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David Roberts original duotone lithographs, 15% off.

All Furniture 15% off.

All Hosig di baskets 15% off,

All Kenny Hall Indians 15% off

and all Giclée's 15% off

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Our unique company has been offering the finest art, design objects, Hosig di baskets, and beautiful pearls for over 35 years.

We search always for unique design objects to enhance your home. Sculpture, art glass, African art, and furniture are featured in our offerings.

Our fine pearls are made into one of a kind necklaces with clasps made of diamonds, and other fine stones. We do not offer mass produced pearl products.

We can restore your paintings to their former beauty and can clean and flatten damaged prints. We do our restoration in house.

Please notify us at 404-456-3536 or at, and at 561-251-1425 or


Wow. This is a beautiful basket is clean, crisp, with a tight weaving of Military parrots and another bright blue tropical bird. This is a dramatic presentation. This is one of our medium sized baskets with superior colors and weaving technique. It is truly one of the best. 

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1796 - 1864

Views of Egypt, Nubia, and the Holy Land, Duo-Tone Lithograph with hand finishing. Published London 1842-49. This set of 250 images of Egypt and the Holy Land was and is considered the greatest lithographic work of the 19th century.   more>

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A unique pair of American alligator upholstered club chairs from the late 1920's. The frames were purchased as French but they have what we think are English castors. We will call them French Club Chairs, perhaps.  

19 American alligator hides were purchased to cover the two chairs using the original leather as a pattern and guide. It took a whole box of titanium sewing needles to sew the thick hides together. After six months of work the chairs are ready for sale. 

This pair is unique in the world. The detail on the upholstery is superb. The arms are sprung as are the seats. They are so comfortable.

We are only asking $35,000 for the pair. They are easily worth double that amount. We will gladly send you additional pictures as needed

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The History of the Indian Tribes of North America is a three-volume collection of Native American biographies and accompanying lithograph portraits, originally published in the United States from 1836 to 1844 by Thomas McKenney and James Hall.

Almost all of the original paintings were destroyed in the Smithsonian fire of 1863. What remains of this great effort are the lithographs from his history.

We have published in Giclee the 117 portraits shown here. Printed on cotton rag paper with archival inks to the highest definition available to date.

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