To complement our large selection of European antique furniture and accessories we rent showcases to dealers specializing in small, easy to carry items. Designer and fashion jewelry, vintage glass works and glassware, crystal, porcelain, religious icons are just a few of the items that you will find in some of our showcases. The inventory changes on a regular basis. With new and interesting one of a kind and designer pieces coming in almost daily, you will never run out of exciting treasures to choose from!
Please contact us if you are interested in renting space in one of the many showcases available in our store.
This individual is an excellent source for a wide range of hard to find custom jewelry and accessories, with everything from earrings, necklaces and bracelets to vintage bags and rhinestone belts by some of the best and most desirable American and European designers like Miriam Haskell, Hollycraft, Joseph Mazer, De Mario, Juliana, Ciner, Robert, Hobe…just to name a few. In this case many are pleasantly surprised to also find examples of religious iconography like antique rosaries, candlesticks, and framed and unframed icons.
This team of experts often bring back fond memories for many of our clients with decorative glassware from the 1920's all the way to 1960's. Fancy perfume bottles and beautiful Art Nouveau vases are mixed in with a variety of unique treasures for the discriminating collector or the happy tourist looking for something special to remind them of days gone by or their first vacation to San Francisco.
Our latest addition to the Grand Central Station family is a couple whose reputation is unrivaled in the Bay Area for clocks and clock repair. This case represents a small sampling of the variety and quality you can expect to find here. Their selling area includes Grandfather Clocks, rare items like Aircraft Chronometer Clock, Automobile Clocks & WWII Chelsea Ship Clock. Plus, Cartier, Gilbert Co., Seth Thomas &Ingraham Ace are just a few of the many clock makers that they carry.
Ever wonder what you can do with a 19th Century French Louis XVI style triple door armoire? In this case we removed the silvering from the mirrors, added LED lighting and turned the armoire into a beautiful French Vitrine. All this was done to properly showcase the finer porcelain, crystal, and silver acquired over many years by a more sophisticated collector for the more experienced and discerning buyer. The prices reflect the exceptional quality. These items are a pleasure to see whether you looking to buy or to just appreciate the finer things in life.