Antony Todd’s charm and encyclopedic knowledge of antiques set him apart from a sea of fellow minimalists. Growing up in Melbourne, Australia, he was inspired by a love of nature and the sophistication of his cosmopolitan city, cultivating his vision by studying drawing and classical music. He made his debut as an event designer in 1995 when he founded Antony Todd Inc. Now based in NYC, Antony’s less-is-more aesthetic finds expression in all aspects of design--interiors, special events, and his latest venture, retail furniture and accessories.
Large Murano glass bowl with two raised sides
in a light green glass decorated throughout with iridescent copper mottling. An unusually large piece dating from around 1960. From a San Francisco collection of Murano glass.
Large Japanese Imari-style bowl featuring a hand-painted image
of a Japanese village in the center, surrounded by multiple panels each depicting a different scene with a wood base. No maker's mark. Slight wear.
19th-century flow blue dinner bowl hand-painted with an
assortment of lilacs and lilies on the interior and exterior. The design is three dimensional and has some gold trim around the inner and outer layer of the bowls edges. Minor age ...