THE END OF HISTORY
An archive of news and design ideas from the mid-century modern furnishing experts of Manhattan's The End of History.
Monday, August 19, 2013
From designer Aldo Londicomes a prime example of the Bitossi line called "Seta" - Italian for silk. The sgrafitto technique was used in the 50s and early 60s to give this range of ceramics a raw silk look and most were gilt for a little bit of added shine. Personally, I just love the on-trend ombré effect. 15"
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There is nothing quite like the fabulous vintage hand blown glass , the rare ceramics, and the marvelous mid-century modern furniture found at "The End of History". We opened our shop in Manhattan's West Village in 1997. Since then we have amassed more decorative objects from the 50's & 60's in one room than anywhere in the world. As a result we've become the go-to for top editors from magazines as well as a choice source to the best interior designers in the world. We will update this blog daily... and as new publications come out and exciting new items hit our shelves!