Vogue magazine called Nannette Brown “the social doyenne of fine papers” for her years at the helm of Mrs. John L. Strong, the stationery company favored by New York's society set. But before then, Brown headed an interior design firm whose spaces were featured in House & Garden, Town & Country, and Elle Decor, among other publications. Her high style and modern approach to fashion, luxury, and interiors have long made her a favorite style-setter for those in the know.
19th-C. English oak hall stand of exceptional quality.
The top has a crown molding over a central framed mirror, flanked by turned and reeded hat and coat hooks, following down to a base with a central glove drawer, which is ...
Highly carved oak cabinet in a Tudor style
that displays beautiful woodworking details and a dark tone, aged patina. Made in England, this cabinet sits on a stand with a lower drawer. Slightly loose, some blemishes and scratches on original ...