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Vintage

Brass & Stone Sailboats, Pair

Jason Oliver Nixon & John Loecke

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Brass & Stone Sailboats, Pair
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Brass & Stone Sailboats, Pair

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Product Information

Condition:
Vintage, antique, or gently used
Made of:
brass/stone
Dimensions:
taller, 3.75"L x 8"W x 13.5"H; shorter, 2.5"L x 5.25"W x 10"H
Color/Finish:
brass/cream

Why We Love This

"A vintage brass-and-stone pair of sails aflutter in the form of a sailboat and a windsurfing board. You can practically feel the wind blowing through your hair as you peruse these nautical nifties.”

John Loecke and Jason Oliver Nixon are the dynamic duo behind Madcap Cottage, their Brooklyn-based interior design firm. Known for their whimsical use of color and pattern, the Madcap gents scour the world for eclectic finds that capture their unique and gimlet-eyed view of the world. Imagine a British country house that pairs Granny’s antiques and a spirited dash of chinoiserie chic with a side of Moroccan marvelous and Indian élan. "If you are looking for beige and boring,” says Jason, "go bark up someone else’s tree.”