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Edward Weston (1886–1958) is best known for his sharply focused images of natural forms, landscapes, and nudes. This 1939 photograph captures Charis Wilson—the model, muse, and assistant that he married that same year—floating undisturbed by the viewer’s presence. The stark juxtaposition between the sturdy concrete pool, the fluidity of the water, and the weightlessness of the nude subject converge to create a striking composition.

Edward Weston, Nude Floating (Charis in the Pool), 1939

Edward Weston is best known for his sharply focused images of natural forms, landscapes, and nudes. This 1939 photograph captures Charis Wilson—the

One of the most influential photographers of the 20th century, Helmut Newton (1920–2004) was a tireless explorer of the connections between voyeurism and sensuality. In this 1989 image, a nude woman sprawls on a mansion floor, extending her arm to a man with a video camera. She gestures toward him as the camera glides over her body. The videographer watches the woman, as we, the viewer, look over them both—undetected.

Helmut Newton, Study on Voyeurism I, Los Angeles, 1989 (variant)

Feldschuh Gallery — Helmut Newton, Study on Voyeurism I, Los Angeles, 1989 (variant)

Irving Penn, Still Life with Watermelon, 1947

Irving Penn, Still Life with Watermelon, 1947

Feldschuh Gallery — Irving Penn, Still Life with Watermelon, 1947

Leonhart Fuchs (1501–1566) was a founding father of modern botany, honored to this day in the vivid flower, and corresponding color, Fuchsia. In 1543, Fuchs combined his botanical knowledge with groundbreaking medical research in The New Herbal: a meticulously illustrated catalog of some 500 types of plants and their healing properties. This fresh reprint is based on Fuchs’s personal, hand-colored copy, which has miraculously survived four-and-a-half centuries in pristine condition…

The New Herbal of 1543

Leonhart Fuchs was a founding father of modern botany, honored to this day in the vivid flower, and corresponding color, Fuchsia. In Fuchs com

At once pure and provocative, the designs of Aldo Bakker invite a fresh look at daily rituals. He developed this 2015 commission for Lyngby by allowing function to inspire form. The porcelain saucer is sized to precisely fit the espresso cup, and although normally the size of a cup’s handle is dictated by the size of the cup itself, Bakker’s retain their original scale, adding a playful feel. “Well, your finger doesn't get any smaller just because you're drinking espresso,” notes the Dutch…

Porcelain Espresso Cup and Saucer by Aldo Bakker

At once pure and provocative, the work of Aldo Bakker invite a fresh look at daily rituals. The Dutch designer developed this 2015 commission for Lyngby by allo

Part of the Chapeau collection designed in 2011 for Lyngby by Hamburg-based Milia Seyppel, this dome-lidded glass vessel places one bowl atop another to enchanting effect. It can be used to store food, serve dishes such as soups and dips, keep candy handy, or contain small treasures.

Large Black Glass Chapeau Container by Milia Seyppel

Part of the Chapeau collection designed in 2011 for Lyngby by Hamburg-based Milia Seyppel, this dome-lidded glass vessel places one bowl atop another to enchant

Ceramic artist and product designer Julie Bonde Bülck seeks to enrich everyday life with objects that combine tradition and innovation with “a charming coolness.” Handmade in her Copenhagen studio, this bonbonnière is both functional and decorative: a bisected sphere of matte pink porcelain that opens to reveal a glossy, ivory-hued cache for treasures or treats.

Matte Pink Small Spherical Lidded Container

Ceramic artist and product designer Julie Bonde Bülck seeks to enrich everyday life with objects that combine tradition and innovation with “a charming coolness

The rich tropical aromas of the Yucatan Peninsula inspired Nicolas Malleville to create Coqui Coqui. Based in the Spanish colonial town of Valladolid, Mexico, the perfumery draws upon the traditions and storied history of the region to develop original scents such as Rosas Frescas (Fresh Roses). The lush yet lively fragrance, infused into the black beeswax of this hand-poured candle encased in clear glass, evokes the feminine fusion of rosewater and lemon.

Hand-Poured Candle - Rosas Frescas

The rich tropical aromas of the Yucatan Peninsula inspired Nicolas Malleville to create Coqui Coqui. Based in the Spanish colonial town of Valladolid, Mexico, t

Apple with Twig and Leaf - Crackle Glaze

Apple with Twig and Leaf - Crackle Glaze

Crown Heights, Birmingham England, Fruit Bowls, The Tree, Glaze, Apples, Glossier, Desks, Workshop

Studio Pottery Crock | The Line

Studio Pottery Crock

Studio Pottery Crock | The Line

Set of Three Engraved Bead Vases - Skultuna X Tenfold

Set of Three Engraved Bead Vases - Skultuna X Tenfold

A set of three polished brass bud vases, crafted in collaboration between New York-based Tenfold and the four hundred years old, Swedish brand, Skultuna.

Masao Yamamoto evokes memory, childhood, and innocence in his work from his Nakazora series of small-scale photographs that unfold as waking dreams. He captures a grainy, old photograph of a child’s hand reaching upwards. Placed atop this image is that of a darkly hued butterfly. It seems that the hand may be able to catch the elusive insect, but only the moment prior is preserved.

Masao Yamamoto, Nakazora #1213

Masao Yamamoto evokes memory, childhood, and innocence in his work from his Nakazora series of small-scale photographs that unfold as waking dreams. He captures

“I make jewelry that tells a story rather than creating a status symbol,” says…

Daisy Diamant - 18K Gold

Marble Tray - White

Marble Tray - White

Tenfold New York transcends typical homegoods in favor of the exquisite and the enduring. The collection’s marble items are crafted in India and include this cl

Ceramic artist and product designer Julie Bonde Bülck seeks to enrich everyday life with objects that combine tradition and innovation with “a charming coolness.” Handmade in her Copenhagen studio, this lidded container is both functional and decorative: a bisected sphere of glossy black porcelain that opens to reveal a cream-hued cache for treasures or treats.

Shiny Black Giant Spherical Lidded Container

Ceramic artist and product designer Julie Bonde Bülck seeks to enrich everyday life with objects that combine tradition and innovation with “a charming coolness

Brass Waste Bin

Brass Waste Bin

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