Iris Apfel has always lived life to the fullest, and at an age when most people would be long retired, she's a nonstop style icon whose unique fashion sense has been celebrated in a show at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. She and her husband Carl opened Old World Weavers in 1950 and ran it until 1992. Between design projects, Iris has traveled the world, tirelessly collecting. She's opened her warehouse for the first time for One Kings Lane.
Set of four gold and red lacquered Japanese
soup bowls with lids. Reproductions of 19th-century Japanese originals.A hub of eclectic objects spanning centuries and continents, J.F. Chen's vast inventory includes modern and vintage furniture, lighting, accessories, and art. Omnipresent throughout ...
Large 100 year-old two-piece Burmese offering box in
rich polished red lacquer. The top cover of the box is a typical Burmese form, and echoes the shapes of the country's many pagodas and temples. Time and wear have rubbed away ...
Pacific Connections sleek, chic lacquered accents are created
in the San Francisco companys own tightly controlled facility. The lacquer is painstakingly applied by hand, in a meticulous, multi-step process that requires days to complete, and results in a luxurious luster ...