Plane and Simple
Thousands of pieces of silver-plated airline flatware, banned after 9/11, have just landed at Fishs Eddy; from $2.50 per piece.
2176 Broadway, at 77th St.; 212-873-8819
Shake-a-leg salt and pepper shakers are $48 per set at Move Lab.
803 Washingon St.; 212-741-5520
How’s this for double duty? It’s a sterling-silver belt buckle, shaped like an old-fashioned cigarette case, that opens to hold keys, smokes, even a slim lipstick; $720 at J.W. Cooper.
10 Columbus Circle, Suite 105; 212-823-9380
Mikimoto’s new Milano collection includes three snake rings—this one has 2.5 carats of diamonds and a South Sea pearl drop set in eighteen-karat white gold; $12,000.
730 Fifth Ave. , at 57th St.; 212-457-4600
The super-sleek Granos espresso machine is programmable, holds Evian bottles, and keeps chic espresso cups warm (included); $499 at Bodum.
413-415 W. 14th St., near Ninth Ave.; 212-367-9125
Eric Jourdan’s Bora carafe is $60 at Ligne Roset.
1090 Third Ave., at 64th St.; 212-794-2903
250 Park Ave. S., near 20th St.; 212-685-1099
155 Wooster St., near Houston St.; 212-253-5629
Lladró figurines get a spray-painted matte-black makeover from Andrew Andrew in a limited-edition series of five; $620 to $1,580 at the Future Perfect.
115 N. 6th St., at Berry St.; 718-599-6278
Method’s stainless-steel cleaner smells pleasant, is nonabrasive, and leaves a protective layer; $6.95 at the Conran Shop.
407 E. 59th St., at First Ave.; 212-755-7249