All of our functiional art pieces are one-of-a-kind, never massed produced items. This website is a small sampling of our products and will be updated and changed frequently, so visit us often. Call or contact us by email if you have questions, need additional details on the item or wish to arrange for purchase/delivery.
Go Green! Amplify your cell phone the "green way" with these unique non-electric amplifiers. Each piece is made from antique (not replicas) phonograph horns mounted to a custom crafted soundbox. These items are one-of-a-kind and made from very rare items.
Amplify your cell phone's music powerlessly while you magnify its screen image. The vintage horn is mounted onto a round custom fabricated oak base sound chamber.
Weight 13 pounds.
This unique metal amplifier horn is mounted to an art deco style base of metal discs and ribs. The core of the base is a custom fabricated oak sound chamber. This piece harkens back to the days of early aviation.
This Atwater Kent Radio Horn sits atop a vintage vinyl record; the vinatage phonograph needle arm completes the look. The custom designed sound chamber channels sound from your cell phone into the horn for natural amplification.
Weight 13 pounds.
We have wall lighting ranging from Industrial to Nautical styles.
A vintage wood pully is mounted to corrugeted siding with a suspended green porcelain shade. Rope cording runs from the lamp around the pulley and is secured to a weathered dock cleat. A rotary switch is located on the front of the siding just beneath the cleat. Weight 10# Height 22", Width 13", Depth 16"
Cast some new light upon your indoor reading space. A vintage pulley rolls across black iron pipe to position your light wherever you like along the four-foot track. The track is mounted to a distressed and stained wood plank. Power is provided through hemp wrapped rope cording. A rotary switch is located below the dock cleat on the plank. This piece is slightly longer than four feet. Mounting bolts are spaced at sixteen incles to match standard wall stud spacing.
This is a large statement wall piece 24" H x 19" W x 10" D. Three vintage Washington Iron Works gauges are mounted on weathered corrugated siding. The Edison style light in protective cage casts a down light while LED back lighting adds style to the piece. Two rotary switches on the lower edge control the light bulb and LED lights. LED lights have multiple color settings.
Everything from simple to grand, rusty to shiny.
Small Pulley Table Light perfect for a desk or other small space.
This inverted large wood pulley table light looks great with round Edison style bulbs. The on/off toggle switch is incorporated into the electrial hemp wrapped power cord.
These vintage scientific calipers look to be putting the grip on the
Edison style light bulb. The on/off switch is on the wooden base. Weight 3.4 pounds Height 13",
Depth 7" Width 9"
All fans have been completely deconstructed and rewired with fun new features.
This vintage Western Electric fan is now a functional art piece and light. The shining brass blades rotate at a safe speed for interest, not meant to be for cooling. The Edison style bulb mounted to the back of the stand provides light and style.
This vintage General Electric fan has been completely disasembled and restored. Where the fan blades once were are now four Edison style bulbs that rotate with the flip of a switch. Two separate switches control the lights and the rotation. This is a very rare and unique item.
This is a sampling of our one-of-a-kind table top "Jack Lamps".
This vintage cast iron screw jack is mounted on a diamond plate iron based and shows off its original weathered black paint. The handle is new but has been distressed. Height 14", Width 10", and Depth 5"
This lamp is made from a Reliable No. 37 antique cast iron flip-top car jack. Mounted to a wood base, the twisted cloth electrical cord (with rotary switch) completes the vintage charm of this piece. Weight 13.5 pounds. H 17"x W 9" x D 6"
This is a large vintage jack No. 18. The cast iron jack shows off its original weathered red finish. Mounted on a wood base, and with a new but distressed handle. Height 17", Width 9" and Depth 6"
We bring new life to vintage mixers by converting to countertop accent lighting
A rare 1940's era General Electric Vertical Mixer, Model #149M8 has been rewired with lights where the mixing paddles once connected. To complete the vintage charm, the 48" electrical cord is cloth wrapped. Bowl is included. This mixer is 10" x 14" x 15" and wieghs just over 10 pounds.
