He may be one of the youngest specialists in 20th-century furniture in America, but Matthew Bradley, co-owner of Galleria d’Epoca in North Miami, has decades of experience with high-end furniture and iconic brands--he grew up with them. Raised with an intimate knowledge of all things Hermès (his mother managed and bought for the Bal Harbour shop for years), Matthew understands beauty, elegance, and the extremes of luxury. Drawn to the unusual, he has a particular penchant for exquisite Italian antiques.
Pair of Italian 1960s aquamarine Murano glass lamps
with gold aventurine speckled throughout, most likely designed by Flavio Poli. Restored with new solid brass sockets, newly gilded wood bases, and new cords. Accept standard 75W bulbs. These lamps are quite ...
Marbro Lamp Company sculptural dove gray Murano glass
lamp on giltwood base. Includes silver silk shantung drum shade, 11"H x 21"Dia. 33.5"H to socket. Wired for the US and in working order; takes two standard bulbs. Brass fittings and original ...
Pair of 1960s Paul Hanson French light green
opaline glass column lamps with bronze patina capitals and bases. The bases are unique three-legged bronze patina with an animal hoof design. Original brass sockets with partial Paul Hanson label. New silver ...