PRESIDENTS’ DAY WEEKEND

FEBRUARY 18–22, 2011
Palm Beach
Jewelry,
Art & Antique Show
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The Largest Show of its Kind in the United States
Palm Beach
Jewelry, Art &
Anti que Show
Presi dents’ Day Weekend
February 1 8–22, 201 1
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From the Organizers,
Welcome to the eighth annual Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show — the largest show of its kind
in the United States. As organizers, each year we strive for excellence, traveling to the finest art and
antiques shows worldwide, in addition to frequenting the most important shows in the nation. As a
result, it is our pleasure to present a prestigious international array of unique and highly esteemed
exhibitors in each category.
A show of this magnitude presents challenges from inception and requires a coordinated effort from a
myriad of people. We would like to show our gratitude by congratulating everyone involved in making
the Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show a success. It is truly a team effort that requires seamless
production from our hardworking office staff to our technical and creative personnel that bring this
event to life.
For the fourth year, we are proud to be associated with the Historical Society of Palm Beach County,
the beneficiary of our Opening Night Preview Party. Funds raised from the preview party will go
towards the educational programs of the Richard and Pat Johnson Palm Beach County History Museum
and the Historical Society of Palm Beach County. The museum enriches the lives of children and
adults by making local history accessible, interesting and meaningful.
Most importantly, special thanks to our sponsors for their support and to our exhibitors and lecturers
from around the world who travel here so that we may enjoy spectacular works of art, rare antiques and
timeless treasures. To each participant, we offer our deep appreciation and gratitude.
To our visitors, we extend our warmest welcome and invite you to take advantage of this cultural
experience and the opportunity to meet many of the world's most renowned and respected jewelry, fine
art and antiques dealers who are eager to share their knowledge and treasures with you. We are also
pleased to welcome you to other Palm Beach Show Group events:
Baltimore Summer Antiques Show, August 25–28, 2011
Dallas International Art, Antique & Jewelry Show, October 27–31, 2011
“It would take a lifetime of travel to experience all that the Palm Beach Show Group has to offer.”
Enjoy the Show!
Scott Diament Kris Charamonde
Show Organizers
Robert Samuels
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Lecture Series Schedule
Private Preview Party
Friday, February 18 6:00PM–10:00PM
Benefiting the Historical Society of Palm Beach County
The Largest Show of its Kind in the United States
Show Hours
Saturday February 19 11AM–7PM
Sunday February 20 11AM–7PM
Monday February 21 11AM–7PM
Tuesday February 22 11AM–6PM
Palm Beach Jewelry,
Art & Antique Show
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CATALOGUE DESIGN AND PRODUCTION
Pure Imaging Inc., Watertown, Massachusetts USA
Printed in the USA
Tuesday, February 22
1:00P.M.
Scott Diament G.G. G.I.A., President,
CollectorsArtnet.com, COO, Palm Beach
Show Group
Title: CollectorsArtnet.com: The Exciting
New International Marketplace for Fine Art,
Antiques and Jewelry
3:00P.M.
Elias Martin, Floating World Gallery
Title: Roots and New Blooms: The Modern
Japanese Print as Avant Garde
Saturday, February 19
1:00P.M.
Janet Drucker, Drucker Antiques
Title: Dining in Style with Georg Jensen Silver
3:00P.M.
Gloria Lieberman, Director
of Fine Jewelry, Skinner, Inc.
Title: Signed Jewelry: How it Drives the
Market and When Does it Add Value
Sunday, February 20
1:00P.M.
Gordon Lewis, Senior Director and
Vice President, The Fine Arts Conservancy
Title: The Uf zi: Against All Odds. World War
II and the Florence Flood
3:00P.M.
Robert Lloyd, Robert Lloyd, Inc.
Title: The Hallmarks of Great Britain and
America
Monday, February 21
1:00P.M.
Anthony Peter Senecal, Historian,
The Mar-a-Lago Club
Title: Mar-a-Lago: The Rich History and Jewels
of the Marjorie Merriweather Post Era
3:00P.M.
Tom Gregersen, Cultural Director,
Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens
Title: Paintings and Calligraphy by 20th
Century Zen Masters
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Dear Friends:
I am pleased to welcome you to the 8th annual Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show at the
Palm Beach County Convention Center in West Palm Beach, Florida.
Florida is proud to host this event, which draws more than 50,000 people from the United States and
around the world to our state to view magnificent works of art. This annual milestone in the art com-
munity features nearly 200 international exhibitors and is an important economic generator for
Florida. Events like these are exactly what Florida needs to create jobs.
During your stay, I encourage you to enjoy the many delights that Florida's Cultural Capitol has to
offer, including 47 miles of Atlantic shoreline, historic hotels, museums and performing arts venues,
and world-class shopping and dining.
Best wishes for a successful event and an enjoyable visit to the Sunshine State.
Sincerely,
Rick Scott
Governor of Florida
February 18, 2011
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RICK SCOTT
GOVERNOR
THE CAPITOL
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA 32399 • (850) 488-2272 • FAX (850) 922-4292
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Dear Guests,
On behalf of the City of West Palm Beach, it is my pleasure to welcome you to the
Eighth Annual Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show. This much anticipated
event brings over 200 prestigious dealers from around the world to the Capital City
of the Palm Beaches at the Palm Beach County Convention Center.
I would like to extend hearty congratulations to the show organizers: Kris Charamonde,
Scott Diament and Rob Samuels. The Palm Beach Jewelry Art & Antique Show
has become a vital part of the Palm Beach season, both in terms of the cultural
experience it provides and the economic advantages it brings to our community
through tourism and international business.
In addition to enjoying the amazing collection of art, antiques and jewelry, I encourage
you to explore the many other treasures the City has to offer. After show hours, walk
across the street to CityPlace for fabulous dining and shopping, see a show at the
Kravis Center for the Performing Arts or visit our picturesque waterfront.
Enjoy your stay in West Palm Beach, and enjoy the show.
Sincerely,
Lois J. Frankel
Mayor
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Greetings,
On behalf of the Palm Beach County Convention and Visitors Bureau, I would like to
extend a warm welcome to all of the guests and exhibitors attending the 8th annual
Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show. This prestigious event brings history and
culture to the forefront at our state-of-the-art Palm Beach County Convention Center.
Congratulations to Kris Charamonde, Scott Diament and Rob Samuels, for organizing
this international event that has become a tradition and major destination for
renowned exhibitors, distinguished collectors and lovers of fine art and antiques.
Our community is privileged to host this world-class show, and we invite you to
discover The Palm Beaches where, for over 100 years, travelers from around the
world have stayed, played and experienced the genuine hospitality and breathtaking
beauty of America’s First Resort Destination®.
Enjoy the show and make The Palm Beaches your own — the best way to
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CONTENTS
Show Hours & Preview Party 1
Lecture Series 3
Letters of Greeting 4
Retro Revival 12
by Lynn Morgan
American Modernism: The Shein Collection 18
by Charles Brock & Nancy Anderson, with Harry Cooper
Participating Exhibitors 28
Advertisements 189
Index of Exhibitors 223
Future Palm Beach Show Group Exhibitions 230
FRONT COVER
William Samuel Horton (1865–1936), Children on an English Beach, ca. 1918.
Oil on board, 15 x 18 inches. Courtesy of Brock & Co., Concord, Massachusetts.
BACK COVER
“Pavot” flower pin set with “mystery set” ruby petals, round diamond pistil center,
three pavé set leaves and stem with round and baguette diamonds, mounted in
platinum and 18k gold, signed Van Cleef & Arpels and numbered with French assay
marks, circa 1960s. Courtesy of J.S. Fearnley, Atlanta, Georgia.
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The Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show is the largest show of its kind in
the United States. UBS Financial Services Inc. is proud to be the main sponsor
of this unique and notable event and we are honored to continue our eight-year
partnership with the show.
Appreciating and supporting art is a deeply valued tradition at UBS, where
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expression and to making the arts accessible to our clients, our employees,
and to the communities in which we serve.
UBS Financial Services, Inc. is proud to be affiliated with the works exhibited
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O F T H E
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The funds donated from the Preview evening benefit the
educational programs of the Historical Society and the Richard
and Pat Johnson Palm Beach County History Museum, located
within the 1916 Courthouse in downtown West Palm Beach.
Following a multi-million dollar restoration, the Museum
opened in March 2008 to enrich the lives of children and
adults. The Courthouse also serves as the headquarters for the
Historical Society of Palm Beach County.
PAL M B E AC H COUNTY
RI C HA RD AND PAT
JOHNSON
HISTORY
MUSEUM
F R I DAY, F E B RUA RY 1 8 , 2 0 1 1
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Historical Society of Palm Beach County exists to further
an understanding and appreciation of Palm Beach County history and
heritage by collecting, preserving, interpreting, and exhibiting cultural
resources for education and enrichment of present and future
generations. The Society maintains a large library and archive which is
an active research facility.
The Richard and Pat Johnson Palm Beach County History Museum
took six years to complete and enables the Historical Society to weave
our community history into the fabric of daily life. The Museum is
divided into two main galleries, The People Gallery and The Place
Gallery plus a temporary gallery for rotating special exhibits. The
People Gallery features a large theatrical diorama projecting images of
notable individuals from all walks of Palm Beach County life. Kiosks
and exhibits with artifacts contribute to unfolding the stories behind
these significant and colorful characters of the past, including
Pre-Columbian inhabitants, Seminole Indians, early pioneers, the
business and philanthropic community, educators, and influential
leaders in the arts, law, medicine and politics. The Place Gallery explores
Palm Beach County’s natural environment and the many communities
that have contributed to its distinct identity. The courthouse building
also houses the original 1916 courtroom with exhibits on government
and the election process.
The Historical Society provides an educational curriculum on county
history to the School District of Palm Beach County at no cost to tax
payers. In addition to education programs in the schools, we invite
adult and student tour groups to participate in the museum
experience by scheduling a visit or participating in one of our special
events or programs. We also invite you to explore Palm Beach County
history online by visiting www.pbchistoryonline.org.

For further information please call (561) 832-4164 or visit our
website at www.historicalsocietypbc.org
The Museum is open 10am – 5pm Tuesday through Saturday.
300 N. Dixie Highway, Downtown West Palm Beach, Florida 33401.
the
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by LYNN MORGAN
REVIVAL
RETRO
“Retro” jewelry can be an elusive concept. First coined in the
1970s by jewelry historian Francois Curiel, the term covers a
dazzling array of styles spread across several historic eras.
“It’s become a catch-all phrase for any jewelry created
between the late 1930s and 1950s,” explains dealer Audrey
Friedman of New York’s Primavera Gallery, “even though there
are a lot of stylistic diferences over such a long period.”
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Retro jewelry can be divided into three
distinct periods: Modernism, the outgrowth of
Art Deco; wartime austerity; and post-war
celebration. Each period vividly embodies and
evokes its own historic and cultural moment.
For many collectors, the definitive Retro
look is a bold, sinuous piece in highly pol-
ished yellow or rose gold, centered with a
massive colored stone: aquamarine, amethyst,
or citrine. If diamonds, rubies, or sapphires
were part of the design then they were gener-
ally small and relegated to a supporting role
as highlight stones. The design and the
drama came from the sculptural settings and
the monumental gemstones. “By the late thir-
ties, most of the skilled artisans in Europe
were drafted into their nation’s armies, and
the talent pool for fine jewelry makers was
severely diminished,” explains Judith Price,
the director of the National Jewelry Institute
and author of Masterpieces of American Jewelry.
She adds, “The craftspeople weren’t available
to make intricate, complicated pieces, and the
materials weren’t available. Platinum was
being diverted to the war effort and many
gems weren’t available due to the war. Jewelers
had to improvise.” Price notes “The forties
were about limited resources. They had to use
color to create excitement: the big, bold
stones, the highly polished gold. Jewelers
were very clever.” The post-war years of the
late forties and into the fifties saw a return to
opulence and luxury. Once again, extrava-
gance and femininity defined both fashion
and jewelry, and joyous motifs of flowers,
butterflies, and ballerinas in gold, diamonds,
and precious gems became popular.
Among the most recognizable styles of the
late 1930s and early 1940s were the yellow
gold bracelets of bold, geometric links or
chain mesh, finished with a buckle-style
clasp, inspired by Victorian garter belts. This
“statement” jewelry was designed by houses
like Cartier, Mauboussin, Verdura, Boivin,
Boucheron, and Seaman Schepps. It was
Pair of clip-brooches
in 18-karat gold, citrine,
sapphires and diamonds,
circa late 1930s to early
1940s, by Marchak, Paris.
Courtesy, Primavera Gallery.
Feather brooch,
citrine and yellow gold,
1940s, by JE Caldwell
of Philadelphia.
Courtesy, Pat Saling.
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Aquamarine and diamond parure comprising a necklace, bracelet,
and clip brooch, the necklace designed as a pink and yellow gold
foliate motif bordered by rows of oval-shaped aquamarines and
by additional gold leaves; the bracelet and clip of similar design
formed of yellow gold leaf motifs and oval-shaped aquamarines
all enhanced with rows of brilliant-cut diamond. Circa 1935, by
Boucheron. Courtesy, Hancocks.
This magnificent suite was originally the property of Oscar
winning actress Joan Crawford, who became an avid collector of
fine jewelry. She wore this suite of necklace, bracelet, and brooch
in the 1939 film “The Women,” and it is often described as
Crawford’s favorite piece of jewelry. The suite was acquired by
Andy Warhol from a sale of Joan Crawford’s possessions on
January 18th 1978 in New York. It was then sold Sotheby’s New
York, December 1988, lot 2098, in “The Andy Warhol Sale.”
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Cabochon turquoise and
pavé diamond ring, circa
1940, by Cartier. Courtesy,
Sandra Cronan, Ltd.
Platinum ring featuring invisibly set
rubies and diamonds by Tifany &
Co. The center of the ring features
66 invisibly set rubies surrounded
by 22 baguette cut diamonds, and
32 round cut diamonds. Circa 1940s
and signed, Tifany & Co. Courtesy,
Macklowe Gallery.
A pair of diamond, ruby
and gold “Sign Language”
brooches, circa 1940, by Paul
Flato. Courtesy, Vendome.
y,
frequently seen on some of the world’s most
glamorous women, including film stars like
Merle Oberon and the Duchess of Windsor.
During the golden age of Hollywood in the
late 1930s and 1940s, stars were among the big-
gest and most visible clients for the Retro jew-
elry. It was a perfect match. Actresses needed
jewelry that was highly photogenic, impactful,
and larger-than-life, like their studio-crafted
screen personas. Stars often wore their own
jewelry on screen and there was no small
amount of professional competition over whose
jewels was the finest. Greta Garbo, Marlene
Dietrich, Paulette Goddard, Rita Hayworth,
and Joan Crawford were all well-known for
their beautiful collections of jewelry.
It wasn’t just women who wore Retro
jewelry. Paul Flato (1900–1999), one of
Hollywood’s most popular jewelers was
known for the pieces he created for dapper
gentlemen during the heyday of his career in
the late 1930s to 1943: his cufflinks, shirt
studs, and cigarette cases of impeccable ele-
gance were worn and carried by some of
Hollywood’s most powerful moguls and lead-
ing men, including Gary Cooper, Fred
Astaire, and Cary Grant. It was an era of
tremendous style and glamour.
“Flato was influenced by Surrealism,” says
Elizabeth Irvine Bray, the author of Paul
Flato Jeweler to the Stars. “He designed a pair
of ‘foot’ cufflinks for the Hollywood costume
designer Adrian [Adrian Adolph Greenberg],
and his ‘nuts and bolts’ cufflinks of the 1930s,
originally designed for society band leader
Peter Duchine, became one of his most
widely copied designs; you can still see ver-
sions of them today.” Bray adds, “He made
‘sign language’ brooches for women; hands,
in gold, with enamel or ruby fingernails,
making the sign language gestures for ini-
tials. They were hugely popular: Katharine
Hepburn wore them in ‘Holiday.’”
Among his witty designs was a brooch
Flato made for actress Marlene Dietrich. “She
fell on the set of ‘The Lady is Willing’ [1942]
and broke her leg,” Elizabeth Bray explains.
“The cast and crew commissioned a brooch
from Flato: a pair of legs, in gold, with ruby
toenails, and one of them is set in a cast!”
The power of Retro jewelry was its initial
visual impact rather than its use of rare mate-
rials, a result of the restraints from World
War II (1939–1945). Luxury industries in
general, and fine jewelry in particular, were
transformed. There was an unavailability of
diamonds and exotic gemstones, and many of
jewelry’s traditional raw materials like gold
and platinum were diverted to a more brutal
yet vital purpose.
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Patriotic themes became popular—red,
white, and blue were prominent colors—and
military images of airplanes and medals were
frequently seen. Women wore bracelets with
each charm representing a husband, a son, or
brother fighting the war. Paris-based jeweler
Mauboussin created a “Jeep” brooch in gold,
brilliants, and a cabochon ruby to celebrate
the liberation of Paris.
After the war, a new style blossomed. In
1947, Christian Dior introduced his electrify-
ing “New Look” collection and the era of
wartime restraint, rationing, and self-depriva-
tion was over. A new lushness and opulence
entered fashion, and a new affluence and
sophistication entered society. Travel became
easier and more accessible, and Europeans
and Americans had more exposure to one
another, with influences and ideas crossing
the Atlantic faster than ever before. Weary of
the war, there was a universal craving for
comfort, luxury, and leisure. The military-
influenced, strict, even parsimonious tailor-
ing required by wartime fabric rationing was
replaced by a joyous celebration of softness
and femininity. Tiny waists and generous
décolletage were accentuated by sweetheart
necklines and billowing skirts and crinolines.
Silk was no longer reserved for parachutes; it
could be layered lavishly on dresses that were
meant, in Christian Dior’s words “to make
women look like flowers.”
It was the era of the cocktail party, and
jewelry design followed the prevailing mood
in fashion and culture. It became softer, more
romantic, more feminine and more hopeful
than it had been during the Depression and
the war years. American Retro jewelry exhib-
ited playfulness in this era that is utterly
charming: sea shells, birds, and hearts were
THIS PAGE, TOP:
“Dauphins” brooch, 18-karat gold, the bodies set
with diamonds and sapphires, circa 1957, by Rene
Boivin, Paris. Courtesy of Primavera Gallery.
THIS PAGE, BOTTOM:
Fantastic pair of platinum and white gold earclips
each designed as a pavé-diamond and calibré-
cut aquamarine scroll Suzanne Belperron, Paris
circa 1945. Previously property of heiress and
philanthropist Doris Duke whose life was brought
to screen in the 2007 film 'Bernard and Doris'
staring Susan Sarandon and Ralph Fiennes.
Courtesy, Hancocks.
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recurring motifs: peaceful, lighthearted
images meant to counter the recent horrors of
the war. European designers like Rene Boivin,
Verdura, and Jean Schlumberger explored
mythological images like unicorns, mer-
maids, phoenixes, and winged horses in gold,
enamel, and precious stones, and Van Cleef
& Arpels introduced their famous jeweled
“ballerina” brooches. Realistic depictions of
animals were also popular, and chic lapels
were frequently adored with gorgeous jeweled
menageries of birds and beasts.
One of the most famous of these natural-
ist jewels was the Cartier “Panther” brooch,
designed for the Duchess of Windsor in
THIS PAGE, UPPER LEFT:
18-karat yellow gold and diamond necklace,
Mauboussin, circa 1940s. Courtesy, Fred Leighton.
THIS PAGE, LOWER LEFT:
Turquoise necklace in 18-karat yellow gold,
diamond, and citrine, circa 1952, by Cartier,
France. Courtesy, Camilla Dietz Bergeron.
THIS PAGE, INSET:
Coral, emerald, diamond and gold love bird
brooch by Cartier made 1950. The brooch is
marked with French Assay Mark, signed and
numbered. Courtesy, L'Etoile Royale.
1948. It featured a gold panther with black
enamel spots, reclining, majestically on a
“rock”— a 90-karat, cabochon emerald. It
created a world-wide sensation, and made the
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An important 18-karat yellow gold
and diamond retro necklace by Cartier,
circa 1950. Courtesy, Fred Leighton.
