Owners: Bryan Mead & Sarah Hilbert
2116 Layton st
Pasadena, CA 91104
Welcome to Hammered & Hewn. Our ONLINE ANTIQUE SHOP specializes in offering metalwork & lighting with a focus on objects from the American Arts & Crafts Movement as well as handwork from the Art Nouveau, Jugendstil and early Modernist Movements. We also offer select pieces of period art pottery, textiles, artwork, photography, furniture & more.
As a resource site, Hammered & Hewn is dedicated to researchers & collectors of antique early 20th Century modern hand-wrought metalwork & lighting.
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W.B.Brown oak & slag glass sconce, Bluffton Indiana circa 1912. Original slag glass with no breaks. Back plate measures 10” tall and 5” wide, Sconce & chain are 16” tall, shade is 5.5” wide at overhang.
Gustav Stickley large copper tray, Syracuse NY circa 1910. Signed with ALS IK KAN stamp. Measures 23.25 inches long and 11.25 inches wide.
Stickley Brothers “dragon” bookends No. 232, Grand Rapids MI circa 1908.
Glasgow Arts & Crafts vase, Glasgow Scotland circa 1905. A large & rare brass vase with the classic hammered “Glasgow Rose” design and Celtic scroll work on all four sides. Measures 9.5” tall, 4” wide at body, 5.5” wide at rim.
Old Mission Kopper Kraft eucalyptus seed pod copper bowl, San Fransisco CA circa 1920.
Ludwig Vierthaler Munich Secession “Urchin” copper vase, Munich Germany circa 1904.
Carence Crafters copper “Glasgow Rose” jardiniere, Chicago circa 1907.
Heintz Art Metal table lamp, Buffalo NY circa 1912. A large & rare lamp with three cut out panels of flowers and stylized moths on the shade.
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Kate Nixon, National Arts & Crafts Conference Director
Bruce Johnson, Advisor & Director Emeritus
Flower Bridge Design LLC
25 Upper Brush Creek Rd.
Fletcher, NC 28732
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