ideal foundational element in any room. Braided jute Reversible Rug pad recommended (sold separately) Made in India
Pattern and color combine in our exclusive Sumac blue diamond rug. Handwoven from a wool and cotton mix this charming covering is an appealing addition to an entry, dining room or any room in the house. Details You'll Appreciate Hand-woven kilim rug 74% wool, 26% cotton Durable, timeless construction
This early-century trade sign doesn't mean to boast, but apparently Mr. Best just happened to be the finest cobbler in Brooklyn, NY, once upon a time. Trade signs are a special favorite of ours, particularly when they are this charming. This rustic wooden sign features the original paint and hand-lettered font, and can be set or hung just about anywhere you'd like. Condition notes: Please review all of the photos, as one side of the sign shows some age in the wood, although the stability of the sign is not compromised. Historical Style: Classic Condition notes: Please review all of the photos, as one side of the sign shows some age in the wood, although the stability of the sign is not compromised.
Woven on a background of vertical stripes, this remarkable rug focuses on a central medallion, which depicts the crest of Mexico. An eagle clutches a snake in its claws, perched on a cactus. This is a truly unique piece, different than other styles or motifs, and even other pictorial weavings from this period. Large enough to serve as a focal piece on your wall.
Hailing from the Middle East, Central Asia, and modern-day Turkey, our collection of antique Turkish Anatolian kilim, flat-woven and hand-knotted rugs bears the telltale signs of a unique journey. Much more than ordinary floor coverings, these rugs may present themselves as a dowry of a bride, cradle of a baby, wall decor in a farmhouse, or grain bag of a villager. Unique to each region and village, the weaving materials, techniques, colors, patterns, and textures are aesthetic expressions that reflect the art, craft, and culture of Anatolian pastoral and nomadic life.
The Canfield Single Hook is part of our Canfield collection, which updates the traditional hexagon form and echoes classic tile found in baths throughout the 20th century. Solid brass Also available in Polished Chrome and Polished Nickel Invisible cleat mounting hardware included Imported
Familiar from hall trees, school coat racks and seasoned entryways, Antique Hooks are unique, utilitarian workhorses. Here you will find cast brass, iron and steel forming favorite styles like acorn-tip, ball tip, elephant and multi-pronged, as well as rarer, more ornate options from the Victorian Eastlake and Arts & Crafts Mission periods. Every hook in our collection boasts its original finish, from well-worn brass plating, to intact baked-on black enamel. Each item comes with period appropriate fasteners, making them ready to use right out of the box. Historical Style: Classic Condition Notes: Well-worn original finish, with the brass-plating decayed to show the steel below. Note how one of the hooks is slightly darker than the others.
Rejuvenation’s Antiques & Vintage restoration department features a Frame Shop, where every piece is carefully repaired or reframed for preservation. Whether a painting, print or photo, in its original molding or fitted with a new frame, we protect each work of art with archival matting materials. Cloth and paper ephemera are preserved under a layer of UV-treated Plexiglas, and all items are re-backed and ready to hang with mounting wire or other hangers. Historical Style: Classic Condition Notes: Framed in a solid wood moulding, with acid-free mat and UV-treated plexiglass.