Matthew Robbins’s background in the fine arts serves him well as the head of his eponymous NYC-based events design and planning firm. Avoiding the cookie-cutter approach to design, he creates spectacular weddings, destination events, and intimate celebrations that emphasize the personal and the meaningful. As an art student in San Francisco, he worked with several of the Bay Area’s most talented floral and event designers. A contributing editor for Martha Stewart Weddings, he published his first book, Matthew Robbins’ Inspired Weddings, last year.
Large enamel over copper cloisonné with a floral
design in tones of red, pink, blue, green, yellow and gold gilt accents over vivid aqua t-fret background. Drainage hole on underside. No maker's mark. Some wear to foot.
Large Delft blue lusterware vase in iridescent hues
of gold, cornflower blue, aqua, azure, and purple depending on the light source, circa 1920. Marked “St. Lukas; Utrecht; Holland; 110; K.”
A pair of mirror image cloisonné vases with
large cobalt blue and white blooms on one side and a rooted bulb with bloom on the opposite side, set in an aqua enamel gold plated cloud-shape cloisonné wire background. No maker's ...