Nailheads – The Bigger Kind


x2_XXX_8829_1293453923_1 x2_XXX_8829_1326117896_1 1272592_l1. Pair of Italian Baroque style side chairs.

2. Pair of period Renaissance armchairs. 

3. Foot stool by Otto Shultz. 


Patterned Walls




A Good Wall



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From upper left:1.Danish oil painting 19th Century 2. English oil painting of landscape.  3. Flower Still life 1800 4. Oval painting 18th Century  5. Portrait of man Baroque period ca 1650-1700.  6. Empire oil painting of boy 19th Century

Well Tiled


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Black Cabinets Please

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1117560_lBlack painted Baroque cabinet with silvered hardware.
1299612_lSwedish Rococo cabinet in a blackish green finish.

964998_lCabinet from the Baroque period

Will add depth, beauty and a bit of creepy to any interior. We Love.


Empire Style Bedroom


Not everything needs to be period to be pretty. Like this bed for instance. Made during the late 19th Century when the period styles started to get reinvented and revived. Wouldn’t mind staying all day everyday in this one until winter has left New York City.

Thank you Mr Miles Redd!


Miles Redd known for his bold colors combinations and absolutely amazing skills of mixing old and new has become one of the the world’s most highly-regarded designers. He began his career in the renowned talent Bunny Williams office and then opened his own firm in 1998. Ever since he has had his work regularly covered by Vogue, Elle Decor and Architectural Digest. As a three-time nominee to the AD100 list we are more than proud that he chose 4 things for his Saturday Shopping  at 1st Dibs .com from Laserow Antiques! Thank you Miles!!





1. Chinese Black Secretary

2. Swedish Rococo Armchair 

3. Black Painted Swedish Baroque Secretary – SOLD

4. Art Deco Library Table


Mirror Love

blog_rustic-glam-bathContemporary sink (could loose the gilded mosaic) with a very pretty gilded mirror.


XXX_8829_1291031692_1French Empire mirror


Get Yourself A Bar Table pictures by event designer Bronson Van Wyck.

XXX_8829_1309881100_1A large Italian polychrome painted console table with a cream beige marble top. 

XXX_8829_1298909841_1High Gustavian console table. Gilded base with a gray lime stone top. 

XXX_8829_1310393589_1Swedish Empire table made in mahogany and a dark gray stone top. Front legs carved as swans painted in a dark green with gilded details. 


If you dont have one – get one. Console tables with a stone top are not only the prettiest but the most practical. Stock up with ingredients to make a basic cocktail then pimp the table with crystal carafes, mixers, garnishes, and tools. Place the bottles on a silver tray, get cute napkins, coasters and cool glasses. You will have happy guests because who doesnt love a host/hostess that hands out a cocktail?!

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Give Away A Piece of History For The Holidays II


1. Swedish jar made from alder root with a white metal hardware made during the 19th Century. Perfect for the tea lover to store their most precious leaves or for anyone to decorate the bedroom dresser or coffee table.

2. Byredo Amber series candles in perfect holiday scents Safran / Cardamome / Ginembre.

3. Bowl made of Root, Sweden 19th Century. For your mother in law to serve toffees in.

4. Pillow Drinks Lin, Svenskt Tenn.

5. Pair of Swedish porphyry salt and pepper holders in stands made of silver. The perfect gift for anyone who likes to eat.

6. Candlesticks, brass and black wood by Skultuna. Skultuna is Sweden’s oldest industry cities and has an early 17th century brassworks, Skultuna Messingsbruk. This pair is made 19th.

7. The original model of pot Hortus, designed by Josef Frank 1938, was of brass, but during the war, when metal was hard to come by, Estrid Ericson had the Gullakruv glassworks make a variation in glass. Josef Frank presented the Hortus pot in red, green and blue glass, at the Liljewalchs museum’s spring exhibition in 1939.

8. African Mask. Created by the Mama people who live in the interior of Nigeria, to the north of the Jos plateau. The horizontally worn headdresses symbolize a protective bush spirit and emphasize, through an energetic dance masquerade, the aggressive power of the animal itself. Carved from a hard wood and coated with a liberal amount of red pigment (camwood). Gift to yourself and your home!


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