Fall 2013


Waxing Poetic

Candles Continue to Shine as Lovely Gifts for Host & Hostesses

There was a time when tapers were King and Queen of all table settings.  Then, to the shock and dismay of traditionalists in the kingdom, the thrones were usurped by pillars.  Now look at the diverse shapes and scents available for all decorative settings this holiday season.

The items featured below can be purchased in-store, by phone or online. The merchants can provide shipping as well.

IMG_0145Greentree Home Candles $ 28-$32
The Silk Road, Bronxville 
The Silk Road    914.337.2177
101 Pondfield Rd., Bronxville, NY 10708









Glowing Orb Candle  $12-$29
Silver Lacquer Tray  $ 19
West Elm, Scarsdale
West Elm       914.725.3861
678 Post Rd., Scarsdale, NY 10709


6 Tapers by Vance Kitra  $12
Spruce Home & Garden, Bronxville
Spruce Home & Garden     914.337.1428
48 Pondfield Rd., Bronxville, NY 10708
Screen Shot 2013-11-01 at 12.13.05 PMHarvest No. 34   $34
Spruce Home & Garden, Bronxville
*This candle is from Spruce’s own line. We really recommend you stopping by any of their CT, NY or FL locations to treat yourself as you peruse their aromatic scents.







IMG_0158 Decorative Matches $3.50
 Spruce Home & Garden, Bronxville






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Thyme Frasier Fur Collection
Mano a Mano & The Silk Road, Bronxville
Mano a Mano      914.793.8329
81 Pondfield Rd., Bronxville, NY 10708
The Silk Road    914.337.2177
101 Pondfield Rd., Bronxville, NY 10708


Rodin in BRONZ-ville

posted by Stephanie R. Richards

Last night Patti received a call, “Would you like to come to the O’Silas Gallery to possibly do a CBS interview for Rodin?”

With the sunrise Patti went to Concordia College. Proudly waiting in the eves, Shanley the Gallery Manager and Susan of the Bronxville Chamber of Commerce eloquently explained and promoted the exhibit The Bronze Age: Rodin & the Methods of a Master. Having served on the Marketing Team, Patti and I are so proud of the show’s success. We hope that you enjoy the interviews and you visit the O’Silas Gallery.