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Tuesday, August 4, 2009
This is simply gorgeous. This bowl from Husque, is made of composite material from recycled Macadamia shells and polymer. Big enough to serve cold dishes, or nuts & berries, this is a simple home accessory that makes a big statement. It comes in a variety of colors, so you could purchase a few in your signature color and have both art and function. We found this courtesy of Designs Abroad (http://www.designsabroad.com/) in their housewares sections.
Thursday, July 30, 2009
Hello all, I hope your week is well - Just wanted to share this as when I saw the photo, it took my breath away. From our friends at Architectural Antiques (http://www.archantiques.com/), this mantle detail shows you what many of today's reproductions miss. Look at the detail given to the acanthus leaf. From the mid-19Th century, this carrara marble mantel piece glows. It is no wonder that the great sculptors of the Renaissance chose to work with the material. When have you seen something so pristine white, glow with warmth, it is just amazing. Oh, that I had a fireplace to use this on. And if you need it before me, you can look at it here www.archantiques.com/id223.html.