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19th C. Danish Skyline Vase by Thorvald Bindesbøll
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With a catalogue of work that is almost exclusively ornamented with whirling circles and surging plant forms, this is an extremely rare example of a rectilinear design by Thorvald Bindesbøll. The decoration of the traditional baluster form simultaneously harkens back to the ziggurats and towers of the ancient world and prefigures the skyscrapers of the twentieth century. The color scheme of frosty white and blue accented by an earthy brown easily could have been inspired by the Denmark's winter landscape. Marks: incised B, 1901 inside the rim. With a catalogue of work that is almost exclusively ornamented with whirling circles and surging plant forms, this is an extremely rare example of a rectilinear design by Thorvald Bindesbøll. The decoration of the traditional baluster form simultaneously harkens back to the ziggurats and towers of the ancient world and prefigures the skyscrapers of the twentieth century. The color scheme of frosty white and blue accented by an earthy brown easi

Art Deco Silver Cocktail "Recipe" Shaker by William Suckling
$2,150

Art Deco silver-plated recipe cocktail shaker by William Suckling. The curvilinear exterior is engraved with various recipes for popular cocktails of the era such as a Palm Beach, Gin Rickey, Old Fashioned, Dry Martini, and Bronx to name a few. Fitted with an interior strainer. Impeccably made and just an all around stunning piece of barware. Made in Birmingham, England circa 1920. William Suckling and Sons was founded in Birmingham, England in 1895. "Recipe" or "Tells You How" cocktail shakers are always collectible and Sucklings's pieces are no exception. Art Deco silver-plated recipe cocktail shaker by William Suckling. The curvilinear exterior is engraved with various recipes for popular cocktails of the era such as a Palm Beach, Gin Rickey, Old Fashioned, Dry Martini, and Bronx to name a few. Fitted with an interior strainer. Impeccably made and just an all around stunning piece of barware. Made in Birmingham, England circa 1920. William Suckling and Sons was founded in Birmingham

Parker Mid-Century Bar Cart, Pecan
$349

A mid-century masterpiece. With its warm acorn-stained walnut veneer surface and antique brass-finished details, the Parker Mid-Century Bar Cart recalls the clean-lined aesthetic of the 1950s and '60s. Equipped with two shelves and a set of handy wheels, it makes a great tableside-serving station or cocktail perch. Made from FSC®-certified wood. Learn more about FSC®. 32.4"w x 19.9"d x 32"h. Solid eucalyptus wood base; walnut veneer; Acorn-stained finish. Antique brass-finished rails and casters. Imported. See what west elm is doing to help you get a little greener.

Zuma Green Tray
$30

Wood serving tray pops with let's-party color while squaring away drinks and snacks. Each tray is crafted with cabinetry precision, with cutout handholds for utility with style.

HAPPY HOUR MARQUEE
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Head here to recreate these marquee lights: http://www.abeautifulmess.com/2014/05/happy-hour-marquee.html.

Terrarium Pod with Air Plant Geometric
$40

This sweet little terrarium pod can be displayed on it's side or upright. It's handmade using double strength clear glass with dark seams. One of the sides is open for easy access. It is about 6" long by 4 1/2" wide. Included with the terrarium is a small bag of black sand, glass pebbles, and a tiny air plant. The plant shown has sold, you'll receive one that is just as cute with care instructions. The sand and plant are packed separately, takes just a minute to put it all together.

S/2 Hammered Copper Moscow Mules
$49

The Moscow Mule is a refreshing drink created in the 1940s, a combination of vodka, lime juice, and ginger beer served in a copper mug. Particularly enjoyable in the summer, but irresistible all year long, it is perfect served in this tailor-made copper, nickel-lined vessel.

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