When Josh Flagg's grandmother Marjorie passed away earlier this summer, the agent penned a beautiful tribute to "The Queen." In his post, the Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles cast member recalled, "Sneaking through her closets at the Wilshire and stealing pieces of Tortoise and Blue and White Vases, which by the way meant she gave me and told me not to tell my mom or aunt." He added, "It is still shocking to me that my mother did not know I was gay. What other 8 year old is interested in collecting Imari China?"
And his interest endures to this day. While unpacking boxes in his new home — a 1920s manse in Beverly Hills — the super agent filmed the pantry. Already, it's filled with impeccable pieces from the highest-end brands. As he showed cabinet after gleaming cabinet, the collector mused: "Nothing gives me more pleasure than china." And it shows:
After giving a peek at his enviable collection of floral bowls, horse-strewn teacups, and more, Josh panned over to the nearby closet. "And then there was this," he wrote, honing in on an avalanche of boxes from Christofle, Ralph Lauren, and Hermés.
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