Hope this finds you all well and rested from the holiday madness. The big snowstorms in Connecticut over Christmas break were greatly welcomed, at least by me!
Days were spent purging closets, cabinets, and dresser drawers when I wasn’t cozying up to the fireplace with family and friends. However, by January 3rd we were all very excited to get back to the shop.
2013 has started with a bang! The foot, phone, and web traffic is suggesting “the project is on” right now. Everyone is ready to go and the energy is fantastic. Shane and I have already booked trips to France and Italy for next month and are looking further down the calendar to schedule more buying.
The last few posts showing the creative skills of our clients received a great response so I will continue the format. Since December, we have received several photos from clients of our pieces in place - and have heard a great deal more about projects that have been photographed for Architectural Digest, Veranda, Elle Décor, and other favorites. It is always so gratifying to see where our pieces end up residing.
This week we have an impactful shipment coming in of roughly 28 pieces. We are still posting photos from the shipment that came in early December, so please let us know if you are looking for anything specific.
Tess was happy to come home to Atlanta.
David Kleinberg Design Associates
Pair of Italian Rococo Style Giltwood & Painted Wall Brackets
A Pair Piemontese 19th Cen Neoclassical Period Brass & Glass 12-Light Chandeliers
Amelia T. Handegan, Inc.
An Early 19th century Italian Empire Period Walnut and Giltwood Center Table
Appleton & Associates
An Italian Neoclassical Walnut Libreria
Jacquelynne P. Lanham Designs
A Spanish Baroque Walnut Trestle Table
Liz Hand Woods Interiors
A Set of 6 Early 19th Century Italian Empire Walnut Dining Chairs
Stephen Sills Associates
An Italian Late 17th / Early 18th cen. LXIII Period Painted Mirror
An Early to Mid 19th cen. Papier Mache` and Wooden Stemma, Savoia, Italy
An Italian Louis XIV Period Walnut and Velvet Upholstered Poltrona
G.P. Schafer Architect
A Pair of Early 19th Century Neoclassical Neapolitan Walnut Demilune Consoles
An Italian Late Neoclassical Period, ca. 1830 to 1840, Fruitwood Stool