THIS PAGE, BELOW:
Citrine, amethyst and diamond cuf
bracelet by Trabert & Hoefer-Mauboussin,
circa 1940s. Courtesy, Fred Leighton.
“Panther” one of Cartier’s signature motifs. It joined the earlier “Pink
Flamingo” brooch created by Jean Toussaint in gold, caliber emeralds,
sapphires, and rubies as one of the most recognizable and widely imi-
tated jewels of all time.
There was a huge demand for glamorous jeweled objects: powder
compacts, cigarette lights and cases, evening bags, and lipstick cases.
Cocktail parties and balls were revived and women wore sweeping
gowns by Marcel Rochas, Norman Hartnell, Jacques Fath, Dior, and
Balenciaga, and their low necklines—paired with the upswept hairstyles
of the day—left vast expanses of lovely necks and seductive cleavage to
be adorned with ornate necklaces and Seaman Schepps cluster ear clips,
an innovative style that heaped together lavish mounds of cabochons of
colored stones.
The late 1940s and early 1950s saw a lot of experimentation in
jewelry. Artists like Salvador Dali, Max Ernst, and Tony Duquette all
explored jewelry design, with Duquette creat-
ing pieces for the Duchess of Windsor.
Retro jewelry in all its manifestations fell
out of favor in the 1960s and 1970s and,
unfortunately, a lot of examples were broken
up and melted down to recycle the metal and
reclaim the stones for use in new designs. It
wasn’t until the 1980s that Retro jewelry
began to attract a new generation of passion-
ate collectors.
Artist Andy Warhol was one of the first
new collectors to recognize the distinctiveness
of Retro jewelry, and he built an impressive
collection. “In the Eighties, I bought a Retro
style bracelet: a heavy gold setting, with a huge
citrine,” recalls Audrey Friedman. “One of our
associates, a lovely young woman from a very
good family looked at it and said, ‘that’s one of
the ugliest things I have ever seen!’ A short
time later, Andy came in and bought it, caus-
ing no small amount of embarrassment!”
The historic sale of the Duchess of
Windsor’s jewels, in 1987, and a year later,
the Warhol estate sale brought Retro jewelry
into the headlines and back into fashion.
Today, it still attracts collectors who appreci-
ate its bold and fearless designs.
“It’s coming out of the closets and the
family safes,” says Judith Price. “People are
taking a close look at their mother’s and
grandmother’s jewelry and realizing its value
and beauty.” She adds, “You can’t make jew-
elry like this anymore.” 
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BY CHARLES BROCK AND NANCY ANDERSON, WITH HARRY COOPER
T
he early American modernists may be usefully under-
stood as the generation of artists born primarily
between 1875 and 1890 who promulgated the new
languages of modern art—fauvism, cubism, futurism,
orphism, synchromism, expressionism, Dada—both
in the United States and abroad. This remarkably small group con-
stituted a true avant-garde; over the course of the twentieth century
legions of artists would follow in their wake.

Yet as the century
unfolded, the contribution of these painters and sculptors to the
history of modernism was at times illuminated and at other times
obscured. A point of near total eclipse was reached after World War
II, with the promotion of abstract expressionism as the ultimate
“triumph” of American painting.

During the last quarter of the
twentieth century, a clearer vision emerged of the early American
modernists’ crucial role in the development of a modernist culture
both in America and Europe. The Shein Collection, consisting of
twenty representative works by nineteen of the most important
first-generation modernists, reflects this greater understanding.
The careers of the artists in the Shein Collection attest to a predi-
lection, integral to the modernist enterprise, to break free from
personal and national identity and their attendant psychological and
geographical bounds to, in the American poet Ezra Pound’s epochal
phrase, “make it new.” Before the 1913 Armory Show, Gertrude and
Leo Stein in Paris and Alfred Stieglitz in New York created a
dynamic transatlantic forum for artists such as Patrick Henry Bruce,
Marsden Hartley, Stanton Macdonald-Wright, John Marin, Alfred
Maurer, and Max Weber, as well as for the great European innova-
tors Henri Matisse and Pablo Picasso. After the Armory Show,
largely orchestrated by Arthur B. Davies and a landmark in the his-
tory of modernism, Macdonald-Wright and Morgan Russell issued
their synchromist manifesto on color painting and executed works of
great chromatic complexity, while Hartley and Joseph Stella devel-
oped their singular styles, and Weber advanced his cubist practice. In
1915 Marcel Duchamp arrived in New York, where, inspired by the
commercial and technological culture of the city, undertook varia-
tions on his revolutionary idea of the “readymade.” Duchamp’s
brilliance soon inspired such precocious artists as Charles Demuth,
Man Ray, Morton Schamberg, and Charles Sheeler, and was seminal
to the formulation of American precisionism. In the 1920s, Marin,
Arthur Dove, and Georgia O’Keeffe, prominent members of the
Stieglitz group and well versed in the lessons of European mod-
ernism, pursued a refined, nature-based abstraction that Stieglitz
promoted as distinctively American. At the same time Bruce and
John Storrs developed their own mature modernist styles in France.
MODERNISM
AMERICAN
THE SHEIN COLLECTION
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Max Weber (American, 1881–1961)
The Fisherman, 1919
Gouache on canvas
Collection of Deborah and Ed Shein

While living in Paris from 1905 to 1909, Weber befriended
Pablo Picasso and witnessed firsthand the development of
cubism. When the American artist returned home he brought
with him the first painting by Picasso to enter the United
States. Weber's own painting, too, adopted a cubist style, as
seen in the fractured planes, masklike features, and subdued
palette of The Fisherman. Too abstract to bear a true likeness,
the portrait nevertheless resembles the artist, an avid fish-
erman, who smoked a pipe and wore vests and jackets much
like those depicted here.
John Storrs (American, 1885–1956)
Auto Tower, Industrial Forms, ca. 1922
Cast concrete, painted
National Gallery of Art, Washington;
gift and Promised Gift of Deborah and Ed Shein
This sculpture tower, and another nearly identical example in the collection,
incorporates the long body of a contemporary luxury touring car turned on
its end, transforming a functional, industrial form into an architectural
adornment or monument — a totem to American technology. Storrs, a
Chicago native and the son of an architect, was knowledgeable about mod-
ernist buildings and here embraces the hallmarks of the art deco style:
elegant geometry, graphic use of black, and fascination with technology.
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Marsden Hartley (American, 1877–1943)
Pre-War Pageant, 1913
Oil on canvas, 39½ x 31⅞ inches
Collection of Deborah and Ed Shein
Painted in 1913, Pre-War Pageant is among the first purely abstract paintings by an American artist. Hartley had sailed
for Paris a year earlier and there became interested in spirituality and art theories, including those of Wassily Kandinsky,
who believed in the triangle’s spiritual properties. In Berlin in 1913, Hartley began a military-inspired series to which
Pre-War Pageant belongs. With its bold use of primary hues and simple geometric forms, Hartley’s canvas pulsates with
energy that spills beyond the canvas onto the frame. While in Europe during the teens Hartley maintained his ties to
New York, sending pictures back to Alfred Stieglitz to exhibit at his intimate 291 gallery. Recalling the effect of a
Hartley exhibition in 1916, Georgia O’Keeffe remarked it was “like a brass band in a small closet.”
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Georgia O’Keeffe (American, 1887–1986)
Dark Iris No. 2, 1927
Oil on canvas, 32 x 21 inches
Collection of Deborah and Ed Shein
In warm weather, O’Keeffe left New York City for the more peaceful surroundings of Lake George in upstate New
York, where she stayed with Alfred Stieglitz at his family’s summer home. The natural environs of the retreat provided
both artists with rich subject matter. In Dark Iris No. 2, O’Keeffe plunges deep into the center of a black iris, pre-
senting such an unusual and narrow focus that the painting verges on abstraction. The flower also may be seen as
embodying sexual imagery, clouds, or even (turned on its side) the Lake George mountains and water. O’Keeffe
alluded to the transformational power of art when she said, “When you take a flower in your hand and really look at it,
it’s your world for the moment. I want to give that world to someone else.”
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Charles Demuth (American, 1883–1935)
End of the Parade: Coatesville, Pa., 1920
Tempera and pencil on board, 19⅞ x 15¾ inches
Collection of Deborah and Ed Shein
Demuth fused industrial style and subject matter, depicting
the Lukens Steel complex with clear-cut lines and contained
color—a style known as precisionism. The smokestacks and
buildings are as crisply rendered as an architectural drawing,
and even the billows of smoke are carefully delineated.
Demuth’s painting, however, does not faithfully document the
Lukens factory; one building is fancifully composed of stacked
trapezoids, and rays of steely gray shoot across the sky in a
decorative arrangement. Critics admired Demuth’s ability to
find beauty in industrialized America. As Henry McBride
noted, “He makes of it a thing that seems to glorify a subject
that the rest of us have been taught to consider ugly.”
Marcel Duchamp (French-American, 1887–1968
Fresh Widow, 1964 edition (based on 1920 original)
Painted wood frame and eight glass panels
covered with black leather, 30½ x 1711⁄16 inches
National Gallery of Art, Washington, Gift of Deborah and Ed Shein
Describing the manufacture of this sculpture, Duchamp said, “This
small model of a French window was made by a carpenter in New
York in 1920. To complete it I replaced the glass panes by panes
made of leather, which I insisted should be shined everyday like
shoes. French Window was called Fresh Widow, an obvious enough
pun.” Indeed, the pun would have been especially pertinent in
1920, in the immediate aftermath of World War I. Signed by
Duchamp’s female alter ego, Rose Sélavy (a pun on eros c’est la vie,
or “eros, that’s life”), Fresh Widow offers a critique of how art tradi-
tionally operates. For instance, by covering the window panes with
black leather Duchamp contradicts the basic notion that a painting
should operate as a window into another world—an idea broadly
accepted since the Renaissance.
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Charles Sheeler (American, 1883–1965)
Composition around White, 1959
Oil on canvas, 30 x 33 inches
Collection of Deborah and Ed Shein
Sheeler’s works, with their particular blend of quintessentially
American subjects and modern style, often were described as
both familiar and abstract. That is especially true in this
depiction of a New England barn—his last variation on a
theme that had occupied him for decades. The composition,
rendered with broad, flat application of color, is based on
photomontages the artist made of barns in which he layered
negatives to create complex arrangements of superimposed
architectural forms.
Stuart Davis (American, 1892–1964)
Unfinished Business, 1962
Oil on canvas, 36 x 45 inches
Collection of Deborah and Ed Shein
When the Philadelphia-born Davis exhibited at the Armory
Show in 1913 he was one of the youngest participants.
Beginning in the 1920s he brought the graphic sensibility and
restricted palette of commercial advertising into his art. These
qualities are evident in one of the artist’s last paintings,
Unfinished Business, in which Davis engages viewers in a bit of
visual wordplay. An assortment of Xs and Os suggests tic-tac-
toe symbols that have slipped off their grid. In the lower right
quadrant, “Edy” is rendered in script, and along the right edge
“PAD” is printed. The former is likely a variation of the
sequence “Ideas—Eyedas—Eyedeas” that Davis recorded in
one of his sketchbooks, also known as sketchpads or “pads.”
Combined with the letters “NO” at left we may surmise that
Davis was referring to the American poet William Carlos
Williams’ famous axiom, “No ideas but in things.”
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In 2008 and 2009, the Gallery received three gifts from Edward and Deborah Shein: John Storrs’ Auto Tower, Industrial Forms (c. 1922), Marcel
Duchamp’s Fresh Widow (1920/1964), and John Marin’s The Written Sea (1952). The Sheins intend to continue making gifts of important
works from their collection with their ultimate goal of giving all 20 of their masterworks to the National Gallery of Art, Washington. Presented
here are details of a selection from the twenty works that were exhibited in American Modernism: The Shein Collection, which closed on January
3, 2011, at the National Gallery of Art in Washington. American Modernism was organized by Charles Brock and Nancy Anderson, with Harry
Cooper. This article is reprinted in part from the Summer 2010 issue of Antiques & Fine Art Magazine. 
Charles Brock is associate curator of American and British Paintings, Nancy Anderson is curator and head of the department of American and British
Paintings, and Harry Cooper is curator and head of the department of Modern and Contemporary Art at the National Gallery of Art, Washington.
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An Italian marble group of a young couple embracing by Ernesto Gazzeri, (Italian, 1866),
the group 40 in. high; the pedestal 37 in. high. Provenance: Private Collector, Michigan
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Patek Philippe Vintage Timepieces from the Aaron Faber Collection
666 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10103
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HAND WOVEN FURNISHINGS, CIRCA 1850 TO 1930
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A collection of rattan furnishings by the Heywood Wakefield Company
of Gardner, Massachsetts, circa 1920. Natural finish with colored trim.
JAMES BUTTERWORTH • MICHAEL DONOVAN
ANTIQUE AMERICAN WICKER
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ARADER GALLERIES
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Athanasius Ford
Osceola
1838, wash drawing
After a sketch from life by John Rogers Vinton
12½" x 8"
Signed with monogram and dated, lower right
Inscribed below: “As sketched from life at Lake Monroe, Florida
by Capt. J.R. Vinton of the United States Army.”
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David Davidovich Burliuk
Oil on canvas, 24 x 30 inches
Circa 1948
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Lucien Adrion (French, 1889–1953)
Les Tuillieres, Paris, circa 1948
Oil on canvas, 24 x 29 inches
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Martha Walter (1875–1976)
Under the Large Striped Umbrella on a Foggy Day, ca. 1916
Oil on canvasboard, 14 x 18 inches
Signed lower left: Martha Walter
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B+G FINE ART
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Stanton MacDonald-Wright (1890–1973)
Study For “American Synchromy No. 2”, 1919
Charcoal drawing on cream wove paper, 15⅞ x 9¼ inches
Sheet size: 17 x 11⅝ inches; Frame size: 38¼ x 3113⁄ 16 inches
PROVENANCE:
George Adams Gallery, New York, NY
EXHIBITED:
North Carolina Museum of Art, Raleigh, NC
Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA
The Museum Of Fine Arts, Houston, TX
Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, AK
ILLUSTRATED:
Color, Myth, And Music: Stanton MacDonald-Wright and Synchromism by Will South, page 76
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Art Nouveau 'spring landscape' dog collar plaque, mounted in silver-topped gold, designed
as a rectangular panel, depicting a spring landscape with green enamel grass and brownish
orange foliate details, with white and brown enamel birch trees, as well as a blue enamel lake
and purple enamel mountains, set against a milky-bluish opal sky, the landscape set within a
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Mikimoto collar of Akoya pearls joined by a platinum plaque
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BROCK & CO.
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William Samuel Horton (1865–1936)
Children on an English Beach, ca. 1918
Oil on board, 15 x 18 inches
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J. G. Brown
Oil on Canvas
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Rafael Senet y Perez (1856–1926)
The Grand Canal, Venice
Oil on canvas, 17⅛ x 30⅜ inches
Signed
10 & 12 Burlington Gardens, London W1S 3EYUnited Kingdom
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Modele assis sur fond Rouge
Oil on canvas, 22 x 18¼ inches
Signed
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William Adolphe Bouguereau (1825–1905)
Pandore
Oil on canvas, 36½ x 26 inches
Signed & dated W. Bouguereau 1890 lower left
LITERATURE:
Bouguereau's Accounts, (as Pandore)
D. Bartoli with F. Ross, William Bouguereau Catalogue Raisonné, no. 1890/15, p. 270, illustrated (color)
Franqueville, William Bouguereau, Paris, 1895, p. 149, (as Pandore)
M. Vachon, W. Bouguereau, 1900, p. 157 (as Psyché)
M. S. Walker, William-Adolphe Bouguereau, A Summary Catalogue of the Paintings in William-Adolphe Bouguereau,
L'art Pompier, exhibition catalogue, 1992, p. 73
This work is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity by Damien Bartoli.
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Clarice Cliff "Diamonds" 12 inch Lotus Vase, ca. 1929–1930
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Basket of Flowers. English watercolor 1835.
Presented in 19th Century Lemon-gold frame.
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Peregrine Heathcote
Where Next, 2010
Oil on canvas, 30 x 36 inches
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“The Nativity” from A Book of Hours, France, c. 1490.
Tempera and gold on vellum.
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George Jones Majolica Underwater Stilton Cheese Keeper, England, circa 1870.
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Paul Cadmus (American, 1904–1999)
Shore Leave, 1935
Etching, 10½ x 11¾ inches
In this scathing caricature of sailors on shore leave, Cadmus revels in the suggestive, satirical and controversial.
Ex-collection Paul Cadmus.
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CHINA SQUARE
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Chromogenic Print with Dibond Plexiglass
60 x 40 in. / 152.4 x 101.6 cm
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Harry Roseland (American, 1867–1950)
To baby Florence, 1907
Oil on canvas , 13 x 11 inches
Signed and personally dedicated on blackboard slate to one of his most used models
Also signed on wainscoting
Excellent condition
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Two exceptional frames from our extensive collection of antique frames
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Chinese Dignitaries, Western Han, 206BC–8AD, Shaanxi Province, Grey Pottery, 37" Height. Fashioned In a Silhouette Poise.
Extremely Rare in Form and Size, Pair, (TL)Thermoluminescence Testing Included.
Sancai Glazed Lokapalas,Tang Dynasty, 618–907 AD, 16" Height. Modeled in a Rich Blue Glaze, Reserved for Nobility,
Charming Pair, (TL)Thermoluminescence Testing Included.
Chinese Horse Tang Dynasty, 618–907 AD, 28" Height. Extremely Rare Horse With Cut Fur Saddle, (TL) Thermoluminescence Testing Included.
056_PB11.indd 56 1/28/11 2:37:54 PM
CLAYTON ANTIQUES
57
P.O. Box 5665, Williamsburg, VA 23188
tel: 314.422.4622
email: claytonantiques@gmail.com
internet: www.claytonantiques.com
Magnificent Gubelin 18k and Diamond Necklace.
Undulating textured links join a centerpiece studded with G/VVS diamonds.
An original 2 inch adapter converts the necklace from 16 to 18 inches.
A matching 7 inch bracelet is not shown.
Circa: 1970
Makers mark: Gubelin, 750
057_PB11.indd 57 1/28/11 2:38:11 PM
58
1960s one-of-a-kind Italian cabinet in colored and black murano glass with a
pair of 1960s Venitian Aureliano Toso Design lamps and murano glass vases.
COUSLICH INTERIORS
& ANTIQUES
39 East 67th Street, 5th floor, New York, NY 10065
tel: 212.249.0021mobile: 321.282.7681
email: info@couslichinteriors.cominternet: www.couslichinteriors.com
058_PB11.indd 58 1/28/11 2:38:28 PM
CRAWFORD
CONTEMPORARY, LLC
59
Sterling Lighthouse Candlestick
12½" tallApprox 44ozs
Reminiscent of the fabulous silver pieces Asprey or Faberge made over 100 years ago.
Hand made in London to an exacting Crawford design.
The candle fits in a spring loaded cylinder inside and is pushed up as it burns.
The wick burns reliably at the top of the lighthouse giving off a radiant glow against the silver.
