Design Discoveries from New York and Beyond: Metallics
New and noteworthy objects
1 The late, great French design doyenne Andrée Putman, who died in January at 87, created the gilt-stainless-steel and crystal Orgue candelabra in homage to the Deco heritage of the venerable crystal house Lalique. A fitting testament to her genius, it’s sure to spark conversation at the dinner table. $2,995, 609 Madison Ave., NYC, 212-355-6550.
2 Constructed from laser-cut copper panels, this new addition to Blu Dot’s Real Good chair line really shines—and is super comfortable too. $299, 140 Wooster St., NYC, 212-780-9058.
3 These silver- and gilt-leaf frames, by the third-generation New York institution J. Pocker & Son, positively shimmer. $1,500 for a 16" x 20" frame, 135 E. 63rd St., NYC,
4 Add a little pizzazz to your bar cart tableau with Aerin Lauder’s solid brass wine stopper. $75.
5 Handmade in Nepal from hemp and Lurex (a yarn that incorporates metallic thread), Lori Weitzner’s textured wallpapers glisten from every angle. $80 per roll (to the trade), at Weitzner, 979 Third Ave., NYC, 212-421-8755.
6 Made in Japan, the brass sunburst trivet from Ginga not only brightens up the kitchen, but also lasts a lifetime, thanks to a rust-resistant coating. $125, at Comerford Collection, 2442 Main St., Bridgehampton, 631-537-6200.
A version of this article appeared in the March 2013 issue of New York Cottages & Gardens with the headline: Shop Talk: Design Discoveries from New York and Beyond.