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Born out of a love of architecture and chess, London designers Ian Flood and Chris Prossner have reimagined the chess set by taking the classic game pieces and replacing them with miniature renditions of famous New York buildings. In the New York Skyline Chess Set, a range of buildings from across the city, some of which capture the essence of the early 1900’s construction boom and the growth of skyscraper architecture, through to their more contemporary counterparts, along with some of the city’s most recognizable silhouettes make up the set.
Freedom Tower is the King with the Empire State Building as its queen. The Flatiron Building portrays the Knight, with the Guggenheim as the rook. A row of Brownstone houses stand as the pawns. The 32-piece NYC Skyline set is cast in injection moulded acrylic. Each piece is double weighted and has a soft felt base. Finished in classic black and white, this stunning set is the perfect creation for someone looking for a unique piece of British design. Each set comes complete with a 16” x 16” folding board and presentation box.
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The shimmering design of the Metropolitan Museum Tiffany Peacock Feather Shawl was inspired by the Louis Comfort Tiffany (American, 1848–1933) iridescent glass vase produced by Tiffany Glass and Decorating Company in 1900. The piece stylizes the "eye" of the peacock feather with rich iridescent hues gradating to a light blue surrounding the eyes. Louis Comfort Tiffany was often compelled by the...
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This Klimt Crepe de Chine Silk Scarf in red features a detail from Gustav Klimt's painting Hope II. Gustav Klimt (1862-1918) was an Austrian symbolist painter, president of the Vienna Secession, and one of its most prominent founding members. Klimt is particularly noted for his sensual paintings and murals. Hand rolled hems. 100% Silk. : 59" x 13.75" (150cm x...
The Metropolitan Museum of Art's elegant Tiffany Grapevine scarf is based on a stunning window panel by master decorative artist Louis Comfort Tiffany (American, 1848–1933). The window panel, now in the Museum's American Wing, features jewel-like clusters of grapes on trailing vines silhouetted against a distant sky. Textured glass lends a three-dimensional quality and a dazzling iridescence to the grapes....
Featuring lush, radiant colors, The Metropolitan Museum of Art's Iris Scarf is based on the Louis Comfort Tiffany (American, 1848 - 1933) Magnolias and Irises Favrile glass window depicting a picturesque landscape. The window features an embankment of irises beneath flowering magnolia trees. Magnificent purple hills with a central meandering stream, emblematic of the River of Life theme, are set in...