Julia Winston Adams has been a curator, designer, collector, and teacher of the decorative arts for a half-century. She has curated three 19th-century houses, taught 18th-century decorative arts at UCLA, and was an early enthusiast of mid-20th-century design. "I've collected and researched old glass, silver, porcelain, iron, folk arts, textiles, and my great love, oriental rugs," Adams says. "You might say I am truly eclectic!"
Lovely small antique cut-glass carafe. Marco Pasanellas Manhattan
store, Pasanella and Sons, Vintners, opened less than 10 years ago, but it has already won praise from Food Wine, Elle, and New York magazines. Then again, Pasanella is used to accolades. ...
Lovely antique (C.1900) cut-crystal toothpick holder. Top portion
is cranberry red and the sawtooth edges have a gold finish. Red portion sports the acid-engraved legend "Souvenir" above "Langford."
Large antique cut glass apothecary display jar. These
were also often used as candy display jars in general stores. Very heavy piece with hand-cut detailing. No maker's mark. Circa 1880. Light wear.