Off The Wall Antiques

Los Angeles, CA

About Off The Wall Antiques

Founded in 1979 by Dennis and Lisa Boses, Off The Wall Antiques has grown from a tiny storefront to one of the major figures in the international antiques community. Originally based on Melrose Ave. in Los Angeles, we have enhanced private and museum collections around the world. Off the Wall has also helped create the interior decor of major restaurants and clothing chains, including The Hard Rock Cafe and Planet Hollywood. After taking on a partner in Dennis Clark in 1989, the Boses were freed to travel the world, procuring even greater and more unique treasures. Off t...Read More

Off The Wall Antiques

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Vintage 1960-1969 United States Folk Art Sculptures and Carvings
Steel
A charming outdoor welded steel sculpture signed Lawson. The work depicts a rural barefoot family, seated on a slatted bench. The little girl is clutching a flower, and the mother ha...
Curtis Jere
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Vintage 1970-1979 United States Mid-Century Modern Floor Lamps
Steel
Curtis Jere company produced a number of decorative items in the 1970s, primarily metallic wall sculptures. They also created the "crane" lamp, available in a small tableto...
Baron Margo
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1990-1999 United States Steampunk Figurative Sculptures
Aluminum, Resin
Los Angeles folk artist Baron Margo is known for his elaborate metal sculptures using "found" items. He has created multiple items from tiny tabletop items, to massive stan...
Unknown
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Vintage 1950-1959 Mexico Mid-Century Modern Decorative Bowls
Silver Plate, Brass, Copper, Abalone
A lovely decorative bowl for candies or any small items. The body is made from copper, with a silver plated centre lining. The legs are solid brass, with abalone inlay. The head is m...
Unknown
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Vintage 1940-1949 United States Art Deco Figurative Sculptures
Plaster
This wonderful pair of charming fellows once graced the interior of a mens clothing store. They were used to illustrate the same suit, but in different color options. They can free s...
Unknown
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Vintage 1930-1939 United States Primitive Primitives
Glass, Wood
A great organizer for any kitchen, this charming counter display features nine glass containers for holding anything from crackers to candies. Each container has an aluminum cover, t...
Blackhawk
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Vintage 1940-1949 United States Art Deco Decorative Boxes
Aluminum, Steel
The mother of all bomb toolboxes! We have a few of these over the years, but have never been able to offer the pair together. Created in the 1940s, the Blackhawk tool company created...
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Vintage 1950-1959 Germany Art Deco Figurative Sculptures
Plaster
Started in Holland in 1957, the Trans Europ Express trains were a cooperative between West Germany, Italy, Switzerland, France, and the Netherlands. They were first class business tr...
Guy Pullen
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Vintage 1960-1969 United States Folk Art Sculptures and Carvings
Wire
Guy Pullen was a California based artist, with a degree in commercial art. He moved onto Catalina Island, where he ran a hair salon, creating sculptures in his free time. As his scul...
John Vassos
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Vintage 1930-1939 United States Art Deco More Lighting
Aluminum, Glass
When radio and television stations were creating live programs, they had to have a signal to let one know that they were rolling, and not to interrupt. The finest "on air" ...
Karim Rashid
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2000-2009 Italy Modern Loveseats
Steel, Fiberglass
The "Loveseat" designed by Karim Rashid, was produced in Milan in a limited edition of 120 in 2007. Made in conjunction with Veuve Clicquot champagne, the sculptural seats ...
Zenith
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Vintage 1930-1939 United States Art Deco Side Tables
Wood
Most American households had only a radio for entertainment and news in the days before the advent of television. The living room had the large upright cabinet units, while smaller t...

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