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.
A fine and very small Japanese Imari footed
bowl from the Meiji period, circa 1880. Decorated with Foo dog, flowers and various ornamental designs. In colors of red, blue, and orange, all hand-painted enamels.
Large hand-pained artist-signed Limoges porcelain footed bowl with
a vibrant still life cherries in hues of blue, green, yellow and red with gold gilt accents. Signed “P. Schweihs.” Marked “La Seynie Limoges P and P; France” for Paroutaud Freres, 1903 ...
Ethiopian wood stool with handmade metal mends at
least 75+ years old. An estate find from a man who traveled Africa extensively and was gifted many cool treasures during his trips by the locals. Originally used as stool but now ...