For the love of a breeze.
French wall sconces depicting Flora & Zephyr, circa 1700
Let me eat cake. On this.
Venetian blown glass, 1902
Maison Keller Frères, Paris, 1900
A destination is unnecessary.
Jaguar XK120 Roadster, 1950
To celebrate Bastille Day.
Pre-Revolutionary Vieux Cognac “Clos du Griffier” from 1788, via the wine cellar of La Tour d’Argent.
It’s what they call a statement piece.
Carousel bed designed by Rex Whistler in Cecil Beaton’s Circus bedroom, ca 1930s at Ashcombe House (now home to Guy Richie)
Because subtlety isn’t always a virtue.
From the estate of Lena Horne.
Pass the fruit, please.
Hammered brass, executed by the Wiener Werkstätte, 1925.(Similar version sold at Doyle, New York for $15,000 in April)
hanging lamp designed by Josef Hoffmann, 1904
In the rec room.
Antoine Philippon and Jacqueline Lecoq, France, 1959