Cool Baby Gear; Moon-Lily Leaf Mobiles featured in New York Magazine

October 18, 2008

jan carson moon lily leaf mobilesThe Moon Lily Mobiles have been a favorite in our store ever since we received them as they create a serene environment with little effort. This month, the mobiles were featured in New York Magazine’s “Best Bets” shopping section and a part of our cool baby gear that compliments our designer baby clothing.

The artist Jan R. Carson’s desire “to extend time and the sensation of its endless, inescapable flow” are reflected in these beautiful silk leaf mobiles. Perfect for any room of the home. All designs are created from lightly starched silk and fine gauge stainless wire using only hand tools by the artist. Subtle variations distinguish each mobile as handmade. 50” diameter, 20” depth. Available in Original Leaf (green/yellow), Sunny Skies (blue/green) or Original Stem (purple/copper).






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