When Ali Davin launched Jute in 2009, she brought with her years of experience in art, antiques, and architecture. But her clients take away far more than one-of-a-kind finds. Ali’s work is known for being both lovely and livable—a characteristic valued by a clientele in Los Angeles, San Francisco, and beyond. Snatch up a few favorite treasures found via this tastemaker’s travels.
Set of three liquor decanters cut on all
four sides with ground throats and snug fitting gasketed glass flame-shape stoppers, circa 1940. Cut designs include: "Scotch" with thistles; "Gin" with juniper berries; "Bourbon" with corn stalks. No maker's mark.
Set of three Dutch octagonal cut-glass decanters with
reticulated sterling silver bases and necks. Naturalistic birds on silver. Stoppers and bottles are engraved with grapevine decoration. These decanters were made in Holland around 1890 and imported to England around 1930. ...