A German collector who has been collecting Chinese antiques since he was 16 years old is also the first person in Germany to use the concept of matching to place his collection. With these collections as companions, his life is not lonely. The restaurant is also full of history. The ancient container on the ground comes from Cambodia and is an ancient artifact around 800 BC. At the other end of the restaurant, the sleek chair is the work of Richard Artschwager, and on the back side of the Chinese-style table, the collection of antiques is placed from the left.
Mr. Desiree’s favorite collection, which began collecting Chinese antiques at the age of 16, is ancient Chinese furniture and silverware from all over the world. The meditation room is full of history. The room dedicated to silverware, the silverware from the collection of the Roman Empire to the early works of Tiffany. In the lounge, a literati on the side of the Chinese Ming Dynasty placed a silver candlestick used by the German Emperor Fritz.
A pair of royal carved wine glasses made of fragrant wood. In the hallway there is a stone statue from the 10th century AD, and in the distance there is a Bauhaus-style chair. The wall clock on the right is Gothic and comes from an ancient monastery. At the corner of the room, the painting on the left wall came to GeorgHerold, and the bronzes placed on the table were Chinese Han Dynasty.
Desire is the first person in Germany to use a matching concept to place his collection. He said that each of his collections is wonderful, but how to match them at home still needs to be carefully designed to show the owner’s silverware collection. The rooms contain silverware from Cambodia, Shanghai, St. Petersburg, Moscow, London, Augsburg and Vienna.