This decorative, accordion-shaped wall piece will add a touch of (very) Old World glamour to its surroundings.
Robert M. Weiss home accessories share a luminous quality--the unique, Old World glow of verre églomisé, or reverse-painted glass. In the 1500s, after the Spaniards settled in Peru, a core of Peruvian craftsmen began to recreate the Venetian-glass masterpieces the Spaniards brought with them. This gorgeous display piece was created as ceiling art.
Impressively restored, this antique hand-carved temple relic dates
from the Qing Dynasty. Approximately 200 years old.Madera Home transforms aged barn doors, panels from antique armoires, and weathered beams from forgotten temples into exquisite new masterpieces. The furniture is made using ...
A stunning addition to any space. This antique
window panel was hand-carved from reclaimed elm. From the late Qing Dynasty. Approximately 200 years old.Madera Home transforms aged barn doors, panels from antique armoires, and weathered beams from forgotten temples into ...
Limited-edition wall panel with allover hand-embroidered design in
fine rayon threads. From Judy Ross Textiles, set in a white lacquer frame. The allover embroidery is immaculately done in tightly controlled stitches using stitched 3-ply rayon thread. Made of:White lacquered birch ...