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Postbox / MOMA

Postbox | MoMA Store

At the end of the 17th century there was a great craze for tulips in Holland. To cater for this, the ingenious potters at Delft, particularly the 'Greek A' factory, produced huge pyramids of stacking flower holders. Normally sold in pairs, they were highly decorative additions to palaces and country houses, with or without their flowers. They were particularly popular in England in the circle of courtiers around King William III of Orange.

Flower pyramid | 'Greek A' factory | V&A Search the Collections

Scalamandre Maritime, outdoor

Luxurious Fabrics, Wallcoverings, Trim, Accessories & Furnishings

Blueberry Corners - Lois Lenski 1940

Quadrille, China Seas, Alan Campbell, Home Couture

Quadrille, China Seas, Alan Campbell, Home Couture

Ah Xian's "China China" series of porcelain busts

Urban Folklor Poster --- This intri­cately illus­trated poster was cre­ated by Hungary-based designer Boglárka Nádi for the Urban Folklor poster com­pe­ti­tion.

Sydney silk and cotton tunic

Sydney, by Amaya Textiles - Amaya TEXTILES on Taigan

Rose Cummings Zebrine in Navy

Eclair Jean-Paul Gautier - Paul - Edition limitée du 9 Avril au 25 Août 2014.

Tiles - Azulejos

Lake House Furniture Collection, Higgins Cupboard

Cottage Home | Lake House Furniture

~Jacky Mazel in blue velvet dress with off-shoulder neckline wrapped in luxurious white mink, by Jacques Fath, photo by Guy Arsac, 1956~

Hermes Blue-and-White Teapot with a Twist.

Blue-and-White with a Twist

Porcelain on Metal To The Trains Sign | Getting Graphic | One Kings Lane

Porcelain on Metal To The Trains Sign