FARROW & BALL CHINESE BLUE 90: "This is not too hot, not too cold, with a lot of green, which makes it feel grounded. Blue is so regenerative. There's the idea of water, renewal. It's powerful, regal — think of bluebloods, blue ribbons. And it looks great with most other colors, especially browns and camels and beiges." -Eric Cohler
@AustinCarrier @Ball_And_Claw_Vintage Happy Friday, my vintage vultures! Also, Happy Chinese New Year! Yaaas...where mah red envelopes at? Oh, those were the days. When I was itty bitty dabby, I still remember vividly counting each and every one of those envelopes. I think the most I've ever gotten was a total of $200. Anywho, here are some inspiring interiors from a few of my favorite Instagrammers. Go follow them for more gorgeousness. Y'all enjoy! @Haarkon_ @Arteboheme
Two early 20th Century Chinese carved ivory puzzle balls; both with openwork dragon motifs to the exterior: the larger with at least 9 inner concetric balls, the smaller with at least 5 inner concentric ball (damage to the interior of each), the ivory stands each with openwork dragon designs; H: 6 3/4" (taller, overall)
A Chinese ivory seven layer puzzle ball. The outer ball carved depicting mandarin figures among abundant florals. The interior layers with pierced motif.