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Philippe Deshoulieres Dhara Peacock Creamer
Peacock blue gives a fresh new look to the historical Philippe Deshoulieres Dhara pattern. Embellished with shiny platinum details, the enchanting motif was adapted from designs that decorated a poetry manuscript by the Persian poet Saadi. Originally painted by Mir-Imad in 1609, the pattern combines elements of Persian and Indian cultures, with thick black lines separating each color as on traditional Middle-Eastern rugs.
  • Porcelain
  • Hand wash
  • 5.1 oz.
  • Made in France
Philippe Deshoulieres
$205.00
Bloomingdale's
Philippe Deshoulieres Dhara Peacock Tea Saucer
Peacock blue gives a fresh new look to the historical Philippe Deshoulieres Dhara pattern. Embellished with shiny platinum details, the enchanting motif was adapted from designs that decorated a poetry manuscript by the Persian poet Saadi. Originally painted by Mir-Imad in 1609, the pattern combines elements of Persian and Indian cultures, with thick black lines separating each color as on traditional Middle-Eastern rugs.
  • Porcelain
  • Hand wash
  • 6"
  • Made in France
Philippe Deshoulieres
$55.00
Bloomingdale's
Erin Mirrored Chest
  • Handcrafted multifunctional chest.
  • Reverse-antiqued mirror front, sides, and top.
  • Hardwood frame.
  • Gold-leaf finish.
  • Four doors; one shelf behind each pair.
  • 60"W x 22"D x 36"T; interior, 59"W x 21"D.
  • Imported.
  • Boxed weight, approximately 198 lbs.
Horchow
$3,899.00
Horchow
Philippe Deshoulieres Dhara Peacock Presentation Plate
Peacock blue gives a fresh new look to the historical Philippe Deshoulieres Dhara pattern. Embellished with shiny platinum details, the enchanting motif was adapted from designs that decorated a poetry manuscript by the Persian poet Saadi. Originally painted by Mir-Imad in 1609, the pattern combines elements of Persian and Indian cultures, with thick black lines separating each color as on traditional Middle-Eastern rugs.
  • Porcelain
  • Hand wash
  • Made in France
Philippe Deshoulieres
$200.00
Bloomingdale's
Philippe Deshoulieres "Dhara" Round Creamer
Dhara is inspired by the side designs of a poetry manuscript from Saadi. It was painted by Mir-Imad in 1609. Each color is separated from each other by a thin black line just like they do with traditional rugs from India and Middle-East.
  • Philippe Deshoulieres has been producing porcelain in the Limoges region of France for six generations
  • The pattern combines two cultures: the light flowery Persian vegetation and Indian arabesques
  • The colors inspired by the traditional saris from Penjab and Cachemire
Philippe Deshoulieres
$205.00
Bloomingdale's
Philippe Deshoulieres "Dhara" Rim Soup Plate
Dhara is inspired by the side designs of a poetry manuscript from Saadi. It was painted by Mir-Imad in 1609. Each color is separated from each other by a thin black line just like they do with traditional rugs from India and Middle-East.
  • Philippe Deshoulieres has been producing porcelain in the Limoges region of France for six generations
  • The pattern combines two cultures: the light flowery Persian vegetation and Indian arabesques
  • The colors inspired by the traditional saris from Penjab and Cachemire
Philippe Deshoulieres
$125.00
Bloomingdale's
Philippe Deshoulieres Dhara Peacock Teapot
Peacock blue gives a fresh new look to the historical Philippe Deshoulieres Dhara pattern. Embellished with shiny platinum details, the enchanting motif was adapted from designs that decorated a poetry manuscript by the Persian poet Saadi. Originally painted by Mir-Imad in 1609, the pattern combines elements of Persian and Indian cultures, with thick black lines separating each color as on traditional Middle-Eastern rugs.
  • Porcelain
  • Hand wash
  • 25.4 oz.
  • Made in France
Philippe Deshoulieres
$475.00
Bloomingdale's
Philippe Deshoulieres Dhara Peacock Teacup
Peacock blue gives a fresh new look to the historical Philippe Deshoulieres Dhara pattern. Embellished with shiny platinum details, the enchanting motif was adapted from designs that decorated a poetry manuscript by the Persian poet Saadi. Originally painted by Mir-Imad in 1609, the pattern combines elements of Persian and Indian cultures, with thick black lines separating each color as on traditional Middle-Eastern rugs.
  • Porcelain
  • Hand wash
  • 5.4 oz.
