- • Stained glass transom over door: salvaged from a dismantled house in Philadelphia
• Iron art deco chandelier: salvaged from a San Francisco/Bay Area theater
• Bronze sculpture: Floyd Marchi (Stephanie's father).
• Candelabrum: Bradley and Hubbard.
- • "French Area" - Mostly 18th century Louis XV furnishings mixed with faience figurines and plates (inherited from Stephanie's uncle Jay, an antique dealer in Manhattan)
• Still life 19th century Italian artist Sylvane Chellini
• Iron work on the wall (it's a pair of gates): found at the Alameda Flea Mart
• Tables: made from wood salvaged during the building process
• Chandeliers: salvaged from a dismantled house in Connecticut
• Fireplace stones: gathered on the cheap from a local riverbed
- • Mirror: Art Nouveau sculpted copper frame
• Chandelier: antique French Regency
- • The 2" solid maple countertops were salvaged from a local bakery during their remodel — they were going to just throw them away!
• Refrigerator/Freezer: looks cool and it was cheap! Just a Frigidaire refrigerator and freezer with the handles placed to match
• How 'bout that mixer? A 20 quart Univex
- • Iron gate and frames: Alameda Flea Mart finds.
• Small oak Louis XV table with rouge royale marble top: French 18th century
- • Re-purposed turn of the century Art Deco Buffet
- • French 18th century refectory table
• Shutters and windows on wall: Alameda Flea Mart
• Fireplace mantle and surround: salvaged from a dismantled farmhouse in Tennessee
• Cabinets: all hand built by Mark
• Bronze sculpture: Floyd Marchi (Stephanie's father)
- • Pool table, circa 1917, was from a local saw mill's "Men's Club". With the table we acquired the club's registration log which is full of very colorful entries from the turn of the century up to the seventies.
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