Designer Howard Slatkin is known for the luxurious interiors he creates for clients and himself around the world, where he works with gifted artisans and craftsmen to create rooms of quality and beauty. His recently released book Fifth Avenue Style, featuring photographs by Tria Giovan, is an album of his 16-room apartment in New York, and illustrates his creative process, love of details and interest in creating deeply personal spaces.
Pair of neoclassical-style porcelain lamps in vase form
with ornate gilded metal bases and necks, circa 1950. No maker's mark. Wired and working using a standard bulb up to 100W. Shades not included. Minimal wear.
Pair of hand-painted porcelain lamps featuring standing cranes,
bamboo motifs, and double vases on their original footed brass bases. Finished on all sides and fully restored with new wiring for three-way sockets; takes standard bulbs. Patina, spots on brass.
Pair of Japanese porcelain vase lamps on wood
bases with antiqued brass fittings. The vases are covered in orange blossoms with pink and gold accents and rest on turned walnut bases. The harps are topped with brass ball finials. Made ...