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Peter Hone has filled his London flat with urns, busts and architectural fragments collected from his travels as one of England’s leading dealers of garden furniture and antiques

Peter Hone has filled his London flat with urns, busts and architectural fragments collected from his travels as one of England’s leading dealers of garden furniture and antiques

Peter Hone has filled his London flat with urns, busts and architectural fragments collected from his travels as one of England’s leading dealers of garden furniture and antiques

Peter Hone has filled his London flat with urns, busts and architectural fragments collected from his travels as one of England’s leading dealers of garden furniture and antiques

The ‘winter bedroom’, with statues of the Duke of Kent and Queen Victoria standing guard on either side of the TV. Photographed by Alexander James

Minimalism? What’s that?

The ‘winter bedroom’, with statues of the Duke of Kent and Queen Victoria standing guard on either side of the TV. Photographed by Alexander James

robert-hadley: “ AD Italia, January 2000. Photo - Massimo Listri ”

robert-hadley: “ AD Italia, January 2000. Photo - Massimo Listri ”

Christian House is dazzled by an array of busts, statues, sculptures and architectural fragments in the museum-like London home of Peter Hone. His collection is offered as part of the Interiors sale on 26 October at Christie’s South Kensington

‘I rescue all these objects and take them into my orphanage ofthings’

Christian House is dazzled by an array of busts, statues, sculptures and architectural fragments in the museum-like London home of Peter Hone. His collection is offered as part of the Interiors sale on 26 October at Christie’s South Kensington

The green molding on the October issue of Veranda caught my eye. Inside a renovation of a 1920′s estate in Nashville depicts grandeur in a pastel palette designed by Barry Dixon

The green molding on the October issue of Veranda caught my eye. Inside a renovation of a 1920′s estate in Nashville depicts grandeur in a pastel palette designed by Barry Dixon

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