Collectors alert! A beautiful artist-made LePage lucite vase has just been donated to the Fanciful Flea silent auction at the Marshall Island Studios on Feb. 13th!

These Lucite vases are wonderfully modern. Vibrant in color and whimsical in shape. Destined to be sought after for generations to come, as they are so unique and creatively designed. Each lucite vase is hand signed by this wonderful artist who began her artistic career in Ontario, Canada before moving to New York City where she first started working with jewelry before moving on to creating functional art for the home. In her own words this artist says she tries to “bring forth the light and beauty to be found in life’s simplest moments.” This artist chose to work with lucite because of its ability to manipulate color, light and texture. “It offers a fluidity and a reflective quality that is truly sensual and soothing.”

She has designed exclusive products for the Museum of Modern Art in New York as well as being featured in magazines such as Wallpaper, WWD, Elle, British Elle Decor, Metropolitsn Home, and on the covors of Harper’s Bazaar and Cosmopolitan. Read more about it here:…/for-…/lucite-vase-jacks-charm…




Make time to bid on this antique clock! Stenciled Column and Splat Shelf Clock, Eli Bartholomew & Co., Bristol, Connecticut, mahogany veneered case with maker’s label inside, stenciled columns flanking a full length-door with looking glass, painted splat and thirty-hour wooden movement with iron weights and pendulum, (looking glass replaced, veneer repairs on door), ht. 33 1/2 in.