Westchester's Best Shopping Finds of the Week

Tray Chic

Make any appetizer more exotic with this exquisite wood cheese tray with bamboo and sterling-silver trim.

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Minimalist Menorah

Clean, elegant lines make this solid cast-iron menorah a standout design

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Wall Jewelry

Silver leaf is applied with the detail of fine jewelry to acid-etched London Grey stone to create this distinctive look that would be right at home in a dressing room or bath.

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Boxed In

Ironwood, a very dense and heavy wood with beautiful graining

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Charge It!

Set a singularly spectacular table with this ornate wood-and-metal charger plate

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Going to the Mat

Finally, a bath mat that does your designer bathroom proud.

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Three’s Company

Blue-green, orange, and apple-green glaze stripes combine to create a rich and lively vertical pattern on these stoneware vases.

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Light My Fire

This new collection of antiqued painted terracotta jars from Himalayan Trading Post are filled with eco-friendly soy wax candles in such inviting scents as vanilla hazelnut, cinnamon apple, and wild green fig.

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The Bowl Stands Alone

The Hoola line of vases and votives merge a transparent base with a beautiful clear azure blue above, making them appear to float.

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Mirror Redux

Bits of old mirrors are made into little works of reflective and functional art.

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Sitting Pretty

We can imagine ourselves curling up in one of these vintage-inspired tufted leather club chairs on a rainy day with a Jane Austen novel (or even the latest Patterson bestseller).

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Loop-de Loop

Decorative and functional

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Prewar Design

During the Great Depression, businesses would give away glass plates, goblets, and bowls as an incentive to buy, or in some cases, just to come into a theater or store.

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Travel Plans

If only these trunks could talk! Choose from a great selection of circa 1930s and ’40s tweed suitcases—everything from train cases to traveling trunks.

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She Sells Sea Glass by the Sea Shore

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