An antiques aficionado since the age of seven and a fan favorite on the cross-country PBS series Market Warriors, Bob Richter specializes in comfortable, smart interior design. Growing up in Allentown, PA, he often “refreshed” his mother’s house before she came home from work, taking his cues from old movies and attic finds. Today he culls his treasures from around the world, especially the Paris flea (his favorite haunt) and the NYC area. Eclectic, warm, and fun, Bob is a mirror of his design work, which keeps clients coming back for more.
Royal Doulton tyg (traditional English three-handled cup) made
in the United Kingdom, circa 1935. Two-tone brown/tan colored body and handles applied with cream glazed appliqués exemplifying English life of the 18th century.
Set of three 1960s McCoy American pottery pieces
with marbleized glazes in rich platinum and purple shades. Set includes a three-footed bowl and two vases in period elliptical and free-form shapes. Impressed into the clay of the two largest pieces ...
Italian Mid-Century Modern Bitossi for Raymor blue patterned
cylindrical vase. Six different frieze embossed pattern lines. Monochromatic cool coloring. Textured surface and glaze. Marked "B3X/25, Italy" on the underside.