For many of us, a look around our homes can be likened to a peek in a kaleidoscope—filled with treasures that play beautifully off of one another in perfect harmony. Crystal champagne flutes, porcelain collectibles, even massive chandeliers that act as a star constellation, illuminating our world, are artful parts of our daily lives. Give the gift of collectible art and see your contribution become a functioning member or your loved ones’ families, sitting in on celebratory meals or topping fireplace mantles in master suites; they’re sure to be appreciated.
Selection from the Vanity La Doree collection for Versace Home, price upon request; available at Versace, 248 N Rodeo Dr., Beverly Hills, 310-205-3921.
Designed by Patrik Fredrikson and Ian Stallard, the Pandora chandellier showcases over 1,400 Swarovski crystals, price upon request; available at Swarovski, 8560 W Sunset Blvd., West Hollywood, 310-855-9327; and 865 Market St, San Francisco, 415-974-5800.
Champagne flute from the Thistle collection, prices upon request; available at Hermes, 434 N Rodeo Dr., Beverly Hills, 310-278-6440; and 125 Grant Ave., San Francisco, 415-391-7200.
One-of-a-kind hand-painted porcelain pond urns featuring an underwater and above water illustration painted by Donald Chaffin, made exclusively for Asprey by Herend, $104,000, for the pair; available at Asprey, 9641 W Sunset Blvd. Beverly Hills, 310-550-0520.
5. DOM PéRIGNON
Modeled after the abbey where Dom Pérignon worked, this limited-edition shield box houses a bottle of the Dom Pérignon Vintage 2002 within its carbon black, reusable and insulated confines, keeping the champagne at the ideal temperature of 10°c (50°F), $159; available at Wally’s Wine and Spirits, 2107 Westwood Blvd., Los Angeles, 310-475-0606.
Green Languedoc vase, $7,500; available at Lalique 238 N Rodeo Dr., Beverly Hills, 310-271-7892.
7. GEORG JENSEN
Mid-century design coffee and tea service with wooden handles, prices range from $3,000-$25,000 per piece; available at Georg Jensen, 230 N Rodeo Dr.,