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Madame Malachite Bookends - Black - Assouline
Madame Malachite Bookends - Black - Assouline
Madame Malachite Bookends - Black - Assouline
Madame Malachite Bookends - Black - Assouline

Madame Malachite Bookends - Black -

$495.00

ASSOULINE

MMBE01001BLA

8793747292251

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Description
An elegant addition to any bookshelf or library, these jeweled bookends are finished in luxury black alligator skin. Gold-plated malachite stones add a touch of luxury to this stylish and functional set. Handcrafted in Istanbul, Madame Malachite collections are a translation of eastern culture into the western lifestyle.

Each bookend measures 6"w x 3.7"d x 7"h
Details
  • 0 pages
  • 0 illustrations
  • -- language
  • Released in 2018
  • W 6 x H 7 x D 3.7 in
  • ISBN: --
  • 4.0 lb
About the Author
Madame Malachite was born in Istanbul, enriched with the history and cultural heritage of her native town. Her ancestry dates back to the Byzantium period and ancient Constantinople where jewels, not only represented status and diplomacy, but were used as amulets protecting against bad luck or harm. Empress Theodora was the most influential empress of the Byzantine Empire. As a woman of strength and passion, her vision to further the advancement and empowerment of women in her society is a true inspiration for Madame Malachite.

The cosmopolitan art history of the Ottomans also creates a colorful playground for Madame Malachite. The Ottoman times brought an influx of artisanal work to her city. Madame Malachite’s atelier today still uses many techniques passed down from generation to generation.

Madame Malachite Bookends - Black - $495.00

ASSOULINE

MMBE01001BLA

8793747292251

Description
An elegant addition to any bookshelf or library, these jeweled bookends are finished in luxury black alligator skin. Gold-plated malachite stones add a touch of luxury to this stylish and functional set. Handcrafted in Istanbul, Madame Malachite collections are a translation of eastern culture into the western lifestyle.

Each bookend measures 6"w x 3.7"d x 7"h
Details
  • 0 pages
  • 0 illustrations
  • -- language
  • Released in 2018
  • W 6 x H 7 x D 3.7 in
  • ISBN: --
  • 4.0 lb
About the Author
Madame Malachite was born in Istanbul, enriched with the history and cultural heritage of her native town. Her ancestry dates back to the Byzantium period and ancient Constantinople where jewels, not only represented status and diplomacy, but were used as amulets protecting against bad luck or harm. Empress Theodora was the most influential empress of the Byzantine Empire. As a woman of strength and passion, her vision to further the advancement and empowerment of women in her society is a true inspiration for Madame Malachite.

The cosmopolitan art history of the Ottomans also creates a colorful playground for Madame Malachite. The Ottoman times brought an influx of artisanal work to her city. Madame Malachite’s atelier today still uses many techniques passed down from generation to generation.

Description

Details

About the Author

An elegant addition to any bookshelf or library, these jeweled bookends are finished in luxury black alligator skin. Gold-plated malachite stones add a touch of luxury to this stylish and functional set. Handcrafted in Istanbul, Madame Malachite collections are a translation of eastern culture into the western lifestyle.

Each bookend measures 6"w x 3.7"d x 7"h
  • 0 pages
  • 0 illustrations
  • -- language
  • Released in 2018
  • W 6 x H 7 x D 3.7 in
  • ISBN: --
  • 4.0 lb
Madame Malachite was born in Istanbul, enriched with the history and cultural heritage of her native town. Her ancestry dates back to the Byzantium period and ancient Constantinople where jewels, not only represented status and diplomacy, but were used as amulets protecting against bad luck or harm. Empress Theodora was the most influential empress of the Byzantine Empire. As a woman of strength and passion, her vision to further the advancement and empowerment of women in her society is a true inspiration for Madame Malachite.

The cosmopolitan art history of the Ottomans also creates a colorful playground for Madame Malachite. The Ottoman times brought an influx of artisanal work to her city. Madame Malachite’s atelier today still uses many techniques passed down from generation to generation.
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