Musically inclined

There is a certain warmth and appeal to using musical instruments and related items in decor. They add a romantic tone, and as versatile as they are beautiful they fit any decor style from classic to avant-garde…      

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Sea of Glass

There is a certain theme room at the Cottage were all things Nautical reside. These wonderful glass items are peppered throughout the room and could be easily overlooked… so we thought we’d give them “center stage” display here, of which they are truly worthy!

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The right hat the man doth make

We’ve got a special “Man” room for our gentlemen patrons (and those who shop for them). Thought we’d show you some of the fun hats collected there. Each hat exemplifies the finishing touch of masculine dress in a variant array of forms! So, whether he’s a cowboy, a dandy, a military gent or any other […]

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Super Special Signs

Big signs, little signs, fancy or simple, they can be the smallest element to complete a theme or be the centerpiece of a decorative installation… feast your eyes on some of the great stuff we’ve got at the Cottage!

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The beautiful faces of time

Clock faces large or small have a “timeless” appeal as a decor element. Easily incorporated into any style of interior design, they add grace and elegance to any vignette, yet they are equally able to carry a theme as a stand alone element. We’ve got many fine examples, guaranteed to add a distinctive touch to […]

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Comtoise clocks’ rich history

These intricate gorgeous clocks, known as Comtoise, Morbier or Morez clocks, are a style of longcase clock made in the Jura region, mountains on the French–Swiss border. Production of these clocks began in 1680 and continued for a period of about 230 years. During the peak production years (1850–1890) over 60,000 clocks were made each year. […]

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