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EAST SIDE HOUSE SETTLEMENT 2013 WINTER ANTIQUES SHOW

59thAnnual Winter Antiques Show

A BENEFIT FOR EAST SIDE HOUSE SETTLEMENT

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Table of Contents

Th e 5 9 t h A n n ua l Wi n t e r A n t i q u e s S h ow 12

Letter from Kelly C. Coffey & Barry Sommers, Opening Night Party Chairs

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Acknowledgements from Catherine Sweeney Singer, Executive Director, Winter Antiques Show

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Welcome from Arie L. Kopelman, Chairman

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Advertisements

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Acknowledgments & Committees

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Index of Advertisers

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Philanthropists, Benefactors, Collectors

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Loan Exhibition Committee

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Letter from Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg

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Welcome from Peter Standish, President, East Side House Settlement Board of Managers

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Honorary Co-Chairs: Mr. & Mrs. Claudio Del Vecchio and Lady Henrietta Spencer-Churchill

Title page images: Hirschl & Adler Galleries, Inc. Joan B. Mirviss, Ltd. Peter Fetterman Gallery Table of contents images, this page: Barbara Israel Garden Antiques Adelson Galleries, Inc. Opposite page, from left: Moderne Gallery Gerald Peters Gallery Rupert Wace Ancient Art Limited

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2013 Winter Antiques Show

Exhibitors 48

Exhibitors’ Listings

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Exhibitors’ Advertisements

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Vetting Committee

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Floor Plan of Exhibitors

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Table of Contents

East Side House Settlement 157

Board of Managers & Programs

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The Heritage Society

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Foundations, Corporations & Trusts

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Individual & Group Gifts

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Winter Antiques Show Education Fund

Special Events

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2012 Opening Night Party

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2012 Young Collectors Night

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Young Collectors Night Committee

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Designers Preview Committee


2013 Winter Antiques Show

Rosecliff, The Preservation Society of Newport County

Features 161

East Side House Settlement: Building Futures through Education and Technology

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2013 Loan Exhibition Newport: The Glamour of Ornament Celebrating The Preservation Society of Newport County


2013 Winter Antiques Show

Opening Night Party Chairs Kelly C. Coffey & Barry Sommers

Thank you for joining us at the 59th Annual Winter Antiques Show. We are delighted to sponsor this iconic event, which has become a dynamic gathering of connoisseurs and philanthropists from around the world. Renowned for showcasing the “best of the best” from antiquity to modern times, the Winter Antiques Show also provides a truly outstanding philanthropic opportunity: all of the Show’s profits go directly to East Side House Settlement. That alone is reason to celebrate. East Side House serves nearly 8,000 people in and around the South Bronx. One of New York City’s most respected social service organizations, its focus is on education and technology training as gateways out of poverty. In September 2013, East Side House will open a transfer high school for youth at serious risk of dropping out—just one example of the innovative ways it delivers hope to young people, their families and their community. We applaud this dedication by East Side House and we share that passion to make a difference. The JPMorgan Chase Foundation also focuses on high-poverty neighborhoods in cities where we do business. Our goal is to lead a renaissance—improving educational and job opportunities, reducing crime and dramatically raising the quality of life. In 2011, JPMorgan Chase & Co. and the Foundation gave more than $200 million to nonprofits worldwide who are focused on these essential ways to help individuals and neighborhoods lift themselves out of poverty. The 260,000-plus professionals of JPMorgan Chase & Co. embrace this spirit as well, setting up food and supply drives throughout the Tri-State area in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. They also made donations to major nonprofits, which we were proud to match. It is our pleasure to share your commitment to improving people’s lives, to the Winter Antiques Show and East Side House Settlement. We thank you again for joining us in this celebration of the ultimate in antiques—and in service to others.

