San Francisco Bay Area fashion and lifestyle designer Erica Tanov has always been drawn to well-designed things with a natural, enduring beauty. Long a collector of treasures full of history, Erica cherishes authenticity and embraces imperfection. Both her exquisitely tailored clothing and eclectic-chic home furnishing collections reflect her love of blending opulence and glamour with the rugged and the raw, amounting to an effortless style of understated bohemian luxury. Her stores in California and New York capture her relaxed, lived-in grandeur.
Pair of oxblood red porcelain bowls with a
high contrast white floral and butterfly design encased in brass. Marked “Japanese Porcelain Ware; Decorated in Hong Kong; ACF.” Large, 7.5”W x 1.5”H; small, 5.75”W x 1.25”H. Light wear.
Pair of matte sand-colored porcelain bowls with glossy
pink, turquoise, green, purple and yellow seashells and nautical creatures. Marked “Made In Hong Kong.” Large, 7.5”W x 1.5”H; small, 5.75”W x 1.25”H. Light wear.