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A few last enchanting bits from the wonderful Trove
in Laguna Beach, California…
An 18th century French trestle table, below a 19th century Belgian chandelier…
Modern painting by Dennis Ekstrom…
An 18th century Irish double sided, handmade, pine utilitarian cupboard here
possibly used as room divider, doors on front and back, handmade nails.
Adjustable Belgian antique oak architect’s table c. 1910
19th century American oil portrait.
Architect’s model of French Chateau…
Important reclining chaise lounge chair
Paris, France c. 1920-1926.
Brass plaque under proper right swing arm:
“Le surrepos du Dr. Pascuad”
Purportedly, this was the chaise that directly inspired
Le Corbusier’s famous Chaise Lounge
Antique French campaign chair…
A trio of phonograph horn chandeliers
late 19th century
This is part of Trove’s new bronze line, table base modeled after an ancient Chinese root …
Atop sits an18th century traveling trunk made of horsehair, hand stitched, with
a hand forged lock…found in Belgium…
Though Trove has been around for several years, has a wonderful collection of
estimable antiques, riveting one of a kind finds, and a masterful artistic mix of objects
“poetically juxtaposed”, it really seems to illustrate to me the “Rough Luxe” trend
that was written about here….It’s definitely a trend I love.
Scroll down for more Trove in yesterday’s post…
The Shop Talk interview at 1stdibs here
has additional photos and background story on
store owners Heather and Bobby Lee