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.
Four panel American wood screen with inset antiqued
mirror sections and scalloped motif. The frame painted yellow with white details. Circa 1950. With its rich assortment of vintage textiles, lighting, unusual accessories, and estate pieces, David Duncan’s Manhattan antiques gallery ...
Vintage three-panel painted folding screen, constructed of canvas
on a wood frame. Robin's egg blue background and floral decoration on the front and a dark greenish black solid back. The hinges allow the panels to be articulated 180 degrees. Label ...
1920s Chinese black lacquer and red paint two-panel
carved wood screen decorated with flowers and birds in bone and mother-of-pearl inlay. Painted gold in the front and red and black on the reverse. Missing tiny pieces of the inlay decoration ...