Say, that’s a fine piece of furniture. Just there, below the bust of Nietzsche and to the left of the Ming vase. Yes, that’s it! The Chesterfields 1780 William Blake Leather Couch ($1,880), in all its sophisticated glory. A shining example of British craftsmanship, its internal wood-frame is hand-joined, dowelled and assembled, and its leather hand-sewn and colored by a dedicated team of artisans. Of course, nothing but the finest materials would do for such an exquisite piece, so you can expect solid mahogany legs, sumptuous aniline cowhide and filling of the finest duck down. And dropped between the cushions? Forget nickels—you’d be more likely to find rubies.