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    Charles and Ray moved into their Pacific Palisades home, aka Case Study House No. 8, on Christmas Eve in 1949. For the rest of their lives, this was where they lived, worked and played, and today the interior remains very much as they left it. The Eames Foundation is taking serious efforts to conserve the property, and their work is very Eames-ish in its approach and brilliance. Next to a large tree, a small one grows, ready to take its place when the time comes. Monitoring devices – installed by Getty’s architectural conservator, the same person who developed climate control for King Tut’s tomb – are tracking the environmental conditions affecting the house. Perhaps most Eames-ish of all is the name: 250 Year Project. Rather than waiting for the house to be in crisis, the foundation is planning for future needs now. These tax-deductible limited-edition prints are original works inspired by Eames quotes or objects from the house itself. All proceeds will help support the conservation projects of the Eames Foundation. Each print is individually numbered. Made in U.S.A. Spiral. With their passion for the deep resonances between art and science, it’s no surprise that the beautiful spiral of a nautilus would command the attention of Charles and Ray. This image is recreated from one found in the Giant House of Cards designed by the Eameses in 1953, a set of which still exists inside the Eames House. Details. This classic Eames quote from the film Eames Contract Storage reflects a philosophy embedded in every example of work from the Eameses. It also exemplifies the Powers of Ten thinking they brought to so many of their projects. At first a bit terse, it’s actually an insightful reminder of what makes timeless design. Tops. At the end of watching their first film Blacktop on the TV show Stars of Jazz , Charles and Ray were startled when the host announced the show would air a new film from them next week. Rather than expressing indignation, in six days they shot, and edited a 3-minute film now known as Tops from the Stars of Jazz. Like many others, it was shot at the Eames House. The Need. Asked on film, -To whom does design address itself? To the greatest number (the masses)? The specialists? The enlightened amateur? A privileged social class?” Charles replied simply, -To the need.” One of the most concise expressions of design philosophy, the full quote serves as a perfect companion to those contemplating guiding principles.
  • Pier 1 Imports Floral & Glitter Egg Garland
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    A bright mix of colorful faux spring blossoms and glittery eggs, this handcrafted garland celebrates all the things you love about the season. Drape one on your railing, mantel or around a doorway, or incorporate it into an Easter display or centerpiece. Details & Dimensions: Multicolor. 3.94"W x 2.50"D x 63"L. Polystyrene foam, nylon, plastic, paper, metal. Handcrafted.
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  • Rebecca Taylor Splash Floral Flirt Dress
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    Sleeveless styling. Rounded neckline. V-back detailing. Fitted bodice with ruffled skirt. Fitted mini dress silhouette. V back detail. Hidden zipper closure. Lined. Imported.
  • GIANVITO ROSSI Metallic Pointed Pumps
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    Pink metallic pumps from Gianvito Rossi. Scalloped detail with silver edging. Pointed toe. Stiletto heel. Leather lined. Cushioned leather insole. Heel height: 11cm/ 4 inches.
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  • Oh is for Opera! - Nantucket
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    Dimensions: 20 x 30. Limited Edition Giclee Prints of original oil paintings by Cape Cod artist Julia O'Malley-Keyes are created using only the finest quality printable canvas and permanent pigmented inks. Giclée printing is considered the cutting edge of Fine Art Reproduction. A signed Certificate of Authenticity is included with each Limited Edition Print. The Opera House Cup was born one hot, summer night in July 1973; the place was the Opera House Restaurant, a fine-dining and drinks club on Nantucket Island. Owner Gwen Gaillard and manager Chick Walsh were sitting at a table on the patio watching the diners finish up as the Ship's Inn crew and other locals began to trickle in. The drinks flowed and discussion eventually came around to the sailors' main complaint; no one held a regatta for classic single-hulled wooden sailboats. "I'll provide the food, drinks, and winner's cup," Gwen said. "You guys go out and get the boats." That night the Opera House Cup Regatta was born. more information about this unique race may be found at www.operahousecup.com/ohc_racehistory.htm
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    Walk down the aisle with gorgeous style in the breathtaking Cailyn peep-toe pump. Satin upper. Stunning ribbon and pleated detail. Lightly padded footbed. Covered heel and hidden platform. Leather sole. Measurements: ; Heel Height: 4 in ; Weight: 10 oz ; Platform Height: 1 in ; Product measurements were taken using size 8, width M. Please note that measurements may vary by size.
  • Spring Meadow Wreath
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    From our favorite partner for premium floral designs comes this unique, all-natural handmade wreath. Each ingredient in this wreath is naturally grown without pesticides, then harvested by hand and naturally air-dried. Naturally grown and delivered fresh from a California farm, the fragrant hand-woven foliage is a beautiful way to welcome friends and family to your home. Wreath can be displayed on doors to greet guests or used on your table as inviting centerpiece with a candle. The spring meadow wreath features a beautiful blend of marjoram, sage, savory, bay, setaria grass, twigs, thistle, globe amaranth, feverfew, oregano and larkspur. 16" d. Made in the USA.
  • Pottery Barn Faux Pussy Willow Easter Egg Wreath
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  • Erika Cavallini Semi Couture Loraiine Dress
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  • Peaceful Sea
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    Dimensions: 16 x 24. Limited Edition Giclee Prints of original oil paintings by Cape Cod artist Julia O'Malley-Keyes are created using only the finest quality printable canvas and permanent pigmented inks. Giclée printing is considered the cutting edge of Fine Art Reproduction. A signed Certificate of Authenticity is included with each Limited Edition Print. Shamrock V was built in 1930 for Sir Thomas Lipton's fifth and last America's Cup challenge. Designed by Nicholson, she was the first British yacht to be built to the new J Class Rule and is the only remaining J to have been built in wood. After launch she was continually upgraded with changes to hull shape and rudder. The rig was also modified to create the most effective racing sail plan but she was no match for the faster US design "Enterprise". Sir T.O.M. Sopwith (famous for his aeroplane designs in the First World War) had considerable knowledge of yacht racing and purchased the yacht in 1932 to gain experience in J Class racing. He challenged in 1933 and using his experience from Shamrock V, went on to build his challenger "Endeavour". Shamrock V was then sold to aviation friend Sir Richard Fairey (Fairey Aviation) who again was a keen yachtsman who campaigned it in company of two new steel J's built during 1933 - 1934 - Velsheda and Endeavour. After World War II, Italian owner Mario Crespi installed the elegant bird's-eye maple interior Shamrock V still has today. More information about this beautiful classic yacht may be found at www.jclassyachts.com/shamrock.html
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  • Pour la Victoire Ava Patent-Heel Cork Pump
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    Ava Patent-Heel Cork Pump, Pink Details Laser-cut cork reveals shimmery underlay. Patent leather piping at collar. 5" patent heel with 1" platform. 4" equivalent. Peep toe. Leather sole."Ava" is imported.
  • Marni Short Dress
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