Down-to-earth and free-spirited, decorator Lauren Liess embraces imperfection and the general mayhem of life with a laid back approach to design and living. Her style feels relaxed, natural and collected. Lauren recently launched a textile collection inspired by common weeds and wildflowers, and writes the popular design blog "Pure Style Home." She lives in Virginia, just outside of Washington, D.C, with her husband, David, and their three boys.
Anthony Trolllope's Barchester Towers. Introduction by Angela Thirkell.
Published by Heritage Press with special contents by The George Macy Company in 1958. Illustrated through out by Fritz Kredel. Exclusive boxed edition. 564 pages. Excellent like-new condition. Fine copy in the ...
19th-century handmade burl-walnut playing cards games box from
England. Features a complete set of playing cards on the domed top, and a fitted interior with space for two decks of cards and dice. No maker's mark. Light wear.
Antique French Art Nouveau hammered and tooled patinated
bronze box with lock and key in the style of Alfred Daguet. The top is set with glass cabochons. Hinged cover and wood interior lined with the original velvet. No maker's mark. ...