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Design Scout: High Society Correspondence
Desk accessories for ladies who lunch.
Upper East Side Stationery
Will someone please tell Lady Pym to start making Washington-neighborhood stationery? Sigh. Until then we’ll settle for pretending to live a stone’s throw from the Met with these well-to-do, bow-tie-inspired notecards.
$170 for a set of 50 at ladypym.com
Tiffany & Co. Stamp Box
Even the plainest stamps feel special when pulled from a sterling-silver cache with the iconic Tiffany logo.
$225 at tiffany.com
Lucite Letter Box
Iomoi lets you choose from a stunning collection of color-drenched, personalized sheets to fit in large and small Lucite letter trays—perfect for holding today’s newspaper or yesterday’s thank-you notes.
$100 to $650 at shopiomoi.com
Because nothing says upper-crust like an extravagant gold seal—especially when your initials come in Tiffany script.
$60 at cambriacove.com
What work space is complete without a sweet treat immediately at hand? Serve candy the sophisticated way in an Art Deco-inspired glass lidded bowl.
$184.28 to $201.83 at artedona.com
Personal correspondence feels ten times fancier when scripted with the smooth flow of a well-made fountain pen.
$89 at levenger.com
A luxe leather planner is crucial for keeping track of charity balls and dinner dates.
$198 at coach.com
Designed with the iconic New York luxury retailer’s 100th birthday in mind, Bendel’s scented candle—you’ll smell ginger, cardamom, and grapefruit—also boasts the store’s signature stripes.
$35 at henribendel.com
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