Van den Akker owners Ray Raymakers, Rob Copley, and Sean Robins have been setting style trends for more than a decade. With an aesthetic rooted in an inventory of top-tier 20th-century pieces, and a clientele of elite architects, interior designers, and A-listers, their NYC gallery offers a vision that’s both modern and inviting. After years of client requests, they launched Studio Van den Akker, a collection of made-to-order furniture and a full-service interior-design firm.
Pair of antique majolica owl figural vases. Each
vase features an owl standing on a leaf covered base, both have glass eyes. Raised relief maker's mark on base. One short hairline inside one vase.
Pair of antique gold mercury glass vases, circa
1880.Michael Leva (left) was recently creative director at the fashion brand C. Wonder and is the co-author of Recipes for Parties (Rizzoli, 2010), a hip guide to stylish entertaining. His homes and ...
Pair of Italian porcelain vases with blue body,
and centered hand-painted medallion portraits. Gold outline leaf handles and inverted cup base. Circa 1840.Family-owned Ralf’s Antiques has been operating from the same Los Angeles location for more than 30 years. Having ...