The mini-matrimony and micro-wedding are in vogue. Couples commemorate their special day by investing in heirloom keepsakes that they and their families and friends can enjoy for years to come.
Victorian Charm Bracelets
The endearing charms on these bracelets once adorned the wardrobes of ladies and gentlemen from 200 years ago. Still beautiful, and maybe more so now with their lovely antique patina, they will enchant all who wear them.
Early 19th Century French Fauteuils
A stately pair for the bride and groom – substantial and sturdy, museum quality Louis XVI style, gilt arm-chairs which can be used as-is or reupholstered to fit with any decor. Beautifully aged gilt over intricate carving through out.
1930’s Satin Liquid Wedding Dress and Knife Pleat Caplet
This soft and slinky, satin liquid dress is layered with intricate knife pleating all around the hem and caplet. It makes a perfectly elegant understated look.
A very special day has come for someone dear to our family. My step-daughter, Sasha Bikoff, has married her long-time friend Adam Cooper. They planned the venue for the Pearl Palace, a nickname for their newly built home in the Hampton’s. The sunset setting on Gardiner’s Bay, with all their loved ones around them couldn’t… Read More »