Most visitors to India gravitate to the north--Jaipur, New Delhi, Agra. On her most recent shopping trip to India, One Kings Lane co-founder Susan Feldman headed south instead, to Kochi and Chennai, and she invited along Michael Aram: Not only is he one of our favorite tableware designers, but he’s also lived in India for 25 years. Together they brought back these choice finds that we're excited to be sharing with you.
Vintage Maitland-Smith tessellated travertine stone box with wood
interior, circa 1980. Features an intentionally carved diagonal "chipping" to represent an old world artifact. Heavy duty chrome hinge. No maker's mark.
Asian wood jewelry box with applied mother-of-pearl peacock
design and silver metal turtle clasp. Red cloth Interior with two rows of inset ring holders and a mirror in the top. Signed on back with Asian characters.
Black Forest-style hand-carved walnut box with a pair
of birds, probably doves, on the top. It has carved leaves on the front and sides and is raised on bracket feet. Retains the original lining and has the original lock. No ...