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.
Traditional antique black tea pot, puckered metal with
open spout and red top. Laurie Frank has worn many hats: magazine editor, documentary filmmaker, writer of the first live-action computer games, screenwriter and film director, and most recently owner/curator of Frank ...
These attractive little teapots were introduced in Japan
in the 17th and 18th centuries, originally to keep boiling water over the fire. Soon after, drinking loose leaf teas became popular and the cast iron teapot became a fixture in every ...
Japanese Edo iron chosi sake pot from the
early 19th century with wood lacquer lid. Wonderful form, excellent condition; still usable.Founded by Adam Blackman and David Cruz in 1993, Blackman Cruz celebrates the virtues of drama, humor, ingenuity, and brio. ...