A cabinet made of straw. The legs are made from layered cast bronze that evokes the rawness of sculpted rock.
A sophisticated mirror in warmly complimentary materials.
Mirrors like meteors seemingly formed from molten rock that has cracked and bubbled to expose precious metals within.
A low generous table covered with shagreen inlaid in a paving stone pattern
There is an industrial sensuousness to this stool;
Large ivory shagreen skins wrap this lamp base along its curved spine.
Inspired by jewellery, the Vespers table rises on six strongly textured caste bronze tapered legs that support a top made from precious materials.
The Vespers Console is also available in a delicious ivory tone of eggshell.
The leaf forms support a scalloped table-top which has been finished beautifully in our "Calligrapher's Lacquer". The table has an air of fading Empire.
Simple architecture alongside understated luxury and fine workmanship create a bar cabinet with shades of the Deco era.
An important eight-leg credenza in natural chocolate shagreen with a 30 kilogramme caste bronze top.
The great marble forms of Mughal India inspired these generous open vessels
The facets of this vessel were slowly ground smooth with the same technique used in jade polishing.
Seventeen shagreen skins envelop the hand carved contours of this spectacular decorative box
The hand-carved Peking Box has been covered with raw shagreen and finished with seven layers of red Lacquer.
Monumental uplights in sculpted cast bronze.
A parchment column with shagreen and gold leaf shade supported by bronze arms