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Come Fly With Me

by Christian

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Following up our last post about Harrison Ford’s plane accident (and the interiors of his iconic role as Indiana Jones), here’s a roundup of sleek and silvery airplane decor pieces for your desk, shelf or side table. They might even help cure those of you afraid of flying.

Above, plane on tripod, on sale $150 from Pier 1. Below, vintage De Havilland Comet from Ralph Lauren via 1stdibs.com, $9,500:

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Vintage cargomaster, $6,800:

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1950 Concord, $100:

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 DC-3 from Tailwinds.com, $650:

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Lamps Plus seaplane, $209:

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Wayfair.com, $126:

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This spruce goose is actually a cocktail shaker, which hints at a helpful way of dealing with fear of flying:

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