Asian fire pit accessories

Discover new outdoor fireplace design ideas or find inspiration for your own fireplace with help from the experts at HGTV.com.

Discover new outdoor fireplace design ideas or find inspiration for your own fireplace with help from the experts at HGTV.com.

"Decorating is about the big picture. If you say 'I'd like a pink lamp' and I just go get a pink glazed ceramic lamp, you should fire me. What a decorator does is bring you a blue and white Delft lamp and say "This would look perfect in a pink room". Jeffrey Bilhuber

"Decorating is about the big picture. If you say 'I'd like a pink lamp' and I just go get a pink glazed ceramic lamp, you should fire me. What a decorator does is bring you a blue and white Delft lamp and say "This would look perfect in a pink room". Jeffrey Bilhuber

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Floral Pectoral Ornament Object Name: Pectoral ornament Date: late 19th–early 20th century Geography: Central Asia or Iran Culture: Islamic Medium: Silver, fire-gilded and chased, with ram's-head upper terminals, openwork, wire chains, embossed pendants, table-cut carnelians, and turquoise beads

Floral Pectoral Ornament Object Name: Pectoral ornament Date: late 19th–early 20th century Geography: Central Asia or Iran Culture: Islamic Medium: Silver, fire-gilded and chased, with ram's-head upper terminals, openwork, wire chains, embossed pendants, table-cut carnelians, and turquoise beads

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Mottahedeh Tobacco Leaf Trumpet Vase: Tobacco Leaf, one of the most prized of Chinese Export patterns, was developed circa 1780, probably for the Portuguese and Brazilian markets - though examples have also been found in other European countries and in North America. The design shows the leaves of the flowering Nicotiana (Tobacco) plant upon which a small phoenix perches bearing a flowering twig in its beak. This exact reproduction requires twenty-eight colors including 22K gold and five…

Mottahedeh Tobacco Leaf Trumpet Vase: Tobacco Leaf, one of the most prized of Chinese Export patterns, was developed circa 1780, probably for the Portuguese and Brazilian markets - though examples have also been found in other European countries and in North America. The design shows the leaves of the flowering Nicotiana (Tobacco) plant upon which a small phoenix perches bearing a flowering twig in its beak. This exact reproduction requires twenty-eight colors including 22K gold and five…

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