Marc Charbonnet, a native New Orleanian, first arrived in New York on the Fourth of July, a day he recalls as his “personal day of independence.” With a penchant for the classic and a knack for elegant, comfortable interiors, he has now been at the helm of MECA, his NYC interior decorating and design firm, for nearly two decades. He was included in Architectural Digest's AD 100 (including the cover) for three consecutive years.
Antique wood and silverplate serving tray, circa 1900.
Suzanne Lovell is an architect, an interior designer, and the head of Suzanne Lovell, Inc., an interior architecture firm with offices in Chicago and New York. An innovator practicing at the intersection ...
Crafted of solid copper, this rectangular hammered tray
is perfect for serving guests or as a base for a decorative tabletop display. It's coated with a food-safe lacquer to prevent tarnishing for long-lasting beauty and luster. Made in India.