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Sale Ended May 11, 2012

Curated by Michael Aram: Indian Furnishings

A part-time resident of India, Michael Aram, along with Gilt Home, took a two-week journey through India’s flea markets, and the result is this curated selection of pieces, crafted by artisans in Delhi and Jodhpur. The focus on this sale (one of two) is on statement pieces — like a wooden chest with remarkably detailed bone inlays, antique architectural elements re-imagined for modern use, and iron lanterns with artful hand-cutting detail. Their craftsmanship sets them way apart from the cookie-cutter.

Sale Ended May 11, 2012

Curated by Michael Aram: Handmade Indian Accents

Designer Michael Aram, along with Gilt Home, took a two-week journey through India’s flea markets, and the result is this curated selection of handmade, one-of-a-kind antique and antique-inspired accents. A part-time resident of India, Aram is entrenched in its culture. This sale, one of two, focuses on the accents: remarkably textured, detailed frames, plates, bowls, artifacts, and a lot more. There’s a mix of antiques and new pieces, all crafted by the hands of outstanding artisans in Delhi and Jodhpur.

Sale Ended June 17, 2012

Bollywood Posters Curated by Michael Aram

A part-time resident of India, artist and designer Michael Aram has combed his adopted country for plenty of inspiration, and the result is a seemingly endless collection of curated finds. For this sale, we’re turning our attention to the wonderfully colorful world of Bollywood films. Each authentic movie poster comes stylishly framed.

Sale Ended March 29, 2012

Buyer's Picks: Passage to India

Designer Michael Aram, along with Gilt Home, took a two-week journey through India’s flea markets, and the result is this curated selection of handmade, one-of-a-kind antique and antique-inspired accents. A part-time resident of India, Aram is entrenched in its culture. His passion shows through in this collection: Whether you choose one of the remarkably textured, detailed pots, plates or boxes (made of wood, ceramic or marble) or something more unusual (like a wooden cow figurine, a brass mask, or elephant bells; there’s even an abacus), you’ll be rewarded to an inspired — and inspiring — piece that’s been painstakingly crafted by the hands of outstanding artisans in Delhi and Jodhpur.