Inspired by the Miller House
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ALEXANDER GIRARD MUG, $12.95

A boldly colored ceramic mug, with a pinwheel pattern for Georg Jensen tableware that was used at the Miller House.

A boldly colored ceramic mug, with a pinwheel pattern for Georg Jensen tableware that was used at the Miller House.

ALEXANDER GIRARD SILK SCARF, $50

In 1956, Alexander Girard was commissioned by Georg Jensen to design seven table settings for an exhibition in New York. The Millers used the Carolus Magnus pattern at their house in Columbus, Indiana. The motifs in these four porcelain plates represent the Pinwheel, Patera 1, Patera 2, and Hexagon designs.

In 1956, Alexander Girard was commissioned by Georg Jensen to design seven table settings for an exhibition in New York. The Millers used the Carolus Magnus pattern at their house in Columbus, Indiana. The motifs in these four porcelain plates represent the Pinwheel, Patera 1, Patera 2, and Hexagon designs.

ALEXANDER GIRARD SILK TIES, $48

This Pinwheel pen features the motif that Alexander Girard designed for the Georg Jensen Carolus Magnus dinnerware used at Miller House. Girard’s signature is engraved on the pocket clip.

This Pinwheel pen features the motif that Alexander Girard designed for the Georg Jensen Carolus Magnus dinnerware used at Miller House. Girard’s signature is engraved on the pocket clip.

ALEXANDER GIRARD PEN, $28

The Pinwheel pattern reappears in a different form on this graphic silk tie.

The Pinwheel pattern reappears in a different form on this graphic silk tie.

 

All proceeds from the sale of these items go toward the care and preservation of the house and gardens—a smart move. Is it too early to start shopping for the holidays? We say no.

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