Renowned as an expert colorist, Alan Tanksley creates shimmering palettes that make a space both exciting and relaxing, and he is widely considered to be one of America’s leading practitioners of residential design, detailed space planning, and custom furniture and fixture design. His day-to-day collaborations with leading architects such as Maya Lin, James Dayton, and Harry Elson give the firm the unusual ability to draw on expert talents to implement a wide range of architectural renovations for each project that it undertakes.
Nine-piece Wedgwood porcelain dinnerware set with gilded cobalt
borders. Includes eight plates and one serving dish. Dimensions: Plates, 9"Dia x .75"H; serving dish, 11.25"L x 9.5"W x 2.25"H. Maker's mark on undersides. Light wear, crazing.
English 14-piece bone-handled silver-plate fish cutlery set in
a lined walnut box, dating from 1889 to 1910. Set includes: six forks, six knives, serving fork and serving knife all with ornately engraved blades. Forks, 7.50"L x 1"W; knives, 9.0"L x ...
19th-century French Hautin Boulenger and Cie. Choisy-le-Roi ironstone
dinner set including eight dinner plates and one serving bowl in the Floreal pattern. Off-white ironstone plates (9.25"Dia x 1"H), with navy floral transferware design on face. Marked underside "Hte Boulenger & ...