  • Made in France
Philippe Deshoulieres
$90.00
Bloomingdale's
Philippe Deshoulieres "Dhara" Deep Coupe Plate
Dhara is inspired by the side designs of a poetry manuscript from Saadi. It was painted by Mir-Imad in 1609. Each color is separated from each other by a thin black line just like they do with traditional rugs from India and Middle-East.
  • Philippe Deshoulieres has been producing porcelain in the Limoges region of France for six generations
  • The pattern combines two cultures: the light flowery Persian vegetation and Indian arabesques
  • The colors inspired by the traditional saris from Penjab and Cachemire
Philippe Deshoulieres
$125.00
Bloomingdale's
Philippe Deshoulieres "Dhara" Round Coffe Pot
Dhara is inspired by the side designs of a poetry manuscript from Saadi. It was painted by Mir-Imad in 1609. Each color is separated from each other by a thin black line just like they do with traditional rugs from India and Middle-East.
  • Philippe Deshoulieres has been producing porcelain in the Limoges region of France for six generations
  • The pattern combines two cultures: the light flowery Persian vegetation and Indian arabesques
  • The colors inspired by the traditional saris from Penjab and Cachemire
Philippe Deshoulieres
$475.00
Bloomingdale's
Masiero Mir Pendant Light
Design by Fly Design Studio By Masiero. The Mir Pendant Light is composed of a chrome plated metal body with a triplex blown glass diffuser, accented with clear crystal spheres. Choice of 30 percent lead Egyptian Asfour crystal or Strass Swarovski crystal. Diffuser is available in choice of white or bronze glass. Ships with 4.5 feet of wire. UL Listed. Dimensions
  • 177"D X 11.8"H; 65.8" max height
Materialmetal, glass, crystal Lamp Type INCANDESCENT COMPACT FLUORESCENT CFL FLUORESCENT Bulbs 3 X 60W 120V E12incandescent OR 3 X 9W 120V E12compact fluorescentListing CUL UL Item Number AHA-MAS-MIR-PENDANT-LIGHT
$2,610.00
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Philippe Deshoulieres "Dhara" Round Sugar
Dhara is inspired by the side designs of a poetry manuscript from Saadi. It was painted by Mir-Imad in 1609. Each color is separated from each other by a thin black line just like they do with traditional rugs from India and Middle-East.
  • Philippe Deshoulieres has been producing porcelain in the Limoges region of France for six generations
  • The pattern combines two cultures: the light flowery Persian vegetation and Indian arabesques
  • The colors inspired by the traditional saris from Penjab and Cachemire
Philippe Deshoulieres
$265.00
Bloomingdale's
Philippe Deshoulieres "Dhara" Coffee Saucer
Dhara is inspired by the side designs of a poetry manuscript from Saadi. It was painted by Mir-Imad in 1609. Each color is separated from each other by a thin black line just like they do with traditional rugs from India and Middle-East.
  • Philippe Deshoulieres has been producing porcelain in the Limoges region of France for six generations
  • The pattern combines two cultures: the light flowery Persian vegetation and Indian arabesques
  • The colors inspired by the traditional saris from Penjab and Cachemire
Philippe Deshoulieres
$45.00
Bloomingdale's
Philippe Deshoulieres Dhara Peacock Sugar Bowl
Peacock blue gives a fresh new look to the historical Philippe Deshoulieres Dhara pattern. Embellished with shiny platinum details, the enchanting motif was adapted from designs that decorated a poetry manuscript by the Persian poet Saadi. Originally painted by Mir-Imad in 1609, the pattern combines elements of Persian and Indian cultures, with thick black lines separating each color as on traditional Middle-Eastern rugs.
  • Porcelain
  • Hand wash
  • 8.45 oz.
  • Made in France
Philippe Deshoulieres
$265.00
Bloomingdale's
Philippe Deshoulieres "Dhara" Oval Platter
Dhara is inspired by the side designs of a poetry manuscript from Saadi. It was painted by Mir-Imad in 1609. The pattern combines two cultures: the light flowery Persian vegetation and Indian arabesques. The colors inspired by the traditional saris from Penjab and Cachemire. Each color is separated from each other by a thin black line just like they do with traditional rugs from India and Middle-East.
