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  • Earliest American Teabowl

    Recent Antiques magazine feature article “American Porcelain Teabowl” charts the fascinating history of domestic eighteenth-century porcelain, focusing on the...

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  • Herb & Dorothy: The Vogel Collection

    From independent filmmaker Megumi Sasaki comes Herb & Dorothy, the extraordinary story of an ordinary couple–a librarian and a...

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  • New Study of Metalwork Pioneer

    Reported in the New York Times, a new book “The Jewelry and Metalwork of Marie Zimmerman” by Manhattan furniture...

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  • Holiday Catch at Flying Cranes

    Flying Cranes Antiques Galleries #55, 56 & 58 at The Manhattan Art & Antiques Center, 1050 Second Ave., NYC,...

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  • The New York Historical Society Reopens

    The city’s oldest museum re-opens its doors Friday, November 11, after a $70 million renovation. Formerly a vault-like institution,...

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  • Modernist Bequest to the Whitney Museum

    In a five-year buying spree, energy tycoon John R. Eckel Jr. built an enviable collection of Modernist furniture and...

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  • The Emporer's Secret Garden

    Completed in 1776, the emperor Qianlong had a lavish palace built for his retirement, complete with 27 beautifully decorated...

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  • Missing Ivory Base of the Linsky Collection Sold to the Met

    Scott Defrin, gallery owner of The European Decorative Arts Company, located in Gallery #6 at The Manhattan Art &...

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  • The Akasaka Collection Makes an Imprint at the Center

    The Akasaka Collection, Gallery #14, is definitely making an imprint on The Center. This gallery, located on the left...

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  • Bruce Frank Primitive Art Gallery

    The Bruce Frank Primitive Art Gallery in New York City contains some of the finest antique and tribal art...

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