FLAIR owners George Nunno and Jon Maroto both had previous careers in fashion, which meant frequent visits to the style capitals of the world--Paris, Florence, Antwerp, London. They established a network of private dealers and suppliers who granted them access to the hard-to-find and interesting pieces that they continue to seek out today. With an exacting eye for color, proportion, and elegance, they have an elegantly modern, sexy, unexpected style, often combining vintage furniture with pieces of their design and new and artisanal works.
Wilhelm Kage's Argenta scalloped dish manufactured by Gustavsberg.
"Argenta" was Wilhelm Kage's series of luxurious, emerald-green glazed ceramics, often with neoclassical-style decoration applied in sterling silver. Mythological themes and imagery relating to the sea predominated, with highly detailed flowers and ...
Midcentury quirky covered dish by Marc Bellaire. From
the Bird Isle collection. Bellaire apprenticed under Sascha Brastoff in the late 1940s and early 1950s, then operated his namesake pottery in Culver City, California from 1953 through the early 1960s.
Limoges porcelain gilt-edge trinket tray from the opulent
Chateau d'Artigny in Montbazon, France in the Loire Valley. Marked on base: "Grandes Etapes, Francaises, Chateau d'Artigny, Montbazon, Tel (47)26.24.24" and "GDA Limoges France." Minor crazing.