Fairfield, CT
tel: 203.292.6762mobile: 646.284.1785
email: info@crawfordcontemporary.com
internet: www.crawfordcontemporary.com
059_PB11.indd 59 1/28/11 2:38:44 PM
DANIELS ANTIQUES
60
Miami / Aspen
tel: 954.454.1395
email: danielsantiques@att.net
internet: www.danielsantiques.com
Japanese World War II Binoculars
060_PB11.indd 60 1/28/11 2:39:01 PM
DANISH SILVER
61
Rare Georg Jensen Sterling Silver Champagne Cooler
Design #87
Circa 1915–1919
Made in Copenhagen, Denmark
Denmark: Bredgade 12, 1260 Copenhagen Ktel: +45 33 11 52 52email: info@danishsilver.com
USA: 251 Post Street, San Francisco, CA 94108tel: 415.984.1907email: rachel@danishsilver.com
internet: www.danishsilver.com
061_PB11.indd 61 1/28/11 2:39:48 PM
DAVID & COMPANY
62
232 Boylston Street, Chestnut Hill, MA 02467
tel: 1.800.DAVIDCOemail: info@davidandcompany.com
internet: www.davidandcompany.com
TIFFANY & CO. SCHUMBERGER BRACELET COLLECTION
18k yellow gold wide brilliant green paillone enamel
18k yellow gold wide brilliant red paillone enamel
18k yellow gold thin brilliant blue paillone enamel
18k yellow gold wide dark green paillone enamel
18k yellow gold wide brilliant gold paillone enamel
062_PB11.indd 62 1/28/11 2:40:23 PM
DAWN HILL ANTIQUES
11 Main Street, New Preston, CT 06777
tel: 860.868.0066fax: 860.868.6035
email: dha@dawnhillantiques.cominternet: www.dawnhillantiques.com
63
A fine pair of Swedish Rococo period armchairs with traces of original blue paint
and intricate carving on the back of the apron and legs, circa 1750.
SPECIALIZING IN SWEDISH ANTIQUES OF THE ROCOCO AND GUSTAVIAN PERIODS AS
WELL AS 18TH AND 19TH CENTURY ANTIQUES AND DECORATIVE OBJECTS FROM FRANCE
063_PB11.indd 63 1/28/11 2:40:42 PM
DEAN BORGHI FINE ART
64
52 East 76th Street, New York, NY 10021
tel: 201.784.5490email: dean@dbfineart.cominternet: www.dbfineart.com
Albert Bierstadt (1830–1902)
Oil on canvas, 19¾ x 27¾ inches
Signed lower right: Albert Bierstadt
Provenance: Purchased from the estate from the artist
Private collection by descent in one family
Richard York Gallery 1999 to the present owner
064_PB11.indd 64 1/28/11 2:40:57 PM
DINAN & CHIGHINE
65
P.O. Box 266, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, TW9 3QR United Kingdom
London of ce: 011.44.208.948.1939London mobile: 011.44.783.133.9408US mobile: 646.546.2579
email: dinan.chighine@virgin.net
Chinese Export Painting:
Flowers in a Basket, ca. 1850.
Gouache on pith paper.
065_PB11.indd 65 1/28/11 2:41:11 PM
DOMONT JEWELRY
66
Iradj Moini
Faceted Citrines, Amethyst and Carnelian
8661 Sunset Boulevard, West Hollywood, CA 90069
tel: 310.289.9500
email: maria@domontjewelry.cominternet: www.domontjewelry.com
066_PB11.indd 66 1/28/11 2:42:17 PM
DRUCKER ANTIQUES
67
487 East Main Street, Suite 197, Mount Kisco, New York 10549
tel: 914.923.4560 / 212.794.8536
email: bill@druckerantiques.com / Jensenlady@aol.com
internet: www.druckerantiques.com
Centerpiece Bowl No. 252, designed by Johan Rohde in 1917 for Georg Jensen.
067_PB11.indd 67 1/28/11 2:42:33 PM
EOSTONE
2190 NW 87th Avenue, Doral, FL 33172
tel: 786.888.3333email: info@eostone.cominternet: www.eostone.com
68
Natural Stone Fossil Mural
Stone Layer: Fossil Lake Classic
This mural contains a 16" Helieobatis (Stingray), a 13½" Mioplosus,
a 9" Diplomystus dentatus, a 6" Priscacara liops and three Knightia eocaena.
Size: 36"H x 72"W x 3"D
Weight: 200 lbs.
068r1_PB11.indd 68 1/28/11 5:19:11 PM
ERIK THOMSEN ASIAN ART
23 East 67th Street, New York, NY 10065
tel: 212.288.2588
www.erikthomsen.com
69
Madake Bamboo by Bamboo Fence
Edo Period (1615 – 1868), 18th C, Japan
Detail from a six-panel folding screen
Ink, mineral colors, gofun and gold wash on paper with gold leaf
Size: H 70" × 144" (178 × 366 cm)
069_PB11.indd 69 1/28/11 2:43:03 PM
EVE STONE ANTIQUES, LTD.
70
by appointment
Post Of ce Box 3535, Woodbridge, CT 06525
tel: 203.466.6665 / 800.833.1665email: sstone@evestoneantiques.com
internet: www.evestoneantiques.com
070_PB11.indd 70 1/28/11 2:43:16 PM
FAERBER NEW YORK INC.
71
Provenance: HRH King Farouk 1st of Egypt
589 Fifth Avenue, Suite 803, New York, NY 10017
tel: 212.752.4200fax: 212.659.0099email: ny@faerber-collection.com
internet: www.faerber-collection.com
071_PB11.indd 71 1/28/11 2:44:36 PM
THE FINE ARTS CONSERVANCY
West Palm Beach, FLMiami, FL
tel: 561.684.6133/305.444.6282
email: lab@art-conservation.orginternet: www.art-conservation.org
72
Before restoration. After restoration.
Antonio Jacobsen (1850–1921) The Ship James Foster, oil on board, 1915. Delamination (flaking) of the paint layers.
072_PB11.indd 72 1/28/11 2:44:56 PM
FLOATING WORLD GALLERY
Chicago, IL
tel: 312.587.7800
email: artwork@floatingworld.com
internet: www.floatingworld.com
73
Katsushika Hokusai (1760–1849)
The Great Wave, ca. 1830
Woodblock print
10¼ x 15 inches
073_PB11.indd 73 1/28/11 2:45:12 PM
FLORENCE & JERRY BERMAN
74
18k yellow gold and enamel bracelet by the artist Jaclyn Davidson.
ANTIQUE & ESTATE JEWELRY
P.O. Box 813597, Hollywood, FL 33081-3597
tel: 954.962.4950fax: 964.963.5413mobile: 954.328.6985 email: jsbfb@comcast.net
074_PB11.indd 74 1/28/11 2:45:28 PM
FRAMONT
75
Jean Deyrolle (1911–1967)
Opus 535, 1957
Oil on canvas, 22 x 26 inches
Literature: ref. 58-02 in Catalogue Raisonné
P.O. Box 4051, Greenwich, CT 06831
tel: 917.562.6262fax: 203.661.9675
email: framont@optonline.netinternet: ww.artnet.com/framont.html
075_PB11.indd 75 1/28/11 2:45:44 PM
FRANKLIN RIEHLMAN FINE ART
24 East 73rd Street, #4F, New York, NY 10021
tel: 212.879.2545
email: mail@franklinriehlman.com
internet: www.nycpaintings.com
76
Alson Clark (1876–1949)
Day at the Beach
Oil on canvas, 21¼ x 28¾ inches
Signed at lower right: Alson Clark
076_PB11.indd 76 1/28/11 2:45:57 PM
FRED LEIGHTON
773 Madison Avenue, New York, NY 10065tel: 212.288.1872
The Bellagio, Las Vegas, NV 89109tel: 702.693.7050
email: info@fredleighton.cominternet: www.fredleighton.com
77
A magnificent French Art Deco diamond and platinum bracelet.
077_PB11.indd 77 1/28/11 2:46:13 PM
FREDERIC GOT GALLERY
78
Béatrice Bissara (French Artist)
Constellation
2009
Bronze (limited edition)
Paris – Barbizon – Saint Paul de Vence
tel: +33 143261033email: frederic.got@wanadoo.fr
internet: www.artchic.com
078_PB11.indd 78 1/28/11 2:46:31 PM
FRENCH COUNTRY
LIVING UK LTD
79
An Exceptional Swedish Eighteenth Century Carved Wooden Canape with Lion's
heads and the Original Painted Decoration attributed to Ephraim Stahl circa 1790
French Country UK Ltd 7c Penywern Road London SW5 9TT England
French cell 01133613237084UK cell 011447770520371
email: f.c.l.com@wanadoo.frwebsite: www.frenchcountrylivingantiques.com
079_PB11.indd 79 1/28/11 2:46:47 PM
FRIMAN AND STEIN INC.
80
Exquisite yellow and white diamond rose brooch by Van Cleef
and Arpels. Comprised of diamond set leaves and stem mounted
in gold and platinum. Signed Van Cleef and Arpels NY, 1975
589 Fifth Avenue, Suite 709, New York, NY 10017
by appointment
tel: 212.308.6200email: frimanandstein@aol.com
080_PB11.indd 80 1/28/11 2:47:07 PM
GALERIE PETER HARDT
81
Robert-Bosch-Strasse 12, 42477 Radevormwald, Germany
tel: +49 (0) 2195-8059mobile: +49 (0) 171 413-4413fax: +49 (0) 2195-40774
email: galerie@hardt.deinternet: www.hardt.de
Buddha
Bronze gilded
Thailand, 1850 century
H: 190 cm / W: 102 cm / D: 64 cm
Reg. No.: 114610
081_PB11.indd 81 1/28/11 2:48:36 PM
GALERIE VIVENDI
82
28 Place des Vosges 75003 Paris, France
tel: +33 (0) 142 76 9076
email: vivendi@vivendi-gallery.cominternet: www.vivendi-gallery.com
Fernando Porras
Water and Fire, 2010
Acrylic on canvas, 72 x 72 inches
082_PB11.indd 82 1/28/11 2:49:14 PM
GALLERY 47
83
1050 2nd Avenue, New York , NY 10022
tel: 212.888.0165 / 800.942.0550
email: ken@gallery47.cominternet: www.PerfumeBottlesAuction.com
HIGH QUALITY PERFUME BOTTLES AND FINE JEWELRY
UPPER LEFT: Fred-Paris bracelet, 18k gold.
UPPER RIGHT: Tifany pillbox, enameled 18k gold set with diamonds and sapphires.
LOWER LEFT: Kiju earrings, 14k gold set with peridots.
LOWER RIGHT: Tifany pair of bracelets, 18k gold set with rubies.
083_PB11.indd 83 1/28/11 2:50:23 PM
GALLERY AFRODIT
84
ORIENTAL CARPETS, KILIMS & CENTRAL ASIAN TEXTILE ART SPECIALIST
BAGCILAR MAH. 5. SK. NO: 23/1 GOP – Ankara 06700Turkey
tel: 90 (312) 436 21 29US CELL: 917 855 13 55fax: 90 (312) 447 59 48
email: info@galleryafrodit.cominternet: www.galleryafrodit.com
contact: Mustafa Bulguroglu
Antique Persian Serapi Rug, 9 feet, 5 inches x 10 feet, 5 inches. Perfect condition.
084_PB11.indd 84 1/28/11 2:51:48 PM
GAVIN SPANIERMAN, LTD.
85
1044 Madison Avenue, Suite 4F, New York NY 10075
tel: 212.249.0619email: gavin@gspanierman.com
internet: www.gspanierman.com
Thomas Wilmer Dewing (1851–1938)
Pastel #119, ca. 1922
Pastel on paper, 14¼ x 11 inches
Signed lower right: TW Dewing
Numbered by artist lower right and circled in chalk: 119
085_PB11.indd 85 1/28/11 2:52:06 PM
GEROLD WUNDERLICH & CO.
8 North Water Street, Ossining, NY 10562
tel: 914.923.1184mobile: 914.954.1905fax: 914.923.1390
email: info@wunderlichandco.com, wundergal@earthlink.net
internet: www.wunderlichandco.com
86
Edward H. Potthast (1857–1927)
The Swimming Lesson, ca. 1915
Oil on panel, 12 x 16 inches
Signed lower right: E. Potthast
AMERICAN ART OF THE NINETEENTH AND TWENTIETH CENTURIES,
WITH AN EMPHASIS ON TWENTIETH CENTURY REALISM
086_PB11.indd 86 1/28/11 2:52:22 PM
GLADWELL & COMPANY
68 Queen Victoria Street, London, UK EC4N 4SJ
tel: +44 207.248.3824US cell: 215.200.7022fax: +44 207.248.6899
email: gladwells@btconnect.cominternet: www.gladwells.com; www.whpatterson.com
87
Paul S. Brown, American (contemporary), Crystal, oil on canvas, 50cm x 100cm
Paul S. Brown, American (contemporary), Silver, oil on canvas, 50cm x 100cm
087_PB11.indd 87 1/28/11 2:52:37 PM
GODEL & CO. FINE ART, INC.
88
39A East 72nd Street, New York, NY 10021
tel: 212.288.7272fax: 212.772.0304
email: info@godelfineart.cominternet: www.godelfineart.com
member: FADA, AADLA
Charles Caryl Coleman (1840–1928)
Capri, 1897
Oil on canvas, 21½ x 33½ inches
Signed and dated lower left with monogrammed initials: CCC Capri / 1897
SPECIALIZING IN 19TH AND EARLY 20TH CENTURY AMERICAN PAINTINGS
088_PB11.indd 88 1/28/11 2:52:52 PM
GUARISCO GALLERY
89
Frederick Morgan (British, 1847–1927)
A Tug-of-War
Oil on canvas, 37¼ x 49½ Inches
Signed lower left
1120 22nd Street, N.W. (at the Ritz-Carlton), Washington, DC 20037
tel: 202.333.8533800.426.3747fax: 202.625.0834
email: guariscogallery@mindspring.cominternet: www.guariscogallery.com
089_PB11.indd 89 1/28/11 2:53:06 PM
HABATAT GALLERIES
539 Clematis Street, West Palm Beach, FL 33401
tel: 561.832.8787email: info@habatatgalleries.com
8020 Towers Crescent Drive, Tysons Corner, VA 22182
tel: 703.989.7110email: infova@habatatgalleries.com
internet: www.habatatgalleries.com
90
Jon Kuhn
Moonlight Reverie, 2010
H. 17½" x W. 21" x D. 12½"
CONTEMPORARY ART AND GLASS SCULPTURE
090_PB11.indd 90 1/28/11 2:53:21 PM
HANCOCKS
91
OUTSTANDING RARE JEWELS
52 & 53 Burlington Arcade, London W1J 0HH, England
tel: 011.44.207.493.8904fax: 011.44.207.493.8905
email: info@hancocks-london.cominternet: www.hancocks-london.com
Magnificent Art Deco bracelet comprised of two straps each set
with buf-top sapphires and diamonds with a central diamond
set buckle motif and clasp. By Mauboussin, Paris, circa 1935.
091_PB11.indd 91 1/28/11 2:57:27 PM
HAYNES FINE ART
OF BROADWAY
92
John Atkinson Grimshaw (British, 1836–1893)
Late Autumn
Oil on canvas, 30¼ x 24½ inches
Provenance: Richard Green Galleries, London
Private Collection
Picton House Galleries
42 High Street, Broadway, Worcestershire WR12 7DTUK
tel: 011.44.138.685.2649fax: 011.44.138.685.8187
email: email@haynesfineart.cominternet: www.haynesfineart.com
092_PB11.indd 92 1/28/11 2:57:43 PM
HOLLIS REH & SHARIFF
2 Jobs Lane, Southampton, NY 11968
tel: 631.283.6653fax: 631.283.3189
email: hollisrehshariff@aol.cominternet: www.hollisrehandshariff.com
93
Mauboussin, Paris rock crystal and diamond brooch
093_PB11.indd 93 1/28/11 2:57:59 PM
HUMPHREY BUTLER LTD.
40/41 Pall Mall, London, SW1Y 5JG United Kingdom
tel: +44 (0) 207.839.3193
email: humphrey@humphreybutler.com / lily@humphreybutler.com
internet: www.humphreybutler.com
94
CLOCKWISE FROM UPPER LEFT:
Art Deco diamond cocktail ring of hammerhead design, stamped by Wolfers and mounted in platinum
Pair of emerald and diamond scroll earclips mounted by Cartier
Fancy Intense yellow navette-cut diamond and emerald crossover ring, the diamond weighing 1.36ct
Pair of diamond three-leaf clover earclips by Oscar Heyman, mounted in platinum
094_PB11.indd 94 1/28/11 2:58:15 PM
HYLAND GRANBY ANTIQUES
95
P.O. Box 457, Hyannis Port, MA 02647
tel: 508.771.3070fax: 508.778.4842
email: alan@hylandgranby.cominternet: www.hylandgranby.com
Carved and gold finished eagle, signed on the reverse of the body with deep etched
lettering “W Seward”, and dated behind the olive branch with crisp incise numerals by Seward “1895”.
Dimensions: Length 71⅜ inches; Height 29¾ inches; Depth 5 inches
Exotic wood baleen and ivory
prisoner-of-war model with
retracting cannons, English/
French, circa 1810. This medium
size model is of the highest
quality and is made of a
wonderful blend of materials.
Dimensions of model:
Length 19½ inches;
Width 7¾ inches;
Height 17 inches
Exceptionally rare and important
scrimshaw whale tooth,
attributed to “William A. Gilpin”,
who shrimshawed on board
the American whaleship,
Ceres, Wilmington,
Delaware, circa 1835.
Dimensions: Height 7 inches;
Width 3 inches
095_PB11.indd 95 1/28/11 2:58:39 PM
J. CHRISTOPHER MITCHELL
ANTIQUES
96
The finest Civil War Confederate officer’s sword extant. It was made
in Mobile, Alabama, and presented in Pensacola, Florida, in 1861.
P.O. Box 1186, Point Clear, AL 36564
tel: 770.329.4984email: chris@jcamericana.com
internet: www.jcamericana.com
096_PB11.indd 96 1/28/11 2:58:59 PM
J. S. FEARNLEY
97
FINE & ESTATE JEWELERY SINCE 1986
“Pavot” flower pin set with “mystery set” ruby petals, round diamond pistil center, three
pavé set leaves and stem with round and baguette diamonds, mounted in platinum and
18k gold, signed Van Cleef & Arpels and numbered with French assay marks, circa 1960s.
87 West Paces Ferry Road, Suite 2, Atlanta, GA 30305
tel: 404.812.6464fax: 404.812.6463 internet: www.jsfearnley.com
097_PB11.indd 97 1/28/11 2:59:14 PM
98
ESTABLISHED IN 1984, WE SPECIALIZE IN BETTER QUALITY ESTATE JEWELRY,
ART DECO, EDWARDIAN, RETRO, VICTORIAN, SIGNED PIECES & VINTAGE ENGAGEMENT RINGS
A late Victorian enamel, moonstone and diamond ring.
Mounted in 14 karat gold.
JACOB’S DIAMOND
& ESTATE JEWELRY
607 S. Hill Street, #304, Los Angeles, CA 90014
email: jacobsjewelry@sbcglobal.net
internet: www.jacobsestatejewelry.com / www.facebook.com/JacobsDEJ
098_PB11.indd 98 1/28/11 2:59:34 PM
JAY CHATELLIER FINE ART
99
59 Whitenack Road , Basking Ridge, NJ 07920
tel: 908.420.5668fax: 866.847.7959email: info@jaychatellierfineart.com
internet: www.jaychatellierfineart.com
AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PAINTINGS, WORKS ON PAPER AND
SCULPTURE FROM THE 19TH, 20TH AND 21ST CENTURIES
Alfred De Breanski, Jr. (British, 1877-1957)
Evening, Fishing Boats of San Giorgio, Venice
Oil on canvas, 18 x 26 inches
Signed lower right
099_PB11.indd 99 1/28/11 2:59:49 PM
JEFF R. BRIDGMAN
AMERICAN ANTIQUES, LLC.
100
EARLY AMERICAN FLAGS • PAINTED AMERICAN FURNITURE • FOLK ART
York County, Pennsylvaniatel: 717.676.0545/717.502.1281
email: info@jefbridgman.cominternet: www.jefbridgman.com
member: Antiques Council, ADA, Antiques & Arts Dealers' League, CINOA
The personal headquarters flag of Philip Henry Sheridan, one of the most extraordinary Civil War generals.
Made of merino wool and entirely hand-sewn, this was Sheridan's colors from the 1863-64 period, when he led
the 2nd Michigan Cavalry with great effect and rose from captain to Major General in just six months. Although
Sheridan began his service with no previous cavalry experience, his rapid success with the mounted regiment
caused Ulysses S. Grant to transfer his leadership to the entire cavalry of the Army of the Potomac. Among
his many accomplishments, Sheridan went on to crush Confederate forces in the Shenandoah Valley and was
instrumental in forcing General Lee's surrender at Appomattox Courthouse.
