Marc Charbonnet, a native New Orleanian, first arrived in New York on the Fourth of July, a day he recalls as his “personal day of independence.” With a penchant for the classic and a knack for elegant, comfortable interiors, he has now been at the helm of MECA, his NYC interior decorating and design firm, for nearly two decades. He was included in Architectural Digest's AD 100 (including the cover) for three consecutive years.
Large Murano blown art glass bowl has teal,
aqua and green swirls with gold aventurine interior, a scallop rim and a high contrast, bright white exterior encased entirely with sparkling clear glass. Maker attributed to Barbini, Murano, Italy.
1960s Murano-style millefiori triangular art glass bowl with
a white exterior, a deep red interior with millefiori accents in aqua, blue, and purple all encased in clear glass. No maker's mark. Light wear.
French Art Deco chrome and cut-glass coupe with
splash wave chrome handles and water-themed cut and frosted starburst blue tinted glass bowl with glass bubble surrounding frieze design representing water bubbles and droplets. Chrome tiered base.