Monday, March 27, 2017

Zoomorphic Modernism

This amazing pair of bowls are from the great Aldo Londi working for Bitossi in the 1950s. A wonderful pair of donkey headed bowls with color blocked interiors. Sold as originally only as a pair, the largest bowl is 16 inches diameter and both are in mint condition.
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Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Triangular Triumph

A very large scale, one-of-a-kind piece by the hand of Eva Staer-Nielsen for Saxbo, where she worked from 1929 - 1968, placing this piece, circa 1950, at the very middle of her tenure at this Danish studio.
 Hexagonal in shape, but with a most interesting and arresting element - the upright and inverse triangles the shape forms on the surface design.
A substantial piece @ 10" x 9.5"
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Monday, March 20, 2017

Spring Has Sprung

Treat your tabletop or brighten your bedside with a fresh accessory.
Mid-Century glazed and gilt boxes from the South of France bring a much needed touch of spring into the home.
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Friday, March 17, 2017

Architectural Digest Design Show

We were pleased to be asked by Shawn Henderson, one of our favorite clients and a superstar in the interior design world, to lend our fine ceramics to his showcase at the Architectural Digest Design Show, happening this weekend at the 92nd and 94th Street Piers, here in Manhattan (March 16-19).
Our fine Scandinavian ceramics accentuate his livable luxury aesthetic.
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Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Windows to Our World

Spring has sprung at The End of History - whether the weather agrees or not! We are feeling the need to brighten up the neighborhood with shades of yellow, green and blues of all hues.
Stop by and see the display in person and get a respite from all the slush that surrounds.
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Friday, March 10, 2017

Fine French Finds

Moorish is more when it comes to these mid-century ceramics from a French artist named Georges Pelletier. We recently rediscovered his work and, of course, can't get enough. These ceramic dishes are meant for either hanging or for tabletop. The patterns and colors are modern yet reminiscent of Moorish tiles and rugs.
Approximately 3 - 5" Square
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Monday, March 6, 2017

Stunning Stålhanes

Three just acquired items created by the hand of the great Carl-Harry Stålhane for Rörstrand, circa 1950s, Sweden.
The 11" greenish glazed vase has a lovely smattering of mottled details near the neck and the blue 7.5" vessle is perfectly periwinkle with a thin illuminated lip at the opening.
The just shy of chartreuse bowl is dizzingly decorated -  an impressive size at 13" in diameter
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Friday, March 3, 2017

Pastel Platter

An Italian hand-painted dish, made expressly for hanging, with a rather gamine gal - very much in the manner of Audrey Hepburn - maybe even inspired by her role in 1953's Roman Holiday OR perhaps she's in Dior's New Look in gay Paris.
10" x 10"
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