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Inspired by Timeless Art: Incredible Objects for Everyday Living

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In this article, we bring together a fascinating fusion of new and old aesthetic art: from an Oscar de la Renta gown echoing the glamor of Art Nouveau jewels to an ancient Chinese tapestry that inspired an iconic British bag. These legendary creations showcase the incredible interplay of art and everyday life.

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This Art Nouveau plaque-de-cou necklace by artist Henri Dubret captures the period’s elegance through a blossoming masterpiece of vine-tangled jewels, beset with delicate enamel butterflies.

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A sublime vision of femininity and aesthetic art, Oscar de la Renta’s full-skirted poplin dress in a fresh vine and seashell print is as light and crisp as a new spring day.

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This exotic paper from Alsace, France, showcases an ornate trompe l’oeil pattern. The paper dates back to 18th-century India but was modernized by Alexandre Poulaillon in Alsace, France.

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This circa 1810 punch bowl from Spode, a 250-year-old British manufacturer of fine ceramics, is adorned with colorful hand-painted florals in a Japanese imari palette of blue, iron red, peach, and green.

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This iconic Midi Mayfair bag from Aspinal of London is hand-crafted from fine full-grain leather. Classic vintage styling is refined with whimsical hand-embroidered woodland motifs.

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The art of Kesi embroidery—an ancient Chinese silk tapestry technique famous for its lightness and clarity—takes the spotlight in this incredible Qing Dynasty textile art piece depicting a natural scene in a soothing palette.

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Created using the technique of chromolithography, this vibrant Hermes platter explodes in a burst of flora and tropical foliage.

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A bouquet of brilliant wildflowers pops from the canvas in this mesmerizing Wild Flowers of Ceres aesthetic art piece. Painted in 1882 by artist Marianne North, the work has a vibrant, textural dimension.

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