A firm believer that environment dramatically affects quality of life, LA designer Elisabeth Weinstock emphasizes a balance of colors, space and form--and staying true to the integrity of a home’s architecture and a client’s personality. “No two homes are alike, just as no two people are alike,” says Weinstock. “My goal is to create a home that reflects a client’s lifestyle--not an overly decorated interior-design project.”
Hong Kong bone and jade double-diamond-shaped jewelry box.
Interior of box and removable tray are lined with red fabric and delicate floral details. Top of box features two Chinese symbols in green jade with dyed black bone trim. Handwritten note ...
Set of four Chinoiserie graduated size boxes in
black lacquer with gold embossed carving on the lid panels. Each box lid depicts a different Chinese dragon set against a detailed ground field. Largest box, 4.83"L x 3.5"W x 2.13"H; smallest ...
Large Chinese camphor-wood box with metal hinges and
corner details. Metal handles on the side. From John Pope Antiques, founded in 2007 in the heart of historic Charleston’s Antiques District. Bow-tie designer, sailor, tavern and music-hall owner, and author, Montgomery-born ...