Cubist garden sculpture, was $115, now $49.95
These warm July days are best spent in the garden; not working, but enjoying the ambiance and occasional breezes, mint julep in hand. Today's daily deal will help add a touch of elegance and interest to any garden, and will look even better in the snows of January.
Hungarian Joseph Csaky (1888-1971) was heavily influenced by the cubist movement in his adopted home, Paris, especially the works of Picasso, with whom he also shared an appreciation for African art. This model of his work "Monolith Man," which echoes these influences, is executed in designer resin and stands 2 ½ feet tall. If you stand close, you can almost feel class radiating off of it.
P.S. -- If you're in the market for a gargoyle (and really, who isn't?), Toscano also has a wonderful assortment perfect for your estate, no matter how humble.