Antique silver pomander Low Countries. An antique silver pomander, of spherical form on domed foot, divided into six segments released by a turning top, the exterior depicting dense foliage and flowers, the interior engraved with hatched floral motifs, each segment numbered and with slide-off cover (one later replacement). The Low Countries, circa 1640
Best Interior Design 2013: Barry Manors craved and has achieved a very English period property, but one with an unusual twist to its personality. See more: http://www.periodliving.co.uk/readers-homes/terraced-regency-townhouse
Design Treat: Pineapple Wall Sconces and Misplaced Guilt
I've been a little bit in love with pineapple sconces since I saw this gorgeous shot of a bedroom on Little Green Notebook earlier this year. For months and months, I scoured eBay looking for something vintage with no luck. OK, it was more than a little bit in love.I was…
Decorating with dark paint doesn't mean you'll end up with a room of Stygian gloom. In fact the very opposite. Used properly drama and atmosphere await. Like this living room with large antique mirrors.
35 unusual and unique wedding venues around the UK
THE INNER CITY WAREHOUSE This East London warehouse - most recently a motor mechanics - comes minus a wedding licence, but its sheer space and Aladdin's Cave quality of vintage props provide the backdrop for a highly unusual blessing/reception. Couples can select from different floors (with parquet, mezzanine and oak boards), with the industrial charm of skylight roofing, textured walls and random leftover furniture from film and photo shoots bound to delight. MC Motors, Dalston