Lawson-Fenning opened its first store in 1997, while Glenn Lawson and Grant Fenning were still students at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena. It has since evolved into a Los Angeles fixture, with showrooms in Silver Lake and the design corridor of Beverly Boulevard. Their line is a contemporary one with a sense of place and history: Modern shapes and finishes mingle with traditional details and context, and 20th-century pieces are eloquently mixed with new designs from their own line of sustainable, locally crafted furniture.
Set of three vintage leaf and shell dishes.
A large brass stylized leaf dish with shell feet and two smaller nickel stylized shell dishes. No maker's marks. Brass leaf dish measures: 7.5"L x 7"W x 2.13"H. Two smaller shell dishes ...
Hand-painted porcelain Herend Rothschild shell dish with bird
and insect motif and gilt edge accents. Additional hand-painted detailed insects on the underside. Marked "Herend Hungary, Handpainted, 7444/RO" on the underside.
Antique English porcelain floral stylized shell dish possibly
made by Walport, circa 1840, with hand-painted bouquets of flowers decorating the interior. Gilt accenting on edges. Subtle acanthus leaf pattern, in relief, as an interior texture. No maker's mark.