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Nyc Street Porcelain Sign

Original New York City Porcelain Over Metal Enamel Street Sign St. Nicholas
Located in Stamford, CT
Antique porcelain double sided humpback New York City Street Sign used in NYC from 1910 till early
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Early 20th Century American Signs

Materials

Metal, Enamel

Antique Porcelain Humpback Double Sided NYC Street Sign
Located in Redding, CT
Antique porcelain humpback double sided NYC Street Sign, circa early 1900s. Cobalt blue enamel and
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Early 20th Century American Folk Art Decorative Art

Materials

Enamel

Eight NYC, New York Porcelain over Metal Enamel Street Signs
Located in Stamford, CT
Eight NYC, New York porcelain over metal enamel street signs. Double sided. Priced individually.
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Early 20th Century American Modern Architectural Elements

Materials

Metal

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Art Nouveau Curved Stained Glass & Bronze Panel/ Window, Attributed to Tiffany
By Charles L. Tiffany
Located in New York, NY
This stunning Art Nouveau window/ panel was realized in the United States in 1907, attributed to Tiffany & Co. The piece features a mosaic of interlocking demilune arch forms in hues...
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Antique Early 1900s American Art Nouveau Architectural Elements

Materials

Bronze

Untitled, Roy Lichtenstein
By Roy Lichtenstein
Located in New York, NY
Published by Rosenthal, Germany in 1990, this exquisite glazed porcelain plate is from an image created by Roy Lichtenstein. The brilliantly colored plate, accompanied by its origin...
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20th Century Pop Art Prints and Multiples

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Porcelain

Mahogany Cadbury’s Counter Top Chocolate Shop Display Cabinet, circa 1900
Located in Nijmegen, NL
This shop display cabinet is made from mahogany, the glass has gold leaf lettering on the front of the cabinet saying Cadbury’s at the top (missing but still visible in the glass) an...
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Antique Early 1900s British Edwardian Vitrines

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Mahogany

Antique Arts & Crafts Oak & Glass Country Store Counter Display Showcase, C1900
Located in Big Flats, NY
An antique Arts and Crafts country store counter display case offers oak frame with sliding doors opening to adjustable shelf interior, raise on square and tapered legs, c1900. Me...
Category

Early 20th Century Cabinets

Materials

Glass, Oak

Dutch Beech Apothecary / Filing Cabinet, 1950s
Located in Nijmegen, NL
This apothecary cabinet was designed and made from beech circa 1950 in the Netherlands. It features 36 drawers with metal hardware. The inside of the drawers measure: DWH 36 x 26.5 x...
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Vintage 1950s Dutch Industrial Apothecary Cabinets

Materials

Beech

  • Dutch Beech Apothecary / Filing Cabinet, 1950s
  • Dutch Beech Apothecary / Filing Cabinet, 1950s
  • Dutch Beech Apothecary / Filing Cabinet, 1950s
  • Dutch Beech Apothecary / Filing Cabinet, 1950s
H 70.87 in W 39.77 in D 15.75 in
19th Century French Comtoise Grandfather Clock
Located in Winter Park, FL
A 19th century Country French comtoise, or grandfather clock, with pine case and embossed brass pendulum. The case is from Normandy circa 1900-1920 and the movement is from Marseille...
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Antique 19th Century French French Provincial Grandfather Clocks and Lon...

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Brass, Enamel

Mid-Victorian Moorish Wrought & Cast Iron Pergola or Decorative Garden Structure
Located in London, GB
A monumental Moorish mid-Victorian wrought iron Pergola or Decorative Garden Structure, a masterpiece in High Victorian ironwork design. This Pergola was built around the same time a...
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Antique Late 19th Century European Moorish Architectural Elements

Materials

Wrought Iron

French Oak 19th Century General Store Shop / Display Cabinet or Counter
Located in Nijmegen, NL
Very nice cabinet most likely from a general store to display items. The cabinet is paneled on every side so it probably stood free standing in a shop. The top drawers are fake the b...
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Antique Late 19th Century French Industrial Apothecary Cabinets

Materials

Oak

Antique American Mercantile Store Curved Glass Oak Counter Top Display Cabinet
Located in Portland, OR
A very good antique American oak and curved glass mercantile counter top display case, circa 1900. The display case having a stepped crown & a pair of doors to the rear with the orig...
Category

