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The essential interior design guide to on board entertaining

The essential interior design guide to on board entertaining

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Saloon style

“When everyone stops swimming and sunning, the main saloon becomes the centre of life,” says art dealer Adrian Sassoon. “Everything should be a degree finer – the place where you can begin to introduce more formal art pieces.”

Sassoon recommends the Dual Rivulet Bowl (above) by famed Japan silversmith Hiroshi Suzuki, who masterfully employs the traditional technique of hand-raising sheets of metal to create beautiful vessels. Collected by admirers of antiques and contemporary art alike, the bowl makes a powerful centrepiece for a saloon coffee table or credenza.

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