More says he found this piece of Arch Pottery heaped with junk at a local thrift store, and it wasn't even for sale. Moore was persistent, however, and negotiated a $40 price to take home to his 1960s Donald Wexler Home. He placed it underneath a painting he literally bought off the back of the truck. When he spied it, he was prepared to pay the driver up to $2,000. In the end, he nabbed this bold, geometric piece, which later inspired a tie by Savile Row tailor, Richard James, for a mere $200.
Always Frugal, Always Fabulous,
The Elegant Thrifter