Show her how much you love her this Mother’s Day with a thoughtful, ultra-luxury decor piece she can use for entertaining or simply to elevate a living space. Whether it’s a candle she can use while taking a relaxing bath, a contemporary piece of artwork only a handful of people on Earth own or a piece from one of Italy’s oldest jewelry and home designers, she’s bound to love one of these gifts. Shower her with love on May 9 with none other than one of these beautiful gifts. 


Medium Louxor Round Vase, $950

The beautiful Louxor Round Vase is inspired by ancient Egyptian architecture and specifically the pyramids. The stunning vas features diamond and bevel cuts with vertical lines that dazzle and shimmer when it catches light. For Mother’s Day, gift your mom this stunning crystal vase filled with a bouquet of her favorite, fresh, fragrant flowers. She can reuse it time and time again for entertaining or for daily use to showcase nature’s beautiful bounty.

Buccellati Home

Arca Shell Bowl, $3,200

Founded in Milan in 1919, Buccellati uses centuries-old Italian techniques to craft its jewelry and home decor. The brand is inspired by Renaissance and Venetian styles, which it infuses into all of its many creations. The Arca Shell bowl is handcrafted in Italy from solid sterling silver. It is a striking centerpiece or is perfect for holding nuts, candy, jewelry or anything else. Like all of Buccellati’s pieces, it’s made from skilled artisans that are considered to be some of Italy’s most talented craftsmen and silversmiths. 


2 Anemones Decanter, $1,900

Anemone, a flower in the buttercup plant family, symbolizes purity and innocence. Not only is the flower beautiful, but it’s delicate and feminine. Founder of Lalique, Rene Lalique, used the anemone in many of his creations, including jewels and decorative objects. The 2 Anemones decanter looks like an objet d’art, depicting flowers inside of a vase, but also holds your precious wine. The anemone motif is made of red crystal and white enamel and was handcrafted in France. Celebrate your mother by opening a delicious bottle of wine and enjoying with her this year. 

Dior Maison

Lily of the Valley Decorative Plate, $180

Dior’s new Lily of the Valley collection, designed by Dior Maison’s creative director Cordelia de Castellane, is an homage to Christian Dior’s favorite flower: lily of the valley. This flower grew in his childhood garden, which was tended to by his mother. What better way to honor your own mother with a piece depicting this beautiful flower? Perfect for spring and summertime entertaining, the collection, featuring a lovely green hue, can be purchased as an entire set or individually. Fresh, feminine, delicate and utterly fashionable, Dior’s homeware never goes out of style. 


Rose Fumee Scented Candle, $105

British furniture brand OKA is known for its luxury furniture, accessories, lighting and outdoor garden furniture. Now, the brand has entered its first foray into the world of scents with a line of delicious-smelling candles. OKA’s candles are made by the world’s oldest active chandler, Cire Trudon, and are crafted from a blend of natural wax and come in a ceramic jar. Understated for every room, yet chic, the rose-scented candle has both floral and woody notes that transport you to a secret garden at dusk. Ther are zero artificial ingredients for a clean, smoke-free burn.


Atollo lamp, $1,540

Founded in 1945, Oluce is the oldest Italian illumination company still in business and is known for its beautiful high-design lamps that are like mini sculptures inside a room. Its most iconic lamp is the Atollo lamp, which was designed by Vico Magistretti in 1977. Evoking a somewhat retro, yet of-the-moment style, the lamp has a dome-style shade atop a cylindrical body. When lit, it casts a downward warm light. The lamp comes in a satin bronze finish or in this lovely black aluminum finish.

Kate Hume

Pebble vase, $595

Designer Kate Hume’s Pebble vases look like, well, pebbles. These small, circular vases are part of Hum’s signature style of using bold, organic shapes. The vases come in an array of jewel tones and look beautiful as its own piece of decor or even with short-stemmed flowers. Each glass vessel is handmade with flowing curves and lines. Small in size, Pebble vases make a large statement.

Hunt Slonem

Hutch July 18 oil painting, price on request

Hunt Slonem is an American painter, sculptor and printmaker known for his neo-expressionist paintings. The artist is most known for his paintings of butterflies, bunnies and tropical birds, based on his 60 pet birds. His bunnies are some of his most famous and can be found in 250 museums around the world including the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Whitney Museum and more. This canvas oil piece was created in 2021 and is the perfect gift for the art-loving mom.