With a chic 3,500-square-foot Long Island City design studio overlooking the iconic Manhattan skyline, Mississippi-born designer John Lyle could be described as a true Southern New Yorker. Over the course of an inspiring 25-year career he has created furniture, accessories, and unique interior spaces that reflect a multidimensional sophistication and the perfect mix of classical and creative. His designs, which include stainless-steel furniture, are internationally collected and coveted for their chic silhouettes, luxe materials, and impeccable craftsmanship.
Art Deco crystal decanter with five matching shot
glasses. The decanter neck is covered with sterling silver hallmarked with unidentified conjoined "FDA" and "800." The stopper and base are executed in a smoky color and the body of the decanter ...
Vintage square cut-crystal decanter, 1950s.Interior designer Rela Gleason
has a discerning eye, a knack for editing, and a passion for collecting and combining timeless finds of all kinds. She scours flea markets, souks, and antiques shops around the world to ...
Depression-cut crystal wine decanter with 8 glasses, 4
stemmed and 4 double-old-fashioned glasses. Glasses are not crystal.An interior designer, magazine editor, author, enthusiastic chef, and fashion icon, Chessy Rayner was an engaging spirit renowned for her sophisticated, but never precious, ...