Down-to-earth and free-spirited, decorator Lauren Liess embraces imperfection and the general mayhem of life with a laid back approach to design and living. Her style feels relaxed, natural and collected. Lauren recently launched a textile collection inspired by common weeds and wildflowers, and writes the popular design blog "Pure Style Home." She lives in Virginia, just outside of Washington, D.C, with her husband, David, and their three boys.
Large enamel over copper cloisonné with a floral
design in tones of red, pink, blue, green, yellow and gold gilt accents over vivid aqua t-fret background. Drainage hole on underside. No maker's mark. Some wear to foot.
Set of six mismatched vases. Largest: 3.25"Dia x
9.75"H; 3"Dia x 8"H; 2.75"Dia x 6.5"H; 4"L x 2.75"W x 4.25"H; 1.75"Dia x 4.25"H; Smallest: 4.75"L x 3.75"W x 3.75"H. Some marked, "Made in India." Varying degrees of patina, age and ...
1970s Italian Murano art glass vase with a
deep wine-hued interior encased in clear, faceted cut glass. Acid-etched, “Mandruzzato; Hand Worked Murano; Murano, Italy.” Light wear and manufacturing anomaly bubble.