Oak Cliff resident Jason Lenox, Anteks proprietor, has released a new line of home accessories inspired by a trip to Puerto Vallarta three years ago. What makes this line unique: each item is one-of-a-kind, and many pieces were made personally by Lenox.
The project has been years in the making. When Lenox visited Puerto Vallarta three years ago, he came across a shop that lined up with his vision. The style is rugged but sophisticated, showcasing Native American and Mexican influences. The items are even made in central Mexico.
Lenox’s collection, which includes boxes, ash trays, candlestick holders, picture frames and more, is made from solid German silver and Sonoran turquoise and reflects the work of turn-of-the-century Navajo silversmiths. Prices range from $69 to $495 and are available online and at The Gypsy Wagon, Pinto Ranch, The Arrangement and Anteks.
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