In other news, Shane is finding some fantastic things in France this week. I forgot how much fun it is to be on the receiving end of photos. He continues to astonish me – barely ever picks up a design magazine and certainly doesn’t create pin-boards. Somehow, he just innately knows how to buy without agenda or influence and nails it nearly every time. Attaching some of his recent acquisitions below, along with beautiful design! Warm Regards, Kristen P.S. We will be unloading our latest container on Monday!
lunching with the Peace’s on their European honeymoon
Amelia T. Handegan Inc.
An Early 18th C. Italian, Piemonte Region, Walnut Ribalta $12,990 length: 4 ft. 3 in. depth: 22 in. height: 42.5 in.
Frank Ponterio Interior Design
An Italian Mid 19th Century Rosewood Arched Top Mirror $4,110 height: 4 ft. 4 in. length: 31 in. depth: 2 in.
An Italian Neoclassic 6-Light Metal and Glass Chandelier $3,280 height: 28.5 in. diameter: 26 in.
McAlpine Booth & Ferrier
A Pair of French Neoclassical Inspired Cast Cement Garden Urns $2,990 height: 18.25 in. diameter: 21.25 in.
A French, 19th C., Iron Basket Form Chandelier $1,480 height: 22 in. diameter: 21.5 in. height including rope: 35 in.
A French Louis Philippe Style Walnut and Leather Upholstered Dressing Chair $2,770 length: 19 in. depth: 30 in. height: 43.5 in. seat height: 14 in.Joel Kelly Design
An Oak and Walnut Paneled Credenza $6,440 length: 44.75 in. depth: 23.75 in. height: 43 in.
An Early 19th C., Italian Neoclassic Gilt Brass and Glass 8-Light Chandelier $19,880 height: 5 ft. 2 in. diameter: 43 in.Richard Shapiro
A 19th C., Jacobean Style, Carved Walnut Milking Stool $2,200 length: 17.25 in. depth: 12.5 in. height: 16.25 in.
A Middle Aged Cape Buffalo Mount $2,360 height: 27 in. width: 26 in. depth: 12.5 in.
most recent acquisitions