Antique Early 1900s American American Craftsman Vitrines

Materials

Glass, Oak

Antique French Zinc Oeil De Boeuf Window Frame, Circa 1890
Located in Dallas, TX
Sometimes referred to as a dormer, this zinc oeil de boeuf window frame is from France, circa 1890. First used during the 17th century, the dormers would typically be seen on upper l...
Category

Antique 1890s French Windows

Materials

Zinc

Early 20th Century French Vitrine or Dry Bar with Ebonized Finish and Brass Trim
Located in Troy, MI
French vitrine cabinet or dry bar with new black finish and original brass trim, circa 1920s. Top has sliding glass doors. Bottom has brass figural ornaments, locking door and single...
Category

Early 20th Century French Empire Vitrines

Materials

Brass

Antique English Hand Painted Service Plates Set of Eight
By Copeland Spode, Tiffany & Co.
Located in Lambertville, NJ
A set of eight hand painted English service dinner plates by Copeland Spode, made for Tiffany & Co., NYC. Each one hand painted with a basket of fruit and leaves signed by the artist...
Category

Antique 1890s English Edwardian Dinner Plates

Materials

Porcelain

Untitled
By Roy Lichtenstein
Located in New York, NY
This Lichtenstein plate, commissioned by Rosenthal/Germany, is hand-colored porcelain, stamp signed and inscribed  “Kunstlerplatzteller" / "Rosenthal Studio-Line Germany" (verso), me...
Category

Late 20th Century Contemporary Mixed Media

Materials

Porcelain

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H 12.25 in Dm 12.25 in
French Art Deco Vanity in Black Lacquer and White Leather
By Marie-Christine Dorner
Located in Hudson, NY
The French Art Deco vanity, shown here, is a rare find. Designed by Marie-Christine Dormer for Hotel La Villa, It is in very good vintage condition and perfect today as a desk or va...
Category

Mid-20th Century French Art Deco Vanities

Materials

Bronze

Balloon Dog Women's Shoulder Bag (Hand Signed by Jeff Koons)
By Jeff Koons
Located in New York, NY
Jeff Koons Balloon Dog Women's Shoulder Bag (Hand Signed by Jeff Koons), 2014 100% Leather Shoulder Bag with silkscreened image of yellow balloon dog. Hand signed and dated by Jeff ...
Category

2010s Pop Art Mixed Media

Materials

Leather, Screen

Antique Tiles with Sun and Asbtract Decoration
Located in Leuven , BE
A 6 antique earthenware tiles set evoking a delicate sun-shaped figure surrounded by abstract shapes. A beautiful decorative set that can be used on a chimney or a wall - one of many...
Category

Antique 15th Century and Earlier Ceramics

Materials

Earthenware

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Porcelain Sign, circa 1874, Rare NYC Advertising
By Enamel Juin & Cesbron
Located in Solebury, PA
A rare porcelain sign advertising the Grand Union Hotel In New York, opposite the Grand Central
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Antique 19th Century French Signs

Pre Depression Humpback Porcelain NYC Street Signs
Located in New York, NY
These unique and collectible NYC street signs date to circa 1915. They are porcelain over metal
Category

Early 20th Century American Signs

NYC East Village Humpback Porcelain Sign, c.1910
Located in San Francisco, CA
About An original humpback porcelain NYC street sign from the East Village East 10th street and
Category

Early 20th Century American Industrial Signs

Materials

Metal

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Finding the Right folk-art for You

Folk art refers to a genre of art that shares the creator’s traditions, offering not just an artistic display but an opportunity to learn about a culture. Vintage, new and antique folk art typically reflects a heritage or location. It can include utilitarian objects and handmade art as diverse as weather vanes, portraiture and paintings, carnival art, quilts and duck decoys.

American folk art is frequently valued because of the traditional skills involved, like weaving, hand-carving wood and even stonework. Many folk artists are self-taught, while some train as apprentices within their community. By using available materials and taking a personal approach to their creations, artists ensure each piece is unique and conveys a story. Native American folk art includes functional objects reflecting their heritage, such as baskets, textiles and wooden pieces.

During the Great Depression, artistic materials in America were hard to come by, so artisans used discarded wood from cigar boxes and shipping crates to make highly stylized, notched pieces — most often picture frames and boxes — that are today sought after by collectors. This folk art style is called tramp art and was popular from roughly 1870 until the 1940s.

Folk art brings vibrant culture and traditions into your home. Browse an extensive collection of folk art on 1stDibs.