  • Philippe Deshoulieres has been producing porcelain in the Limoges region of France for six generations
  • The pattern combines two cultures: the light flowery Persian vegetation and Indian arabesques
  • The colors inspired by the traditional saris from Penjab and Cachemire
Philippe Deshoulieres
$395.00
Bloomingdale's
Lutron + Leviton Dimmers Maestro IR- Single Pole or Multi-Location - Fan/Light Control -Open Box
Available options may differ from photo. Single pole or multi-location fan and light control. Controls one 1A fan 300W halogen or incandescent light source. Features:
  • Combines the capabilities of a Maestro IR dimmer and a Maestro IR fan control in the space of one control.
  • Add Infrared Remote capabilities to the Maestro fan/light control.
  • Provides independent control of fan speed and light level as you enter the room.
  • Recall your favorite fan speed and light level with the touch of a button.
  • Adjust both fan speed and light level from up to 3 locations.
  • Control uses a fan canopy module to integrate with the fan.
Package contains (1) control, (1) canopy module, and (1) fan/light remote. Faceplate is sold separately. Models: MIR-LFQMT-AL MIR-LFQMT-BG MIR-LFQMT-BI MIR-LFQMT-BL MIR-LFQMT-BR MIR-LFQMT-BW MIR-LFQMT-DS MIR-LFQMT-ES MIR-LFQMT-GB MIR-LFQMT-GR MIR-LFQMT-GS MIR-LFQMT-HT MIR-LFQMT-IV MIR-LFQMT-LA MIR-LFQMT-LS MIR-LFQMT-MN MIR-LFQMT-MR MIR-LFQMT-MS MIR-LFQMT-PD MIR-LFQMT-PL MIR-LFQMT-SG MIR-LFQMT-SI MIR-LFQMT-ST MIR-LFQMT-SW MIR-LFQMT-TC MIR-LFQMT-TP MIR-LFQMT-TQ MIR-LFQMT-WH
$145.70
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Philippe Deshoulieres "Dhara" Deep Round Platter
Dhara is inspired by the side designs of a poetry manuscript from Saadi. It was painted by Mir-Imad in 1609. Each color is separated from each other by a thin black line just like they do with traditional rugs from India and Middle-East.
  • Philippe Deshoulieres has been producing porcelain in the Limoges region of France for six generations
  • The pattern combines two cultures: the light flowery Persian vegetation and Indian arabesques
  • The colors inspired by the traditional saris from Penjab and Cachemire
Philippe Deshoulieres
$225.00
Bloomingdale's
Philippe Deshoulieres Dhara Peacock Oval Dish
Peacock blue gives a fresh new look to the historical Philippe Deshoulieres Dhara pattern. Embellished with shiny platinum details, the enchanting motif was adapted from designs that decorated a poetry manuscript by the Persian poet Saadi. Originally painted by Mir-Imad in 1609, the pattern combines elements of Persian and Indian cultures, with thick black lines separating each color as on traditional Middle-Eastern rugs.
  • Porcelain
  • Hand wash
  • 15.7" X 10.8"
  • Made in France
Philippe Deshoulieres
$395.00
Bloomingdale's
Philippe Deshoulieres Dhara Peacock Relish Dish
Peacock blue gives a fresh new look to the historical Philippe Deshoulieres Dhara pattern. Embellished with shiny platinum details, the enchanting motif was adapted from designs that decorated a poetry manuscript by the Persian poet Saadi. Originally painted by Mir-Imad in 1609, the pattern combines elements of Persian and Indian cultures, with thick black lines separating each color as on traditional Middle-Eastern rugs.
  • Porcelain
  • Hand wash
  • 9.1" X 5.1"
  • Made in France
Philippe Deshoulieres
$260.00
Bloomingdale's
Philippe Deshoulieres "Dhara" Oval Open Vegetable Bowl
Dhara is inspired by the side designs of a poetry manuscript from Saadi. It was painted by Mir-Imad in 1609. Each color is separated from each other by a thin black line just like they do with traditional rugs from India and Middle-East.
  • Philippe Deshoulieres has been producing porcelain in the Limoges region of France for six generations
  • The pattern combines two cultures: the light flowery Persian vegetation and Indian arabesques
  • The colors inspired by the traditional saris from Penjab and Cachemire
Philippe Deshoulieres
$255.00
Bloomingdale's
Philippe Deshoulieres "Dhara" Presentation Plate
Dhara is inspired by the side designs of a poetry manuscript from Saadi. It was painted by Mir-Imad in 1609. Each color is separated from each other by a thin black line just like they do with traditional rugs from India and Middle-East.
