A fourth-generation Angeleno, Oliver M. Furth is a fixture in LA’s design and cultural communities. Before opening his interior design firm in 2005, he worked for Christie’s auction house. In addition to his design practice, Furth consults for the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and is the Chair of their Decorative Arts and Design Council.
Teak utility cabinet with sliding doors and drawers
for storage, circa 1960. The cabinet has a small bar area with a mirrored back and a black glass shelf. The pull-down door reveals a desk area with four drawers and a ...
Indo-Portuguese carved teak cabinet from Goa, India. Features
a sunburst motif carved into the two wood doors, which open to reveal two shelves. Three small drawers with metal handles at the base. Minor wear.
Large vintage Drexel breakfront in two pieces newly
lacquered in white and navy fretwork detailing. The top has four doors with 9 adjustable glass shelves, mirrored back and brass hardware. The bottom has two side cabinets with a shelf each ...