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  • Tiffany & Co Antique Water Pitchers

    From the 13th century Middle English word “picher,” meaning earthen jug, the combination of elegance and utility exemplified in...

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  • Unique Vision of Willie Howard

    Freed slave Willie Howard only has two known works, two 1870s desks covered in strange applique, including snakes and...

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  • Restoring Motown Piano

    Legendary rock and roller, Paul McCartney has helped to commission Steinway & Sons in Astoria, Queens to help restore...

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  • A Story Behind Every Piece

    The four-piece set above, created in high 20-22 kt, heavy hammered gold, circa 2000, is the work of Ilias...

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  • Photo Album Possibly Tied to President

    Reported in The New York Times, Ian Brabner, an Delaware dealer is bringing a photo album that he says...

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  • Meissen Porcelain

    The first European hard-paste porcelain, Meissen porcelain was developed in 1708 by Ehrenfried Walther von Tschirnhaus. After his death...

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  • This Side of Paradise

    No Longer Empty, a public arts organization devoted to bringing contemporary art to a wider audience through site-specific public...

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  • Bigelow & Kennard Aesthetic Silver

    Above is an Aesthetic Movement Sterling silver tea and coffee service with applied accents from Bigelow & Kennard. Found...

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  • Independent Art Spaces Symposium

    The Independent Art Spaces Symposium on Saturday, March 31, 2012 celebrates and introduces the launch of the Art Spaces...

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  • Highlights Whitney Biennial 2012

    The Whitney Biennial 2012, the sixty-seven in a series of Annuals and Biennials since 1932, looks at the state...

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