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What we’re loving…Collection of Finials

Finials, decorative stone or metal elements, were often commissioned to embellish the tops of columns, roofs, the corners of buildings, or ends of walls. Found in a variety of designs and sizes, antique finials are perfect for decorating a garden … Read the rest of this entry

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From an Italian Palazzo to Chateau Domingue…

This Gothic period wellhead originally graced the courtyard of a palazzo in Brescia, a city in the Lombardy region of Italy. The city of Brescia sits next to the famous Italian Alps mountain range. Legend has it that Hercules founded … Read the rest of this entry

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Chateau Domingue Welcomes Milieu Magazine and the Catbird Collection…

Last week, Chateau Domingue was abuzz with anticipation as we prepared to welcome MILIEU Magazine, along with the designers and architects behind the bespoke designs of Circa’s Catbird Collection, for a launch party at our showroom.The eight designers behind the … Read the rest of this entry

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From a French Convent to Houston…

Reclaimed terracotta has a rich history as one of Europe’s earliest and most popular floor covering! We just brought back whole sets with a most unusual provenance… The first item we love is a special lot of reclaimed Spanish terracotta … Read the rest of this entry

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Clues in this Crest Point to a Royal Connection…

Many of the pieces we acquire for our collection come with accompanying tales of their provenance, but not so with this unique piece. We do know that this unusual coat of arms hails from a Castello near Siena, Italy and … Read the rest of this entry

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