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.
Antique English mother-of-pearl inlay jewelry box with removable
inner tray. Inner tray, 7.75"L x 5"W x 1"H. Key not included. No maker's mark. Light wear, small split on side, upper lock bracket missing.
Antique hardwood stagecoach strong box with wrought iron
handles and strapping. Two locks, neither working and without keys. Divided interior partition. Knife-edge dovetails indicate early date. No maker's mark. Moderate wear and cracks.
An impressive antique Japanese lacquer box called kaioke,
once used for storing painted shells for the game of kaiawase (shell matching). The box is black lacquer with beautiful gilt pigment family crest on the lid. Incised metal hardware adorns each ...