Throughout my career in Interior design I have thrived on collecting, curating and selling intriguing objects. Over the decades, I've been the proprietor of several online storefronts, alongside a few brick and mortar. In 2012, As a Tastemaker Seller at One Kings Lane, I presented two successful sales of personally collected antiques, furniture and objet'd'art available to subscribers of One King Lane's website. The experience rekindled my fondness for shopkeeping + the art of acquisition. Below you'll find a sampling of interior pieces, furniture, art, photography, something that speaks to you. If you have questions about the objects or the buying process — please be in touch.
French Second Empire (1865-1880) gilt mirror. This style originated in Paris during the late 19th-century. The gilt and wood mirror has scrolling and floral carved designs in the center, corners and along the sides. The mirror is original.
40" Wide x 46" High, 2" Deep
Exquiste 19th-century French Faience Obelisk with a watch face opening. Delicately painted in soft colors.
The tapering columned Obelisk is surmounted by a spherule, with the round opening on the face revealing a French pocket watch, all set on a recessed plinth.
The watch is included but not working.
14" tall, on a 5 x 5' square base (included in the 14" total height)
Three engravings of Horace Walpole's Strawberry Hill.
From an 18th century volume. In fresh antique cream mats.
A set of 3 original prints.
Plates of Musculature from the early 19th century with hand pencilled labelling. They are signed Van Hemelryk.
14.0ʺW × 1.0ʺD × 20.0ʺH
Original engraving of the shell bench in the Walpole garden at Strawberry Hill. This bench of a large Rococo style shell was the attraction in Walpole's garden.
Each Woodcut is $175. Select from the 3 pictured, the second half of 19th century.
1-sleeve with purple detail (black mat), 2- blue & green with black, (black mat) 3 black sleeve with green detail (celadon mat)
Measurements: 14 x 16 black mat, with an opening 6 W x 8.5 H
Three-panel leather screen with raised allegorical figures. Each leather panel has studded edges. The leather is stretched on frames (painted on on the front)
66.5"W x 1.5"D x 66"H; each panel, 22"W
Pair of stone Vietnamese temple dogs finished in a beautiful brown glaze, circa 1960.
20th Century English Hot Water kettle. Original grain paint, "HOT WATER" is barely readable on top of kettle. (for decorative use, the inside is rusted). 1927 marked on base.
11.0ʺW × 14.0ʺD × 6.0ʺH