Historically Significant Pieces
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Louis Sullivan copper over iron medallion from a light fixture at the Guaranty Building in Buffalo, New York circa 1895
A rare frieze from an elevator surround of the Chicago Stock Exchange building, by Adler & Sullivan (1893; demolished 1972). Copper over cast iron.
A remarkable pair of iron elevator doors from Adler & Sullivan's Chicago Stock Exchange building (c. 1893; demolished 1972). These extremely rare doors are from the private elevator of the Exchange and differ in design from those of the public elevator-bank.
Beautiful pair of leaded glass panels from the Morse House in Glencoe, IL designed by architect George Maher in 1906. Priced as a pair.
Terrific pair of leaded glass, arched top doors, from the Morse House in Glencoe, IL designed by architect George Maher in 1906. Priced as a pair.
From Burma, a very rare polychrome/gilt temple altar, circa mid-18th century. Fantastic.