Van den Akker owners Ray Raymakers, Rob Copley, and Sean Robins have been setting style trends for more than a decade. With an aesthetic rooted in an inventory of top-tier 20th-century pieces, and a clientele of elite architects, interior designers, and A-listers, their NYC gallery offers a vision that’s both modern and inviting. After years of client requests, they launched Studio Van den Akker, a collection of made-to-order furniture and a full-service interior-design firm.
1830s French Louis Philippe large-scale giltwood mirror with
gently rounded corners and beaded detail. A very early example with wood back and frame retaining the wooden nails used in early 19th century construction. Some loss to gesso with multiple layers ...
Large-scale Regency-style overmantel mirror with Corinthian column side
pilasters featuring carved capitals and fluted bases. The surface is painted in an antiqued sage green finish with gilded accents. Minimal age wear.
French Louis XVI-style gilt mirror, circa 1900. Solid
wood frame finished in a gold color, heavily carved with flowers, roses, scrolls, vases, leafs, and seashells. Fully reflective. Minor wear. Please note: It has two mirrors that join in the center ...