Chris Benz is an American designer whose bold, exuberant collections convey a sense of history and progress--with an unabashed use of color and texture, and a deft use of prints. The designer is also acclaimed for his subversion of traditional design codes and techniques. His witty and distinctive point of view, which has been described as “perfect imperfection,” is designed to be accessible without sacrificing personality, and to reflect the dialogue between style and real life.
English garden bell and miniature Copeland vase in
the Chinese Rose pattern. Bell, 7.5"Dia x 7"H; vase, 2.25"Dia x 2.15"H. Maker's mark on underside. Flowers not included. Tight hairline on edge of vase, flakes to gold.
French tall Gien vase in the 200-year old
Fond Bleu Renaissance pattern. The ornate design features a winged cherub, winged sirens, male figures with ribbons, and designs of arabesques, urns, fruits, and leaves. Gold link bands encircle the borders and ...
Wilhelm Kage Argenta vase manufactured by Gustavsberg. "Argenta"
was Wilhelm Kage's series of emerald-green glazed ceramics, often with neoclassical decoration applied in sterling silver. Mythological themes and imagery relating to the sea predominated, with highly detailed flowers and faces. Signed ...