Altre idee da mina
Accessories, The W* House | Interiors | Wallpaper* Magazine | Wallpaper* Magazine: design, interiors, architecture, fashion, art

Accessories, The W* House | Interiors | Wallpaper* Magazine | Wallpaper* Magazine: design, interiors, architecture, fashion, art

The Met Store - The Metropolitan Museum of Art Color Magic® Leather Band Watch.  A great watch if you never need to know the exact time and if you can wait five seconds to read the dial in dim light.

The Met Store - The Metropolitan Museum of Art Color Magic® Leather Band Watch. A great watch if you never need to know the exact time and if you can wait five seconds to read the dial in dim light.

Artist, birdwatcher, and conservationist John James Audubon (American, 1785–1851) captured North American birds’ spirited energy in their native habitats. A set of Audubon lithographs (1840–44) is a Metropolitan Art Museum treasure. The scarf design is adapted from "Anna Hummingbird", an original Audubon lithograph in the Museum’s collection. The background pattern is taken from a nineteenth-century handbill.  Silk crêpe de chine. Imported. 54'' x 12''.

Artist, birdwatcher, and conservationist John James Audubon (American, 1785–1851) captured North American birds’ spirited energy in their native habitats. A set of Audubon lithographs (1840–44) is a Metropolitan Art Museum treasure. The scarf design is adapted from "Anna Hummingbird", an original Audubon lithograph in the Museum’s collection. The background pattern is taken from a nineteenth-century handbill. Silk crêpe de chine. Imported. 54'' x 12''.

Three strings of beads in the Museum’s collection, made of gold, turquoise glass, and lapis lazuli (New Kingdom, Dynasty 18, ca. 1479–1425 B.C.), came from the tomb of the three foreign wives of Thutmose III. These ancient Egyptian beads are the source for our colorful necklace. 24K gold overlay, with lapis-, turquoise-, and carnelian-colored glass. Hand-enameled toggle closure. 18''L.  The Metropolitan Museum of Art catalogue

Three strings of beads in the Museum’s collection, made of gold, turquoise glass, and lapis lazuli (New Kingdom, Dynasty 18, ca. 1479–1425 B.C.), came from the tomb of the three foreign wives of Thutmose III. These ancient Egyptian beads are the source for our colorful necklace. 24K gold overlay, with lapis-, turquoise-, and carnelian-colored glass. Hand-enameled toggle closure. 18''L. The Metropolitan Museum of Art catalogue