  • Philippe Deshoulieres has been producing porcelain in the Limoges region of France for six generations
  • The pattern combines two cultures: the light flowery Persian vegetation and Indian arabesques
  • The colors inspired by the traditional saris from Penjab and Cachemire
Philippe Deshoulieres
$200.00
Bloomingdale's
Philippe Deshoulieres Dhara Peacock Coffee Cup
Peacock blue gives a fresh new look to the historical Philippe Deshoulieres Dhara pattern. Embellished with shiny platinum details, the enchanting motif was adapted from designs that decorated a poetry manuscript by the Persian poet Saadi. Originally painted by Mir-Imad in 1609, the pattern combines elements of Persian and Indian cultures, with thick black lines separating each color as on traditional Middle-Eastern rugs.
  • Porcelain
  • Hand wash
  • 2.75 oz.
  • Made in France
Philippe Deshoulieres
$85.00
Bloomingdale's
Philippe Deshoulieres "Dhara" Salad Bowl, 24"
Dhara is inspired by the side designs of a poetry manuscript from Saadi. It was painted by Mir-Imad in 1609. Each color is separated from each other by a thin black line just like they do with traditional rugs from India and Middle-East.
  • Philippe Deshoulieres has been producing porcelain in the Limoges region of France for six generations
  • The pattern combines two cultures: the light flowery Persian vegetation and Indian arabesques
  • The colors inspired by the traditional saris from Penjab and Cachemire
Philippe Deshoulieres
$290.00
Bloomingdale's
Philippe Deshoulieres "Dhara" Dinner Plate
Dhara is inspired by the side designs of a poetry manuscript from Saadi. It was painted by Mir-Imad in 1609. Each color is separated from each other by a thin black line just like they do with traditional rugs from India and Middle-East.
  • Philippe Deshoulieres has been producing porcelain in the Limoges region of France for six generations
  • The pattern combines two cultures: the light flowery Persian vegetation and Indian arabesques
  • The colors inspired by the traditional saris from Penjab and Cachemire
Philippe Deshoulieres
$110.00
Bloomingdale's
Philippe Deshoulieres "Dhara" Round Dish
Dhara is inspired by the side designs of a poetry manuscript from Saadi. It was painted by Mir-Imad in 1609. Each color is separated from each other by a thin black line just like they do with traditional rugs from India and Middle-East.
  • Philippe Deshoulieres has been producing porcelain in the Limoges region of France for six generations
  • The pattern combines two cultures: the light flowery Persian vegetation and Indian arabesques
  • The colors inspired by the traditional saris from Penjab and Cachemire
Philippe Deshoulieres
$225.00
Bloomingdale's
Philippe Deshoulieres Dhara Peacock Rimmed Soup Plate
Peacock blue gives a fresh new look to the historical Philippe Deshoulieres Dhara pattern. Embellished with shiny platinum details, the enchanting motif was adapted from designs that decorated a poetry manuscript by the Persian poet Saadi. Originally painted by Mir-Imad in 1609, the pattern combines elements of Persian and Indian cultures, with thick black lines separating each color as on traditional Middle-Eastern rugs.
  • Porcelain
  • Hand wash
  • 8.7"
  • Made in France
Philippe Deshoulieres
$125.00
Bloomingdale's
Philippe Deshoulieres Dhara Peacock Soup Tureen with Lid
Peacock blue gives a fresh new look to the historical Philippe Deshoulieres Dhara pattern. Embellished with shiny platinum details, the enchanting motif was adapted from designs that decorated a poetry manuscript by the Persian poet Saadi. Originally painted by Mir-Imad in 1609, the pattern combines elements of Persian and Indian cultures, with thick black lines separating each color as on traditional Middle-Eastern rugs.
  • Porcelain
  • Hand wash
  • 59.2 oz.
  • Made in France
Philippe Deshoulieres
$680.00
Bloomingdale's
Philippe Deshoulieres Dhara Peacock Salad Bowl
Peacock blue gives a fresh new look to the historical Philippe Deshoulieres Dhara pattern. Embellished with shiny platinum details, the enchanting motif was adapted from designs that decorated a poetry manuscript by the Persian poet Saadi. Originally painted by Mir-Imad in 1609, the pattern combines elements of Persian and Indian cultures, with thick black lines separating each color as on traditional Middle-Eastern rugs.
  • Porcelain
  • Hand wash
  • 84.5 oz.
  • Made in France
Philippe Deshoulieres
$420.00
Bloomingdale's
Philippe Deshoulieres "Dhara" Soup Tureen
Dhara is inspired by the side designs of a poetry manuscript from Saadi. It was painted by Mir-Imad in 1609. Each color is separated from each other by a thin black line just like they do with traditional rugs from India and Middle-East.
