14 December 2010

Madeline Weinrib's Holiday

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come and follow Madeline Weinrib as she shops this year-


Madeline on an elephant from her recent trip to India - "An elephant ride with  Dera Amer would be a fun present if you knew someone who was taking a trip to Jaipur, India over the holiday season.” 

It looks as if they can arrange anything your heart desires.




Here are two gifts from the Neue Galerie. Both are quite glamorous. Madeline has added to the Neue Galerie artisti collection with a rug and cushion design of her own too.




Kurland Ice Cooler
Designed ca. 1790
Produced by Königliche Porzellan-Manufaktur (KPM)
White Berlin porcelain
$1,295 here



the decadently divine Red Berlin lipstick 
inspired by Otto Dix portrait of Anita Berber, 1925 



Berlin Red Lipstick $30, Bauhaus Compact $55, here




In 2003, Joan Hornig developed a way to combine her passion for jewelry, education and philanthropy through the creation of the Joan B. Hornig Foundation. The foundation's mission is to provide support for registered charitable organizations throughout the world.Those choosing to purchase Joan Hornig designs are meant to derive pleasure not only from the jewelry, but also from the meaning of giving back. All profits from each item are donated to charity. Purchasers are able to direct the donation to a charity of their choice, in their honor, by following the steps outlined on this site.( from the Joan Hornig site here)


Madeline's choice from Joan Hornig is a beautiful jade bracelet, called "Nuts & Bolts of Giving" & the proceeds from it will go to Madeline's favorite charity Project Mala.


Madeline loves this special edition book by Federico De Vera 

Objects features de Vera’s stores and living spaces, with essays by Ronald S. Lauder, Diane Dorrans Saeks & Michael Maharam. de Vera-composed still lifes, with essays by Paul Smith, Bruce Weber and Lori Goldstein- make up the Jewelry book.




shop here for the Deluxe 2 volume set with slipcase, organic cotton book bag and original artwork by Federico de Vera Signed and numbered limited edition of 500.




Madeline loves this pair of carved amethyst chandelier earrings with diamonds, set in white gold designed by  Munnu of the Gem Palace Jewelers in New York.



other exquisite pieces from the Gem Palace are available at Capitol in Charlotte North Carolina here, and  the Gem Palace in Jaipur, along with other locations in India.



A new limited edition lithograph from Rene Ricard makes Madeline's list. The lithograph is available at the Larry Gagosian Gallery in New York, with a fantastic online shop here and at 988 Madison Avenue.






Candles make beautiful gifts for the holiday season-any time really. This one- a wax bust of Marie Antoinette, bust de cire, from Cire Trudon,  with shops in New York and France



Just in case your lean to edible gift giving- Madeline has you covered. Three of her favorites are:



Lady M Confections their signature cake Mille Crepes has no less than 20 thin, 
hand-made crepes layered with an ethereally light and creamy custard. 
Read more & shop here





MarieBelle’s signature hot chocolate in their gorgeous tins

shop here


Every year the interior designer Timothy Whealon sends chocolates to Madeline. "Not only is he amazingly talented but so thoughtful to send these. We all look forward to them every year." They are called Hughes Home Maid Chocolates and they in Oshkosh, WI, since 1940. (yes, it is Home Maid, not Home Made)

shop here



I love this pick from Madeline. A subscription to HANDEYE -a magazine that she reads.

subscription information here


&  lastly Madeline loves to send abundant bouquets from Magnolia Flowers & Events in New York -like this one of  glorious paper whites.



shop here



Little Augury graciously thanks Madeline Weinrib for this truly heavenly host of gift suggestions for readers.



be sure to read more Madeline selections from her own Atelier here



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10 comments:

  1. An interesting, eclectic collection with a good range of prices. The earrings and fabric colors seem India-inspired.

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  2. Mark, very much so-Her design work relates to the traditional designs with updated styling and color. I love them all. Her range of selections just suits me. pgt

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  3. Well, the earrings are completely unfathomable, out of this world. I know how you love amethyst.

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  4. All so pretty a sail it seemed as if it could not be!

    This is Mad-nificent ;) Thank you both...adore every bit.

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  5. The Otto Dix-inspired lipstick and compact are on my wish-list in addition to the Mille Crepes! And, the amethyst earrings from Gem Palace are magical!! What a fun post of Madeline's picks. ; )

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  6. Anon, Yes, amethyst are my fav. stone have collected many. Those earrings are otherworldly.

    Victoria- happy shopping. I have ordered the chocolates! and have had an email with a gift of the handeye magazine in it. this is working out great for me.

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  7. Barbara, I Know about those earrings! The lipstick creation is brilliant isn't it? All the suggestions are great, I already have the Cire trudon candle in ivory. What I fell in love with was that bracelet.

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  8. What a fabulous and magical list! I love it all! xx

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  9. Christina, I knew you would like it! pgt

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