Kelly C. Coffey New York City Head J.P. Morgan Private Bank

Barry Sommers Chief Executive Officer Chase Wealth Management

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2013 Winter Antiques Show

Arie L. Kopelman Chairman

East Side House Settlement created and has always managed the Winter Antiques Show. It is important to point out that we are the only major show in New York where all profits from the event go directly to the charity. This funding is absolutely critical since it supports our mission in one of the poorest congressional districts in the country. Our dealers have always referred to the Winter Antiques Show as “East Side� -- their partnership with the charity is all about a real team effort. We are so proud that, working together, the Winter Antiques Show continues to set the standard for excitement and excellence. This year the Loan Exhibition celebrates The Preservation Society of Newport County. We are very excited to present such an unusual and dramatic exhibit, and we extend our deepest gratitude to everyone who worked so hard to make it happen. As always, I would like to thank the staff at East Side House Settlement for their ongoing commitment and enthusiasm. The Winter Antiques Show Committee dedicates the outcome of our efforts to these exceptional individuals; their remarkable achievements continue to be our ultimate motivation.

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Acknowledgments 2013 Winter Antiques Show

J.P. MORGAN Presenting Sponsor

CHUBB PERSONAL INSURANCE Sponsor of the Loan Exhibition for the Seventeenth Year

1stdibs Design Sponsor and Sponsor of the Designers’ Preview THE MAGAZINE ANTIQUES Media Sponsor and Sponsor of the Vetting Committee Luncheon for the Twenty-First Year ANTIQUES & FINE ART Media Sponsor and East Side House Settlement Sponsor for the Thirteenth Year WINTER ANTIQUES SHOW DEALERS’ COMMITTEE Chair ELIZABETH FELD ANDREW CHAIT SIMON EDSOR KIM HOSTLER ELLEN ISRAEL JAMES MCCONNAUGHY DAVID SCHORSCH PATRICK BELL Chair ex officio

WINTER ANTIQUES SHOW Executive Director CATHERINE SWEENEY SINGER Assistant Director ASHLEY RETTENMAIER EULA C. JOHNSON Show Coordinator GROUP M Invitation Design, Media Kit Web Site, Ad Portal Web Site DAN MEEKER Show and Lighting Design BILL TANSEY Show Decor RUBENSTEIN COMMUNICATIONS INC. Public Relations MEDIAEDGE:CIA Advertisement Agency WORX BRANDING & ADVERTISING Web Site, Collateral, and Advertising Design SELECT CONTRACTING Show Construction PARK AVENUE ARMORY CANARD INC. Caterers CITADEL SECURITY AGENCY Catalogue ANNE ELLIOTT PAIGE Editor GROUP M DESIGN Design & Production JILL A. BOSSERT Director of Advertising Sales PHOENIX LITHOGRAPHING CORPORATION Printing

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Opening Night Party 2013 Winter Antiques Show

Honorary Co-Chairs MRS. & MRS. CLAUDIO DEL VECCHIO LADY HENRIETTA SPENCER-CHURCHILL BIID FIIDA WINTER ANTIQUES SHOW COMMITTEE Chairman ARIE L. KOPELMAN Vice Chairs LUCINDA C. BALLARD MICHAEL R. LYNCH COURTNEY E. BOOTH GENEVIEVE WHEELER BROWN JAY E. CANTOR RICHARD L. CHILTON JR. STEPHANIE B. CLARK MARTHA VIETOR GLASS MRS. THOMAS SHIRCLIFF GLOVER MRS. LESLIE KENO STEPHEN J. KETCHUM GEORGE G. KING HELEN FRECH KIPPAX LIZ PEEK EMILY ISRAEL PLUHAR LINDSEY S. PRYOR RUTH H. SMITHERS

OPENING NIGHT PARTY Chairs KELLY C. COFFEY Head of Private Bank, New York City, J.P. Morgan BARRY SOMMERS CEO, Chase Wealth Management

