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 enamel over copper cloisonné with a floral
design in tones of red, pink, blue, green, yellow and gold gilt accents over vivid aqua t-fret background. Drainage hole on underside. No maker's mark. Some wear to foot.
Large Delft blue lusterware vase in iridescent hues
of gold, cornflower blue, aqua, azure, and purple depending on the light source, circa 1920. Marked “St. Lukas; Utrecht; Holland; 110; K.”
An exceptional and large pair of blue cloisonne
vases. Enameled and classic fish scale pattern layered with cherry blossoms and birds. Detailed with a gorgeous red and blue border, felt at the bottom and brass rim.