Noëlle Chini Thorel's selection
Head buyer of the bookstore for Bon Marché, Noëlle decodes what’s trending in the sector.
CANDLE HOLDER HIGH MODEL PERFORATED WITH GLASS GOLD L12,5 X W54 CM CANDLE HOLDER ROUND MODEL PERFORATED WITH GLASS SILVER D30 X H38 CM
SILK SCARVE "Billie"
Discover in exclusivity, our collaboration with the prestigious house Douka Paris & Atelier Mouti. Our box consists of a 100% silk scarf and a round pocket mirror, printed in colors with a unique illustration designed by Mélissa. It's the chic trendy accessory to mix with all your looks! French quality label and know-how Made & Designed in Paris
MEDIUM CUTTING BOARD WITHOUT A HANDLE WHEATEAR
This cutting board is from collection Bread. Four main FUGA collections are based on the fundamental symbols adopted by many traditional cultures. Bread is a universal symbol of life and unity of a mankind. It’s a first product that was made up by humans themselves, the first creative act. The patterns of this collection are inspired by endless grain fields, golden wheats and feast pies.
Delaunay R Paris
ZAIDA UK LTD
This stunning wool cushion is produced using the finest, traditional techniques, handmade in Kashmir using chain-stitch in 100% wool and natural dyes . Cold wash, dry flat. Cool iron or dry clean. Size are 50cm x 50cm also matching rugs or wall hangings. Cushions are handmade using eastern traditional methods, naturally dyed woollen threads are chainstitched onto cotton fabric with incredible detail and individuality. . The products are made by hand by the Kashmiri families who lovingly make each piece one at a time.
Continue the exploration of the ancient wood inlay techinque.The collection of hooks celebrates the Venetian tradition of wood inlays, which from the small town of Lendinara, now in the province of Rovigo, it has spread throughout Europe. The detailed inlaid scenes are reworked by details of ancient works and enclosed by a precious brass edge.The collection comes in two dierent illustration. Botanica which the oral decorations are inspired by the furniture collection of the Zuckerman Museum in Padua. The botanical repertory from the 17th century, proves the close trade and cultural relations