1. SOFT LIGHT
Jonathan P. Leck handcrafts pagoda-like Usubi lamps from ash, cherry, walnut, maple, or white oak, fitting each with rice paper or mica. A small lamp is 12” square and 14” high. A large lamp measures 16” x 18”; $400–$525. JP Leck Design, (612) 369-2752.
2. INTERLOCKING KNOTS
Reproduced from the maker’s museum collection, the Celtic vase comes in several colors as well as the pottery’s legendary iridescent glaze. Shown in Redwood, it measures between 8” and 9” tall. $135 ($270 iridescent). Pewabic, (313) 626-2000.
3. VELVET MORRIS
Taken from a Henry Dearle carpet pattern, Montreal Velvet is from Purleigh Weaves, a compendium of upholstery-weight fabrics in the new Archive IV collection. It comes in three colorways, including forest and teal (shown). Sold through the trade. Style/Library: Morris & Co., (800) 395-8760.
4. NATURE IN RELIEF
Hand-worked in copper by Mexican artisans, the Chinese Lantern Plant tile took inspiration from a tile inset on a vintage Arts & Crafts children’s armoire. Measuring 6 ” x 8 ”, it’s framed in a 2”-deep Dard Hunter oak frame. $150. Cobre/Susan Hebert Imports, (503) 248-1111.
5. PASADENA STYLE
Crafted of black cherry and finished in luxurious black leather, the Oak Knoll sofa has characteristics familiar from the designs of brothers Charles and Henry Greene. The piece measures 90” long x 40” deep x 33 ” tall. $6,396 and up. Stickley, (315) 682-5500.