Large and fine pair of museum-quality Chinese glazed porcelain vases with a yellow floral motif with jade-colored accents.
Van Den Akker NY
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.
Crabapple tree branches bloom across this octagonal blue
and white chinoiserie porcelain vase. Genetically predisposed to creating beautiful accessories and living spaces, Samantha Knapp has returned to Tiger Lily’s, the multifaceted Greenwich, CT, design studio founded by her parents, after ...
Rose medallion vases, decorated in Hong Kong. Michael
Claybaugh’s travels around the world have honed his shrewd eye for design, art, and antiquities. His studies and his journeys cover a wide terrain that ranges from great estates to major museums ...
Pair of intricately carved plaster Chinese vases with
metal details. London-born and USA-raised, Jane Mayle graduated from Columbia with a degree in literature. In 1998 she co-founded Phare, where slim, chic basics met vintage-inspired pieces. The following year, she ventured ...