Romance is a part of New Orleans. It is everywhere. As a Southern city, it shares a certain warmth, but we are set apart by an indefinable thing that makes us special. Why not share that “specialness” with someone this Valentine’s Day by showering your one-and-only with classic gifts, done in our unique way.  From Lucullus, you can acquire Gothic silver and fill it with rich blooms, or you could overwhelm a sweet tooth with decadent chocolates from Sucré. Make that candy everlasting with a jeweled necklace from Valobra, or set the mood for a sumptuous bath with soaps and candles from The French Mix.

Enchanted Evenings 

Light My Fire
Clockwise: French plated silver candelabra, English sterling silver toasting goblet, French cut-crystal decanter, early-19th-century French first standard silver hatlets (skewers), 19th-century French first standard silver punch ladles and an 18th-century Flemish hand-blown colored glass "garniture de bouquetiere"
All items are from Lucullus.

 Enchanted Evenings

Romancing the Stones Soaked in Luxury
Clockwise on distressed black Queen Anne chair: L’Amour metal bucket filled with Savon de Marseille flower soaps and sea sponge, Cedro Piccolo oil on canvas, cement bird votive holder, French powder room matches, wooden Santos hand, three mercury glass votive holders and cast-iron finch on vintage white dresser
All items are from The French Mix.
On Meissen porcelain centerpiece: Rosa Dell Bellezza necklace of pink quartz, tsavorite and diamonds set in 18-karat rose gold
All items are from Valobra Jewelry and Antiques.

 Enchanted Evenings

Chocolate Bliss
Clockwise from left: Blange (yellow-and-white ovals), Port (purple circles) and Absinthe (green circles), Grand Coeur (heart-shaped), Peppermint Patty (large circle with design), Earl Grey (rectangles with orange stripes), and Paris (rectangle with purple top)
All items are from Sucré.

 Enchanted Evenings

Soaked in Luxury
Clockwise on distressed black Queen Anne chair: L’Amour metal bucket filled with Savon de Marseille flower soaps and sea sponge, Cedro Piccolo oil on canvas, cement bird votive holder, French powder room matches, wooden Santos hand, three mercury glass votive holders and cast-iron finch on vintage white dresser
All items are from The French Mix.