Architectural Artifacts Inc

Chicago, IL

About Architectural Artifacts Inc

Architectural Artifacts, Inc. travels and searches the world over for genuinely wild items. Our incredible body of inventory is housed in our 80,000 square foot Chicago warehouse space. Every piece we sell has immense character which has inspired designers, architects and art connoisseurs since 1987. All items for sale are genuine and the far majority of our inventory is gathered on buying trips around the world. We carefully inspect and select the pieces we offer for sale and do our very best to preserve the stories behind each item. We carry incredible light fixtures...Read More

Architectural Artifacts Inc

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Antique Late 19th Century United States Balustrades and Fixtures
Iron
A beautifully intricate cast iron stair panel from the Mecca Apartment Building. Built in 1891 by the firm of Edgebrook and Burnham, the Mecca was originally built as a luxury hotel ...
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Early 20th Century United States Drawings
Paper
An American architectural presentation drawing of a Chicago apartment building to be built at the corner of Dewitt and Chestnut, 1926.
Henry Ives Cobb and Charles Summer
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Antique Late 19th Century United States Historical Memorabilia
Bronze
A set of three bronze balusters with a stars and stripes motif from the Chicago Federal Building, 1898-1965, built by Architect Henry Ives Cobb. On custom wall mounts.
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Early 20th Century France Garden Ornaments
Iron
A French cast iron crucifix with a sunflower motif, circa 1900.
George Grant Elmslie
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Early 20th Century United States Architectural Elements
Terracotta
A George Elmslie designed terra cotta building fragment with an intricate floral design from the Oliver Morton School in Hammond Indiana, 1936-1991.
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21st Century United States Industrial Industrial and Work Tables
Metal, Pine
An extra large and extra cool American pine top table on a pipe base with six legs.
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Early 20th Century United States Historical Memorabilia
Iron
An American cast iron bridge fragment from the 'S' curve on Chicago's Lake Shore Drive. These railings were removed when the upper sidewalk was eliminated to widen the traffic lanes.
Louis Sullivan
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Late 20th Century United States Historical Memorabilia
Terracotta
A fantastic fragment from the Gage building, 1898, designed by the legendary firm of Adler and Sullivan. This rare fragment was removed from the building, which still stands, during ...
Louis Sullivan
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Late 20th Century United States Historical Memorabilia
Terracotta
A fantastic fragment from the Gage building, 1898, designed by the legendary firm of Adler and Sullivan. This rare fragment was removed from the building, which still stands, during ...
Adler & Sullivan
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Antique Late 19th Century United States Historical Memorabilia
Composition
An extremely rare Louis Sullivan designed composition fragment from the Schlesinger and Mayer building, 1899, which later became Carson Pirie Scott Department Store. On a custom mount.
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20th Century Nigeria Primitives
Wrought Iron
A large wrought iron hoe currency piece from the Afo people of Nigeria on a custom mount.
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Early 20th Century Argentina More Dining and Entertaining
Metal, Glass
An Argentine four-tier tabletop caramelera candy shop display.

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