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Where to hunt for beautiful, bold antiques in NYC

Written by Doris Athineos

Rock crystal drop

Rock crystal drop

It's not a crystal ball (above) but we predict that the New York Design Center (200 Lexington) will become a one-stop shopping destination for the design community now that 1st Dibs has landed on the 10th floor. The New york Design Center has it all (new, old and vintage) under one roof. Show us what you like. Here are some more of our favorites:

 

French rock-crystal chandelier, circa 1940s

French rock-crystal chandelier, circa 1940s

 

(Detail) French rock-crystal chandelier

(Detail) French rock-crystal chandelier

 

Carved and applied wood, tin and mortar alligator found in Sweden

Carved and applied wood, tin and mortar alligator found in Sweden

 

pull from a 1950s wall cabinet by Philip Lloyd Powell

pull from a 1950s wall cabinet by Philip Lloyd Powell

 

Fifties wall cabinet by Philip Lloyd Powell

Fifties wall cabinet by Philip Lloyd Powell

 

Lavender beauty (walls) and Louis XIV chandelier by Jansen by Roger Prigent

Lavender beauty (walls) and Louis XIV chandelier by Jansen. See Roger Prigent

 

merchant ship masthead (British, circa 19th century)

Merchant ship masthead (British, circa 19th century)

 

bleached mahogany side cabinet by Grosfeld House with Norman Mercer pyramidss

Bleached mahogany side cabinet by Grosfeld House with Norman Mercer's fantastic plastic (lucite)  pyramids

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