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 vintage ceramic orange-dotted jug has a charming
handmade texture. With annual trips to France and Southeast Asia for the past 20 years, interior designer and owner of the San Francisco-based Lotus Bleu boutique, Jeannie Fraise sources unique vintage and ...
Vintage West German decorative ceramic jug by Scheurich
in shades of tangerine, orange and brown gloss glazes. The exaggerated handle was simply a design element of the times and the item is not food safe. Maker's mark on underside.
American ceramic jug with brown and tan glaze.
Circa 1900. With its rich assortment of vintage textiles, lighting, unusual accessories, and estate pieces, David Duncan’s Manhattan antiques gallery has been a prized insider’s resource since its opening in 1990. Located ...