Vice Chairs MR. & MRS. JAMES P. BARROW MR. & MRS. RICHARD L. CHILTON JR. MR. & MRS. MARVIN H. DAVIDSON MR. & MRS. THOMAS M. EVANS JR. JERRY LAUREN DEANNE LEVISON SUZANNE LOVELL MICHAEL LYNCH & SUSAN BAKER THE HONORABLE & MRS. EARLE I. MACK MILLIE MCGEHEE LIZ & JEFF PEEK DR. & MRS. JAMES S. REIBEL MR. & MRS. CHARLES M. ROYCE MR. & MRS. JOHN B. RUTTENBERG LILY SAFRA MARGARET RITCHIE SCAIFE MRS. CHARLES F. SMITHERS LENORE & PETER STANDISH TAKESHI & MAKIKO UESHIMA MR. & MRS. CHARLES G. WARD III OPENING NIGHT PARTY COMMITTEE Cetie Nippert Ames & Anthony Ames Jeremy H. Biggs CeCe Black Bloomberg Dr. & Mrs. Robert E. Booth Jr. Colin & Nancy Campbell Mr. & Mrs. Stewart B. Clifford Mr. & Mrs. Edgar M. Cullman Jr. Lucy & Mike Danziger Mrs. Roland W. Donnem Kathleen M. Doyle David L. Duffy & Marcelline Thomson Susan Dunne Mr. & Mrs. Charles P. Durkin Jr. Ian Bruce Eichner Heather Richards Evans Andrea Henderson Fahnestock & George A. Hambrecht Robert & Bobbie Falk Mr. & Mrs. J. Pepe Fanjul Lawrence F. Flick IV

Michael A. Kovner & Jean Doyen de Moutaillou Leonard A. Lauder Stephen & Petra Levin H. Eugene & Terry J. Lockhart Jill Lord & Stephen Byrd Ursula & Paul Lowerre Anne & Jack McAlinden Virginia & Timothy Millhiser Mr. Dan Monroe & Mrs. Catherine Wygant James G. Niven Alex Papachristidis & Scott Nelson Peter Pennoyer Sandra Pershing & Marc Keller Thomas H. Remien & Mary Anne Hunting Mr. & Mrs. Robin Roberts David Rockefeller Daniel & Joanna S. Rose Pam & Bill Royall William Ruprecht

David B. Ford & Pamela Fielder Mr. & Mrs. Austin Fragomen James L. Freeman Marilyn & Lawrence Friedland Allen Gerry Nan & Chuck Geschke Karen & Tom Glover Mrs. David M. Grimes II Martin & Audrey Gruss Mr. & Mrs. Geoffrey Gund Mrs. Rogers Parke Hanahan Mrs. Joseph H. Hennage Richard & Catherine Herbst Dr. & Mrs. Donald M. Herr Helen & Patrick Herssens Marjorie & Simon Hewett Jane & Michael Hoffman Barbara & Amos B. Hostetter Jr Ay-Whang & Sven E. Hsia Mr. & Mrs. Wm. Mitchell Jennings Jr Karen Keane & Stephen Fletcher Richard & Debra Kolman

John & Margaret Ruttenberg Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Schwarzman Todd Schwebel William & Rose-Marie Shanahan Mrs. H. Virgil Sherrill Andrew & Julie Siff Ruth H. Smithers W. W. Stahl Jr. Lois & Arthur Stainman Mr. & Mrs. Robert K. Steel Joan & Michael Steinberg Mr. & Mrs. Edward Symes III Mr. & Mrs. A. Alfred Taubman David Teiger Lizzie & Jonathan Tisch Mr. & Mrs. Hans P. Utsch Mr. & Mrs. William Vareika Anthony W. Wang Bunny Williams Philip L. Yang Roy J. Zuckerberg & Tara E. Kelleher (List Incomplete)

SPECIAL EVENTS COMMITTEE Chair Mrs. Roland W. Donnem Vice Chairs Martha Vietor Glass Helen Frech Kippax Mrs. J. Michael Loening Mrs. Michael Nash Ambler Mrs. Stewart B. Clifford Mrs. John D. Gilliam Mrs. Lorin Hodges Christine Janis Mrs. Eric B. Latos Mrs. George L. Selden

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Opening Night Party 2013 Winter Antiques Show

PHILANTHROPISTS Lucinda C. Ballard Mr. & Mrs. James P. Barrow Dayton T. Carr Mr. & Mrs. Richard L. Chilton Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Marvin H. Davidson Mr. & Mrs. Thomas M. Evans Jr. Teresa Heinz Coco & Arie L. Kopelman Jerry Lauren

Deanne Levison Suzanne Lovell Michael Lynch & Susan Baker The Honorable & Mrs. Earle I. Mack Millie McGehee Liz & Jeff Peek Dr. & Mrs. James S. Reibel Melody Sawyer Richardson Mr. & Mrs. Charles M. Royce

