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With our presence in over 80 countries worldwide, our new Muscat boutique introduces a unique luxury product and presents Omani objects d'art lovers with the exceptional style of Lalique crystals.
As part of the London Design Festival (14-22 September), The Mosaic Rooms will host an exclusive Carwan Gallery pop-up exhibition, presenting visitors with the opportunity to buy unique contemporary limited-edition furniture, lighting and objects d'art by cutting-edge designers from the Middle East and beyond.
World's fairs offered the opportunity not only to demonstrate the quality of a nation's own manufacture of objects d'art but also to gain insight into the tastes of other nations where potential shares of the markets for luxury goods might be won.
Other product zones include Bar Accessories, Furniture, Green Living, Health & Wellness, Home Tech, Kitchenware & Gadgets, Outdoor Living, Paintings & Objects d'Art and Tableware.
Interior designer Carrie Edwards explained: "The light streaming through all angles of the property enabled us to emphasise its sense of space yet provide a dramatic backdrop for the specially commissioned pieces of original artwork and objects d'art.
A handy visual guide to the objects d'art is found on the front and back inner pages of "Goldilocks and the Three Bears.
The NEC fair, supported by the Association of Art & Antiques Dealers, is Britain's most prestigious fair outside London, and offers an impressive array of the most desirable antiques, decorative period accessories, fine art and objects d'art.
If you do feel the muse to venture out, finding some interesting objects d'art can provide some nice finishing touches to your living space.
v Exotic summer of chocolates Forrey & Galland have seamlessly mastered the art of combining flavours together to create objects d'art.
This unique twosome purchased objects d'art when few others were buying.
Whether something is recherch or avantgarde, they want products that whisper quality and opulence and they like to browse in search of unique objects d'art or exclusive brands.
Some philosophers argue that Motelism is the ultimate "centrism," going far beyond ego-centrism and geo-centrism, since even quarks and quasars become objects d'art for the brassy antics of motelists.