Material Culture

Since 1993, thousands of shoppers and collectors have found inspiration in Material Culture’s 60,000 square foot emporium of art, antiques, crafts, furnishings, and architectural elements from around the world. They offer a vast and constantly changing inventory of unique art and design objects, antiques and folk art items, to complement home decor, commercial spaces and special design projects. In addition to their large saleroom, Material Culture host frequent auctions, bringing their rare and specialist items to an audience beyond their Philadelphia roots; their auctions regularly attract thousands of online bidders from over 50 countries, and they place the highest priority on achieving the best results by reaching a global audience.

In addition to estate sales, Material Culture's special auctions typically feature decorative arts and furnishings, including ethnographic objects, carpets, textiles and folk art from a huge range of peoples, cultures and periods.

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American Folk Art Carved Wood Deer, c. 1920
American Folk Art Carved Wood Deer, c. 1920. Size: 8.25'' x 12'' x 3.5'', 21 x 30 x 9 cm (including base). Material Culture
Joseph Wolins (American, 1915-1999) Oil painting
Joseph Wolins (American, 1915-1999) Oil painting on canvas board. Size: 24" x 20", 61 x 51 cm (board). Material Culture
22 Antique Bangles, Cameroon
22 Antique Bangles, Cameroon. Twenty two thin, flat, wearable, beautifully aged, dark tan African ivory bangles, with one wide, flat piece, classically attached to dried palm fiber roll in a sleeve shape, Bamileke, Cameroon Grassfields; excellent condition. 19th C. Ranging in size from 0.25'' x 2.75'' x 2.75'' (1 x 7 x 7 cm) to 1.5'' x 3.5'' x 3.5'' (4 x 9 x 9 cm). Provenance: ex: Ella Jaffe Freidus collection. IMPORTANT NOTICE: INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING IS NOT available for this item. This item will only be shipped within the United States, except to California, Connecticut, New Jersey and New York. All buyers agree to comply with any additional restrictions regarding the trade of endangered species as a condition of the sale. It is the purchaser's responsibility to obtain any licenses and/or certificates as well as any other required documentation prior to shipment. In the case of denial or delay of any required documentation or paperwork, the buyer will still be responsible for making on-time payment for the total purchase price for the lot. Therefore, if you are unsure, Material Culture recommends that you DO NOT BID on this item. We support the ban on the Commercial Ivory Trade. Material Culture
Central Asian Earthenware Votive/Dancing Figures
Central Asian Earthenware Votive/Dancing Figures. Size: 5" x 8" x 8" (13 x 20 x 20 cm). Provenance: Estate of Professor Louis Flam. Material Culture
Ancient Pre Columbian Clay Chancay Figure
Ancient Pre Columbian Clay Chancay Figure. Size: 4.75"H x 3.25"W, 12 x 8 cm (object). Provenance: Bob Brand and Liz Werthan, Philadelphia. Material Culture
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4700 Wissahickon Avenue
Suite 101
Philadelphia, PA 19144