Danish Dot Quilt

Danish Dot Quilt

I love these subdued colors!

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  • Perfect for the urban dweller with little closet or storage space. vintage-inspired iron coat rack will add a bit of old-school charm and keep you from throwing your stuff wherever you can find some space. Functional and stylish... Perfect for the urban dweller with little closet or storage space. vintage-inspired iron coat rack will add a bit of old-school charm and keep you from throwing your stuff wherever you can find some space. Functional and stylish, features two rows of 6 hooks; perfect to hang just about anything!

  • For the one who has everything for fine dining, even the most Flora Danica, the most expensive china in the world, this may be one thing you don't have. The Mushroom Dinner Plates are a special series for the Flora Danica service,... For the one who has everything for fine dining, even the most Flora Danica, the most expensive china in the world, this may be one thing you don't have. The Mushroom Dinner Plates are a special series for the Flora Danica service, sold only in sets, and produced only for a limited time. If you've got a spare $45K, you might want to invest in these gorgeous, hand painted plates. Be sure to "take a closer look" to see other images I've uploaded that are not on the "buy" site. They're pretty incredible!

  • Flora Danica is probably the world's most expensive china pattern, at $6,500 a place setting. It is entirely hand painted. Artists draw from a collection of over 1,000 floral illustrations to grace each plate, so every service wil... Flora Danica is probably the world's most expensive china pattern, at $6,500 a place setting. It is entirely hand painted. Artists draw from a collection of over 1,000 floral illustrations to grace each plate, so every service will be completely unique, with a different flower on each plate. The story behind the Flora Danica service reads like a historical romance novel. It is said that is was commissioned by the Danish King, Christian VII, who wanted a porcelain service so beautiful and rare that it would gain a place among the Russian Empress Catherine II’s large porcelain collection. But then the Empress died in 1796 before the great work was finished. The service therefore remained with the Royal Danish Household and today belongs to H.M. Queen Margrethe II of Denmark. The service’s name and decorations stem from the botanical work Flora Danica whose 51 volumes and total of 3.060 coloured copper prints were issued in the period 1761-1883. The wide-ranging work reproduced in minute detail the Danish flora. The great task of transcribing the decorations to the porcelain became the life’s work of one man – Johann Christoph Bayer. He undertook the majority of the painting of the 1,802 pieces. A task which took him 12 years. The copper prints were carefully copied onto the porcelain and if he was in doubt about any detail he sent a messenger to the Botanical Gardens. He would then study the plant to ensure that the reproduction was correct.

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  • Inspired by ice crystals and coral, designer David Trubridge has created this fabulous hanging lamp out of sustainable, untreated, plantation-grown hoop pine. Love it!