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A Gaggle of Interests, February 28, 2010






1. Griffin Trading, Dallas, Biedermeier Secretaire Cabinet


The shop’s proprietor heard a “wow” after my gaze at this when I entered her store. “If that wow was for the Biedermeier secretaire, let me show you the inside,” I heard, still
looking at the cabinet. There’s lots of storage space inside, including
eight hidden compartments. Biedermeier, a simplified interpretation of
the influential French Empire, was an influential style of furniture
design from Germany during the years 1815-1848, based on utilitarian
principles. The shop dates this piece at about 1825. The simple lines
and light colors allow these pieces to fit well into a minimalist modern
living space. Here’s an article on the style’s comeback from Metropolis
Magazine: www.metropolismag.com/ Biedermeier doesn’t come
cheap, this piece is priced at $32,000.


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