  • Philippe Deshoulieres has been producing porcelain in the Limoges region of France for six generations
  • The pattern combines two cultures: the light flowery Persian vegetation and Indian arabesques
  • The colors inspired by the traditional saris from Penjab and Cachemire
Philippe Deshoulieres
$680.00
Bloomingdale's
Philippe Deshoulieres Dhara Peacock Round Cake Platter
Peacock blue gives a fresh new look to the historical Philippe Deshoulieres Dhara pattern. Embellished with shiny platinum details, the enchanting motif was adapted from designs that decorated a poetry manuscript by the Persian poet Saadi. Originally painted by Mir-Imad in 1609, the pattern combines elements of Persian and Indian cultures, with thick black lines separating each color as on traditional Middle-Eastern rugs.
  • Porcelain
  • Hand wash
  • 12"
  • Made in France
Philippe Deshoulieres
$245.00
Bloomingdale's
Philippe Deshoulieres "Dhara" Bouil Saucer
Dhara is inspired by the side designs of a poetry manuscript from Saadi. It was painted by Mir-Imad in 1609. The pattern combines two cultures: the light flowery Persian vegetation and Indian arabesques. The colors inspired by the traditional saris from Penjab and Cachemire. Each color is separated from each other by a thin black line just like they do with traditional rugs from India and Middle-East.
  • Philippe Deshoulieres has been producing porcelain in the Limoges region of France for six generations
  • The pattern combines two cultures: the light flowery Persian vegetation and Indian arabesques
  • The colors inspired by the traditional saris from Penjab and Cachemire
Philippe Deshoulieres
$90.00
Bloomingdale's
Philippe Deshoulieres Dhara Peacock Rectangular Cake Platter
Peacock blue gives a fresh new look to the historical Philippe Deshoulieres Dhara pattern. Embellished with shiny platinum details, the enchanting motif was adapted from designs that decorated a poetry manuscript by the Persian poet Saadi. Originally painted by Mir-Imad in 1609, the pattern combines elements of Persian and Indian cultures, with thick black lines separating each color as on traditional Middle-Eastern rugs.
  • Porcelain
  • Hand wash
  • 15.7" X 5.7"
  • Made in France
Philippe Deshoulieres
$260.00
Bloomingdale's
Philippe Deshoulieres "Dhara" Sauce Boat
Dhara is inspired by the side designs of a poetry manuscript from Saadi. It was painted by Mir-Imad in 1609. Each color is separated from each other by a thin black line just like they do with traditional rugs from India and Middle-East.
  • Philippe Deshoulieres has been producing porcelain in the Limoges region of France for six generations
  • The pattern combines two cultures: the light flowery Persian vegetation and Indian arabesques
  • The colors inspired by the traditional saris from Penjab and Cachemire
Philippe Deshoulieres
$255.00
Bloomingdale's
Homespun Design French Market Dresser from Galax, Virginia
The French Market Dresser is a lovely choice for bedroom storage with six drawers and four stylish finishes to choose from. The French Market Collection is a traditional bedroom collection inspired by the stately Louis Philipe style of furniture and given a chic edge. The tops are selectively bold and subtly detailed, which are nicely complemented by rounded edges, curved legs, and delicate yet utilitarian metal pulls. With almost a century of quality furniture making under its belt, Virginia-based Vaughan-Bassett Furniture Company has firmly established itself as one of the top manufacturers of exquisitely designed fine bedroom furniture. Vaughan-Bassett is dedicated to crafting locally and sustainably harvested home furnishings made from solid wood and veneers using time-tested tenon and joinery techniques.
  • Designed and manufactured in Galax, Virginia, and Elkin, North Carolina
  • Frame constructed from locally harvested solidPoplar
  • Drawer fronts and top of dresser are Cherry or Poplar veneer over MDF
  • Sourced via sustainable methods ? Vaughan-Bassett plants one tree for each one it harvests
  • Designed with sixdrawers
  • Available in four finishes
  • Ships in 1-2 weeks
  • Dresser 62"w x 19.25"d x 37"h
  • Weight: 180 lbs Rectangular Mirror 40.5"w x 2"d x 39.5"h
  • Weight: 40 lbs Arched Mirror 44"w x 2"d x 41.25"h
  • Weight: 45 lbs
$730.00
Homespun Design
MIR 4 Light Flushmount -Open Box
Available options may differ from photo. Head with cut-out metal and inner glass. Fully adjustable track head. Extended handle with plastic grip for adjustment while hot, with glass accent. No visible wires. Material(s): metal, glass Dimensions: 10.88"W X 4.13"H Lamp Type: halogen, incandescent Bulbs: 4 X 50W 120V MR16 GU10 Halogen Models: 12402-021
$134.00
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Philippe Deshoulieres "Dhara" Tea Cup
Dhara is inspired by the side designs of a poetry manuscript from Saadi. It was painted by Mir-Imad in 1609. Each color is separated from each other by a thin black line just like they do with traditional rugs from India and Middle-East.
