Founded in 1978 by Micheal Daniels, Daniels Antiques has established itself as a premier destination for those seeking carefully curated antiques. With a commitment to preserving and showcasing the craftsmanship and quality of eras long past, Daniels Antiques has become a treasure trove of historical elegance.
Daniels Antiques boasts two distinct locations, each with its own unique collections. The Aspen, Colorado location is located at 431 E. Hyman Ave in downtown Aspen and was established in 1998. It is the longest standing shop on Hyman Ave. The shop is run by Simon and Michael Daniels. The collections range from the rarest vintage Louis Vuitton trunks, 1920’s prohibition era cocktail shakers, Black Forest carvings, World War 2 binoculars and original Sir Winston Churchill letters, signatures and photographs.
The Fort Lauderdale location is located in the heart of Fort Lauderdale at 615 E Las Olas Blvd. It is run by Jonathan Daniels and Christina Lara. The collection overlaps the Aspen store but also showcases, contemporary artists, rare French Industrial clocks and vintage American slot machines.
For over four decades Daniels Antiques has built, refined and expanded on its collection. Michael Daniels and his two sons are committed to providing their clients with the best experience possible.
Steve Jobs vs Neil Armstrong. After Watson 2011: Posing with a look of pure inspiration (or devious intensity), Steve Jobs is naturally contrasted with another 20th century revolutionary, Neil Armstrong. In this elaborate photomosaic by Alex Guofeng Cao, repeated images of the first man on the moon meld together to produce an icon of the personal-computer-age, a wonderful combination that exemplifies some of the most profound pioneers of the 20th century. Alex Guofeng Cao (born 1969) Steve Jobs vs Neil Armstrong, After Watson, 2011 Archival pigment print, flush-mounted and printed c. 2011, accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity. image/ flush-mount: 108 x 71 1/2in. (274.4 x 181.6cm.)
A Stupendous 36 inch Terraqueous Library Globe: A MAGNIFICENT LIBRARY GLOBE BY CARY OF LONDON AND JOHN ADDISON. MADE FOR OXFORD UNIVERSITY IN 1840.
Supported on a San Domingo Mahogany stand, with curved scroll shaped legs, and a turned and spirally lobed central column, raised upon a concave sided trefoil platform: enclosed within a brass meridian ring graduated in four quadrants, and having an hour dial, marked twice I-XII, the twenty four hand coloured gores are laid onto the hollow sphere, which had been coated with prepared plaster, the equatorial both graduated in degrees and subpided to two minutes; the Greenwich meridian ungraduated,with the equinoctial colure graduated in degrees, and subpided into two minutes labelled every five degrees; the ecliptic graduated for inpidual days, and labelled with the months, five day intervals and the twelve Zodiacal sigils; having the engraved horizon paper graduated in degrees of amplitude and azimuth, and labelled with thirty two compass points. A cartouche on the globe proclaims ‘Published under the Immediate Patronage of, and dedicated by permission to His Most Gracious Majesty George IVth by John Addison, London; Manufactured and Sold by G&J Cary, 86 St James’s Street London’. Dimensions H: 54in/137cm Dia: 42 in / 107 cm.
A Black Forest Dog Umbrella Stand by Walter Mader: A carved mountain maple umbrella stand by Walter Mader, in the form of a life-sized dog standing alertly waiting for his owner. Swiss Carvings: The Art of the ‘Black Forest’, by Michael & Simon Daniels, published by the Antique Collectors Club, Suffolk, England, published 2005 See page 101 for an almost identical subject. The Mader Family of Brienz, a lakeside Swiss village were notable carvers of dog subjects of considerable artistic merit.
A 1920’s Louis Vuitton Trunk with LV monogram: converted into a bespoke traveling bar. Complete with the finest burr walnut brass lined woodwork, a complete set of Baccarat barware, Christian Dior silver and 1930’s Napier & Co silver cocktail shakers.
Marilyn vs Brigitte Bardot 2009 by Alex Cao: Alex Cao recreates iconic photographs out of digital mosaics. His intricate collages, often depicting celebrities, are composed of other well-known images, shrunk down to the size of a pixel. One of his best known pieces is an image of Marilyn Monroe composed of tiny images of Brigitte Bardot.
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