Julia Winston Adams has been a curator, designer, collector, and teacher of the decorative arts for a half-century. She has curated three 19th-century houses, taught 18th-century decorative arts at UCLA, and was an early enthusiast of mid-20th-century design. "I've collected and researched old glass, silver, porcelain, iron, folk arts, textiles, and my great love, oriental rugs," Adams says. "You might say I am truly eclectic!"
Large antique European carved giltwood mirror dating to
the first quarter of the 19th century. Originally purchased in the 1960s Old Versaille on the Upper East Side of NYC. Has a sturdy hanging wire and brass brackets to mount within ...
French Louis XVI-style gilt mirror, circa 1900. Solid
wood frame finished in a gold color, heavily carved with flowers, roses, scrolls, vases, leafs, and seashells. Fully reflective. Minor wear. Please note: It has two mirrors that join in the center ...
Antique Chippendale-style gilt gesso over wood mirror. Two
eagle heads at the top crown following down to an acanthus leaf design. Stylized fleur-de-lis cluster design at the top center. No maker's mark. Some cracking to gesso, patina and surface wear. ...