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Design Seen: L’Objet

  • Samantha Brooks

In honor of its 10-year anniversary and to commemorate the Chinese year of the horse, L’Objet has released this equine decorative object (28 by 22 inches; $6,000) from the company’s Sous le Ciel series. The Limoges porcelain design is reminiscent of horse sculptures from the Han dynasty, and it is limited to 100 pieces. 855.562.5388, www.l-objet.com

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