Quick-hit history lesson: Before Napoleon showed up at the end of the 18th century and ruined the fun, Venice was its own state, officially called the Most Serene Republic of Venice. (Catchy, we say.) Turns out, Venetians are feeling nostalgic: In an unofficial referendum last week, a whopping 89 percent of Veneto citizens voted to secede from Italy. Rome isn’t paying much attention—but we are, with a collection that gives you a chance to own a piece of Venetian history, no matter what the future holds.
1. Pair Of Italian Venetian Mirrors, 2. 1950’s Fortuny Pillow, 3. 1920’s Fortuny Pillow, 4. 19th Century Italian Gilt Console Table, 5. Italian Murano Glass Chandelier, 6.Bridge of Sighs, Venice, by Cafiero Filippelli, 7. Murano Art Glass Vase