Ceramic table lamp with Greek-key motif by Maitland-Smith. Circa 1980.
Maria Rosa Bradley translates ultra-chic Italian style into the unique treasures found at her boutique in Miami’s 20th Century Row and on One Kings Lane. Her roots are based in luxury, exquisite taste, and fostered by her travels to the four corners of the Earth as a cruise-ship boutique curator. Her experience as a buyer in places like Turkey, Greece, Colombia and Egypt afforded her the skills to source local wares with a keen eye. Born in Italy, Maria Rosa used her worldwide contacts to establish her showroom, which features iconic furniture by Piero Fornasetti, Fontana Arte, Gio Ponti and a multitude of American midcentury designers.
Intricate iron-based coffee table that has cabriole legs,
lion face medallions, and gilt lion's paw feet. The top is inlaid marble in a multicolored geometric pattern on a black background. The Maitland-Smith paper label is no longer on the piece ...
Silverplate Maitland-Smith table lamp with tropical motif, faux-bamboo
frame, coconut-shell inlay, and natural linen lampshade. Wired for use, takes 100W bulb.Michael Claybaugh’s travels around the world have honed his shrewd eye for design, art, and antiquities. His studies and journeys ...
Maitland-Smith faux-tortoise shell and brass lamp with raised-trunk
elephants and palm tree ornamentation. Three-way socket requires standard base incandescent or CFL bulbs. Original wiring in working condition. 35"H to top of socket. Gorgeous black and gold silk shade is included. ...