19th-century Korean water or wine vessel with beautiful alkaline glaze and incised mum on front. Water hole was sealed to use as a storage jar.
An LA designer named to Architectural Digest's prestigious AD100, Madeline Stuart has a wide-ranging clientele that spans the entertainment industry and the worlds of business and finance. Equally at ease with a 1920s Hollywood hacienda, a Fifth Avenue NYC apartment, and a Rocky Mountain retreat, Stuart stresses the fundamental marriage of integrity and beauty. Her projects reflect a collaborative relationship between architecture and furniture, function and form, client and designer.