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.
Pair of Victorian Staffordshire Spaniel spill vases, circa
1880. Each decorated on the front with molded detail on the flat backs. Bright polychrome hand-painting and gilding. Shown in “Staffordshire Spaniels” by Adele Kenny, page 117. Minor loss to the interior ...
Late-19th-century tapering square hand-painted chinoiserie vase with vibrant
flowering branches in yellow, red, blue, green and gold gilt accents. Marked "Hand Painted, Nippon" with the Morimura Brothers, Japan hallmark. Light wear, loss of gold.
Large midcentury hand-painted vase depicting highly-detailed colorful riders,
horses and soldiers engaged in battle across an imperial yellow ground. Marked on the underside. Light wear with crazing and discoloration under the rim.