• The creator of this design was an amazing woman of her time, Marie Zimmerman (1879-1972). She was active in a “man’s world” creating metal sculptures and objects with a distinctive organic style. She came from a wealthy family, didn’t need to work and had no  desire to marry – she was a true maverick. Antonio Ziranda created a beautiful interpretation of Zimmerman’s original vase. We have just ONE!
    • SIZE: 9.75″ high x 10″ wide
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    • Sorry, this vase isn't available for additional discounts.
  • Lucia Mathews and her husband, Arthur, thrived in the Bay Area at the turn of the early 20th century and helped develop a unique California style of the Arts and Crafts Movement that swept America at that time. Recreated with permission from the Oakland Museum of California we are thrilled to offer this limited edition digital print. In keeping with the Arts and Crafts Movement, each print is individually hand-colored in water color and gouache. Be sure to click the Additional Image for a close up of the incredible watercolor detail of the poppy blossoms. About our frames:  Dard Hunter Studios makes our Oak Park frames that are beautifully hand-finished in quarter sawn white oak . Prints are matted and backed with archival materials. You may also be interested in the Dard Hunter oak easel stand.
    • SIZE: 15.75" wide x 23" high
    • Dard Hunter Oak Park frame is 2"wide on all sides.
    • FREE GROUND SHIPPING!
    To learn more about Lucia Mathews, click here.
  • 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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  • Working with copper has been a tradition in Santa Clara del Cobre, Michoacan since pre-Hispanic times. A few of the workshops in Santa Clara have modernized but Antonio Ziranda is keeping the old tradition alive, as do all the craftsmen that I work with.  Michoacan is an agricultural state filled with pine forests, croplands, and fruit orchards. This indigenous design was inspired by the segments you see in oranges and grapefruits, many of which are grown in the nearby Tierra Caliente (hot land), not far from Antonio's village.
    • 8.25" high x 8.5" wide
    • Only TWO left!
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  • Antonio Ziranda made a small edition of this gracefully fluted vase. 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
  • Cobre's expanded offering of wall art features beautifully reproduced images of Gustave Baumann woodcuts. Gustave Baumann (1881-1971) created color woodcut prints of American rural landscapes. Baumann was active in the era before photo-reproduction replaced wood engraving. He was active in the Chicago and Indiana countryside until he took a trip to Taos, NM.....which then became home. He lived in Santa Fe area for more than 50 years and carved into wood southwestern landscapes and spring and summer gardens and orchards. His prints are awash in brilliant, hand-ground pigments. About our frames: Dard Hunter Studios makes our Oak Park frames that are beautifully hand-finished in quarter sawn white oak . Prints are matted and backed with archival materials. You may also be interested in the Dard Hunter oak easel stand.
    • Overall frame size: 21.75" x  20 1/8"
    • Dard Hunter Oak Park frame - frame is 2" wide.
    • FREE GROUND SHIPPING!
    To learn more about Gustave Baumann, click here.
  • We first saw this bowl in the dining room at the famous Greene and Green Gamble Home Museum in Pasadena, California in the mid-1990's. We liked it so much we decided to make it in copper and it's been a hit ever since. This bowl is water-tight and perfect for floating your favorite flowers - a cheerful accent for your home. I use mine for fresh fruit, pretty and functional!
    • 10" across x 4.5" high
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  • These candlesticks are simple and classic and are perfect size for a romantic dinner!
    • 8" high
    • Price includes a set of two candlesticks
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  • We made this hand hammered copper tray in 2014 to commemorate the 20th anniversary of Cobre Copper. It was inspired by an Arts & Crafts tray we saw several years before and artist Anselmo Miranda did a beautiful rendition. Be sure to click the additional image detail to see the intricate blending of the step-beveled rim leading to the repousse flower border and hand cut handles - truly an heirloom piece.
    • 16" wide (including handles); 13.25"  not including handles.
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    You may also be interested in the Dard Hunter oak easel stand.
  • This hand hammered copper plaque features the famous "seed pod" design which was originally created by the Gustav Stickley (1858-1942) workshop.  Stickley was recognized as an originator of American Craftsman style design.  Famous for his quarter-sawn oak furniture, Stickley was also known for his metalwork designs. Click additional images to view "seed pod" detail.
    • SIZE: 12" w.
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    You may also be interested in the Dard Hunter oak easel stand.
  • This beautifully crafted recipe box is for the the cook who has everything! You'll want to have it on your kitchen counter so your guests can enjoy it too.
    • Index Cards not included
    • Made to hold 4" x 6" recipe cards (box measures  4.75" high x 6.5" wide x 3.5" front to back inside measures)
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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
    • Free Shipping in the continental US
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