Don't miss the 1880s Gorham ice cream sporks, the 19th century Dutch sterling figural sugar castor, the 1960s Pucci vase, the original Arne Jacobsen chairs, the antique carved walnut bed, the Hadrill Horstmann industrial desk lamp, the Bertoncello vase collection and the rare Pyrex casserole.
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Don't miss the Roycroft bookends, the Sonneman chrome and lucite lamps, the Dodie Thayer luncheon plates, the Eileen Gray chair, the Picasso terracotta jug, the Fase Madrid boomerang lamp and the gorgeous antique 1870s mantle clock set.
We've become interchangeable, my daughter and I: teacher and learner, guide and novice, master and apprentice.
DO NOT buy a vintage car assuming it will be a easy to buy, easy to keep in good repair, and many other things.
Don't miss the 1950s Mitchell Bobrick lamp, the antique embossed sterling teapot, the pair of mid-century teak planters, the Hans Wegner for Adreas Tuck extending dining table and the 1960s Paco Rabanne mesh curtain.
Ok, yes, les Puces means the fleas. But how many fleas have you seen in flea markets? Most likely none. In Paris, going daily or weekly to the markets for fruits, vegetables, cheeses, breads, meat, flowers and all sorts of food is a ritual very cherished, as nothing beats the freshness of farmers' food. Who likes supermarkets?
Diamonds may be forever, but their preferred shape is in constant flux. As tastes and technology have progressed with time, we've seen these gems evolve from simple manual executions to dazzlingly complex designs.
Don't miss the 1969 Curtis Jere sculpture, the 1970s Scoliari chandelier, the Archibald Knox for Liberty kettle and stand, the Northwood dandelion water set and the Eileen Gray chair.
Every time I return from Paris with a suitcase full of clothes and shoes, my friends marvel at how I can afford to shop in Paris. So let me tell you a few of my little secrets. I am not wealthy and I do not spend tons of money when shopping for my clothes.
It was previously painted an "eww" persimmon color, with no light fixtures, so we refreshed with 1920s-appropriate white -- Benjamin Moore's Decorator's White CC-20, to be exact -- and added an amazing, midcentury-inspired chandelier, contrasting sconces and all kinds of decor for a vintage, eclectic look that Tyler loves!
Don't miss the Louis Vuitton luggage set, the 1964 Paul Ostergaard teak valet, the 19th century Chinese vase and cover, the Mexican sterling candelabra, the 1920s Roseville sunflower pot, the antique hand carved Black Forest bear, the 1840s French clock set and the pair of 1970s brass table lamps.
Don't miss the antique 1895 sterling punch bowl, the Stig Lindberg tapestry, the 1930s French geisha bookends, the huge Chinese terracotta warrior, the Saarinen for Knoll side table, the 19th century Chinese porcelain garden seat, the Tommy Parzinger for Dorlyn hurricanes, the Milo Baughman side tables and the Albert Gilles copper lamp.
Don't miss the Broyhill Chapter One 4-piece bedroom set, the 1933 quilt, the Evelyn Ackerman carved knife holder, the 19th century cast iron candlesticks, the 1950s Royal typewriter, the 1937 Majestic gondola lamp and the Doug Ayers wood vase.
Don't miss the Chromcraft sofa, the 1930s French figural bird lamp, the Arne Vodder teak coffee table, the C. Jere brass floor lamp, the Dux lounge chair and the mid-century modernist chandelier.