Betsy Burnham fell into interior design by way of the fashion industry. Influenced by her East Coast roots and a love of color, vintage, travel, and the arts, she is the principal designer of her own boutique LA interior design company, Burnham Design, known for high-design projects that combine refined polish with the grit of the unpredictable. The result? Tailored yet livable spaces highlighted by flashes of street style and a touch of the cutting edge. Her style has been called “an unapologetic mix that layers patterns, texture, and periods.”
Pair of large cobalt blue porcelain temple foo
dogs standing over the world. Symbols of energy and value and are often displayed in a male/female pair. No maker's mark. Male, 16.5"H x 12"W; female, 14.5"H x 12"W.
Pair of oversize glazed porcelain foo dogs, the
female with a pup and the male with its front paw resting on a reticulated ball. Beautiful sand colored glazes. Small hair rosette missing on female mane.
Pair of highly textured Chinese guardian foo dogs
with applied green and brown spiral curls on golden glazed bodies highlighting blue-muzzled expressions. No maker's mark. Light wear and fine crazing.