First Look: Treasure Trove

Since opening their pint-size home-goods shop Overbey & Dunn at 19 Christopher Street in 2011, Tom Dunn and Molly Kavanagh have packed the studio full of surprises, inviting designers to curate regular shopping experiences within what always feels like an intimate residential space. Now through January 3, designer and event planner Bronson van Wyck is hosting a holiday pop-up shop here, in addition to designing the store’s plaid wrapping-slash-wallpaper and Christmas tree. Photo: Alex Chohlas-Wood/Courtesy of Overbey & Dunn

These French prints on fabric are actually black on dark pink, something the late Diana Vreeland would have loved. Someone you know is certainly craving that silver egg warmer, or a pair of silver-plate candlesticks, not to mention these 1849 English sterling-silver deer trophies hallmarked from Thomas Johnson. Photo: Alex Chohlas-Wood/Courtesy of Overbey & Dunn

The Gae Aulenti red chairs, set on wheels, can go mod or really classical depending on where they live. The nineteenth-century ebonized side table with brass inlay works with them as well as the Italian nickel-plated side table below. And who doesn’t need a big gorgeous alarm clock? Photo: Alex Chohlas-Wood/Courtesy of Overbey & Dunn

If you’re looking for somewhere to watch the next season of Downton Abbey, these slate-blue leather club chairs will do the job. Pair them with the gorgeous Maison Jansen ebonized table with a bronze mount and a gold-mirrored top. And then you must have a pair of Staffordshire dogs perched on top of it. Photo: Alex Chohlas-Wood/Courtesy of Overbey & Dunn

If you are a serious gifter and know someone decorating their apartment, you might consider this English black lacquered sideboard with gilt bronze mounts, circa 1865 to 1870. Or why not go for the set of six Gucci stirrup cups, from Italy circa 1970? The pair of turquoise Art Deco faience tazzas with animal motifs, circa 1925, are waiting for someone with a really large stocking hanging on the mantel. Photo: Alex Chohlas-Wood/Courtesy of Overbey & Dunn

First Look: Treasure Trove