Fashion designer John Dransfield and textile designer Geoffrey Ross are the influential designers behind Dransfield & Ross. Melding their passions, they create a home collection with an idiosyncratic mix of textures and colors, imbued with their encyclopedic knowledge of the decorative arts. Crediting the internet with accelerating a communal exposure to a myriad of visual references, they traverse a tightrope that balances trend with timelessness, and make it their mission is to create home accessories that reflect this evolution of enlightenment.
Pair of French cast iron urns with handles
and oxidized green painted surface dating from the end of the 19th century. Found near Grenoble. Minor wear and oxidation commensurate with age and use.
Pair of cast iron ship's helm accent tables
from Fort Bragg. Lacquered in black and hand-painted with nautical scenes; one of a lighthouse and one of a moored boat. Signed and dated by the artist Jim Parker 1976. The bases ...