Sara Bengur, the New York-based interior designer, enjoys a reputation for creating sophisticated yet warm spaces that unabashedly mix color, pattern and texture. All a reflection of her multi-cultural and well-traveled background. Sara comes by her particular brand of contemporary exoticism naturally; the daughter of a Turkish economist with the IMF, she spent her formative years in Istanbul, Turkey and abroad. Sara's work has been published widely in such publications as Elle Decor, House Beautiful, New York, New York Times and W.
Continental majolica two-piece covered butter server with a
beetle perched on a sunflower lid. The base and under-dish are one piece. Marked with an impressed mold number. Minor glaze pops in the making and glaze loss to three tips on ...
Midcentury quirky covered dish by Marc Bellaire. From
the Bird Isle collection. Bellaire apprenticed under Sascha Brastoff in the late 1940s and early 1950s, then operated his namesake pottery in Culver City, California from 1953 through the early 1960s.