Beekman Place is one of the shortest and most prestigious streets in New York. Its most noteworthy incarnation began in the late 1920s, when some of America's most recognizable names transformed the architecture from Edwardian townhouses to Art Deco towers and things even more modern.
The Beekman Urn acknowledges the scale and classical refinement of those rooms. More vintage than traditional or modern, its Ivory Crackle body has a distinctive graphic look with only the most subtle texture. The base is a reeded dome in polished Walnut.