Ray Featured in Dan’s Papers

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Dan’s Papers recently featured RAY in a roundup of holiday shopping ideas for their readers on both the North and the South Forks of Long Island NY.

The story is entitled “Shop ‘Til You Drop: Stocking Your Hamptons Home This Fall:
Anything your heart desires can be found in the Hamptons or on the North Fork.”

See the full article here.

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A “ray” of sunshine in Greenport
Michael Aron’s design shop RAY opened earlier this year on East Front Street in Greenport. Named for a favorite uncle, designer Ray Aron, the shop offers the kind of pieces Ray was familiar with—mid-20th century glass and ceramic pieces and other vintage décor. Plus gorgeous prints, custom sized and framed, alongside arresting drawings, photographs and paintings. Everything you could need to jazz up an interior—whether that space is old or new.

Most of their midcentury modern (1960s and 1970s) decorative objects are from Scandinavia, Italy and Germany. Crystal from 1960 through today includes makers such as Murano, Venini, Åseda Glasbruk, Orrefors, Nybrö, Nittsjö, Riihimäki, Holmegaard, Baccarat, Steuben and Finncristall.

Expect the unexpected in early scientific lithographs, abstract paintings, and midcentury advertising art.

Feast your eyes on vintage and Modern porcelain, studio pottery and enamelware by makers such as Rosenthal Studio-Linie, Hutschenreuther, AK Kaiser, Scheurich, Akru, Lido, Russel Wright, Pottery Craft, Bennington Potters and Royal Haeger.

A showcase of 1960s sculpture, tableware, lighting, baskets, serving trays, candle holders, tealight holders, serving utensils, teak bowls and other decorative accessories awaits. And new and out-of-print volumes covering artists, design, typography and midcentury modernism relating to the shop’s wares invite your perusal. 917-848-4729, raynewyork.com

Winter hours: 12 noon to 7 pm, seven days a week. We will take random mid-week days off so please make an appointment to avoid disappointment. We're closed thru 2-23 re-opening on Sun 2-24. Dismiss