Design Seen: Thomas Pheasant

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The furniture designer Thomas Pheasant, who has worked with brands such as Baker, has introduced an exclusive collection through his private label, Thomas Pheasant Studio. Each of the seven pieces, priced from $24,000 to $75,000, is stamped, numbered, and limited to an edition of 10. The furniture consists of case goods and tables, all made from mahogany, leather, and/or sand-cast bronze and inspired by decomposition in nature. 202.337.6596, www.thomaspheasant.com

 

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