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CONTRASTING TEXTURES AND TONES
An exquisite gueridon from the early nineteenth-century serves as the room's focal point. The top is made of beautiful charcoal marble with white veining, and the legs are black cast iron. Brass hardware provides contrast, softens the color scheme, and gives a sense of luxury, while black leather and moleskin offer a textural element to the environment.
MODERN GLASS BOWL
The mix of antique and modern decor is always versatile no matter the interior. This large bowl is a statement piece, it's soft motion gives it an imposing but soothing presence.
This rare folding screen dates from the eighteenth-century and has six panels. It is made from painted canvases stretched over a wooden frame. A screen is a stylish and practical way to create space, add privacy or separate a room. A unique discovery.
The antique Napoleon III clock from the nineteenth-century, the religious reliquary from the same era that is also covered in gold leaf, the delightful vintage crown-shaped decoration, and the vintage 'Le Dauphin' floor lamp with brass details all contribute to the room's appealing atmosphere. Simply for the sake of sprinkling a touch of glimmer into a living area.
ANTIQUE ALTAR GILDED CANDLESTICK
A very tall rustic gilded altar candlestick from the eighteenth-century can be used as a pedestal, or repurposed as a floor lamp.
EIGHTEENTH- CENTURY MIRROR
A stylish eighteenth-century Dutch mirror is framed by the brass sconces. Its sleek black finish complements the decor and builds on the black and gold theme. A beautiful mirror that works as well in contemporary or traditional interiors.
VINTAGE WALL SCONCES
A pair of retro 1970s brass wall appliques. Their shape is reminiscent of a melodic brass trumpet, lending a solemn air to the setting.
ANTIQUE PRESERVING POT
A lovely ceramic jar perfect for preserving honey and other goodies, or as a vase. Take note of the yellow and brown marbleization effect. A wonderful addition to any French ceramics and confit pots collection.Time period : the very start of the twentieth-century.
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