Every interior should have a touch of the eclectic and one thing we are known for here is the unexpected. A great example of this type of whimsy is this 1960s Egyptian-style glass bust by Sweden's Erik Höglund for Kosta.
We just sort of rediscovered this periodical called Philistine, which is edited by one of our favorite prop stylists - David de Quevedo
- and little did we know he had put us on the cover! While this copy, Winter
2015, is a past issue, it just turned up on the magazine rack of a recently opened West Village specialty shop called Clover Grocery. Featured above is a chic collection of cased glass from Empoli, Kastrup, and Murano in a color palette that remains very much in fashion.
Conical vases by Aldo Londi for Bitossi, Italy, circa 1950s - notice the fine fluting, or 'sgraffito' in Italian, and the nice shot of shiny saffron colored glaze inside to contrast the chocolate brown matte exterior.
Hostess gift ideas for your holiday gathering - and there's no need to hunt for these, as we have them in stock for your Easter needs.
Top: Malachite eggs, mid-century
Center: Murano Glass, likely Fratelli Toso, 1950s
Bottom: Murano "Scavo" glass paperweights from Cenedese, circa 1960s Follow us on instagram http://instagram.com/theendofhistory
Miraculously intact and shown here as it would have been presented originally (sold at the Murano factory shop or here on 5th Ave at the Camer Showroom) as a complete fruit and bowl collection from Barbini, 1950s. Follow us on instagram http://instagram.com/theendofhistory
Murano hanging pendants - in beautifully saturated jewel tones - the mix of Cobalt, Emerald and Amethyst makes for a most elegant color combination. Follow us on instagram http://instagram.com/theendofhistory