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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 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" 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
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
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 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 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
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
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
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" 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 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" 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" 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" 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.
Horchow
$3,899.00
Horchow
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" 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
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" 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" 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" 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
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" 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
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
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
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
Ylighting
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" 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
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" 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" 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 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 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
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" 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" 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 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 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" 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 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" 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" 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
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
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
Ylighting
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 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 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" 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
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