With a chic 3,500-square-foot Long Island City design studio overlooking the iconic Manhattan skyline, Mississippi-born designer John Lyle could be described as a true Southern New Yorker. Over the course of an inspiring 25-year career he has created furniture, accessories, and unique interior spaces that reflect a multidimensional sophistication and the perfect mix of classical and creative. His designs, which include stainless-steel furniture, are internationally collected and coveted for their chic silhouettes, luxe materials, and impeccable craftsmanship.
Antique box of birdseye maple with walnut inlay
cartouche on top and front. Lined in marbleized paper on inside main box. Black paper inside top probably a later addition. Felt covered underside, some light cracking on top edge, patina.
Beautiful hinged ebony box with inlaid brass frame
and shield. The interior is lined with hand-marbleized paper. Signed Jules Jurgensen, Copenhagen. Made of: ebony, brass, paper Dimensions: 5.5"W x 4"D x 1"H Color: dark brown, patina brass Care: Dust with ...
Anglo-Indian ebony box with porcupine quill and ivory
details. Inside removable tray has nine compartments with ivory inlaid ebony tops. Originating from Ceylon circa 1880. Michael Donaldson spent most of his career traveling the globe--as a product designer for Pottery ...