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Monday, June 22, 2009

antique d.c. beauties

Pair Grotto Console TablesItaly1970-80sPair Grotto Style Realistic Carved and Painted Wooden Console Tables Depicting Windsweep Cypress Trees in Rocky Outcrop with Doves with Travertine Marble Tops

just noticed a new section on for antique dealers in washington, d.c.

according to a report on, 1st dibs was scheduled to list the area’s dealers and their items this month. judging by the remarkable selection that is already online, i’m certain many of the pieces will be sold soon.

although the prices are steep, the range and brilliance of the aged beauties is outstanding. from a fine and rare 18th century mirror to a pair of abstract sculptural lamps, the
d.c. selection on is extraordinary.

Pair Laurel Sculptural Lamps USA 1960s Pair Brass Sheet Abstract Sculptural Lamps by LAUREL LAMPS

Pair of stone columns/pedestals, rosette & lattice detail USA early-mid 20th c.Stately pair of Column/Pedestals w/ wonderful lattice and rosette detail, made from composition stone.

Pair Leather and Brass Armchairs by Maurice Bailey USA 1956 Pair White Leather and Brass Armchairs Designed by MAURICE BAILEY for Monte Verdi Young California

Fine and Rare 18th Century Venetian Giltwood Mirror. Italy circa 1740A Very Fine and Rare Italian Carved Giltwood Mirror. Venetian, Mid 18th Century. A central cartouche over the shaped molded frame elaborately carved with rocaille, ‘C’-scrolls, flowers, and foliage, the pierced sides similarly carved. Retaining the original mirror plate and water gilded finish. Made in Venice circa 1740.


Wednesday, June 17, 2009

luxe toga look

how amazing does bollywood actress sonam kapoor look in this grecian style dress? the jewelry, however, is what really makes her stand's so cool the way she has paired those gorgeous kundan necklaces together to create such a unique and stylish look.

source: daylife

Tuesday, June 9, 2009

Tuesday, June 2, 2009

the unknown

really enjoyed looking through this editorial featured in the may 2009 pages of l'officiel brazil. the futursitic and mysterious shots well-suit moods of wondering what's next.

source: the fashion spot