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 Patchwork Leather tripolina Chair-Artemest

PATCHWORK LEATHER TRIPOLINA CHAIR

This chair is based on the prototypes of foldable seats created in the 19th century by J.B. Fenby, who was himself inspired by traditional Berber chairs. The Tripolina is a durable chair handcrafted in Rome by Dario Alfonsi that features a thick vegetable-tanned bottolato leather, hand stitched with synthetic and cotton threads. This version is made with a patchwork of multi-color leather and solid teak wood.

artemest.com

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MICHAEL ARAM

Handcrafted lamp by American artist Michael Aram is made of antiqued gold-tone aluminum. Aram studied art in New York in the late 1980s before traveling to India on an inspirational journey, where he discovered a rich metalworking tradition that inspired his turn toward handcrafted design.

neimanmarcus.com

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NEW YORK BOTANICAL GARDEN PEONY SERVING PLATTER

Add a breath of fresh air to any table with this peony serving platter, featuring a mix of archival peony prints from the Garden’s private collection of rare 18th and 19th century botanical books. Use as an objet d’art or serving piece.

oscardelarenta.com

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Verde sinkology

SINKOLOGY

Copper vessel sinks are a throwback to a historic style, a time on the frontier when farmhouses didn’t have running water. Vessel sinks would be filled with water and carried into the house. The Nobel sink is strongly linked to that time with its faux aged patina and carrying handles on the side and is designed for normal, everyday use. sinkology.com

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SUNSET STREET LUX CYLINDER VASE

It’s hard to find a vase that’s prettier than the flowers in it, but the sunset street collection is certainly a contender. This pretty painted porcelain has a handmade touch that is sure to brighten up any room (with or without blooms).

katespade.com

 

Discoveries March 2016


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