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.
Set of four enamel over copper cloisonné vanity
or trinket dishes with different floral design in tones of red, pink, blue, green, yellow and gold gilt accents over vivid aqua t-fret and spiral backgrounds, circa 1920. Marked “China.” Light wear. ...
Set of three Richard Ginori nut dishes in
the Savona pattern. This pattern features an array of blue flowers and gilded details. Marked on undersides: "Richard Ginori, Italy, Finest in China Since 1735." Each, 4.5"L x 2.75"W x 1.2"H.
Set of 10 vintage volumes featuring a variety
of entertaining-themed cookbooks. Various authors and publishers: 1914-1983. Titles include: Salads, Sandwiches and Chafing Dish Dainties, The Pooh Cook Book, Talking of Tea, All About Home Baking, and others. Some age wear. ...