Never defined or limited by any single era, a Robert Passal interior oozes luxurious style. The designer’s knack for textures, patterns, and the layering and melding of disparate elements has given Passal a reputation as a mastermind of the eclectic. “Like things go together, but then again I’m all about breaking the rules,” he says. With an aesthetic that could be summed up as sophisticated, collected, and curated, he handpicks pieces that will take any room on a trajectory from the mundane to the extraordinary.
Vintage French blue opaline covered glass box with
brass trim. Eduardo Gallardo’s career began with a passion for collecting. He started acquiring glass and art from Latin America in the 1980s. A decade later, he opened his antiques shop, Chez ...
"Gorgeous and rare 19th-century French opaline glass casket
or jewelry box. The glass is luminous semi-opaque white opaline decorated with cut beveled edges and clipped corners. Ornate ormolu band and hinge surrounds the box, with an escutcheon shaped lock at ...
A handblown French opaline cased pink-tone glass box
with rounded corners and gold gilding. Fitted with bronze doré trim and hinges. Opaline glass is classified as a semi-crystal with a high lead content and is influenced by 16th-C. Venetian glass ...