An MBA, a photo stylist, and a theater maven respectively, Bucks County, PA, neighbors and Trove Decor founders Meg Newell, Christine Edmonds, and Rebecca Bancroft share a passion for rescuing and revitalizing vintage furniture. Together they breathe new life into an eclectic jumble of timeless but tired pieces with fresh, unexpected upholstery and passionately rewire every alabaster lamp and crystal chandelier that comes their way. A portion of this sale’s proceeds will benefit Habitat for Humanity.
Using traditional methods, craftswomen in East Africa weave
beautifully dyed sisal fibers and sweet grass to make this stunning one-of-a-kind basket, rich in cultural meaning and purpose. The bold, pointed pattern on the dancer basket conjures the sharp movements and ...
Using traditional methods, craftswomen in Rwanda weave beautifully
dyed sisal fibers and sweet grass to make this stunning one-of-a-kind basket, rich in cultural meaning and purpose. The design of the basket recalls Rwanda's beautiful mountainous terrain, where vegetation and vibrant ...
Later hand-colored impression of an 1921 engraving featuring
a dark-haired young woman in a tiled courtyard carrying a brimming basket of peaches by Alfred Bell. Displayed on a white mat with a gold border and fits a standard-size frame. Archival ...