Chapter 2: Living Room

Chapter 2: Living Room


“Tables and chairs, beds, mirrors, a clock to remind the happy couple of the passage of time, an armchair for an hour’s pleasant daydreaming, carpets…pictures on the wall, glasses for everyday and others for wine and festive occasions…Are we to hang our hearts on such little things? Yes, and without hesitation.” Sigmund Freud, in a letter to his future wife, Martha, when they were still engaged.

Everything in the following installation is available. Click on the link to be redirected to pages about particular objects. We are adding and updating all the time, so if you don’t find what you need, do come back. Or contact us, and we will get back to you tout de suite with the information you require.

Sculptor’s table with oxidized urn-form lamp, stone axe blades, African lidded bronze vessel, Italian Baroque Madonna and Child (oil on copper).

Leather and velvet recamier, the cushion covered with a Caucasian embroidered textile. Pacific islands monkey panels, Warren Platner coffee table.

Louise Phillippe mirror.

Flos lamp, 18th century engravings from Diderot’s Encyclopédie, ou dictionnaire raisonné des sciences, des arts et des métiers, Le Corbusier LC3 armchair.

Shiva linga.

Art Deco armchairs, Korean, Chinese and German vases, African male figure, pre-Colombian head.

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