Must Haves

Must Haves

By David Nash

The Ring Cycle. True to form, Tiffany & Co. has designed jewelry “down to a T” with its terrifically timeless T True wide ring. Available in 18k gold, white gold or rose gold ($1,350), the architecturally elegant ring is good on its own or paired with any number of pieces from the collection.

French Twist. Inspired by the mesh totes found in Aligre, the trendy food market in the 12th Arrondissement, Goyard has designed a phemonenal re-usable shopping bag of the same name— Aligre. Constructed of handmade raffia mesh braid with leather, beechwood and Goyardine canvas in turquoise, the new classic comes in at $2,685. Pair it with their Foulard No. 3 ($615). An homage to the trunk-making roots of the Maison, the scarf has elements of the marquage personalization and historic address of the Paris flagship at 233 Saint Honoré. Available at Goyard San Francisco, 118 Grant Avenue.

Magnificent Creatures. If you’re on the hunt for unique bar storage, look no further than Sylvan’s limited edition Parchment Rhino Bar. Mantled in a charcoal-color high-gloss resin glazed parchment, several strategically placed compartments open to reveal large storage areas and a brass-clad workstation complete with ice bucket, utensil set and slide-out serving shelf. This beast of bar (78” w x 23.75” d x 39.25” h) has plenty of animal magnetism. Price upon request.

Up Against a Wall. CW Stockwell, the company that developed and has produced Martinique —the banana leaf wallpaper made famous by the Beverly Hills Hotel — since 1942, recently relaunched with an array of new color-ways of the iconic wall covering, including navy ($288 per 5-yard roll). The 114-year-old brand has also released a selection of new patterns with motifs pulled from the archives, such as Million Flowers ($238 per 5-yard roll). Designer/trade pricing is available.

Think Pink. Summer is here, and rosé season is in full swing. Thanks to the Côte de Provence Rosés from Château d’Esclans, there are two perfectly palatable options: Whispering Angel ($24), which Serena Sutcliffe, head of Sotheby’s International wine department, described as being “loaded onto yachts on the Côte d’Azur and consumed in quantity by connoisseurs,” and Rock Angel ($35), described by The Wine Spectator as “a pure and unadorned style.”

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