• Potters and metalsmiths of the Arts and Crafts period loved to work with this classic organic form. This photo of the vase and magnolia blossom has been a Cobre icon for more than 20 years.
    • 5.5" wide x 3.5" high
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  • Grueby Faience Company was founded in 1894 by William Grueby who was inspired by the matte glazes on French pottery, particularly the cucumber green that became the company's hallmark, and the refined simplicity of Japanese ceramics. In its heyday Grueby was sold through Tiffany Studios in New York City and Gustav Stickley who incorporated their tiles in his furniture. Alas, due to bankruptcy, a fire and eventual sale the company closed for good in 1920. This beauty measures 12" high and has a subtle, abstracted leaf and pod design in repousse.
    • SIZE: 12" high
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  • We haven't offered this vase for several years but Antonio Ziranda sent me a small edition and we have just ONE left! The inspiration for this sculptural vase is a Teco Pottery vase I saw at the Frank Lloyd Wright Home & Studio, Oak Park, Illinois.           JUST 1 LEFT!
    • SIZE: 12" high x 4" wide at base x 3" wide at mouth
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  • This hand hammered copper vase was inspired by a piece in Frank Lloyd Wright's private collection which was originally created in 1909 by a Russian coppersmith.
    • 9" high (base 3.15" wide, flared mouth 4" wide)
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  • These candlesticks are simple and classic and the perfect size for most table settings.
    • 8" high
    • Price includes a set of two
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  • The natural world was a continual source of inspiration for artistsans of all media during the Arts & Crafts period. A 1910 ceramic vase with an abstracted "leaf" design inspired Antonio Ziranda to create this beautifully crafted vase. Just ONE left!

    • SIZE: 5.5" high x 6.5" wide
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  • A Gustave Stickley-style nut bowl circa 1910 inspired this copper bowl that is beautiful and functional too! Just 3 left!

    • SIZE: 3" high x 7" wide
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  • I first visited Santa Clara del Cobre in Michoacan, Mexico in the 1980s, a village that has worldwide fame for its copperwork. During subsequent trips, I always made time to visit the Museo Nacional del Cobre, a wonderful place to see the best of the best, full of award winning masterpieces that date back decades.   It was during one of those visits that this bowl caught my eye.  I was immediately fascinated with the organic pre-Hispanic design, its full belly implying abundance. I had to find the artist! It took a bit of digging but eventually I met Master Coppersmith Antonio Ziranda and thus began our working relationship. The original bowl is huge, 20" wide. I asked Antonio to create a scaled down version and it is beautiful.
    • SIZE: 4.25" high x 6.75" widest
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  • Antonio Ziranda made a small edition of this gracefully fluted vase, our first offering for 2024! When we first introduced this vase years ago, scouts for "Martha Stewart Living" spotted it. Later that year it was featured in the magazine - beautifully styled of course!
    • 12" high x 8.5" at the widest
    • $325
  • Every few years Master Coppersmith Antonio Ziranda makes a small edition of this "Etched Arrowhead"  vase.  This beauty measures 9" high x 9.5" at the widest and is heirloom quality. We have just ONE left!         SIZE: 9" high x 9.5" at the widest
  • Sale!

    Hand-hammered Copper Classic Contemporary Vase

    Original price was: $165.00.Current price is: $130.00.
    In the early days of Cobre Copper a local furniture dealer wanted a few classic  hammered copper vases to complement their furniture gallery. This is one of the designs they asked us to make and it was so popular it became a staple in their store for years. Antonio Ziranda has created a small edition and it's just as beautiful today as it was 30 years ago.
    • SIZE: 8" high x 4.25" at the widest
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    • Sorry, no additional discounts on sale items
  • Sale!

    Hand-hammered Ribbed Bowl

    Original price was: $125.00.Current price is: $100.00.
    Albert Berry (1880-1949) immigrated from England at a young age and studied at the Rhode Island School of Design. After years of work in design he moved to Alaska and worked as a miner. The natural beauty of Alaska and the Pacific Northwest fascinated him. His work was heavily influenced by Alaskan and Northwest motifs which made his Arts and Crafts copperwork unique.
    • SIZE: 2.75″ high x 6″ at the widest
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    • Sorry! No additional discounts on sale items.
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