Inspiration: Arranging Objects in Pairs

Inspiration: Arranging Objects in Pairs

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Rachael Grad
Aug 5, 2008

On our recent house tour of Barb's condo, we noticed many fantastic objects arranged in pairs. Shown in the top photo are two Liberian Ancestral figures from the Dan Tribe, circa 1960-70. The two chess pieces, circa 1950s, are reproduction resin casts from the British Museum. See a front view photos of the Liberian figures, more interesting pairs and ways to arrange them below the jump...

Shown above are Regal Goats from Cambodia, circa 1960s. We love how the silver figures look on the wood end table. Below are Chinese Male and Female carvings from the 19th century. These carvings, once part of a door or window, are now mounted in a shadow box frame.

Do you have any pairs of objects in your home?

You can see Barb's collection in person by contacting her at barb@colemancollection.com

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