This hard to find Betty Crocker branded mixer from 1959 will really make a statement in a vintage kitchen. A blue night light glows in the main body of the mixer as well as one beneath the mixing bowl platform; these are controlled by an inline toggle switch. The lights in the mixer paddle sockets have a separate on/off switch on the body of the mixer. Bowl is included.
This is a 1940's era Hamilton Beach Model G Mixer that now serves as an accent lamp. The new cloth wrapped electrical cord has a built in on/off toggle switch to control the light bulbs that are wired into the former mixing paddle sockets. This mixer is 8" x 14.5" x 14" and 11.8 pounds.
Make a statement on your desk with these unique table top light/charging stations.
Recharge your phone on this wireless phone charger. The vintage Weston A.C Ammeter Model 155 is mounted on iron pipe with an Edison style bulb down light. Two separate switches control the down light and the glowing LED light within the ammeter. This one-of-a-kind piece will not disapoint. The wooden base incorporates a wireless phone charger.
A vintage fruit press has been reimagined into a table light/cell phone charger. The Edison style bulb sits under the press handle. A glowing blue resin in the base and the blue lit charging cord lead to your phone giving the appearance that the energy is being squeezed from the light source into the cord.
18 Pounds, Height 21", Width 15",
For those who love the water, whether it be lakeside or oceanside, these items will surely make a statement.
A vintage brass proppeller, pressure gauge and Edison syle bulb are mounted on a base of sealed wormwood. The wormwood is from a recovered submerged piling from Puget Sound. To complete the look, the base has been rimmed in a rusted metal strip with metal rivits.
This comes with a five foot cloth wrapped cord.
Height 10", Width 12", Depth 10"
Here's something for those who love the water and fishing. This one-of-a-kind tabletop lamp features a brass propeller and vintage fishing reel and lure. The piece is mounted to wood that was once part of a pier in WA state. The wood was reclaimed from being submerged in Puget Sound for several years. There are visable holes and tunnels in the wood that salt water mollusks created while the wood was within the water. The wood base is wrapped with a rusted metal strip and rivets.
Steampunk and Industrial Style Furniture Pieces For Home or Commercial Space
The perfect computer desk for a home office/school setting. The computer station features a pull-out keyboard shelf and vintage green enamel down light. The base of the desk is fabricated from a vintage sewing machine base, complete with original foot treadle and spinning drive wheel. Desk top wood is distressed, stained and rimmed in black laquered steel trim. Iron piping leading to the lamp displays an antique brass pressure guage.
One-of-a-kind, high top table featuring a vintage 1949/1950 Montgomery Ward Sea King 5 HP outboard motor. The base is a vintage wood pulley. The clear glass top rimmed with rope completes the nautical look. This is a very solid table of fine craftmanship. Height 42", Diameter 24" (Chairs not included)
We have combined vintage elements into all our functional art.
This tabletop light features an antique gear and brass and glass steam engine oiler. The pipe structure is mounted on a black laquer and resin coated wood base. A rotary on/off switch is on the base. This is a very large and heavy statement piece. Dimensions are Height 23", Depth 12" & Width 14".
For the fan of vintage industrial and electrical hardware! This is a rare 1902 Westinghouse Electric Synchronoscope, Style S48580, Serial# 47. The synchronoscope is mounted to a weathered iron disc and attached to a vintage wood foundry mold base. The meter is back lit with yellow led lights and the meter face is also lit with yellow LED lighting. Wieghing in at over 18 pounds this is a solid piece.
This piece brings together Minnesota history and vintage industrial style. A vintage Cuttler Hammer Rheostat from the city of Duluth, MN newspaper print room is the featured element. Mounted on a vintage wood cast base and aged metal backing really help showcase this unique item. An illuminated vintage factory light sits on top and the gauge is backlit and internally lit with yellow LED lighting.
Height 31", Depth & Width 13"
Weight 37.5 Pounds