Wendy Riva and Andrea Gibbin met 20 years ago when they were, respectively, an art director and a set decorator in the film biz. Fast-forward two decades and you’ll find that they’re transforming more than sets these days. Their stylish, globally inspired design vision has left its eclectic and colorful mark on top-tier Hollywood homes, on the editors of Elle Decor (who dubbed it “bohemian chic”), and in myriad stylish spaces throughout San Francisco and LA.
Set of three 1960s McCoy American pottery pieces
with marbleized glazes in rich platinum and purple shades. Set includes a three-footed bowl and two vases in period elliptical and free-form shapes. Impressed into the clay of the two largest pieces ...
Set of three 1930s Gladding McBean California pottery
vases. Matte ivory exterior glazes, glossy turquoise interior glazes. From a design line made by Gladding McBean from 1935 to 1937. All vases marked GMcB within the company oval mark used beginning ...