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Corker Corkscrew by Sebastian Bergne

Corkscrew in chromed brass, is designed so that two corks make a handle—select your favorite vintage.

Corker by Sebastian Bergne, for Eno

Arpège Flatware by Christofle

Curvatious silverware designed by top chef Alain Passard named after his well known restaurant in Paris.

Arpège, by Alain Passard, for Christofle

Grenade Oil Lamp by Piet Houtenbos

Made from actual US Army surplus grenades and gilded in gold or silver or with a natural finish. Filled with oil, it may burn (but not explode) for 24 hours.

Grenade Oil Lamp, by Piet Houtenbos

Mirrored Vases by Michael Anastassiades

Made of double-walled glass with a mirrored finish.

Mirrored Vases, by Michael Anastassiades

Drink’Tray from Ligne Roset

Waiters of the world rejoice! No more unhappy accidents with unbalanced drink trays in your favorite lounge.

Drink’Tray, by Martino D’Esposito, for Ligne Roset

Watches by Denis Guidone

A simple and abstract way for telling time: designs for watch faces by Denis Guidone.

Watches, by Denis Guidone, at Denis Guidone Atelier
via: Design Milk

Three Champagne Glasses by Michael Anastassiades

Three Champagne Glasses and One Water Glass, by Michael Anastassiades

Two Lamps by Life Goods

Simple, functional lamp with the flashlight backup option for sudden power failures. The metaphor and the cone shape glow pushes all the right buttons.

Two Lamps by Life Goods

Tavolo Basso by Dieter de Haas

Tavolo Basso, by Dieter de Haas, for FORMvorRAT

Corallo Rattan Coat Hanger by Gervasoni

Coat hanger in natural mixed rattan core; available in unfinished version or stained: coral and green.

Corallo Coat Hanger, by Michael Sodeau, for Gervasoni

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Bell Side Table
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A Norwegian furniture design classic from 1957, Scandia Senior is a comfortable high-back easy chair with a leather head cushion, on a satin swivel base. [more...]


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