  • Philippe Deshoulieres has been producing porcelain in the Limoges region of France for six generations
  • The pattern combines two cultures: the light flowery Persian vegetation and Indian arabesques
  • The colors inspired by the traditional saris from Penjab and Cachemire
Philippe Deshoulieres
$90.00
Bloomingdale's
Philippe Deshoulieres "Dhara" After Dinner Cup
Dhara is inspired by the side designs of a poetry manuscript from Saadi. It was painted by Mir-Imad in 1609. Each color is separated from each other by a thin black line just like they do with traditional rugs from India and Middle-East.
  • Philippe Deshoulieres has been producing porcelain in the Limoges region of France for six generations
  • The pattern combines two cultures: the light flowery Persian vegetation and Indian arabesques
  • The colors inspired by the traditional saris from Penjab and Cachemire
Philippe Deshoulieres
$85.00
Bloomingdale's
Philippe Deshoulieres Dhara Peacock Bread & Butter Plate
Peacock blue gives a fresh new look to the historical Philippe Deshoulieres Dhara pattern. Embellished with shiny platinum details, the enchanting motif was adapted from designs that decorated a poetry manuscript by the Persian poet Saadi. Originally painted by Mir-Imad in 1609, the pattern combines elements of Persian and Indian cultures, with thick black lines separating each color as on traditional Middle-Eastern rugs.
  • Porcelain
  • Hand wash
  • 6.1"
  • Made in France
Philippe Deshoulieres
$70.00
Bloomingdale's
Philippe Deshoulieres "Dhara" Salad Plate
Dhara is inspired by the side designs of a poetry manuscript from Saadi. It was painted by Mir-Imad in 1609. Each color is separated from each other by a thin black line just like they do with traditional rugs from India and Middle-East.
  • Philippe Deshoulieres has been producing porcelain in the Limoges region of France for six generations
  • The pattern combines two cultures: the light flowery Persian vegetation and Indian arabesques
  • The colors inspired by the traditional saris from Penjab and Cachemire
Philippe Deshoulieres
$100.00
Bloomingdale's
Masiero Mir Ceiling Light
Design by Fly Design Studio By Masiero. The Mir Ceiling Light is composed of a chrome plated metal body with a triplex blown glass diffuser, accented with clear crystal spheres. Choice of 30 percent lead Egyptian Asfour crystal or Strass Swarovski crystal. Diffuser is available in choice of white or bronze glass. UL Listed. Dimensions
  • 178"D X 9.95"H
Materialmetal, glass, crystal Lamp Type INCANDESCENT COMPACT FLUORESCENT CFL FLUORESCENT Bulbs 6 X 60W 120V E12incandescent OR 6 X 9W 120V E12compact fluorescentListing CUL UL Item Number AHA-MAS-MIR-CEILING-LIGHT
$2,565.00
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Philippe Deshoulieres Dhara Peacock Sauce Boat
Peacock blue gives a fresh new look to the historical Philippe Deshoulieres Dhara pattern. Embellished with shiny platinum details, the enchanting motif was adapted from designs that decorated a poetry manuscript by the Persian poet Saadi. Originally painted by Mir-Imad in 1609, the pattern combines elements of Persian and Indian cultures, with thick black lines separating each color as on traditional Middle-Eastern rugs.
  • Porcelain
  • Hand wash
  • 6.75 oz.