The flag is accompanied by a textile analysis from leading expert Fonda Thomsen and measures
approximately 35" x 44". It was conserved by our staff and placed in the best, mid-19th century, water-gilded,
ripple-profile frame (47" x 58") that I have ever encountered.
100_PB11.indd 100 1/28/11 3:00:03 PM
JEFF SHORE/ANCIENT OBJECTS
Narragansett, Rhode Island
tel: 401.789.5214mobile: 401.952.6045
email: shore2@cox.netinternet: www.ancientobjects.net
101
Master of the Fiesole Epiphany (Florence, active 1475–1496)
Mary Magdalen and Saint Margaret
A pair, both oil on panel
Each: 16 x 5½ inches (41 x 14 cm)
Provenance: With Thos. Agnew & Sons, Ltd., London, ca. 1956
CLASSICAL AND MEDIEVAL ANTIQUITIES, HINDU AND BUDDHIST WORKS OF ART
101_PB11.indd 101 1/28/11 3:00:17 PM
JERALD MELBERG GALLERY
625 South Sharon Amity Road, Charlotte, NC 28211
tel: 704.365.3000fax: 704.365.3016
email: gallery@jeraldmelberg.cominternet: www.jeraldmelberg.com
102
Wolf Kahn
Upper Potomac III, 2010
Oil on Canvas, 52 x 60 inches
102_PB11.indd 102 1/28/11 3:00:30 PM
JEWELS IN TIME
103
4400 N. Federal Highway, Boca Raton, FL 33431
tel: 1.888.755.TIME, 561.368.1454fax: 561.368.1727
email: jewelsintime@aol.cominternet: www.jewelsintime.com
103_PB11.indd 103 1/28/11 3:01:15 PM
JOHANNA ANTIQUES
104
ANTIQUE AND ESTATE JEWELRY
A diamond bee brooch.
P.O. Box 418, Kingsville, MD 21087
tel: 410.937.3444
104_PB11.indd 104 1/28/11 3:01:30 PM
JOHN ATZBACH ANTIQUES
105
A large and impressive Faberge silver, parcel gilt and enamel tea caddy,
Moscow, 1908–1917. Height 7⅞".
15127 NE 24th Street, Suite 118, Redmond, WA 98052
tel: 425.271.8950mobile: 206.618.2684fax: 425.271.8940
email: john@atzbach.cominternet: www.atzbach.com
105_PB11.indd 105 1/28/11 3:01:45 PM
JOYCE GROUSSMAN
7201 East Camelback Road, Suite #285, Scottsdale, AZ 85251
tel: 610.331.3279
email: joycegroussman@gmail.cominternet: www.jgroussmanjewelry.com
106
A beautifully crafted and truly unique brooch depicting an octopus made of 18K gold encrusted
with yellow and white diamonds, rubies, all colors of sapphires, South Sea and Tahitian pearls.
This piece is fabulous; it was sculpted and textured with amazing attention to detail.
ESTATE AND FINE JEWELRY
106_PB11.indd 106 1/28/11 3:01:59 PM
THE KENDALL COLLECTION
107
SPECIALIZING IN IMPORTANT EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN PAINTINGS, DRAWINGS AND WATERCOLORS
Edward Potthast (1857–1927)
At the Beach
Oil on panel, 9 x 12 inches
4460 Garmon Road, Atlanta, GA 30327
tel: 404.538.9035email: info@kendallcollection.cominternet: www.kendallcollection.com
107_PB11.indd 107 1/28/11 3:02:13 PM
KOMAN FINE ART
3225 Cardinal Drive, Vero Beach, FL 32963
tel: 772.231.4500mobile: 772.473.1646
email: skoman@komanfineart.cominternet: www.komanfineart.com
108
Jay Hall Connaway, N.A. (1893–1970)
Will of the Wind, 1946
Oil on canvas, 24 x 36 inches
Signed at lower right
Koman Fine Art has the largest selection of work by Jay Hall Connaway. We have excellent examples
of his paintings from Monhegan Island and from the Dorset, Vermont area — a variety of sizes and prices.
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L’ETOILE ROYALE
109
Exclusive Art Deco CARTIER Necklace Totaling 90cts. of Diamonds.
329 Worth Avenue, Palm Beach, FL 33480tel: 561.655.3025fax: 561.655.6242
784 Madison Avenue, New York, NY 10065tel: 212.752.1706fax: 212.752.1758
Grand Bazaar, 38 Sandalbedesteni Street, Istanbul, Turkeytel: 011.90.212.527.7865fax: 011.90.212.512.7423
email: letoileroyale@aol.cominternet: www.letoileroyale.com
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LARRY DALTON
110
ANTIQUE TIMEPIECES
A Rare French Gilt-Bronze Father Time Clock with Revolving Dials
“Cupid foils Father Time by taking away his hour glass.” This magnificent clock has a blue enamel globe. Within the globe
are two dials, one has minutes, the other has hours. The dials rotate and the cherub points to the time with his arrow.
Father Time has a dark bronze patina and the rest of the clock is gold. The base is made of porphyry which came from
a quarry in Egypt. The bronze is signed by Millet, a famous French sculptor in Paris. This clock is 27" tall. Circa 1860.
14 Bretton Road, Scarsdale, NY 10583
tel: 914.472.0945fax: 914.722.0830email: ldclocks@optonline.net
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LAWRENCE FINE ART
Lawrence, New York
tel: 516.547.8965
email: lawrencefinearts@aol.com
internet: www.lawrence-fine-arts.com
111
Sameul Halpert (American, 1884–1930)
The Juggler, ca. 1924
Oil on canvas, 59 x 39 inches
Signed lower right and dated 24.
Halpert was an American Modernist pioneer and was affiliated with
Alfred Stieglitz’s historic gallery. This painting has excellent provenance
and exhibition history. Both available upon request.
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LILLIAN NASSAU LLC
112
Tifany Studios Lamps, circa 1900–1915.
220 East 57th Street, New York, NY 10022
tel: 212.759.6062fax: 212.832.9493
email: lilnassau@aol.cominternet: www.lilliannassau.com
112r1_PB11.indd 112 1/28/11 5:21:22 PM
LINEN MERCHANT
113
Russian Bobbin Lace and Panné Velvet Table Cover
Monogram of Nicholas II Alexandrovich and Alexandria, ca. 1890
Tsarskoe Selo, near St. Petersburg, 101 x 82 inches
Walnut Creek, California
tel: 925.352.3863 / 925.937.5833
email: linenmerchantusa@yahoo.com
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LION HEART AUTOGRAPHS
114
470 Park Avenue South, Penthouse, New York, NY 10016
tel: 212.779.7050fax: 212.779.7066
email: lionheart@lionheartinc.cominternet: www.lionheartautographs.com
Stunning inscribed photograph of Eleanor Roosevelt wearing an elegant formal gown,
and quoting a speech she gave June 1, 1933, upon receiving an honorary degree from the
Washington College of Law: “You will never get the greatest joy out of living until you
feel you are with a great many people — a whole country perhaps. Eleanor Roosevelt.”
114_PB11.indd 114 1/28/11 3:03:51 PM
LR ANTIQUES
2230 Bissonnet, Houston, TX 77005
tel: 713.524.3272fax: 713.935.0117
email: lrantiques@lrantiques.cominternet: www.lrantiques.com
115
A Tiffany Favrile Floriform Lamp With Pulled Feather Design Favrile Glass
Tiffany patented Favrile glass in 1880. The trade name Favrile was derived from the French word, fabrile, meaning handcrafted. Favrile glass often has a
distinctive characteristic that is common in some glass from Classical antiquity: it possesses a superficial iridescence. This iridescence causes the surface
to shimmer, but also causes a degree of opacity. This iridescent effect of the glass was obtained by mixing different colors of glass together while hot.
According to Tiffany: “Favrile glass is distinguished by brilliant or deeply toned colors, usually iridescent like the wings of certain American butterflies,
the necks of pigeons and peacocks, the wing covers of various beetles.” The lamp is designed by J.A. Steward, ca. 1926, de verre Favrile.
Illustrated: Louis C. Tiffany's Glass by Robert Koch (p. 82, pl. 96). Excellent condition with original cord. 17" tall; 10" shade diam.
FINE PORCELAIN, ART GLASS, PERIOD FURNITURE AND WORKS OF ART
115_PB11.indd 115 1/28/11 3:04:09 PM
LYNDA WILLAUER ANTIQUES
116
A collection of Chinese Export Porcelain, including Famille Rose and Underglaze
Blue, below a Swedish oil on canvas by Carl Mikael Gunne (1893–1979)
Mid April to Mid December
2 India Street, Nantucket MA 02554
tel: 508.228.3631Connecticut Winter of ce: 203.661.8022
email: info@LyndaWillauerAntiques.cominternet: www.LyndaWillauerAntiques.com
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M. BYWORTH
117
Gold jewellery and so much more for your jewellery wish list.
Suites 46 47, 88-90 Hatton Garden, London EC1N 8PN United Kingdom
tel: +44 (0) 207 242 0918
email: byworthjewels@hotmail.cominternet: www.byworth.com
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M.S. RAU ANTIQUES
118
Paysage vers Cagnes-sur-Mer, circa 1899
Oil on canvas
Canvas: 8 x 12½ inches
Frame: 16½ x 21 inches
Signed lower right: Renoir
Legendary French Impressionist master Pierre-Auguste Renoir captures the beauty of natural
light in this uplifting landscape. Entitled Paysage vers Cagnes-sur-Mer, this oil depicts the village
where Renoir spent the last years of his life with vibrancy and sensuality. M.S. Rau Antiques is
pleased to offer this magnificent work, which is such a testament to Renoir’s unmatched genius.
630 Royal Street, New Orleans, LA 70130
toll free: 800.544.9440tel: 504.523.5660fax: 504.566.0057
email: info@rauantiques.cominternet: www.rauantiques.com
Pierre-Auguste Renoir
(French, 1841–1919)
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MACKLOWE GALLERY LTD
119
667 Madison Avenue, New York, NY  10065
tel: 212.644.6400fax: 212.755.6143
email: email@macklowegallery.cominternet: www.macklowegallery.com
Tifany Studios New York "Wisteria" table lamp. A fine and rare example
composed of vibrant glass in shades of blue, purple, green, pink and white.
The lattice work shade portrays the branches and vines of a wisteria tree.
The multicolored glass forms a floral pattern, ending in an irregular border.
119_PB11.indd 119 1/28/11 3:05:14 PM
MADE IN RUSSIA
120
Russian Icon of Christ Pantacator. The piece is late 19th century
painted on wood with tempera over gesso. The Icon is covered
with a silver and enamel oklad. The icon measures 12 x 10 inches.
PO Box 3075, Palm Beach FL 33480
Dennis Easter
tel: 561.723.3131email: djeaster@bellsouth.net
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MALCOLM MAGRUDER
P.O. Box 124, Millwood, VA 22646
tel: 540.837.2438email: malcolm8@verizon.net
121
AMERICAN FURNITURE; EARLY ENGLISH POTTERY; 18TH AND EARLY 19TH CENTURY
DECORATIVE OBJECTS AND PAINTINGS; 18TH CENTURY AND GEORGIAN JEWELRY
Carved wooden pilothouse eagle, New England, Circa 1880,
retaining original painted finish throughout.
121_PB11.indd 121 1/28/11 3:05:49 PM
THE MANHATTAN
RARE BOOK COMPANY
122
1050 Second Avenue, Gallery 50E, New York, NY 10022
tel: 212.326.8907email: info@manhattanrarebooks.cominternet: www.manhattanrarebooks.com
Charles Darwin, ON THE ORIGIN OF SPECIES
First edition, in original condition without restoration
122_PB11.indd 122 1/28/11 3:06:12 PM
MARK J. WEST
123
18TH, 19TH AND EARLY 20TH. CENTURY ENGLISH AND CONTINENTAL TABLE GLASS
P.O. Box 595, Redhill, Surrey RH1 3XBUnited Kingdom
tel/fax: 011.44.173.764.3646email: westglass@aol.cominternet: www.markwest-glass.com
A wonderful three layer glass bowl with ornately cut rim
designed by Leon Ledru for Val St. Lambert, Belgium, circa 1900.
123_PB11.indd 123 1/28/11 3:06:26 PM
MCCARTY GALLERY
7733 Winston Road, Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia, PA 19118
tel: 215.247.5220fax: 215.247.4114
email: mamgallery@yahoo.cominternet: www.mccartygallery.com
124
Paolo Sala (Italian, 1859–1924)
First Dance of Spring
Watercolor, 39 x 27 inches
124_PB11.indd 124 1/28/11 3:06:44 PM
MCCOLL FINE ART
125
Jean-Baptiste Armand Guillaumin (1814–1927) Les Rochers Embrasés.
Oil on canvas, 30 x 25 inches. Signed lower right: Guillaumin.
Jean-Baptiste Armand Guillaumin, one of the founding members of the Impressionists, is highly regarded for his brightly colored views
of Paris, the countryside of central France and the French coastline. Together with close friends Paul Cezanne and Camille Pissarro,
Guillaumin exhibited at the infamous Salon des Refuses in 1863, as well as the first Impressionist group show in 1874 and
at five more of the eight shows. The oldest surviving Impressionist, Armand Guillaumin died in 1927, a few months after Claude Monet.
208 East Boulevard, Charlotte, NC 28203
tel: 704.333.5983email: info@mccollfineart.cominternet: www.mccollfineart.com
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MICHAEL A. LATRAGNA
FINE ART
126
Louis Aston Knight ( American, 1873–1948)
Diane’s Cottage
Oil on canvas, 26 x 32 inches
8229 Southwind Bay Circle, Fort Myers, FL 33908
tel: 239.590.0210 / 585.230.4522fax: 239.590.0210
email: artman@netacc.net / malatragna@aol.com
internet: www.michaellatragnafineart.com / www.artnet.com
SPECIALIZING IN 19TH & EARLY 20TH CENTURY AMERICAN ART
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MICHAEL BORGHI FINE ART
127
Tenafly, NJ and 2 East Palisade Avenue, Englewood, NJ 07631
tel: 201.248.4732fax: 201.569.0928
email: borghi@optonline.net internet: www.borghifineart.com
Hans Hofmann (1880–1966)
Blue Symphony, 1945
Mixed media on paper, 29 x 32 inches
Signed and dated lower right: hans hofmann VII.6.45
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MICHAEL PASHBY ANTIQUES
128
180 Duane Street, New York, NY 10013 and by appointment
tel: 917.414.1827  fax: 212.410.4777
email: mpashby@michaelpashbyantiques.cominternet: www.michaelpashbyantiques.com
important Charles II Lacewood Oyster, Fruitwood Inlaid and Walnut Cabinet on Stand with Silvered Feet, circa 1680.
Probably from the same workshop as the ‘Princes Wood Scriptor’ at Ham House.
FINE ENGLISH FURNITURE
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MICHAEL S. HABER LIMITED
129
23 E. Wynnewood Road, Wynnewood, PA 19096
tel: 610.896.4800
Barry Kieselstein-Cord 18 Ct. Gold Necklace c. 1980
DISTINCTIVE ANTIQUE & ESTATE JEWELRY
129_PB11.indd 129 1/28/11 2:10:47 PM
MIDORI GALLERY
3168 Commodore Plaza, Miami, FL 33133
tel: 305.443.3399
email: midorigallery@earthlink.netinternet: www.midorigallery.com
130
Takenouchi No Sukuné
This great samurai, to whom legend ascribes an amazing life span of over 160 years, was a statesman and minister.
He accompanied the expectant Empress Jingo Kogo on her conquest of Korea and was guardian of her newborn
son. This rare satsuma masterfully captures his wise and kindly persona. Circa 1880, 12" high.
130_PB11.indd 130 1/28/11 2:10:59 PM
MONTANA JEWELRY
131
Diamond earrings, platinum, circa 1950s,
by Van Cleff and Arpels.
76 West 47th Street, Suite 600, New York, NY 10036
tel: 212.719.5009fax: 212.719.1424email: mg2404@gmail.com
Exceptionally rare, antique, salt water
natural pearls multi-strand necklace, with
rose cut and old cut diamonds, star ruby.
Burmese origin, no indication of heating
with GIA certificate for pearls and rubies.
131_PB11.indd 131 1/28/11 2:11:11 PM
MOYLAN-SMELKINSON/
THE SPARE ROOM
132
Worcester Barr Period soft paste porcelain oval dessert dish, "Pavilion" pattern, circa 1805.
P.O. Box 4684, Baltimore, MD 21212
tel: 410.435.3738, 410.243.7688 mobile: 410.963.3195fax: 410.435.3744
email: spareroomantiques@att.netinternet: www.spareroomantiques.com
GEORGIAN & VICTORIAN JEWELRY, 18TH & 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH CERAMICS IN
JAPAN PATTERNS, WHIMSICAL FIGURAL COLLECTIBLES AND DECORATIVE OBJECTS
132_PB11.indd 132 1/28/11 2:11:24 PM
NEIL MARRS
133
Verdura 18kt gold and multi-colored zircon “maple leaf” brooch
New York City
By Appointment Only
tel: 917.603.7402email: neilmarrs@yahoo.cominternet: www.neilmarrs.com
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NELSON RARITIES, INC.
134
2 Monument Square, Portland, ME 04101
tel: 207.775.3150fax: 207.775.4345
email: rarities@nelsonrarities.cominternet: www.nelsonrarities.com
Art Deco diamond, ruby, emerald, onyx, enamel, and platinum plant pot brooch. Kohn
Art Deco sapphire, ruby, diamond, gold and platinum earrings. Raymond Yard.
Pearl, carved chalcedony, diamond and platinum ring. Madame Belperon.
Art Deco turquoise, coral, lapis lazuli, diamond and platinum brooch. Mauboussin, France.
Aquamarine, pavé diamond, baguette diamond and platinum earrings. Cartier.
Calibré sapphire, diamond and platinum earrings. Van Cleef & Arpels.
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NULA THANHAUSER
135
ANTIQUE AND SIGNATURE PURSES
Embroidered Indian purse depicting Shiva, an auspicious
Hindu deity, encased in a jade surround, ca. 1900.
P.O. Box 5106, East Hampton, NY 11937
tel: 631.329.1953cell: 215.266.2888
email: rthanhauser@aol.cominternet: www.nulathanhauser.com
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ONESSIMO FINE ART
136
Alan Wolton (South Africa, b. 1934)
Lily Fire, 2010
Oil on canvas linen, 60 x 50 inches
4530 PGA Boulevard, Suite 101, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418
tel: 561.355.8061 / 866.810.2787
email: contact@onessimofineart.cominternet: www.onessimofineart.com
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137
Hermes Birkin 35cm
ONLY AUTHENTICS
New York, NY
tel: 917.685.6115
email: charlesvirgil@gmail.com
FINE LUXURY ACCESSORIES, SPECIALIZING IN VINTAGE, RUNWAY,
LIMITED EDITION, HERMÉS, CHANEL, AND LOUIS VUITTON
137_PB11.indd 137 1/28/11 2:23:29 PM
OWL’S ROOST ANTIQUES
138
FINE ANTIQUE & ESTATE JEWELRY — OBJECTS D' ART
Collection of Mid-Century Modern Jewelry
Featuring an interwoven 18k gold evening bag, a floral inspired diamond double clip
brooch, a pair of pave set diamond asymmetrical hoop earrings, a ladies Hamilton platinum
and diamond covered watch, as well as a green tourmaline and diamond cocktail ring.
767 41st Street, Miami Beach, FL 33140By Appointment Only
tel: 305.864.5905fax: 305.868.4604internet: www.owlsroost.com
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PAPILLON GALLERY
139
Gerda Wegener
Primavera
Oil on canvas, 47¼ x 31½ inches
Danish, signed and dated 1938
8272 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90046
tel: 323.655.2205mobile: 323.365.1577
email: papillong@gmail.cominternet: www.papillongallery.com
139_PB11.indd 139 1/28/11 3:20:22 PM
PAT SALING
140
SPECIALIZING IN ANTIQUE, ESTATE AND PRECIOUS JEWELRY
By appointment only
608 Fifth Avenue, Suite 801, New York, NY 10020
tel: 212.582.3355fax: 212.582.6684email: info@PatSaling.com
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PATTI ESBIA ANTIQUE
& ESTATE JEWELRY
141
326 Peruvian Avenue, Palm Beach, FL 33480
tel: 561.833.9448email: esbia@aol.cominternet: www.esbiajewelry.com
18k Gucci figural necklace with matching earrings.
