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We’re Loving This…Collection de Boucherie

Over the years, some of our favorite items originally decorated or served functional purposes in French boucheries and Italian macellerias. Zinc animal heads indicated the type of meat for sale, while marble-topped tables kept the product cool. This iron sign … Read the rest of this entry

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A Greenwich Dream Home

Chic in dress and poised in presence, designer Emma Jane Pilkington’s Connecticut house is no exception to her unparalleled taste. Raised in Greenwich, CT, an adolescent Pilkington told herself she would never move back to the quaint area after experiencing … Read the rest of this entry

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Peek Inside Rooms by one of our Favorite Interior Design Teams…

Love architectural antiques and modern interior design? Then you will love the interior design approach of Atelier AM! The brilliant L.A. interior design team Alexandra & Michael Misczynski of Atelier AM have released an inspirational volume of their favorite projects that … Read the rest of this entry

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19th c. Table de Drapier used in a draper’s atelier in Lyon, France

Our Item of the Week is an amazing, reclaimed Late 19th c. Table de Drapier from Lyon, France. The Table de Drapier was originally used in a draper’s atelier in Lyon, France. The abundant surface area facilitated unfurling and cutting long swaths … Read the rest of this entry

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Item of the Week Inspiration | 16th c. Reclaimed Stone Table

Our Item of the Week is a 16th century Stone Column Table with a mysterious provenance and mysterious carvings left by someone during it’s long history in Burgundy, France. A multifaceted column serves as the base for this robust stone … Read the rest of this entry

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