Peggy Shares Her Organic Picks

Our market editor Peggy Levinson shares her picks for naturally inspired pieces.

NATURAL FORCES

Organic doesn’t mean granola. Some of my favorite things for September are inspired by natural shapes and textures. Others are handcrafted by artists and as beautiful as anything from Mother Nature.

-Market editor Peggy Levinson. Email Peggy at [email protected]

photography by Edward Jordan

LEFT: Handblown crystal goblets from a Pennsylvania artist will set you back $435 a piece, but who needs food on the table? At Stanley Korshak Home, $435.

RIGHT: This wood-grained gourd vase from Vintage Living has the texture and earthy color of faux bois. At Vintage Living/
Lisa Luby Ryan, $122.

photography by Edward Jordan

Sabina Fay Braxton’s silk velvet mimics the color of golden sunlight. At Allan Knight and Associates (To the trade).

photography by Edward Jordan

William Switzer’s heavily carved center table is positively animal in shagreen. At Allan Knight and Associates (To the trade).

courtesy of William Switzer

LEFT: Las Palmas’ twiggy Golden Branch chair is pure fantasy from the ’40s. At E.C. Dicken (To The Trade). ABOVE: Madison’s silver tea tray is inset with faux tortoiseshell. Hip enough to serve anyone wearing Roberto Cavalli. At Madison, $2,350.

chair courtesy of E.C. Dicken, photography by Edward Jordan

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