This set features Diamond skulls with ruby eyes.
141_PB11.indd 141 1/28/11 3:20:57 PM
PEARL MASTERS (USA) INC.
142
Two strands of South Sea Baroque Pearls measuring
from 16–18.1 millimeters. They are their natural color.
576 Fifth Avenue, Suite 701, New York, NY 10036
tel: 212.869.8433fax: 212.869.8434email: pearlmastersinc@hotmail.com
142_PB11.indd 142 1/28/11 3:21:14 PM
PERCY’S SILVER
143
A fine and rare Shibayama Jug
London 1887
The London Silver Vaults, Chancery Lane, London, WC2 A1QS England
Contact: David & Paul Simons
tel: 011.44.7887.716797us cell: 312.841.2424
email: sales@percys-silver.cominternet: www.percys-silver.com
143_PB11.indd 143 1/28/11 3:21:34 PM
PERRISUE SILVER
& JEWELRY
144
1940s 14k yellow gold and ruby brooch and earrings.
P.O. Box 2353, Princeton, NJ 08540
tel: 609.924.2141/908.415.0415email: vicsil@aol.com
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PHILIP CHASEN ANTIQUES
East Norwich, NY 11732
tel: 516.922.2090fax: 516.922.2029
email: philchasen@aol.cominternet: chasenantiques.com
145
A selection of Tifany Studios lamps and glass and French Cameo Glass by Gallé and Daum Nancy.
145_PB11.indd 145 1/28/11 3:23:01 PM
PIERRE FAMILLE
146
Invisibly set diamond and platinum bracelet. Oscar Heyman & Bros., 92 cts. In
the twentieth century, one of the most significant developments was “invisible
setting” in which the stones were held by notches on their underside. Invented by
Cartier in 1930, nd oddly made popular by Van Cleef & Arpels shortly thereafter,
nearly all of this work was actually produced by Oscar Heyman & Bros.
600 East Cooper, Aspen, CO 81611
tel: 888.925.9161internet: www.pierrefamille.com
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PRIMAVERA GALLERY
210 11th Avenue at 25th Street, Suite 800, New York, NY 10001
tel: 212.924.6600fax: 212.924.6602
email: contact@primaveragallery.cominternet: www.primaveragallery.com
147
Spectacular and glorious, a great and impressive ring by Cartier Paris from
the 1960s, with 8 carats of brilliant diamonds set in platinum that go all
around the shank, and 6 carats of luscious Burma rubies set in 18k gold.
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PROVIDENT JEWELRY
148
Provident West Palm Beachtel: 561.833.7755
Provident Jupitertel: 561.747.4449
Provident Boca Ratontel: 561.488.7737
Provident Naplestel: 239.649.7737
Provident Naplestel: 239.649.7200
Provident Ft. Myerstel: 239.274.7777
www.providentjewelry.com
Antique & Estate Jewelry and Watches
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JEFFREY F. PURTELL
149
SPECIALIZING IN THE PURCHASE AND SALE OF STEUBEN GLASS
#0032 The Crown of Oberon — Limited to a Single Example.
Elaborate copper wheel engraving with themes of enchantment from
Shakespeare’s Midsummer Night’s Dream. This crystal dreamworld is
adorned with elves and sprites, animals and insects, hearts and flowers
and is jeweled with diamonds, emeralds, pearls and tourmaline.
31 Pleasant Point Drive, Portsmouth, NH 03801
tel: 800.973.4331email: jfpurtell@steubenpurtell.com
internet: www.steubenpurtell.com
149_PB11.indd 149 1/28/11 3:24:08 PM
RAYMOND LEE JEWELERS
150
A beautiful platinum and diamond bracelet in the art deco style consisting of a
mix of beautifully cut stones in various shapes. Round Brilliant, Marquise, and
Baguette cut stones come together to make this beautiful bracelet. There are
approximately 23.85ctw. The diamonds are VS in clarity and G/H in color. The
weight of the bracelet is 44dwt. of platinum.
BOCA RATON–PALM BEACH GARDENS
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RED FOX FINE ART
151
Henry Weekes, Jr. (British, fl. 1849–1888, died ca. 1910)
Feeding Time, 1853
Oil on canvas, 28¼ x 36 inches
Signed and dated HWeekes 1853
FINE 19TH & 20TH CENTURY PAINTINGS AND SCULPTURE, EST. 1970
2 East Washington Street, P.O. Box 385, at the Red Fox Inn, Middleburg, VA 20118
tel: 540.687.5780mobile: 703.851.5160
email: info@redfoxfineart.cominternet: www.redfoxfineart.com
member: FADA
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REHS CO., INC. — DIAMONDS
152
579 Fifth Avenue, Suite 1160, New York, New York 10017
tel: 212.750.6163fax: 212.688.5883email: alan@rehsdiamonds.com
internet: www.rehsdiamonds.com
Shape: Round Brilliant
Weight: 702 d
Color: G
Clarity: Internally flawless
Cut Grade: Excellent
Certificate: GIA
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REHS GALLERIES, INC.
153
5 East 57th Street, 8th Floor, New York, NY 10022
tel: 212.355.5710fax: 212.355.5742
email: rehsgal@aol.cominternet: www.rehs.com
Emile Munier (1840–1895)
Feeding the Rabbits
Oil on canvas, 30⅛ x 16¾ inches
Signed and dated 1888
PROVENANCE:
Lutheran Seminary, St. Paul
Private collector, Minneapolis, ca. 1940
By descent, ca. 1959
LITERATURE:
Included in Emile Munier: The Virtual Checklist, www.emilemunier.org, catalogue #1888.05
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RICHTERS
154
224 Worth Avenue, Palm Beach, FL 33480
tel: 561.655.0774fax: 561.655.1334email: rpbjewels@aol.com
From our vintage collection of David Webb
enamel, gold, platinum, and diamond bracelets.
154_PB11.indd 154 1/28/11 3:25:28 PM
ROBERT LLOYD
155
THE ROCHESTER CUP
A Highly Important Queen Anne Period Silver Gilt Cup and Cover
by William Gamble London 1707
Presented by The City of Rochester, Kent
Engraved with The Rochester City Coat of Arms as well as a second Coat of Arms on the opposite side
AMERICAN SILVER OF THE 18TH & EARLY 19TH CENTURIES
ENGLISH, IRISH, & SCOTTISH SILVER OF THE 16TH–19TH CENTURIES
Gallery 63, 1050 Second Avenue, New York, NY 10022
tel: 212.750.8752
email: rlloydinc@aol.cominternet: www.robertlloydinc.com
155_PB11.indd 155 1/28/11 3:25:43 PM
ROSENBERG DIAMONDS & CO.
156
SPECIALIZING IN IMPORTANT WHITE AND NATURAL FANCY COLOR DIAMONDS
233 South Federal Highway, Boca Raton, FL 33432
tel: 561.477.5444fax: 561.477.5222email: info@RosenbergDiamonds.com
internet: www.RosenbergDiamonds.com
Shown is a selection of GIA certified diamond rings ranging in size from 14ct to 45ct,
color from D to H and clarity from Flawless to VS2. Matching Necklace and earrings have
a combined total weight of approximately 127ct and are of collection quality.
156_PB11.indd 156 1/28/11 3:25:59 PM
S & J STODEL
157
Vault 24, The Silver Vaults, Chancery Lane, London WC2A 1ES
Tel: 011.44.207.405.7009email: stodel@msn.com
internet: www.chinesesilver.com
An English Sterling Silver Jardiniere decorated each side with
images of various aquatic scenes and supported by sea-horses.
157_PB11.indd 157 1/28/11 3:26:12 PM
SALLEA ANTIQUES
158
Boxes Are Our Business…All Sizes, Shapes and Styles
66 Elm Street, New Canaan, CT 06840
tel: 203.972.1050fax: 203.972.1567
email: info@salleaantiques.cominternet: www.salleaantiques.com
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SANDRA CRONAN LTD
159
Cartier. Cabochon Turquoise and Pavé Diamond ring, Circa 1940.
Art Deco Fancy Vivid Yellow Diamond ring . Circa 1920. 2.87ct, VS1. GIA Certificate
Art Deco Padparadscha Sapphire and Diamond ring, Circa 1925. 3.19ct.
FINE ANTIQUE AND PERIOD JEWELS
First Floor, 16 Albemarle Street, London W1S 4HW, UK
tel: 011.44.207.491.4851
email: enquiries@sandracronan.cominternet: www.sandracronan.com
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SANTOS–London
160
Very rare Chinese export porcelain teapot decorated in famille rose opaque enamels with the arms
of General Estates of the Dutch Republic over the VOC monogram surrounded by the inscription
CONCORDIA RES PARVAE CRESCUNT 1728, ca. 1730, Yongzheng reign, Qing dynasty.
The decoration was copied from a Dutch silver ducat minted for the use of VOC in Asia.
21 Old Court House, London W8 4PD UK
tel: +44 207 937 6000
email: santos@santoslondon.com / albertovsantos@aol.com
internet: www.santoslondon.com
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SHERRY SHEAF & CO. INC
161
PURVEYOR OF EXQUISITE JEWELRY & FINE PEARLS
VHERNIER “VAGUE” EARRING ROSE GOLD
VHERNIER “ABBRACCIO” RING ROSE GOLD
VHERNIER “CALLA” NECKLACE ROSE GOLD AND KOGOLONG
Florida and New York
By Appointment
tel: 954.568.5808 / 917.740.5803fax: 954.568.2334
email: info@sherrysheaf.cominternet: www. sherrysheaf.com
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18k yellow gold J.E. Caldwell sparrow pin, 3.00ct TW, old European-cut diamonds and a cabochon ruby eye.
Platinum on 18k yellow gold vintage swallow pin, 1.50ct old European-cut diamonds.
Platinum flower motif necklace, approximately 35ct TW diamonds, 19" long.
Silver and gold Victorian sparrow pin with approximately 4.50ct TW diamonds, circa 1860.
SHREVE, CRUMP & LOW
162
Flagship: 440 Bolyston Street, Boston, MA 02116tel: 800.225.7088
0 Main Street, Nantucket, MA 02554tel: 508.228.6246
email: info@scljewelers.cominternet: www. shrevecrumpandlow.com
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SPENCER MARKS
163
FINE ANTIQUE AND 20TH CENTURY SILVER
Exceptional Tifany Sterling Silver and Mixed Metal Aesthetic
Movement Water Pitcher in the Japanese Taste, c. 1878.
P.O. Box 330, Southampton, MA 01073
tel: 413.527.7344email: info@spencermarks.cominternet: www.spencermarks.com
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SPENCER WEISZ GALLERIES LTD
164
Chicago•West Palm Beach
Tel: 312.527.9420email: GRNDVL@aol.com
internet: www.antiqueposters.com
When Toulouse-Lautrec chose to advertise the art and literary magazine La Revue Blanche
by using a portrait of Misia Natanson, wife of the co-editor, it was because the red-headed
beauty was thought to be the real mover behind the magazine. Misia coaxed the major
celebrities of the time to contribute to the publication's success, including Lautrec himself.
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STEPHEN KALMS ANTIQUES
165
Superb Sterling Silver centre piece with gilt interior
Made in London in 1909 by Ackroyd Rhodes
FINE ANTIQUE SILVER
Vault 13/15 and 31/32 London Silver Vaults, Chancery Lane, London WC2A 1QS
tel: +44 207 430 1254fax: +44 207 405 6206mobile: +44 7831 604001US cell: 305 298 0382
email: stephen@kalmsantiques.cominternet: www.kalmsantiques.com
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STEVEN NECKMAN, INC.
166
36 NE 1st Street, Suite 1046, Miami, FL 33132
tel: 305.755.9030
email: Steve@StevenNeckman.cominternet: www.StevenNeckman.com
Mauboussin, Paris 18k Rose and Yellow Gold,
Citrine and Diamond Clip Brooch.
DIAMOND AND ESTATE JEWELRY
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SUE BROWN
167
Italian Micro Mosaic of Bacchus, circa 1780
In later gold pendant mount
1-7 Davies Mews, Mayfair, London WIK 5 AB, UK
tel: +44 (0) 20 7491 4287UK mobile: +44 7774 940 767US cell: 917.216.9128
email: sue@antique-rings.co.ukinternet: www.antique-rings.co.uk
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SYMBOLIC & CHASE
168
JEWELLERY AND OBJECT D’ART
30 Old Bond Street, London, UK W1S 4QQ
tel: +44.20.7499.9902fax: +44.20.7499.9903
email: info@symbolicchase.cominternet: www.symbolicchase.com
CARTIER. A Natural Pearl and Diamond 'Cravate' necklace, circa 1910
Accompanied by Cartier certificate of authenticity
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TK ASIAN ANTIQUITIES
169
1654 Jamestown Road, Williamsburg, VA 23185tel: 757.253.0769
41 East 57th Street, Suite 1125, New York, NY 10022tel: 212.644.1103
email: tkoriental@widomaker.cominternet: www.tkasianantiquities.com
Date: 5th–3rd Century BCE
Medium: Gold
Size: 5⅜" High, 315⁄ 16" Diameter

Exceptionally high relief decoration brings to life the five figures arranged on this hammered gold tapered cup. Cups of similar
shape were found at Marlik (Northern Iran). The bodies are worked into the vessel wall by repoussé, while the heads are made
from separate worked sheets of gold, carefully soldered into openings of the cup. The immense cultural exchange, of both physical
goods and artistic styles, which occurred throughout much of Central Asia and Northwestern China can make it dif cult to identify
the culture which crafted an artifact. Preliminary research on this cup suggests that the one seated figure may represent the
goddess Hera, depicted under similar circumstances on a rhyton from the Thracian treasure at Panagyurishte, dated to the turn
of the 4th–3rd century BCE. Hera is pulling a flowing veil away from the sides of her head, in the same manner as depicted here.
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TOJ GALLERY
170
420 Adams Street, Annapolis, MD 21403
tel: 410.626.0770 / 443.995.5377
email: susan@tojgallery.cominternet: www.tojgallery.com
A very rare vase designed by Charles Catteau for Boch Freres Keramis, circa 1930 with a wonderful
small edition Japanese woodblock print, “Tsukubasan Shrine" by Ray Morimura.
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TOM VEILLEUX GALLERY
171
75 Market Street, Suite 104, Portland, ME 04101
tel: 207.828.0784email: info@tomveilleux.cominternet: www.tomveilleux.com
Maxfield Parrish (1870–1966)
New Hampshire Landscape, 1942
Oil on board, 11 x 9 inches
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TOP ART GALLERY
172
Daniel Ridgway Knight (Philadelphia 1839–1924 Paris)
A Pause from the Day’s Chores
Oil on canvas, 32 x 26 inches
Signed and inscribed lower left: Ridgway Knight/Paris
Provenance: Colonel and Mrs. Harry E. Stewart, Dallas
SPECIALIZING IN IMPORTANT EUROPEAN PAINTINGS, OLD MASTER,
IMPRESSIONIST, POST-IMPRESSIONIST, MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY
19201 Collins Avenue (in the Ramada Marco Polo Hotel), Sunny Isles, FL 33160
tel: 305.937.3751 / 786.344.3420
email: topart@bellsouth.netinternet: www.topartgallerymiami.com
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TOULOUSE ANTIQUE
GALLERY
173
Rare Fontaine De Parfums
Louix XV, circa 1765
Chinese, Celadon Porcelain and two Samson Swans
4210 The Strand, Manhattan Beach, CA 90266
tel: 310.503.0152fax: 310.372.0422
email: toulouseantiques@aol.cominternet: www.toulouseantiques.com
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TRINITY HOUSE PAINTINGS
174
INTERNATIONAL DEALERS IN BRITISH AND EUROPEAN FINE ART
SPECIALIZING IN IMPRESSIONIST AND MODERN BRITISH PAINTINGS
Montague Dawson (British, 1895–1973)
Idle Sails
Oil on canvas, 28 x 36 inches
Signed lower left
50 Maddox Street, London, Mayfair, W1S 1AY United Kingdom
67 High Street, Broadway, Worcestershire, WR12 7DP United Kingdom
Gallery tel: 01144 1386 859 329US cell: 347 827 5132
Simon Shore Cell: 01144 7866 419 666Steven Beale Cell: 01144 7958 679 762
email: art@trinityhousepaintings.cominternet: www.trinityhousepaintings.com
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VALERIO ANTIQUES
175
250 Valencia Avenue, Coral Gables, FL 33134
tel: 305.448.6779
email: mail@valerioartdeco.cominternet: www.valerioartdeco.com
A cold patinated and hand carved ivory sculpture by DH Chiparus entitled Kamorna. Made in France, circa: 1930. Dimensions: H. 20", W. 2¼", D. 4½".
Mahogany cabinet veneered in Makassar ebony and marquetery in Ebony and Sycamore with inlaid and handles in ivory designed
by Joubert et Petit (DIM). Portoro marble top. Made in France, circa 1930. Dimensions: H. 35½", W. 47", D. 21".
A rosewood side table with two tears of pebble glass that lights from the interior by Dominique. Decorations in nickel platted metal.
Made in France, circa 1930. Dimensions: Diam. 35", H. 25" to first level, H. 36" to second level
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VALLEJO GALLERY
176
18TH, 19TH & 20TH CENTURY MARITIME & MARINE THEME PAINTINGS & ANTIQUES SINCE 1972
Edward Moran (American, 1829–1901)
The Winning Yacht, 1876
Oil on canvas, 10 x 17¼ inches
Signed lower left and titled verso
A moment in yacht racing history which we believe depicts the Racing
Schooner IDLER, winner of the Brenton’s Reef Challenge Cup, July 1876,
of New York’s Buoy #15 ahead of the Schooner WANDERER.
1610 West Coast Highway, Newport Beach, CA 92663
tel: 949.642.7945fax: 949.631.3161
email: vallejogallery@earthlink.netinternet: www.vallejogallery.com
Member: FADA
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VENDOME INC.
177
1187 Coast Village Rd. I-496, Santa Barbara, CA 93108
tel: 805.969.5997
internet: www.vendomeinc.com
A pair of Diamond, Ruby and Gold "Sign Language" Brooches, by Paul Flato, circa 1940.
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VÉRONIQUE BAMPS
178
“Le Patio Palace” #626, 41 Avenue Hector Otto, 98000 Monaco
By appointment only
tel: + 33 643 91 74 65fax: + 377 97 97 37 57
email: info@veroniquebamps.com
Rare orchid brooch in enamelled gold and diamond.
Tifany & Co., circa 1890.
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VILLA DEL ARTE GALLERIES
179
Calle Tapineria 39, 08002 Barcelona, Spain
tel: +34 93 268 0673
email: info@villadelarte.com
internet: ww.villadelarte.com
Mundos Paralelos by Claudio Napolitano, 80x150cm
Limited Edition Photography
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VINCENT VALLARINO FINE ART
180
Franz Kline (1910–1962)
Untitled, 1948
Ink and gouache on paper, 23 x 30 inches
Signed and dated: Kline '48 lower right
Provenance: D.C. Holland Gallery, Chicago
Collection of George L. and Dorothy A. Sturman, acquired from above in 1963.
120 East 65th Street, New York, NY 10065
tel: 212.628.0722
email: info@vallarinofineart.cominternet: www.vallarinofineart.com
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WEINREB DIAMOND
& ESTATE JEWELERS
181
A magnificent diamond necklace with over 50 carats of VS clarity, F/G color diamonds.
1312 Reisterstown Road, Baltimore, MD 21208
tel: 410.340.5537fax: 410.653.7515
email: weinrebdiamond@gmail.cominternet: www.adiamond.com
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WELLESLEY HOUSE LTD.
