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 handblown glass ribbed pink shell-shaped centerpiece bowl
complemented with scalloped edges and turned-down sides. Bowl has two flat-bottom positions; either straight up as shown or angled as shown in the additional images. Handblown by Seguso in Murano, Italy.
Spectacular large hand-painted 1930s English Art Deco bowl
lavished with colorful tulips and a stunning iridescent blue glaze. Marked "Grimwades Stoke on Trent England" with the company globe mark used in the 1930s.
Large Murano glass bowl with two raised sides
in a light green glass decorated throughout with iridescent copper mottling. An unusually large piece dating from around 1960. From a San Francisco collection of Murano glass.