De Vera Objects

(De Vera, 2010)

Since opening his first boutique in San Francisco in 1991, Federico de Vera has continued to surprise and amaze with his finely curated collections of objects and jewelry. Today, his two New York stores display tableaux borne of his wide-ranging curiosity and inimitable sensibility, incorporating finds of Venetian glass, Japanese lacquer, ivory carvings,18th century religious figures, and ancient Roman intaglios.

In De Vera Objects, Don Freeman’s sumptuous photographs catalogue some of De Vera's most prized items, captured in juxtapositions as elegant as those found in De Vera's displays. With essays by Ronald S. Lauder, Diane Dorrans Saeks, and Michael Maharam.

Read the New York Times Style Magazine profile on De Vera, De Vera Objects, and De Vera Jewelry.