Growing up in Argentina, Gustavo Olivieri would go to auctions with his father, who gave him reign over the bidder’s paddle. So it’s perhaps inevitable that Olivieri would become such an admired dealer of rare and collectible artwork, books, furniture, and lighting. An architect by training, he’s a collector by avocation, and his shops in Miami, East Hampton, and New York City are proof of his passion for beauty.
Wilhelm Kage's Argenta bowl manufactured by Gustavsberg. "Argenta"
was Wilhelm Kage's series of luxurious, emerald-green glazed ceramics, often with neoclassical decoration applied in sterling silver. Mythological themes and imagery relating to the sea predominated, with highly detailed flowers and faces. ...
Large handmade Moroccan pottery bowl with deep green-blue
glaze enhanced further with an ornate example of the called "Tadelakt" technique, applied hand-tooled metal filigree, studs and chains as well as applied bone. No maker's mark. Can be wall mounted. Light ...
Great for indoor and outdoor use, these bowls
plates have the look and feel of ceramic, but they're actually made of shatterproof melamine. We love how blue exterior and yellow interior bring color to the table. Conveniently dishwasher safe.