Maria Rosa Bradley translates ultra-chic Italian style into the unique treasures found at her boutique in Miami’s 20th Century Row and on One Kings Lane. Her roots are based in luxury, exquisite taste, and fostered by her travels to the four corners of the Earth as a cruise-ship boutique curator. Her experience as a buyer in places like Turkey, Greece, Colombia and Egypt afforded her the skills to source local wares with a keen eye. Born in Italy, Maria Rosa used her worldwide contacts to establish her showroom, which features iconic furniture by Piero Fornasetti, Fontana Arte, Gio Ponti and a multitude of American midcentury designers.
Pair of leather armchairs made by Lacour Freres
in Paris, circa 1940. Each are made with a red mahogany frame with curved armrests and open backs with pierced slats. The removable cushions are tobacco brown leather. Seats, 19.5"H. Minor age ...
Pair of early-20th-century Queen Anne-style armchairs with burnt
orange leather seats, upholstery is not original. Hand-painted with some wear to paint and "alligatoring" to the finish. Seat, 17"W x 18"H; arm, 26"H. 26"L across arms at widest point.