eBAY ROUNDUP of Vintage Home Finds

Check out these fab eBay vintage home auctions ending in the next few days including items by Gucci, Sciolari, Georg Jensen, Paul McCobb and Brian Willsher. Be sure not to miss the pair of antique Salviati glass candlesticks, the figural bronze andirons of American Indians and the cement sphinx statue.

vintage 1960s pair of teak lounge chairsvintage mid-century ernest sohn coffee samovar setvintage tony paul for westwood lampvintage pair of 1960s french convex sunburst mirror

pair of antique chinese reverse glass paintingsvintage replogle floor globevintage pair of c 1910 salviati glass candlesticksvintage 1950s danish teak long credenza sideboard

vintage mid-century brass maple burl lampvintage 1955 paul mccobb bar cartvintage art deco bakelite chrome lampvintage gucci champagne bucket with stirrup cups

vintage cement sphinx statuevintage 1968 brian willsher wood sculpturevintage 1970s sciolari chandeliervintage 1908 nymphenburg german porcelain leopard by prof karner

antique folk art childs wheeantique 19th century samuel marti figural marble clockantique 1909 boxed silver saltsantique english maple highboy

antique american indian bronze andironsvintage bird cage pendant lightvintage 1930s georg jensen sterling silver coffee and tea setvintage koch & lowy demi lune lamps


PLEASE NOTE that Zuburbia does not endorse the use of fur, feathers, coral, leather or animal skins in home decor. These selections are offered only as more thoughtful and eco-friendly alternatives for contemporary decorators who have not yet eliminated animal products from their homes or for collectors purchasing for preservation.

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