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Set of five studio pottery vases: one small stoneware vase with a deep blue drip glaze, (American, circa 1970), one small geometric incised pottery vase umber with brown overglaze, (American circa 1970), one gray pottery piece with thin horizontal banding, signed "The Dunlaps," one small double-gourd shape pottery vase with brown drip glaze, (with maker's mark) and one small spherical pottery vase in dark green glaze with brown stippling (American, circa 1970).
In business for more than 20 years, designers William Tyson Burks and Christopher Ridolfi are known for their clean style and tailored aesthetic, and an emphasis on comfort and functionality in interiors traditional, modern, or anywhere in between. Their credo? Today’s design is all about the mix: old with new, pedigreed piece with found object. In their Dallas boutique, unique vintage pieces rub elbows with their own custom-designed furniture, lighting, textiles, and artisanal pieces from around the world.