Design Seen: Cal-a-Vie Antiques

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Vista, Calif.
Spa-goers at Southern California’s Cal-a-Vie health spa now can indulge in more than a reflexology treatment after a 5 am hike; they can reward themselves with a bit of retail therapy. Opened in August, Cal-a-Vie’s new 1,500-square-foot shop offers 18th- and 19th-century European antiques, which have been selected from the spa owners’ personal collection. The offerings tend to run the gamut—from a small confit jar ($300), for example, to a pair of hand-carved Venetian lanterns ($35,000) dating to the 1700s. 760.945.2055, www.cal-a-vie.com

 

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