  • Made in France
Philippe Deshoulieres
$255.00
Bloomingdale's
Masiero Mir Floor Lamp
Design by Fly Design Studio By Masiero. The Mir Floor Lamp is composed of a chrome plated metal body with a triplex blown glass diffuser, accented with clear crystal spheres. Choice of 30 percent lead Egyptian Asfour crystal or Strass Swarovski crystal. Diffuser is available in choice of white or bronze glass. UL Listed. Dimensions
  • 177"D X 72.85"H
Materialmetal, glass, crystal Lamp Type INCANDESCENT COMPACT FLUORESCENT CFL FLUORESCENT Bulbs 3 X 60W 120V E12incandescent OR 3 X 9W 120V E12compact fluorescentListing CUL UL Item Number AHA-MAS-MIR-FLOOR-LAMP
$3,505.00
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Philippe Deshoulieres Dhara Peacock Deep Cereal Plate
Peacock blue gives a fresh new look to the historical Philippe Deshoulieres Dhara pattern. Embellished with shiny platinum details, the enchanting motif was adapted from designs that decorated a poetry manuscript by the Persian poet Saadi. Originally painted by Mir-Imad in 1609, the pattern combines elements of Persian and Indian cultures, with thick black lines separating each color as on traditional Middle-Eastern rugs.
  • Porcelain
  • Hand wash
  • 8.3"
  • Made in France
Philippe Deshoulieres
$125.00
Bloomingdale's
Philippe Deshoulieres "Dhara" Salad Bowl, 28"
Dhara is inspired by the side designs of a poetry manuscript from Saadi. It was painted by Mir-Imad in 1609. Each color is separated from each other by a thin black line just like they do with traditional rugs from India and Middle-East.
  • Philippe Deshoulieres has been producing porcelain in the Limoges region of France for six generations
  • The pattern combines two cultures: the light flowery Persian vegetation and Indian arabesques
  • The colors inspired by the traditional saris from Penjab and Cachemire
Philippe Deshoulieres
$420.00
Bloomingdale's
Masiero Mir Table Lamp
Design by Fly Design Studio By Masiero. The Mir Table Lamp is composed of a chrome plated metal body with a triplex blown glass diffuser, accented with clear crystal spheres. Choice of 30 percent lead Egyptian Asfour crystal or Strass Swarovski crystal. Diffuser is available in choice of white or bronze glass. UL Listed. Dimensions
  • 118"D X 17.7"H
Materialmetal, glass, crystal Lamp Type INCANDESCENT COMPACT FLUORESCENT CFL FLUORESCENT Bulbs 2 X 60W 120V E26incandescent OR 2 X 9W 120V E26compact fluorescentListing CUL UL Item Number AHA-MAS-MIR-TABLE-LAMP
$1,435.00
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Philippe Deshoulieres Dhara Peacock Coffee Saucer
Peacock blue gives a fresh new look to the historical Philippe Deshoulieres Dhara pattern. Embellished with shiny platinum details, the enchanting motif was adapted from designs that decorated a poetry manuscript by the Persian poet Saadi. Originally painted by Mir-Imad in 1609, the pattern combines elements of Persian and Indian cultures, with thick black lines separating each color as on traditional Middle-Eastern rugs.
  • Porcelain
  • Hand wash
  • 5.25"
  • Made in France
Philippe Deshoulieres
$45.00
Bloomingdale's
Flying Carpet Rug By Nanimarquina
Something more than a simple rug, Flying Carpet means life at floor level, a plain and relaxing topography, a domestic oasis. Its design makes it a comfortable and playful three-dimensional space to sit down, stretch out and relax, both at home and in public areas. Any of its corners can be raised with Gray felt-covered wedges, giving it a new form that allows you to make yourself comfortable on it to read, watch TV or chat.   Features Flying Carpet Collection Designed by Ana Mir and Emili Padrós Material: 100% New Zealand wool Manufacture: Handmade Technique: Hand tufted Upon request size: Large - 9 feet 10 inches x 13 feet 1 inch Available in special colors and dimensions Carpet Dimensions (inches): Small - 5 feet 7 inches x 8 feet 4 inches: 67W x 100L x 0.79H Large - 9 feet 10 inches x 13 feet 1 inch: 118W x 157L x 0.79H Wedge Dimensions (inches): Small - 3 feet 9 inches x 3 feet 9 inches x 1 foot: 45W x 45D x 12H Large - 4 feet 9 inches x 4 feet 9 inches x 1 foot 8 inches: 57W x 57D x 20H Care and Cleaning Dry cleaning not recommended It is recommended that you vacuum your rug regularly  Clean any spillages with a suitable product before they dry Nanimarquina,Rugs,What's New at 2Modern
Nani Marquina
$2,077.00
2Modern
Philippe Deshoulieres "Dhara" Bread & Butter Plate
Dhara is inspired by the side designs of a poetry manuscript from Saadi. It was painted by Mir-Imad in 1609. Each color is separated from each other by a thin black line just like they do with traditional rugs from India and Middle-East.
