eBAY ROUNDUP: Vintage Home Finds

Check out these fab eBay vintage and antique home auctions ending soon. Don’t miss the 1950s Mitchell Bobrick lamp, the antique embossed sterling teapot, the pair of mid-century teak planters, the Hans Wegner for Adreas Tuck extending dining table and the 1960s Paco Rabanne mesh curtain.

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vintage mid-century chrome sculpturevintage 1950s hans wegner for andreas tuck teak extending dining tablevintage set mid-century wall sconcesantique cast iron windmill weight folk art

vintage 1920s art nouveau bronze cherub chandelierantique 19th century frenc inlaid portico clockvintage pair art deco glass and wood bedside lampsvinatge chinese 20th century famille rose seated emperor figure

antique pair czech bohemian enamel crystal lampsvintage geometric kinetic table sculpturevintage 1972 sottsass sinus lampvintage 1924 huge norman kennedy california impressionist oil painting

vintgae mid-century guido gambone studio vesselantique indian colonial sterling embossed teapotvintage pair mid-century danish solid teak plantersantique 1900s pair large chinese porcelain vases

vintage 1970s herman miller panton chairsvintage 1960s paco rabanne mesh curtain room dividervintage 1939 sterling silver teapot and coffee potvintage mahogany sheet music cabinet

vintage 1910s art nouveau gilded bronze chandeliervintage don drumm aluminum wall artantique 1889 louis solon mintons pate-sur-pate vasevintage 1950s mitchell bobrick lamp

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 wardrobes or for collectors purchasing for preservation.

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