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The Luxembourg large mirrored jewelry case in painted anaconda ($24,784) was among Weinstock's first designs.
In the man cave, the Waverly (from $5,312), a jewelry case shaped like a toolbox, sits atop a display case.
The phrase ?for the woman who has everything? is overused, but it?s the only superlative that applies to the rainbow of lizard and snake offerings at new boutique Elisabeth Weinstock. These home and fashion goods are so over-the-top luxe and eye-catching, they?re sure to bring a smile to any giftee--and become cherished heirlooms.
Former interior designer Weinstock specializes in boxes crafted of internationally sourced fine skins. Her boutique, a former 1930s bungalow, has a living room, a ?man cave,? a boudoir and a dining room. In the living room, there are stacking boxes in lamb embossed to look like crocodile (from $648), an anaconda-covered side table ($10,536) and a ?tampon box? ($564) that?s sized to hold just that--perfectly proportioned to sit on a toilet back or house trinkets on a coffee table.
Like all discerning shoppers, we headed to the gentlemen?s area for great unisex items, like a cuff-link/jewelry box ($636) and cute little travel valet trays ($96) we?re eyeing for our own bedside. In back, the dining area is heaped with imported Seletti porcelain pieces that stack together to look like an Italian village. The boudoir has distinctive handbags including an ingeniously designed cell phone carrier (from $315).
We?ll be dropping some hints about Elisabeth Weinstock around anniversary and birthday time, so that we too can have some skin in the game.
Elisabeth Weinstock, 8159 W. Third St., W. Hollywood; 310-275-2300 or elisabethweinstock.com
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