Wall-hanging of a Celtic cross.
9" in diameter
Door panel of an armoire. See the whole armoire under "Cabinets."
Chinese design for the top of a
See the table under "Tables"
Buddhist endless knot, symbol of eternity, for the top of a coffee table. See the table under "Tables"
Door panel on TV cabinet. See the whole cabinet under "Cabinets."
Wall-hanging carving of a green man
15" in diameter
Cabinet door panel. See the whole cabinet under "Cabinets."
Wall hanging of Philadelphia fire mark, maple and mahogany
3/4" deep x 13" high x 10" high
Fire marks were phenomena of eighteenth-century Philadelphia. Insurance companies would "mark" houses covered by their policies. These fire marks featured a background of wood, the company's logo in metal (usually lead), and the customer's policy number, painted beneath. If the house caught fire and had a company's mark attached to it, the company would put out the fire. If not, too bad! The image here is of the fireman's lift, four hands joined together. I like it because it symbolizes help, solidarity, and cooperation.
Price: $480, with your choice of numbers painted below the carving.