Trained as an architect, Boston interior designer Jeffrey Delvy achieves the perfect balance of gorgeous, textured, retro, ancient, and brand-new. With a focus on comfort and individual family personality, his style melds modern opulence with a solid classical backbone. His interiors earned him Boston magazine’s Best of Boston Home 2010 Classic designation. Since founding Jeffrey Delvy Design and Decoration in 2007, he has overseen historical renovations, gut rehabilitations, and residential interior design projects all over the country.
Late-19th-century tapering square hand-painted chinoiserie vase with vibrant
flowering branches in yellow, red, blue, green and gold gilt accents. Marked "Hand Painted, Nippon" with the Morimura Brothers, Japan hallmark. Light wear, loss of gold.
Pair of 19th-century English opaline black glass vases
with hand-painted enamel decorations of birds, dragonflies, and flowers in vibrant colors with hand-painted gold rims. Raised on ball feet. Slight wear to paint decoration.
Late-19th-century Kakiemon-style octagonal bottle vase from the atelier
of Samson, Paris. Gilt and hand-painted in blue, orange, green and black, decorated with flowering plants and chrysanthemums. Elongated neck enhanced with flowers hanging from loops inside panels framed by double gilt ...