Antiques & Vintage: Objet de Curiosité in Paris
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Pierre-Emmanuel Grange-Jaricot grew up collecting natural curiosities in the town of Ardéche and later sold painted Henri II sideboards during his punk days in Paris. Grange-Jaricot is now the founder of the Objets de Curiosité , an interior design collective of nine individuals from varying backgrounds. By sourcing unusual, reprised, and antique finds, Objets de Curisoité designers reference the 17th-century European trend of curiosity cabinets and oddities. Above: A tableau featuring products from Objet de Curiosite at last year's Maison & Objet in Paris. Above: Silver-Plated Napoleon Chair . Above: Henri II Style Peacock Lamp . Above L: Square Mirror in Black Resin . Above R: Round Mirror with Leaves in Black Resin . Above: Brass Wall Lamps with Hammered Copper Shades . Above: Aluminum Mirror Wall Sconce .