182
A small selection of our collection of Extraordinary
18th & 19th Century English Tea Caddies.
Lake Forest, IL60045
tel: 847.735.9773
email: wellesley@me.com / andrew@wellesleyhouse.com
internet: www.wellesleyhouse.com
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WHITLEY COLLECTION
183
2190 NW 87th Avenue, Doral, FL 33172
tel: 786.464.1818fax: 786.464.1950
email: info@whitleycollection.cominternet: www.whitleycollection.com
Rose Cabat is an American potter known for her “feelies”— small, fine, narrow-necked
porcelain pots with soft glazes that feel feathery to the touch. These unique and colorful
pieces are highly sought after by collectors around the world and have been exhibited in
some of the nation’s leading museums.
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WILLIAM COOK
184
FINE ENGLISH & EUROPEAN 18TH AND EARLY 19TH CENTURY FURNITURE AND OBJECTS
A Superb George I Walnut Tallboy. Veneered in walnut and with fine herringbone inlaid bandings, this tallboy dates from the end
of the English walnut period. It is of an unusual design with two deep base drawers replacing the more commonly seen three.
This allows the tallboy to be low waisted and this is balanced by the use of a deep banded cornice, which is unusual for this
period in furniture making. The handles, which have developed a wonderful bronzed patination, are all original as are the unusual
splay bracket feet. This tallboy is a superb mellow colour and a great example of an early 18th century piece of walnut.

Height 73"Width 38½"Depth 20"Circa 1720
15 Bridge Street, Hungerford, Berkshire RG17 OEG
tel: +44 (0)1488 681254 / +44 (0)7885 031 301US mobile: 773 469 1458
email: info@williamcookantiques.cominternet: www.williamcookantiques.com
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WINICK RUNSDORF
185
34 West 47th Street, New York, NY 10036
tel: 212.302.9555toll free: 800.866.1248fax: 212.575.1991
email: rwinick@winickdiamonds.cominternet: www.winickdiamonds.com
A handmade Diamonds by the yard necklace containing 192 full-cut Diamonds weighing a total of 58.71cts
continuously set in platinum measuring 66 inches.
One opera-legth Diamond necklace of 150 Diamonds weighing a total of 45.61cts prong-set in platinum.
One Riviera Diamond necklace consisting of 82 Diamonds weighing a total of 35.39 set in platinum.
One pair of earrings featuring two rose-cut Diamonds weighing a total of 4.55cts and decorated by
Diamonds weighing a total of 6.50cts set in platinum.
A handmade platinum, Bezel-set necklace featuring 37 Diamonds weighing a total of 19.03cts.
One Oval Diamond wedding band featuring a total of 13 oval brilliant-cut diamonds weighing a total
of 9.34cts. set in a handmade platinum mounting.
One Sapphire and Diamond ring centering upon one emerald-cut diamond weighing 2.00 cts flanked
by a total of 6 baguette-cut diamonds weighing a total of .76ct, further enhanced by a total of 96 full-cut
diamonds weighing a total of 1.04cts all set in a handmade platinum mounting
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YAFA
186
Van Cleef and Arpels yellow gold diamond snow flakes necklace.
SIGNED JEWELS
580 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10036
tel: 212.719.9828mobile: 516.652.2085
email: info@yafajewelry.cominternet: www.yafajewelry.com
contacts: Yafa Moradof and Maurice Moradof
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YVEL
187
654 Madison Avenue, Suite 701, New York, NY 10065tel: 212.755.0688
1 Yechiel Steinberg Street, Ramat Moza, Israeltel: 972.2.6735811
email: usaservice@yvel.com / yvel@yvel.cominternet: www.yvel.com
18 k yellow gold flower brooch combining 235.00 ct. natural multi color Sapphires
set with 7.00 ct. diamonds from the Yvel Rainbow Collection.
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561-278-3320
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Urdl’s manufactures and
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Visit our website to book a table at the
Cellini restaurant within the Fair and for
the latest information including
recommended luxury hotels.
bada-antiques-fair.co.uk
23–29 March
2011
The 19th Annual British Antique
Dealers’ Association Fair
at The Duke of York Square,
off Sloane Square, LONDON SW3
Tel: +44 (0)20 7589 6108
Freefone USA: 1 877 872 0778
THE FI NEST ART &
ANTI QUES FOR SALE
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75 INTERNATIONAL ANTIQUES
& ASIAN ART DEALERS
EXHIBITING FOR SALE
FURNITURE, ANTIQUES
& CONTEMPORARY ART
IN A MUSEUM-LIKE SETTING
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INFORMATION
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PHOTO COURTESY: ORIENTATIONS GALLERY
ARTS OF
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SHOW
PREVIEW OPENING
WEDNESDAY MARCH 23, 6–10PM
TICKETS $100 PER PERSON
includes wine and hors d'oeuvres,
an illustrated catalogue
and repeat admission.
CELEBRATI NG THE 20TH
SHOW HOURS
THURS – SAT 11AM – 7:30PM
SUN 11AM – 5PM
ADMISSION $20
Includes catalogue
“Largest and most International Asian art fair in the city”
–Antiques & The Arts Weekly
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Brussels Expo
www.eurantica.be
fine art antiques fair
25 March – 3 April 2011
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51st Annual
ANTI QUARI AN BOOKSEL L ERS’ ASSOCI ATI ON OF AMERI CA
APRIL 8 - 10
FRIDAY NOON 8PM SATURDAY NOON 7PM SUNDAY NOON 5PM
DAILY ADMISSION $20 RUNOFSHOW $40 CATALOG INFO: 212.777.5218
PREVIEW THURSDAY APRIL 7, 6PM 9PM
$50 INCLUDES ONE READMISSION
DISCOVERY DAY SUNDAY APRIL 10, NOON 3PM INFO: AT ABAA.ORG
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50 Distinguished Dealers and Galleries offering
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Celebrations
Antiques that Mark the Moment
2 0 1 1 L o a n E x h i b i t
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Show managed by Keeling Wainwright Associates
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9-15 June, 2011
Preview: 8 June, 2011
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SAVE THE DATE FOR THE 2011
FRIDAY-SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 23-25, 2011
Preview Gala: Thursday, September 22
Samuel M. V. Hamilton Building of the
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
All proceeds directly benefit student scholarships at PAFA.
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PRESENTED BY THE WOMEN’ S BOARD
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SAVE THE DATES!
OCTOBER 13-16, 2011
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Thursday, October 13, 2011
At The Cyclorama
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539 Tremont Street in the South End
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Visit www.EllisBoston.com
or call 617-363-0405
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April 7-10, 2011 Preview to benefit Boston Architectural College www.AD2021.com
The 15th Annual Boston International Fine Art Show
November 17-20, 2011 Preview to benefit Boston Symphony Orchestra www.FineArtBoston.com
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SAVE THE DATE
October 27 - 30, 2011
PREVIEW PARTY BENEFIT GALA
October 26
Festival Pavilion, Fort Mason Center
San Francisco
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Tel: (415) 989-9019
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November 30 - December 4
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Midtown Miami I Wynwood
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300 years of great American design: folk art,
furniture, fine and decorative arts, jewelry,
ceramics, silver, American arts and crafts,
and American Indian art
GALA PREVIEW JANUARY 18, 2012
SHOW OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
JANUARY 19–22, 2012
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Metropolitan Pavilion
125 West 18th Street
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New York City
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modern art, photography, 20th century design and decorative arts. FIFAF will
be fully vetted by leading experts from the international fine art field
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A.B. LEVY
211 Worth Avenue
Palm Beach, FL 33480
Albert Levy, Juliana Tamayo
Tel: 561-835-9139
Fax: 561-832-5625
Email: info@ablevypb.com
juliana.tamayo@ablevypb.com
www.ablevypb.com
19th and 20th Century French Furniture and
Decorative Arts, Meiji Period Asian Art
AARON FABER
666 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY 10103
Edward Faber, Tamara Lealock
Tel: 212-586-8411
Fax: 212-582-0205
Email: efaber@aaronfaber.com
www.aaronfaber.com
NAWCC, IWJG, SNAG
Vintage and Collectible Timepieces, Estate and Period
Jewelry, Artist Studio Jewelry
ANTIQUE AMERICAN WICKER/MICHAEL
DONOVAN
131 Daniel Webster Highway
Nashua, NH 03060
Michael Donovan, James Butterworth
Tel: 603-881-9727, 508-523-5189
Fax: 603-598-8706
Email: mike.jim@myfairpoint.net
American Wicker Furniture, Hand Woven Furnishings
from 1850 to 1930. 19th and 20th Century Porch and
Garden Accessories
ARADER GALLERIES
1016 Madison Avenue
New York, NY 10075
Graham Arader III, Caleb Kiffer
Tel: 212-628-3668
Fax: 212-879-8714
Email: aradernyc@aradergalleries.com
www.aradergalleries.com
Antique Works on Paper—Maps, Natural History
Engravings and Watercolors
ART LINK INTERNATIONAL
809 Lucerne Avenue
Lake Worth, FL 33460
Howard Brassner
Tel: 561-493-1162
Fax: 561-493-2931
Email: info@artlinkinternational.com
www.artlinkinternational.com
French and American Impressionist,
Modern Masters and Florida Masters
ARTWORLD INTERNATIONAL
1323 Pierce Street
Hollywood, FL 33019
Willem G. Flippo
Tel: 945-923-2874
Fax: 954-923-2874
Cell: 754-264-6350
Email: artworld01@aol.com
www.willemgflippo.com
19th and 20th Century Paintings
Represent Artist: Niek Van Der Plas
ASHLEY JOHN GALLERY
410 South County Road
Palm Beach, FL 33480
Jim Alterman
Tel: 561-429-8454
Email: ashleyjohngallery@comcast.net
ASIANTIQUES
P.O. Box 1707
Winter Park, FL 32790
Susie & Francois Lorin
Tel: 407-362-1025
Fax: 407-358-5161
Email: questions@asiantiques.com
www.asiantiques.com
Antiques Council
Chinese and Japanese Art
B & G FINE ART
201 S Estes Drive, Suite D6
Chapel Hill, NC
Bryan Guarnieri, Greg Lacks
Tel: 919-968-8008
Fax: 919-968-8064
Email: bryan@bpgfineart.com
www.bpgfineart.com
IFAA
20th Century Art, Paintings, Watercolors,
Drawings, Editions, Sculpture, Prints
BENCHMARK OF PALM BEACH
678 East Main Street
Blue Ridge, GA 30513
Ken & Sara Burns
Tel: 706-258 3553, 800-790-9033
Fax: 706-258-3788
Email: benchmarkofpalmbeach@hotmail.com
www.benchmarkofpalmbeach.com
Exquisite Estate Jewelry including many
Signed Pieces
BETTERIDGE JEWELERS
117 Greenwich Avenue
Greenwich, CT 06830
Simon Teakle, Max Farber
Tel: 203-869-0124
Fax: 203-869-3920
Email: simon@betteridge.com
www.betteridge.com
Fine Jewels, Estate Jewels, Watches—
New and Estate
BETTY BRESLER, INC.
16781 Chagrin Boulevard
Shaker Heights, OH 44120
Jerry & Betty Bresler
Tel: 216-751-4666
Fax: 216-751-0248
Cell: 216-780-9036
Email: jbbb@aol.com
www.estatejewels.com
Estate and Signed Jewelry
BROCK & CO.
84A Commonwealth Avenue
Concord, MA 01742
Mark Brock, Peter M. Johnston
Tel: 978-369-1358
Fax: 978-369-1359
Email: brockcompany@gmail.com
www.brockandco.com
AADLA,CINOA,NHADA
19th and 20th Century Paintings, Watercolors,
Drawings and Sculpture
BRUCE KODNER GALLERIES
24 South Dixie Highway
Lake Worth, FL 33460
Bruce Kodner, Jacob Kodner
Tel: 561-585-9999
Fax: 561-585-9937
Email: b.kodner@aol.com
www.brucekodner.com
Antiques, Fine Art and Jewelry
BURLINGTON PAINTINGS
10+12 Burlington Gardens
London, W1S 3EY
United Kingdom
Michael Day & Paul Hardy
Tel: 44-20-7734-9984
Fax: 44-20-7494-3770
Email: pictures@burlington.co.uk
www.burlington.co.uk
BADA
Fine 19th/20th Century and Contemporary
British and European Paintings
CALLAGHAN FINE PAINTING
& CONTEMPORARY BRONZE
22 St. Mary’s Street
Shrewsbury, Shropshire, SY1 1ED
United Kingdom
Daniel Callaghan
Tel: 44-1743-343452, 44-7810-714545
USA: 615-870-7639
Email: art@callaghan-finepaintings.com
www.callaghan-finepaintings.com
LAPADA
Fine 19th and 20th Century European Paintings
and Contemporary Bronze
CALLAN FINE ART
240 Chartres Street
New Orleans, LA 70130
Steven Callan, Nikki Szalwinski
Tel: 504-524-0025
Fax: 504-524-0205
Email: info@callanfineart.com
www.callanfineart.com
AADLA
19th and 20th Century European and American Art
CAMILLA DIETZ BERGERON, LTD.
818 Madison Avenue, 4th Floor
New York, NY 10065
Gus Davis
Tel: 212-794-9100
Fax: 212-794-7012
Email: info@cdbltd.com
www.cdbltd.com
BBB, JVC, AGTA, JA
Fine Antique and Period Jewelry
CARA ANTIQUES
PMB 313
13 Summit Square Center
Langhorne, PA 19047
Constance & Richard Aranosian
Tel: 215-579-7971, 215-499-5604
Fax: 215-579-7971
Email: cara_antiques@yahoo.com
www.caraantiques.com
NHADA, MAJOLICA International Society,
Clarice Cliff Club
English and Continental Pottery
CARLSON & STEVENSON ANTIQUES
P.O. Box 1113
Manchester Center, VT 05255
Phyllis Carlson, Timothy Stevenson
Tel: 802-236-4955, 802-236-2342
Email: carlstev@aol.com
www.carlsonandstevenson.com
BADA, SLAD, FPDA, AADLA & Antique Council
Schoolgirl Watercolors of the 19th Century
and Sterling Silver
CAVALIER GALLERIES, INC.
405 Greenwich Avenue
Greenwich, CT 06830
Ron Cavalier, Lindsay Ebanks
Tel: 203 869-3664
Fax: 203-869-3204
Cell: 503-325-4405
Email: art@cavaliergalleries.com
www.cavaliergalleries.com
Contemporary Art, Painting, Sculpture, and Photography
ALPHABETICAL LIST OF EXHIBITORS
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CHARAMONDE JEWELRY
500 North Dixie Highway
Lake Worth, FL 33460
Kris Charamonde
Tel: 561-451-8330
Email: charamonde@aol.com
Fine Estate Jewelry
CHARLES EDWIN PUCKETT
3867 West Market Street, #253
Akron, OH 44333
Charles Puckett, Teresa Puckett
Tel: 330-668-0032
Cell: 330-730-3202, 330-730-3053
Fax: 330-668-0037
Email: charles@cepuckett.com
www.cepuckett.com
Antiques Council
Medieval Illuminated Manuscripts, Antique Maps
and Prints, Classical Antiques
CHARLES L. WASHBURNE ANTIQUES
P.O. Box 486
Solebury, PA 18963
Charles Washburne
Tel: 215-794-7584
Fax: 215-794-0990
Email: charles@majolica.net
www.majolica.net
Antiques Council, Majolical Society
Victorian Majolica Pottery
CHILDS GALLERY
169 Newbury Street
Boston, MA 02116
Richard Baiano, Stephanie Bond
Tel: 617-266-1108
Fax: 617-266-2381
Email: info@childsgallery.com
www.childsgallery.com
www.facebook.com/childsgallery
IFPDA
Established 1937 for Fine American and European
Paintings, Prints, Drawings and Sculptures
CHINA SQUARE GALLERY
102 Allen Street
New York, NY 10002
Jen Davis
Tel: 212-255-8886
Email: info@chinasquareny.com
www.chinasquareny.com
Contemporary Chinese Art
CHRISTOPHER ENGLISH
FINE ANTIQUES
West Palm Beach, FL 33401
Christopher English, Stephen Dori Shin
Tel: 561-310-0319, 561-818-2952
Email: cefineantiques@gmail.com
Unusual Taxidermy, Art and Curiosities
CIRCA ANTIQUES & DECORATIONS
P.O. Box 28
Rockport, MA 01966
Deb & Herb Meiselman
Tel: 978-546-1045
Fax: 978-546-6233
Email: info@circaofrockport.com
www.circaofrockport.com
Antique Photo Frames, English Furniture including
19th Century Butler’s Trolleys, Buffets Lighting
and an Eclectic Group of Accessories Boxes, Porcelain
and Glass
CLASSIC ANTIQUES
65 West Schiller Street
Chicago, IL 60610
Lana & Michael Bock
Tel: 312-961-6494
Fax: 312-255-1967
Email: michaeljbock@gmail.com
European Art Bronzes, Chinese Antiquities,
18th Century Chinese Export Porcelain,
Vintage Couture Clothing
CLAYTON ANTIQUES
P.O. Box 5665
Williamsburg, VA 23185
Beverly Markland
Tel: 757-229-7720
Fax: 757-220-2636
COUSLICH INTERIORS & ANTIQUES
39 East 67th Street, 5th Floor
New York, NY 10065
Franco & Fabienne Couslich
Tel: 212-214-0021
Fax: 212-214-0021
Cell: 312-282-7681
Email: info@couslichinteriors.com
20th Century Italian Design Furniture and Murano
Glass Lighting and Decorative pieces, Complemented
with one of a kind Antiques
CRAWFORD CONTEMPORARY, LLC
4334 Black Rock Turnpike
Fairfield, CT 06824
Alastair Crawford, Caroline Owens Crawford
Tel: 203-292-6762
Fax: 203-292-8613
Email: info@crawfordcontemporary.com
www.crawfordcontemporary.com
Contemporary Silver and Jewelry, Unique Designs
with Uncompromising Quality
DANIELS ANTIQUES
2520 S.W. 30th Avenue
Hallandale, FL 33009
Jonathan Daniels
Tel: 954-454-1395
Fax: 954-454-6452
Email: danielsantiques@att.net
www.danielsantiques.com
DANISH SILVER
Copenhagen, San Fransico
Gregory Pepin, Rachel Prater
Tel: 877-984-1907, 415-984-1907
Copenhagen: 011-45-3311-5252
Email: rachel@danishsilver.com
silver@danishsilver.com
www.danishsilver.com
Georg Jenson Antique, Vintage Sterling Silver
Hollowware, Flatware, Jewelry, and 18k Gold Jewelry
DAVID & COMPANY
232 Boylston Street
Chestnut Hill, MA 02467
David Walker
Tel: 617-969-6262
Fax: 617-969-3434
Email: info@davidandcompany.com
www.davidandcompany.com
Rare Antique and Estate Jewelry. Fine Colorless and
Fancy Colored Diamonds, Precious Colored
Gemstones such as Columbian Emeralds, Burma
Rubies and Sapphires
DAWN HILL ANTIQUES
11 Main Street
New Preston, CT 06777
Paulette Peden, Jane Fredrikson
Tel: 917-767-6384, 860-868-0066
Fax: 212-255-7429
Email: dawnhillantiques@aol.com
dha@dawnhillantiques.com
www.dawnhillantiques.com
Antiques Council
Swedish 18th and 19th Century Antiques, Garden
Antiques, English Transferware and Ironstone
DEAN BORGHI FINE ART
52 East 76th Street
New York, NY 10021
Dean Borghi, Robert Garrett
Tel: 201-232-7938
Fax: 201-784-5498
Email: dean@dbfineart.com
www.dbfineart.com
19th Century American, European and Post War Art
DINAN & CHIGHINE, LTD.
