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.
Large deep azure or peacock blue depression glass
bowl and matching stand, circa 1930. Maker attributed to Tiffin Glass Company. Bowl, 9.5"W x 4"H; stand, 3.75"W x 1.13"H. Light wear, color variation in bowl base.
Set of 12 Lenox Monticello pattern cream soup
bowls and underplates. Each decorated with blue fish scale bands filled with double urns containing pink and pale yellow flowers. Gold handles and trim. Stand not included. 1928 black Lenox mark on ...
Crafted of chip-resistant stoneware and hand-painted in extraordinary
detail, this versatile bowl brings folkloric charm to any table. Incredibly durable and dishwasher safe, it's perfect for everyday use and special occasions alike. Handmade in Poland.