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.
This octagonal tray is crafted of blue resin
tiles designed to resemble lapis lazuli with a beveled mirror interior and two coral-shaped aluminum handles. A stylish accent on its own, you can create an inspired display by topping it with ...
Brass and burled walnut mirror by Mastercraft, circa
1960. It features X-form squared brass bars at top of frame with a burled central medallion and brass ball finials on each corner. No maker's mark.
Large-scale walnut framed mirror with two brass candle
sconces and a wide moulded cornice topped with a decorative brass handle. Brass "Oxford" plate on verso. Mirror glass, 27"L x 39.5"W. Candles not included.