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Early-19th-century French Empire gilt mantel clock in the form of a lyre displayed at Edith Wharton's The Mount. The clock works and retains its pendulum.
Drawing upon a room’s past for its inspiration, a Thomas Jayne interior reflects a strong connection to time and place. Seeking out details that will deepen and enliven a room’s decoration, the NYC-based designer and author filters a space’s history through a clear-eyed prism of present-day expectations. His work has been widely published and praised for its unique approach and quality, with Architectural Digest’s AD100 among his recent accolades. This month brings the release of his latest book, American Decoration: A Sense of Place.
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