Curiosity

CURIOUS, ADJ. & N. (…), SAID MAINLY OF HE WHO HAS THE DESIRE TO LEARN, TO SEE FINE THINGS, THE MARVELS OF ART AND NATURE. (…), ALSO SAID OF HE WHO COLLECTS THE RAREST, FINEST, AND MOST EXTRAORDINARY THINGS HE HAS BEEN ABLE TO FIND IN BOTH THE ARTS AND NATURE.”

ANTOINE FURETIÈRE, UNIVERSAL DICTIONARY, 1690

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First appearing during the Renaissance in Europe, the ‘curiosity cabinet’ was the forerunner of the natural history museumIt was a place where amazing objects, collected with a certain taste for diversity and the unusual, were displayed.What we wanted to do was give the curiosity cabinet a new style and bring it into the world of interior design, so as to combine the beauty of Nature with the aesthetics of a place and a periodThat’s why we’re constantly on the look-out around the world to unearth genuine natural curiosities, and we work on a broad range of accessories that have a strong cultural connotation.

We make something beautiful out of the extraordinary things Nature has created.

The fragrance of adventure and poetry endlessy pervades each cup of tea

HENRY MARIAGE

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