Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Charles Spada - Antiques on 5

No trip to the Boston Design Center is complete without a stop in Charles Spada's treasure trove, Antiques on 5. Here are a few things I would have liked to carry home yesterday.

A Swedish Mora clock (Big surprise, I know.)

A collection of Ironstone tureens and the gorgeous chest it is displayed on.

One of a set of six paint and gilt lyre-back side chairs.

The porcelain urn, the lamps, the botanicals...everything!

A corner cabinet filled with transferware.

A Swedish Gustavian period drafting desk.

A Directoire style arm chair.

 A collection of Belgian framed red wax seals in shadow boxes.

1 comment:

  1. Mary S. Hernandez
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