P.O. Box 266
Kew, Surrey TW9 3QR
United Kingdom
John F. Dinan
Tel: 44 20 8948 1939, 646-546-2579
Fax: 44 20 8255 6986
Email: dinan.chighine@virgin.net
LAPADA
Framed Engravings and Watercolors, English
and Continental Furniture
DOMONT JEWELRY
8661 Sunset Boulevard
Hollywood, CA 90069
Maria Domont
Tel: 310-289-9500
Fax: 310-564-7600
Email: maria@domontjewelry.com
www.domontjewelry.com
Domont is in the Business of Acquiring and
Selling Vintage and Couture Jewelry, Perfume
Bottles, Porcelain Fairies, and Other Small
Beautiful Objects of Art
DRUCKER ANTIQUES
487 East Main Street, #197
Mount Kisco, NY 10549
Janet Drucker & William Drucker
Tel: 914-923-4560
Cell: 212-794-8536
Fax: 914-206-9623
Email: bill@druckerantiques.com
www.druckerantiques.com
Palm Beach Appraisers Association, Appraisers
Association of America
George Jensen Hollowware, Flatware, and Jewelry,
20th Century Decorative Art
EOSTONE
2190 NW 87th Avenue
Doral , FL 33172
Arron Rimpley, Gregg Whittecar
Tel: 786-888-3333
Fax: 786-464-1950
Email: info@eostone.com
www.eostone.com
ASID
Natural History artifacts from the United Sates
and around the World
ERIK THOMSEN ASIAN ART
23 East 67th Street
New York, NY 10065
Erik Thomsen
Tel: 212-288-2588
Fax: 212-535-6787
Email: info@erikthomsen.com
www.erikthomsen.com
JADA
Japanese Screens, Scrolls, Gold Lacquer Works,
Paintings, Bamboo Baskets and Ceramics
EVE STONE ANTIQUES, LTD.
P.O. Box 3535
Woodbridge, CT 06525
Susan Stone, Eve Stone
Tel: 203-389-6665, 800-833-1665
Fax: 203-389-6103
Email: info@evestoneantiques.com
www.evestoneantiques.com
LAPADA, CINOA, CADA
18th and 19th Century Brass and Copper Metal Ware
FAERBER NEW YORK
589 Fifth Avenue, Suite 803
New York, NY 10017
Tel: 212-752-4200
Fax: 212-659-0099
Email: ny@faerber-collection.com
www.faerber-collection.com
Fine Period and Antique Estate Jewelry
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THE FINE ARTS CONSERVANCY
5840 Corporate Way, Suite #110
West Palm Beach, FL 33401
Gordon Lewis
Tel: 561-684-6133
Fax: 561-684-8508
Email: lab@art-conservation.org
www.art-conservation.org
FLOATING WORLD GALLERY
1925 North Halsted Street
Chicago, IL 60614
Elias Martin, Bill Stein
Tel: 312-587-7800
Email: artwork@floatingworld.com
www.floatingworld.com
Fine Japanese Art
FLORENCE & JERRY BERMAN
P.O. Box 813597
Hollywood, FL 33081-3597
Florence Berman
Tel: 954-962-4950, 954-328-6985
Fax: 954-963-5413
Email: jsbfb@comcast.net
Antique and Estate Jewelry
FRAMONT
66 Saw Mill Lane
Greenwich, CT 06830
Tel: 203-661-9675, 917-562-6262
Fax: 203-661-9675
Email: framont@optonline.net
www.artnet.com/framont.html
FRANKLIN RIEHLMAN FINE ART
24 East 73rd Street, #4F
New York, NY 10021
Franklin Riehlman, Glenn C. Peck
Tel: 212-879-2545
Email: mail@franklinriehlman.com
www.nycpaintings.com
PADA
19th and 20th Century American Art, Paintings,
Drawings and Sculpture
FRED LEIGHTON
773 Madison Avenue
New York, NY 10065
Greg Kwiat
Tel: 212-288-1872
Fax: 212-288-6167
www.fredleighton.com
Fine Period, Antique Jewelry and Gemstones
FREDERIC GOT GALLERY
64 Rue Saint Louis En Lile
Paris 75004
Gabriel Eid & Frederic Got
Tel: +33-1432-61033
Email: frederic.got@wanadoo.fr
www.artchic.com
Contemporary Original Art
FRENCH COUNTRY LIVING ANTIQUES LTD
7C Penywern Road
London, SW5 9TT
United Kingdom
Douglas Hill
Tel: 011-44-7770520371
Email: f.c.l.com@wanadoo.fr
www.frenchcountrylivingantiques.com
French, Italian and Swedish 18th Century Furniture
with Original Painted Decoration
FRIMAN & STEIN
589 Fifth Avenue, Suite 709
New York, NY 10017
Catherine Arsala, Elliot Friman
Tel: 212-308-6200
Fax: 212-308-2992
Email: frimanandstein@aol.com
Fine Period and Estate Jewelry, Diamonds and
Colored Stones
GALLERIE PETER HARDT
Robert-Bosch-Str. 12
42477 Radevormwald, Germany
Tobias Hardt
Tel: +49-2195-78059
Fax: +49-2195-40774
Cell: +49-171-413-4413
Email: galerie@hardt.de
www.hardt.de
Asian Arts
GALLERY VIVENDI
28 Place des Vosges
75003 Paris, France
Tel: 33-142-769076
Fax: 33-142-76954
Email: vivendi@vivendi-gallery.com
www.vivendi-gallery.com
GALLERY 47
1050 Second Avenue
New York, NY 10022
Ken Leach
Tel: 800-942-0550
Fax: 917-591-6645
Email: ken@gallery47.com
www.perfumebottlesauction.com
IPBA, Perfume Bottle Association
Fine Jewelry, Objectives and Perfume Bottles
GALLERY AFRODIT
Bagcilar Mahallesi 5 Sokak 23 / 1 Gazi Osman Pasa
Ankara, Turkey
Tel: 917-855-1355, +90-312-436-2129
Fax: +90-312-447-5948
Email: info@galleryafrodit.com
www.galleryafrodit.com
GAVIN SPANIERMAN
22 East 82nd Street
New York, NY 10028
Gavin Spanierman
Tel: 212-249-0619
Fax: 212-249-0648
Email: info@gspanierman.com
www.gspanierman.com
19th and 20th Century American Impressionism
GEROLD WUNDERLICH & CO.
8 North Water Street
Ossining, NY 10562
Gerold M. Wunderlich
Tel: 914-923-1184, 914-954-1905
Fax: 914-923-1390
Email: info@wunderlichandco.com
www.wunderlichandco.com
American Art of the 19th and 20th Centuries
GLADWELL & COMPANY
68 Queen Victoria Street
London, EC4N 4SJ
United Kingdom
Anthony Fuller, Cory Briston
Tel: 44-207-248-3824, 215-200-7022
Fax: 44-207-248-6899
Email: gladwells@btconnect.com
www.gladwells.com
BADA, SLAD, LAPADA
Fine Traditional Oil Paintings, Watercolors and
Etchings of 19th and 20th Centuries. Gallery
Established 1752
GODEL & CO. FINE ART INC.
39A East 72nd Street
New York, NY 11021
Howard Godel, President; Ellery Kurtz, Director
Tel: 212-288-7272
Fax: 212-772-0304
Email: info@godelfineart.com
www.godelfineart.com
AADLA
Specializing in 19th and Early 20th Century
American Paintings
GUARISCO GALLERY
1120 22nd Street NW
Washington, D.C. 20037
Laura Guarisco, Randall McLean
Tel: 202-333-8533, 800-426-3747
Fax: 202-625-0834
Email: info@guariscogallery.com
www.guariscogallery.com
Important 19th and Early 20th Century European and
American Paintings and Sculpture
HABATAT GALLERIES
539 Clematis Street
West Palm Beach, FL 33401
Linda Boone
Tel: 561-832-8787
Email: info@habatatgalleries.com
www.habatatgalleries.com
Contemporary Glass Sculpture from Both National
and International Artists
HANCOCKS
52 & 53 Burlington Arcade
London, W1J 0HH
United Kingdom
Stephen Burton
Tel: 44 (0)207-493-8904
Fax: 44 (0)207-493-8905
Email: info@hancocks-london.com
www.hancocks-london.com
BADA, LAPADA
Fine Period Jewelry and Collectors Jewels including
Art Nouveau, Edwardian and Art Deco Jewelry
HAYNES FINE ART OF BROADWAY
Picton House Galleries, 42 High Street
Broadway, Worcestershire WR127DT
United Kingdom
Tel: 44-1386-852649
Fax: 44-1386-858187
Email: email@haynesfineart.com
www.haynesfineart.com
HOLLIS REH & SHARIFF
2 Jobs Lane
Southampton, NY 11968
Hollis Reh, Sal Shariff
Tel: 631-283-6653
Fax: 631-283-3189
Email: hollisrehshariff@aol.com
www.hollisrehandshariff.com
20th Century Signed Jewelry
HUMPHREY BUTLER LTD
40/41 Pall Mall
London SW1Y 5JG UK
Humphrey Butler/Lily Heit
Tel: 44-207-839-3193
Fax: 44-207-930-5943
Email: humphrey@humphreybutler.com
lily@humphreybutler.com
www.humphreybutler.com
Fine Period and Antique Jewelry including Edwardian
and Art Deco Jewelry
HYLAND GRANBY ANTIQUES
P.O. Box 457
Hyannisport, MA 02647
Alan Granby
Tel: 508-771-3070
Fax: 212-794-4393
Email: alan@hylandgranby.com
Maritime Antiques
J. CHRISTOPHER MITCHELL ANTIQUES
P.O. Box 1186
Point Clear, AL 36564
Chris Mitchell
Tel: 251-213-8162
Fax: 561-828-7725
Email: jcamericana@bellsouth.net
www.jcamericana.com
Fine Military Objects, Flags and Antique Arms
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J.S. FEARNLEY
87 West Paces Ferry Road, Suite 2
Atlanta, GA 30305
J. Steven Fearnley
Tel: 404-812-6464
Fax: 404-812-6463
Email: steven@jsfearnley.com
www.jsfearnley.com
Fine Antique and Estate Jewelry, Signed Pieces, Van
Cleef & Arpels, Cartier Buccelati, Tiffany and Co.
JACOB’S DIAMOND
& ESTATE JEWELRY
607 S. Hill Street, #304
Los Angeles, CA 90014
Jacob Gipsman, Rigoberto Rodriguez
Tel: 213-627-0072
Email: jacobsjewelry@sbclobal.com
www.jacobsestatejewelry.com
Better Quality Estate Jewelry, Art Deco, Edwardian,
Retro, Victorian and Vintage Engagement Rings
JAY CHATELLIER FINE ART
59 Whitenack Road
Basking Ridge, NJ
Jay Chatellier
Tel: 908-420-5668
Fax: 866-847-7959
Email: info@jaychatellierfineart.com
www.jaychatellierfineart.com
American and European Paintings, Works on Paper &
Sculpture from the 19th–21st Centuries
JEFF R. BRIDGMAN
AMERICAN ANTIQUES
Historic York County, PA
Jeff Bridgman
Tel: 717-502-1281
Fax: 717-502-1283
Email: info@jeffbridgman.com
www.jeffbridgman.com
Antiques Council, ADA, AADLA
Antique American Flags and Folk Art
JEFF SHORE/ANCIENT OBJECTS
Narragnsett, RI
Jeff Shore
Tel: 401-789-5214, 401-952-6045
Email: shore2@cox.net
www.ancientobjects.net
Classical and Medieval Antiques,
Hindu and Buddhist Works of Art
JERALD MELBERG GALLERY
625 South Sharon Amity Road
Charlotte, NC
Jerald Melberg
Tel: 704-365-3000
Fax: 704-365-3016
Email: gallery@jeraldmelberg.com
Web: www.jeraldmelberg.com
FADA
Classic Contemporary Fine Art
JEWELS IN TIME
4400 North Federal Highway, #116
Boca Raton, FL 33431
Peter Dosik & David Cohen
Tel: 561-368-1454
Fax: 561-368-1727
Email: jewelsintime@aol.com
www.jewelsintime.com
New & Pre-Owned Time Pieces, Diamonds, Fashion
and Estate Jewelry
JOHANNA ANTIQUES
P.O. Box 418
Kingsville, MD 21087
Johanna Wilson
Tel: 410-937-3444
Email: lordsaleapin@aol.com
Antiques Sporting Jewelry and American Art
JOHN ATZBACH
15127 NE 24th Street, Suite 118
Redmond, WA 98052
John Atzbach
Tel: 425-271-8950, 206-618-2684
Fax: 425-271-8940
Email: john@atzbach.com
www.atzbach.com
Specializing in Imperial Russian Objects including
Faberge, Silver, Enamels and Porcelains

JOHN M. ULLMAN INC.
589 5th Avenue, Suite 802
New York, NY 11017
Tel: 917-412-7477
Fax: 212-245-0220
Email: jmu4deco@aol.com
JOYCE GROUSSMAN ESTATE
& FINE JEWELRY
7201 East Camelback Road, Suite 285
Scottsdale, AZ 85251
Joyce & Steve Groussman
Tel: 610-331-3279
Fax: 480-699-5199
Email: joycegroussman@gmail.com
www.jgroussmanjewelry.com
Antique and Fine Jewelry
THE KENDALL COLLECTION
4460 Garmon Road NW
Atlanta, GA 30327
Matt Kendall
Tel: 404-538-9035
Email: info@kendallcollection.com
www.kendallcollection.com
Important American and European Paintings 1850–1950
KOMAN FINE ART
3225 Cardinal Drive
Vero Beach, FL 32963
Steve Koman
Tel: 772-231-4500
Email: srkoman@aol.com
www.komanfineart.com
Fine American Paintings & Furniture
L’ETOILE ROYALE
784 Madison Avenue
New York, NY 10065
Tel: 212-752-1706
Fax: 212-752-1758
Email: letoileroyale@aol.com
www.letoileroyale.com
The Most Exquisite Jewels and Antiques
LARRY DALTON
14 Bretton Road
Scarsdale, NY 10583
Larry & Bella Dalton
Tel: 914-472-0945
Cell: 914-329-7913
Fax: 914-722-0830
Email: ldclocks@optonline.net
NAWCC, ATCA, MBCA
Fine Antique Clocks, French Industry,
Vienna Regulators, Miniatures, Carriage Clocks,
Singing Bird Boxes and Porcelain Plaques
LAWRENCE FINE ART
Lawrence, New York
Howard Shapiro
Tel: 516-547-8965
Email: lawrencefinearts@aol.com
www.lawrence-fine-arts.com
American Paintings and Sculpture from
Impressionism to Modernism
LILLIAN NASSAU, LLC
220 East 57th Street
New York, NY 10022
Arlie Sulka
Tel: 212-759-6062
Fax: 212-832-9493
Email: info@lilliannassau.com
www.lilliannassau.com
NADAA, CINOA
Tiffany Lamps, Glass, Metalwork, Mosaics, Paintings and
19th & 20th Century Decorative Arts and Sculpture
LINEN MERCHANT
1080 Scots Lane
Walnut Creek, CA 94596
Jim Thomas
Tel: 925-937-5833
Email: linenmerchantusa@yahoo.com
LION HEART AUTOGRAPHS
470 Park Avenue South, Penthouse
New York, NY 10016
David Lowenherz
Tel: 212-779-7050, 800-969-1310
Fax: 212-779-7066
Email: lionheart@lionheartinc.com
www.lionheartautographs.com
PADA, Manuscript Society, Grolier Club
Lion Heart Autographs is one of the world’s leading
sources for Rare and Important Letters, Manuscripts
and Inscribed Photographs in Art, History, Literature,
Music, & Science from around the world
LR ANTIQUES
2230 Bissonnet
Houston TX 77005
Lora Levin, Rachel Bley
Tel: 713-857-3427
Fax: 713-935-0117
Email: lrantiques@lrantiques.com
www.lrantiques.com
HADA, ACNA
Fine Porcelain, Art Glass, Period Furniture,
and Works of Art
LYNDA WILLAUER ANTIQUES
2 India Street
Nantucket, MA 02554
Tel: 508-228-3631, 203-913-3363
Lynda Willauer, Emily Willauer
Email: info@lyndawillauerantiques.com
www.lyndawillauerantiques.com
English & Continental Furniture, Paintings, Chinese
Export Porcelain, Inlaid Boxes, Majolica and
Staffordshire Pottery
M. BYWORTH
88-90 Hatton Gardens, Suite 46/47
London EC1N 8PN
Peter Byworth
Tel: 44-207-2420918
Fax: 44-207-2421257
Email: bykegs@hotmail.com
www.byworth.com
F.G.A, G.I.A.
Antique and Contemporary Jewels
M. S. RAU ANTIQUES
630 Royal Street
New Orleans, LA 70130
Caroline Bozier & Rachel Fousdr
Tel: 800-544-9440
Fax: 504-566-0057
Email: info@rauantiques.com
www.rauantiques.com
NAWCC, ACGA, ASA, Musical Box
Society,Wedgewood Society of NY, Wedgewood
Society of Boston, Better Business Bureau
18th and 19th Century Antiques, Fine Art,
Exquisite Jewelry
MACKLOWE GALLERY, LTD.
667 Madison Avenue
New York, NY 10065
Benjamin Macklowe, Lary Matlick
Tel: 212-644-6400
Fax: 212-755-6143
Email: email@macklowegallery.com
www.macklowegallery.com
AADLA, FADA, CINOA
Premier Dealer of Museum-Quality Twentieth Century
Decorative Arts and Estate Jewelry Since 1971
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MADE IN RUSSIA
P.O. Box 3075
Palm Beach, FL 33480
Denis Easter, Pene Caham
Tel: 561-832-1500
Fax: 561-655-9495
Email: djeaster@bellsouth.com
www.russianstore.com
Russian Icons and Related Eastern European Religious
Art
MALCOLM MAGRUDER
P.O. Box 2038
Milllwood, VA 22646
Malcolm Magruder
Tel: 540-630-1750
Email: malcolm8@verizon.net
THE MANHATTAN RARE BOOK CO.
1050 Second Avenue, Gallery 50E
New York, NY 10022
Jeremy O’Connor
Tel: 212-326-8907
Fax:212-355-4403
Email: info@manhattanrarebooks.com
Web: www.manhattanrarebooks.com
BADA,SLAD,IFPDA,AADLA,ABAA.ILAB
First Edition of Important Books in All Fields from
1500 to The Present
MARK J. WEST
P.O. Box 595
Redhill, Surrey RH1 3XB
United Kingdom
Mark West
Tel: 44-17-3764-3646
Fax: 44-17-3764-3646
Email: westglass@aol.com
www.markwest-glass.com
BADA, CINOA
18th, 19th and 20th Century English and
Continental Table Glass
MCCARTY GALLERY
7733 Winston Road
Philadelphia, PA 19118
Mark McCarty
Tel: 215-247-5220
Fax: 215-247-4114
Email: mamgallery@yahoo.com
www.mccartygallery.com
American and European Paintings
MCCOLL FINE ART
208 East Boulevard
Charlotte, NC 28203
Joseph A. Panarelli
Tel: 704-333-5983
Fax: 704-333-5816
Email: info@mccollfineart.com
www.mccollfineart.com
FADA
19th and Early 20th Century American and European
Paintings
MICHAEL A. LATRAGNA FINE ART
8229 South Wind Bay Circle
Fort Myers, FL 33908
Michael Latragna
Tel: 239-590-0210, 585-230-4522
Fax: 239-590-0210
Email: artman@netacc.net
www.michaelalatragnafineart.com
American and European 19th and 20th Century
Paintings
MICHAEL BORGHI FINE ART
523 Knickerbocker Road
Tenafly, NJ 07670
Michael Borghi
Tel: 201-248-4732
Fax: 201-560-0928
Email: borghi@optonline.net
www.borghifineart.com
American 19th and 20th Century Paintings
MICHAEL PASHBY ANTIQUES
By Appointment
1235 Park Avenue
New York, NY 10128
Michael Pashby
Tel: 917-414-1827
Fax: 212-410-4777
Email: mpashby@michaelpashbyantiques.com
www.michaelpashbyantiques.com
AADLA, CINOA
Fine English Furniture from the 17th until the
Early 19th Century
MICHAEL S. HABER, LTD.
