Martha first discovered, an online marketplace for high-end furniture, jewelry, and couture, when her daughter, Alexis, purchased some furniture pieces (including a travertine-top coffee table, black leather chairs, and a bar cart) for her new home.

Each week, about 2,000 items from major cities in America, England, and France are posted to this trend-setting source. Many of the pieces originate from the Marche aux Puces, a Parisian flea market that is a favorite stomping ground for 1st Dibs founder Michael Bruno.

Items Seen on the Show

Marquetry Cabinet by Leleu (France, 1956)


Edward Wormley for Dunbar Wing Chair (America, 1957)


Dunbar Rectangular Three Tier Side Table (America, 1950s)


Sonambient Sculpture by Val Bertoia (America, 2007)


Rya Rug (Denmark, 1970s)


Slipper Chair by Jacques Quinet (France, Mid-Twentieth Century)


Pair of Massive Illuminated Pagodas by Tony Duquette (America, circa 1970s)


Organic Molded Acrylic "Bones" Screen by Don Harvey (America, 1960s)



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Comments (1)

Martha Stewart Member
January 6, 2019
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