Tori Mellott began her career in publishing in 2001 at House Beautiful under the reign of the legendary Marion McEvoy, then went on to work at Elle Decor as the associate style editor, at Domino magazine as the decoration editor, at Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia as the creative deputy of merchandising, and most recently at The Nate Berkus Show as project designer. Her contributor credits include Hamptons Magazine, Hamptons Cottages & Gardens, The Ritz Carlton Magazine, Veranda, Lonny Magazine, and Teen Vogue. While she enjoys styling photo shoots, hunting down fabulous product, and sifting through musty antique shops, she would much rather be living in India, wearing caftans and head wraps, and designing bespoke stationery.
Set of six modernist glass vases. Originally issued
for floating candles by Corning Creative Glass. Three taller vases, 9"H; smaller vases, 7"H. Original sticker is present on one vase. Four are marked "Pyrex" near the bases.
Handblown Venetian glass vase in pale pink with
silver flecks throughout. Sides decorated with applied pale blue flowers and light green leaves. Ground pontil on base. No maker's mark. One tiny foot rim nick.
Pair of 19th-century English opaline black glass vases
with hand-painted enamel decorations of birds, dragonflies, and flowers in vibrant colors with hand-painted gold rims. Raised on ball feet. Slight wear to paint decoration.