The Best Silver fruit Bowl? The Camel from Katharine Pooley
We, at Lussorian, appreciate good quality and bang on styling, That`s why we are big fans of the work of Katharine Pooley.
The acclaimed interior designer has pulled off some pretty impressive projects recently. This post is more a nod to her range of standout unique pieces for your home. The Katharine Pooley boutique on Walton street, London, is chock full of inspired and beautiful items of furniture and objets d`art.
The Camel is a piece that best represents the quirkiness and individual nature of the items available.
It could also represent Katharine herself. Likened to a Camel I probably wouldn`t be thanked for, but (dug a hole here, haven`t I?) The Camel is well travelled, incomparable, majestic and very beautiful.
Standing just under a metre long and half a metre high The Camel has an impressive scale which would undoubtedly make a spectacular and eye-catching addition to the classic interior.
The Camel was painstakingly crafted in Asia over a period of 3 months and is made from solid sterling silver and teak root wood with the eyes made from exquisite tiger eye stones, known for their mystical and healing properties.
As well as being an impressive piece of sculptural art, the Camel has a variety of uses and could be used as a fruit bowl or table centrepiece.
This piece is available exclusively through Katharine Pooley.
(Approximate size: 38x92x41cm. Approximate weight: 17.00 kg. Price: £30,000.00.)
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