  • Philippe Deshoulieres has been producing porcelain in the Limoges region of France for six generations
  • The pattern combines two cultures: the light flowery Persian vegetation and Indian arabesques
  • The colors inspired by the traditional saris from Penjab and Cachemire
Philippe Deshoulieres
$70.00
Bloomingdale's
Philippe Deshoulieres "Dhara" Round Tea Pot
Dhara is inspired by the side designs of a poetry manuscript from Saadi. It was painted by Mir-Imad in 1609. Each color is separated from each other by a thin black line just like they do with traditional rugs from India and Middle-East.
  • Philippe Deshoulieres has been producing porcelain in the Limoges region of France for six generations
  • The pattern combines two cultures: the light flowery Persian vegetation and Indian arabesques
  • The colors inspired by the traditional saris from Penjab and Cachemire
Philippe Deshoulieres
$475.00
Bloomingdale's
Philippe Deshoulieres Dhara Peacock Coffee Pot
Peacock blue gives a fresh new look to the historical Philippe Deshoulieres Dhara pattern. Embellished with shiny platinum details, the enchanting motif was adapted from designs that decorated a poetry manuscript by the Persian poet Saadi. Originally painted by Mir-Imad in 1609, the pattern combines elements of Persian and Indian cultures, with thick black lines separating each color as on traditional Middle-Eastern rugs.
  • Porcelain
  • Hand wash
  • 42.25 oz.
  • Made in France
Philippe Deshoulieres
$475.00
Bloomingdale's
Philippe Deshoulieres "Dhara" Round Cake Plate
Dhara is inspired by the side designs of a poetry manuscript from Saadi. It was painted by Mir-Imad in 1609. Each color is separated from each other by a thin black line just like they do with traditional rugs from India and Middle-East.
  • Philippe Deshoulieres has been producing porcelain in the Limoges region of France for six generations
  • The pattern combines two cultures: the light flowery Persian vegetation and Indian arabesques
  • The colors inspired by the traditional saris from Penjab and Cachemire
Philippe Deshoulieres
$260.00
Bloomingdale's
Philippe Deshoulieres "Dhara" Soup Bowl
Dhara is inspired by the side designs of a poetry manuscript from Saadi. It was painted by Mir-Imad in 1609. Each color is separated from each other by a thin black line just like they do with traditional rugs from India and Middle-East.
  • Philippe Deshoulieres has been producing porcelain in the Limoges region of France for six generations
  • The pattern combines two cultures: the light flowery Persian vegetation and Indian arabesques
  • The colors inspired by the traditional saris from Penjab and Cachemire
Philippe Deshoulieres
$175.00
Bloomingdale's
Erin Mirrored Chest
  • Handcrafted multifunctional chest.
  • Reverse-antiqued mirror front, sides, and top.
  • Hardwood frame.
  • Gold-leaf finish.
  • Four doors; one shelf behind each pair.
  • 60"W x 22"D x 36"T; interior, 59"W x 21"D.
  • Imported.
  • Boxed weight, approximately 198 lbs.
Waterford
$3,899.00
Neiman Marcus
Masiero Mir Mini Pendant Light
Design by Fly Design Studio By Masiero. The Mir Mini Pendant Light is composed of a chrome plated metal body with a triplex blown glass diffuser, accented with clear crystal spheres. Choice of 30 percent lead Egyptian Asfour crystal or Strass Swarovski crystal. Diffuser is available in choice of white or bronze glass. Ships with 4.5 feet of wire. UL Listed. Dimensions
  • 118"D X 9.95"H; 63.95" max height
Materialmetal, glass, crystal Lamp Type INCANDESCENT COMPACT FLUORESCENT CFL FLUORESCENT Bulbs 2 X 60W 120V E12incandescent OR 2 X 9W 120V E12compact fluorescentListing CUL UL Item Number AHA-MAS-MIR-MINI-PENDANT-LIGHT
$1,340.00
Ylighting
Philippe Deshoulieres "Dhara" Tea Saucer
Dhara is inspired by the side designs of a poetry manuscript from Saadi. It was painted by Mir-Imad in 1609. Each color is separated from each other by a thin black line just like they do with traditional rugs from India and Middle-East.
  • Philippe Deshoulieres has been producing porcelain in the Limoges region of France for six generations
  • The pattern combines two cultures: the light flowery Persian vegetation and Indian arabesques
  • The colors inspired by the traditional saris from Penjab and Cachemire
Philippe Deshoulieres
$55.00
Bloomingdale's
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