23 East Wynnewood Road
Wynnewood, PA 19096
Michael Haber
Tel: 610-896-4800
Fax: 610-896-5859
Email: michaelhaber@earthlink.net
Jewelers Board of Trade
Exquisite Antique and Estate Jewelry
MIDORI GALLERY
3168 Commodore Plaza
Miami, FL 33133
Sachi Wagner
Tel: 305-443-3399
Fax: 305-569-0911
Email: midorigallery@earthlink.net
www.midorigallery.com
Fine Antique Far Eastern Art and Collectibles,
such as: Netsuke and Sagemono, Furniture and Tansu,
Screens and Textiles, Sculpture, Folk Art
and Baskets
MONTANA JEWELRY INC.
76 West 47th Street, Suite 600
New York, NY 10086
Galina & Michael Zass
Tel: 212-719-5009
Fax: 212-719-1424
Email: mg2404@gmail.com
Fine Antiques and Sign Jewelry
MOYLAN-SMELKINSON/
THE SPARE ROOM
P.O. Box 4684
Baltimore, MD 21212
Jacqueline Smelkinson, Marcia Moylan
Tel: 410-435-3738, 410-963-3195
Fax: 410-435-3744
Email: spareroomantiques@att.net
www.spareroomantiques.com
Antiques Council
Georgian and Victorian Jewelry, 18th and 19th Century
English Ceramics and Decorative Objects
NEIL MARRS
10 West 47th Street, Booth 31
New York, NY 10036
Neil Marrs
Tel: 917-603-7402
Email: neilmarrs@yahoo.com
www.neilmarrs.com
Signed 20th Century Fine Jewelry
NELSON RARITIES, INC.
2 Monument Square
Portland, ME 04101
Andrew Nelson, Malcom Logan
Tel: 207-775-3150
Fax: 207-775-4345
Email: rarities@nelsonrarities.com
www.nelsonrarities.com
Fine Antiques and Estate Jewelry including Art
Nouveau, Edwardian and Art Deco Jewelry
NULA THANHAUSER, LLC
P.O. Box 5106
East Hampton, NY 11937
Nula & Roger Thanhauser
Tel: 631-329-1953, 215-266-2888
Email: rthanhauser@aol.com
www.nulathanhauser.com
Antique and Signature Purses and Accessories
ONESSIMO FINE ART
4530 PGA Boulevard, Suite 101
Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418
Debra Onessimo, Craig Vitti
Tel: 561-355-8061, 866-810-2787
Fax: 561-355-8062
Email: contact@onessimofineart.com
www.onessimofineart.com
Specializing in world Renowned Contemporary Artists,
Modern Masters, and European Impressionists
ONLY AUTHENTICS
New York, NY
Charles Rogers
Tel: 917-685-6115
Email: Charlesvirgil@gmail.com
www.onlyauthentics.net
Finest in Branded Luxury Accessories,
Specializing in Vintage, Runway Limited Edition,
Hermès, Chanel and Louis Vuitton
OWL’S ROOST ANTIQUES
Appointments only
767 41st Street
Miami Beach, FL 33140
Sandy & Lisa Steinberg
Tel: 305-864-5905
Fax: 305-868-4604
Email: owllady1@bellsouth.net
www.owlsroost.com
ISA
Fine Antique and Estate Jewelry, Objet d'Art
PAPILLON GALLERY
8272 Melrose Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90046
Martin Wolpert, Emily Mullins
Tel: 323-655-2205, 323-365-1577
Fax: 323-655-2207
Email: papillong@gmail.com
www.papillongallery.com
European and American Paintings, Sculptures
from the Period 1850–1950 with Emphasis
on The School of Paris
PAT SALING
608 Fifth Avenue, Suite 801
New York, NY 10020
Pat Saling
Tel: 212-582-3355
Fax: 212-582-6684
Email: info@patsaling.com
www.patsaling.com
Antique, Estate and Precious Jewelry
PATTI ESBIA ANTIQUE
& ESTATE JEWELRY
326 Peruvian Avenue, #1
Palm Beach, FL 33480
Patti Esbia
Tel: 561-833-9448
Fax: 561-833-9428
Email: esbia@aol.com
www.esbiajewelry.com
The Unusual in Every Period
PEARL MASTERS, INC.
576 5th Avenue, #701
New York, NY 10036
Saeed Haroonian
Tel: 212-869-8433
Fax: 212-869-8434
Email: pearlmastersinc@hotmail.com
Diamond Dealers Club (DDC)
South Sea Pearls
PERCY’S SILVER, LONDON
The London Silver Vaults
Chancery Lane, London WC2A 1QS
United Kingdom
David Simons, Paul Simons
Tel: 312-841-2424
Email: sales@percys-silver.com
www.percys-silver.com
Fine Antique and Decorative Silver and Rare
English Claset Jugs
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PERRISUE SILVER
P.O. Box 2353
Princeton, NJ 08540
Perrisue Silverstein
Tel: 609-924-2141
Fax: 609-924-7608
Email: vicsil@aol.com
Jewelry 1920–Present
PHILIP CHASEN ANTIQUES
10 Sugar Tome Ridge
East Norwich, NY 11732
Philip Chasen
Tel: 516-922-2090
Fax: 516-922-2029
Email: philchasen@aol.com
www.chasenantiques.com
Art Nouveau and Art Deco Glass, Louis Icart
Etchings, American Pottery
PIERRE/FAMILLE
600 East Cooper Avenue
Aspen, CO 81611
Donald Stone, Judith Family
Tel: 970-925-9161
Fax: 970-925-1038
Email: pfamille@rof.net
www.pierrefamille.com
Exceptional Period Jewels and Rare
Natural Stones
PRIMAVERA GALLERY
210 11th Avenue at 25th Street, Suite 800
New York, NY 10001
Audrey Friedman, Haim Manishevitz
Tel: 212-924-6600
Fax: 212-924-6602
Email: contact@primaveragallery.com
www.primaveragallery.com
Fine Signed Period Jewelry and Decorative Arts from
20th Century Design Movements
PROVIDENT JEWELRY
331 Clematis Street
West Palm Beach, FL 33401
Rob Samuels
Tel: 561-833-7755
Fax: 561-833-8763
Email: robsamuels@hotmail.com
www.providentjewelry.com
JEFFREY PURTELL/
STEUBEN GLASS
31 Pleasant Point Drive
Portsmouth, NH 03801
Jeffrey F. Purtell
Tel: 800-973-4331
Fax: 603-422-0464
Email: jfpurtell@steubenpurtell.com
www.steubenpurtell.com
Specializing in the Purchase and Sale
of Post-Carder Steuben Glass
RAYMOND LEE JEWELERS
22191 Powerline Road
Boca Raton, FL
Jeff Josephson
Tel: 561-750-7808
Fax: 561-750-8005
Email: jeff@webuybigdiamonds.com
www.webuybigdiamonds.com
IWJG, NAWCC
Antique, Estate Jewelry, Watches, GIA Diamonds
RED FOX FINE ART
P.O. Box 385
Middleburg, VA 20118
Turner Reuter, Jr.
Tel: 540-687-5780
Fax: 540-687-3338
Email: info@redfoxfineart.com
www.redfoxfineart.com
FADA
Fine 19th and 20th Century Paintings
and Sculpture, est. 1970
REHS DIAMONDS
579 5th Avenue, #1160
New York NY 10017
Alan Rehs
Tel: 212-750-6163
Fax: 212-688-5883
Email: alan@rehsdiamonds.com
www.rehsdiamonds.com
DDE, DMIA
Diamonds, Diamond Jewelry, Estate Jewelry
REHS GALLERIES, INC.
5 East 57th Street
New York, NY 10022
Howard L. Rehs
Tel: 212-355-5710
Fax: 212-355-5742
Email: rehsgal@aol.com
www.rehs.com
FADA, AADLA, CINOA
Important 19th–21st Century Works of Art
RICHTERS JEWELS
224 Worth Avenue
Palm Beach, FL 33480
Stefan Richter
Tel: 561-655-0774
Fax: 561-655-1334
Email: rpbjewels@aol.com
ROBERT LLOYD
Manhattan Antiques Center, Gallery #63
1050 Second Avenue
New York, NY 10022
Robert Lloyd
Tel: 212-750-8752
Email: rlloydinc@aol.com
www.robertlloydinc.com
American Silver of the 18th & Early 19th Centuries, English,
Irish and Scottish Silver of the 16th–19th Centuries
ROSENBERG DIAMONDS & CO.
233 South Federal Highway, Suite 107
Boca Raton, FL 33432
David Rosenberg
Tel: 561-477-5444
Fax: 561-477-5222
Email: info@rosenbergdiamonds.com
www.rosenbergdiamonds.com
WFDB, DBSEUS
Rare and Important White and Natural Fancy Color
Diamonds & High Jewels
S & J STODEL
Vault 24, The Silver Vaults, Chancery Lane
London, WC2A 1QS
United Kingdom
Stephen Stodel, Jeremy Stodel
Tel: 44-207-405-7009
Fax: 44-207-262-6366
Email: stodel@msn.com
www.chinesesilver.com
BADA, CINOA
English Silver from the 18th–20th Century,
Chinese Export Silver
SALLEA ANTIQUES
66 Elm Street
New Canaan, CT 06840
Sally Kaltman, Jan Kach
Tel: 203-972-1050
Fax: 203-972-1567
Email: info@salleaantiques.com
www.salleaantiques.com
CINOA, AADLA
English 18th Century Tea Caddies, French Boxes,
Chinese Export Porcelain — 18th and 19th Century,
Japanese Imari Porcelain and Anglo Indian Boxes
SANDRA CRONAN, LTD.
16 Albemarle Street, First Floor
London, W1S 4HW
United Kingdom
Catherine Edwards
Tel: 44-207-491-4851
Fax: 44-207-293-2758
Email: enquiries@sandracronan.com
www.sandracronan.com
BADA
Fine Antique and Period Jewels
SANTOS—LONDON
21 Old Court House
London W8 4PD
United Kingdom
Alberto Santos
Tel: 44-207-937-6000
Fax: 44-207-937-3351
Email: santos@santoslondon.com
www.santoslondon.com
BADA, CINOA
Chinese Export Porcelain, 16th to 19th Centuries
SCHNEIBLE FINE ART
837 Bay Road
Shelburne, VT 05482
Douglas Schneible
Tel: 802-279-7601
Email: acgdoug@aol.com
www.artscraftsgal.com
Asian Art including Chinese Neolithic Art,
Buddhist Art, Jade, Stone, Wood, and Pottery,
Japanese Antique Stone Garden Sculpture
including Lanterns, Tsukabai, and Early
Architectural Landscaping Stones, Chinese
Contemporary Extraordinary Natural Stone Paintings,
“Dreamstones”
SHERRY SHEAF & CO. INC
135 San Lorenzo Avenue, Suite 790
Miami, FL 33146
Sherry Sheaf, Anette Rizzi
Tel: 954-568-5808, 305-445-9356
Fax: 954-568-2334
Email: sherry@sherrysheaf.com
www.sherrysheaf.com
Purveyor of Exquisite Jewelry and Fine South
Sea Pearls
SHREVE, CRUMP & LOW
440 Boylston Street
Boston, MA 02116
David Walker
Tel: 800-275-7088
Fax: 617-527-7244
Email: info@scljewelers.com
www.shrevecrumpandlow.com
Rare Antique and Estate Jewelry. Fine Colorless and
Fancy Colored Diamonds, Precious Gemstones
SPENCER MARKS, LTD.
P.O. Box 330
Southampton, MA 01073
Spencer Gordon, III, Mark F. McHugh
Tel: 413-527-7344
Email: info@spencermarks.com
www.spencermarks.com
AADLA, ADA, Antiques Council, CINOA
Fine Antique and 20th Century Silver
SPENCER WEISZ GALLERIES, LTD.
843 West Chicago Avenue
Chicago, IL 60642
Spencer Weisz
Tel: 312-527-9420, 312-923-0910
Email: grndvl@aol.com
www.antiqueposters.com
IVPDA, International Poster Dealers Association
Original Vintage Advertisings & Lithographs
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STEPHEN KALMS ANTIQUES
Vaults 13/15 and 31/32
London Silver Vault, Chancery Lane
London, WC2A 1QS
United Kingdom
Stephen Kalms
Tel: 44-207-430-1254
Fax: 44-207-405-6206
Email: stephen@kalmsantiques.com
www.kalmsantiques.com
LAPADA
Victorian and Georgian Silver and
Contemporary pieces
STEVEN NECKMAN, INC.
36 NE 1st Street, #1046
Miami, FL 33132
Steven Neckman, Wendie Gold
Tel: 305-755-9030
Fax: 305-755-9136
Email: info@stevenneckman.com
www.stevenneckman.com
Mid-Late 20th Century Bold Yellow Gold Jewelry,
Plus Diamond Jewelry
SUE BROWN
1-7 Davies Mews
Mayfair, London W1K 5AB
United Kingdom
Sue Brown, John Weysom
Tel: 917-216-9128, +44 207-491 4287
Email: sue@antique-rings.co.uk
www.antique-rings.co.uk
LAPADA, CINOA, Society of Jewelry Historians
Quirky Jewelry from the Past
SYMBOLIC & CHASE
30 Old Bond Street
London, W1S 4QJ
England
Martin Travis, Anna Dieslel
Tel: 02074999902
Fax: 02074999903
Email: info@symbolicchase.com
www.symbolicchase.com
BADA
Fine Jewelry and Objects D’Art
TK ASIAN ANTIQUITIES
1654 Jamestown Road
Williamsburg, VA 23185
Fuller Building, 41 East 57th Street, Suite 1125
New York, NY 10022
Michael C. Teller
Tel: 757-253-0769, NY Tel: 212-644-1103
Fax: 757-220-2636, NY Fax: 212-644-3928
Email: tkoriental@widomaker.com
NY Email: tkasianantiquities@verizon.net
www.tkasianantiquities.com
The world's premier dealer in scientifically
documented Asian Antiquities. Specializing
in Ancient Eurasian Gold and Silver, Unique
and Extraordinary Ancient Chinese Ceramic
Sculpture. While still having one of the finest
and largest collections of Antique Chinese
Furniture and Contemporary Masterpieces
of Dali Dreamstones
TOJ GALLERY
420 Adam’s Street
Tel: 410-626-0770, 443-995-5377
Fax:410-626-0770
Susan L. Tillipman
Email: susan@tojgallery.com
www.tojgallery.com
AAPA, American Art Pottery Association
Vintage and Contemporary European and American
Art Pottery and Japanese Woodblock Prints
TOM VEILLEUX GALLERY
75 Market Street, Suite 104
Portland, ME 04101
Tom Veilleux
Tel: 207-828-0784
Email: info@tomveilleux.com
www.tomveilleux.com
Specializing in American Art from the first half
of the 20th Century
TOP ART GALLERY
19201 Collins Avenue
Sunny Isle, FL 33160
Avram Saban
Tel: 305-937-3751
Email: topart@bellsouth.net
www.topartgallerymiami.com
Important European Paintings, Old Masters,
Impressionist, Post-Impressionist, Modern, and
Contemporary
TOULOUSE ANTIQUE GALLERY
3701 Highland Avenue
Manhattan Beach, CA 90266
John and Aurora Dugan
Tel: 310-503-0152
Fax: 310-372-0422
Email: toulouseantiques@aol.com
www.toulouseantiques.com
LAPADA, ISA
19th Century Furniture and Decorative Arts
TRINITY HOUSE PAINTINGS
50 Maddox Street
London, Mayfair, W1S 1AY
United Kingdom
67 High Street
Broadway, Worcestershire, WR12 7DP
United Kingdom
Simon Shore, Steven Beale
Gallery Tel: 01144 1386 859 329
US Cell: 347 827 5132
Simon Shore Cell: 01144 7866 419 666
Steven Beale Cell: 01144 7958 679 762
email: art@trinityhousepaintings.com
www.trinityhousepaintings.com
BADA, LAPADA, CINOA
Post Impressionist and Modern British Paintings
VALERIO ANTIQUES, INC.
250 Valencia Avenue
Coral Gables, FL 33134
Waltford Gonzalez
Tel: 305-448-6779
Fax: 305-444-1634
Email: mail@valerioartdeco.com
www.valerioartdeco.com
Art Deco Furnishings
VALLEJO GALLERY
1610 West Coast Highway
Newport Beach, CA 92663
Joseph T. Vallejo
Tel: 949-642-7945
Fax: 949-631-3161
Email: vallejogallery@earthlink.net
www.vallejogallery.com
FADA
Maritime and Marine Theme Paintings, Nautical
Antiques and Artifacts
VENDOME, INC.
1187 Coast Village Road, #1-496
Santa Barbara, CA 93108
Deborah Wilson, Cindy Grubbs
Tel: 805-969-5997
Fax: 805-565-1112
Email: cindyg100@cox.net, vendome@cox.net
www.vendomeinc.com
AGTA, ASJH
Fine Antique and Estate Jewelry
VERONIQUE BAMPS
Le Patio Palace #626, 41 Avenue
Hector Otto, 98000 Monaco
Michel Osipenco
Tel: +377 9797 3757
Email: info@veroniquebamps.com
SNA, CRAB
Fine Antique and Estate Jewelry
VILLA DEL ARTE GALLERIES
Calle Tapineria 39
Barcelona, Spain 08002
Nemo Jantzen
Tel: +34-93-268-06-73
Fax: +34-93-310-34-35
Email: info@villadelarte.com
www.villadelarte.com
Contemporary Art: Paintings, Photography, Sculptures
VINCENT VALLARINO FINE ART LTD.
120 East 65th Street
New York, NY 10021
Vincent Vallarino, Jennie Enright
Tel: 212-628-0722
Fax: 646-607-9470
Email: info@vallarinofineart.com
www.vallarinofineart.com
FADA
Specialize in Post-War American Abstract
Expressionism including Artists from The First and
Second Generation New York School of Action Painters
WEINREB DIAMOND
& ESTATE JEWELERS
1312 Reisterstown Road
Baltimore, MD 21208
Nick Weinreb, Jacqui Juter
Tel: 410-653-7100
Fax: 410-653-7100
Email: weinrebdiamond@gmail.com
www.adiamond.com
Diamond and Fine Estate Jewelry
WELLESLEY HOUSE, LTD.
P.O. Box 42
Lake Forest, IL 60045
Andrew & Kelly Vogel
Tel: 847-735-9773, 847-417-6649
Fax: 847-735-9774
Email: wellesleyhouse@me.com
www.wellesleyhouse.com
Extraordinary English Antiques
WHITLEY COLLECTION
2190 NW 87th Avenue
Doral, FL 33172
Gregg Whittecar, Alfredo Barrios
Tel: 786-464-1818, 305-527-1828
Fax: 786-464-1950
Email: alfredo@eostone.com
Web: www.whitleycollection.com
WILLIAM COOK
15 Bridge Street
Hungerford, Berkshire RG17 OEG
United Kingdom
William Cook
Tel: 44-14-8868-1254, 44-78-8503-1301
Fax: 44-16-7251-4455
Email: info@williamcookantiques.com
www.williamcookantiques.com
LAPADA
English and European 18th and Early 19th Century
Furniture and Objects
WINICK-RUNSDORF
34 West 47th Street
New York, NY 10036
Richard Winick, Karl Warman
Tel: 212-302 9555
Fax: 212-575-1991
Email: rwinick@winickdiamonds.com
www.winickdiamonds.com
Fine Jewelry and Gem Diamonds
YAFA JEWELRY
580 5th Avenue, Store 7
New York, NY 10036
Yafa & Maurice Moradof
Tel: 212-719-9828, 561-652-2085
Fax: 212-869-2016
Email: yafajewelry@verion.net
www.yafajewelry.com
YVEL USA
1 Yechiel Steinberg Street
Ramat Moza, Israel
654 Madison Avenue, Suite 701
New York, NY 10065
Isaac Levy
Tel: 972-2-6735811
NY Tel: 212-755-0688
Fax: 972-2-6735812
Email: yvel@yvel.com, usaservice@yvel.com
www.yvel.com
High-end Jewelry in 18k Gold, Pearls,
Gems, and Diamonds
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