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The Deal: Designer Nathan Turner kicks off
One Kings Lane's online 'Tastemaker Tag Sales'

April 9, 2010 |  6:02 am


One Kings Lane, the online shopping club, will feature pieces by West Hollywood designer and antiques dealer Nathan Turner for its first "Tastemaker Tag Sale," which runs Saturday to Tuesday.

The sales, a new weekly feature on this members-only site, offer big discounts on decorator pieces such as the Napoleon III-style settee, above. Turner reupholstered the nearly 4-foot-long vintage piece in plush blue mohair and offered it for $3,250 at his shop. During the sale, it is reduced to just under $1,600. 

NTR01312000999001Other items in the inaugural tag sale include leather chairs and leather-clad Moroccan-style side tables for less than $600.

The biggest bargain by far is a quartet of 16-by-20-inch prints of exotic birds, one of which is shown at right. They are 20th century English illustrations handsomely presented in a faux bamboo frame. The set will be marked down to $229 from $475.

Future sales will include designers such as Los Angeles-based Martyn Lawrence Bullard and Kathryn Ireland. One Kings Lane membership is free.

-- David A. Keeps 

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Photo credits: Carrie Kravetz