Mr. & Mrs. John B. Ruttenberg Lily Safra Margaret Ritchie Scaife Mrs. Charles F. Smithers Lenore & Peter Standish Takeshi & Makiko Ueshima Edgar Wachenheim III Barbara S. Wainscott Mr. & Mrs. Charles G. Ward III

BENEFACTORS Cetie Nippert Ames & Anthony Ames Robert F. R. Ballard Max N. Berry Jeremy H. Biggs CeCe Black Bloomberg Dr. & Mrs. Robert E. Booth Jr. Colin & Nancy Campbell Mr. & Mrs. Stewart B. Clifford Mr. & Mrs. Edgar M. Cullman Jr. Lucy & Mike Danziger Mrs. Roland W. Donnem Kathleen M. Doyle Jamie Drake David L. Duffy & Marcelline Thomson Susan Dunne Mr. & Mrs. Charles P. Durkin Jr. Ian Bruce Eichner Heather Richards Evans Andrea Henderson Fahnestock & George A. Hambrecht Robert & Bobbie Falk Mr. & Mrs. J. Pepe Fanjul Katherine D. W. Findlay Lawrence F. Flick IV David B. Ford & Pamela Fielder Mr. & Mrs. Austin Fragomen James L. Freeman Marilyn & Lawrence Friedland Fay Gambee Alan Gerry Nan & Chuck Geschke Karen & Tom Glover RenĂŠe L. Greenberg Mrs. David M. Grimes II

Martin & Audrey Gruss Mr. & Mrs. Geoffrey Gund Mrs. Rogers Parke Hanahan Mrs. Joseph H. Hennage Richard & Catherine Herbst Dr. & Mrs. Donald M. Herr Helen & Patrick Herssens Marjorie & Simon Hewett Jane & Michael Hoffman Barbara & Amos B. Hostetter Jr. Ay-Whang & Sven E. Hsia Mr. & Mrs. Wm. Mitchell Jennings Jr. Linda H. Kaufman Karen Keane & Stephen Fletcher Keno Auctions Thomas A. Kligerman Richard & Debra Kolman Michael A. Kovner & Jean Doyen de Moutaillou Henry M. Lamour Leonard A. Lauder Stephen & Petra Levin H. Eugene & Terry J. Lockhart Jill Lord & Stephen Byrd Ursula & Paul Lowerre Susan E. Lynch Anne & Jack McAlinden Virginia & Timothy Millhiser Sally Minard Mrs. Stuart G. Moldaw Mr. Dan Monroe & Mrs. Catherine Wygant James G. Niven Alex Papachristidis & Scott Nelson Peter Pennoyer Sandra Pershing & Marc Keller Marguerite de la Poer

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Lindsey Pryor Suzy A. Reingold Thomas H. Remien & Mary Anne Hunting Mr. & Mrs. Robin Roberts David Rockefeller Daniel & Joanna S. Rose Lief D. Rosenblatt Pam & Bill Royall William F. Ruprecht John & Margaret Ruttenberg Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Schwarzman Todd Schwebel William & Rose-Marie Shanahan Mrs. H. Virgil Sherrill Andrew & Julie Siff Juliet Lea H. Simonds Ruth H. Smithers W. W. Stahl Jr. Lois & Arthur Stainman Mr. & Mrs. Robert K. Steel Joan & Michael Steinberg Robert A. M. Stern Merrielou H. Symes Mr. & Mrs. A. Alfred Taubman David Teiger Anthony Terranova Lizzie & Jonathan Tisch Suzanne Tucker Mr. & Mrs. Hans P. Utsch Mr. & Mrs. William Vareika Anthony W. Wang Bunny Williams Philip L. Yang Joan P. Young Roy J. Zuckerberg & Tara E. Kelleher


Opening Night Party 2013 Winter Antiques Show

COLLECTORS Mrs. Russell B. Aitken Gillian Attfield Jay & Barbara Belding Fabiola Beracasa Frank de Biasi Georgina M. Bissell Jess Brega Mrs. Mildred C. Brinn Mario Buatta Mr. & Mrs. George R. Bunn Jr. David & Alix Calligeros Robert S. Cohen Michael Conforti Joyce B. Cowin Tracy Williamson Dart Elliot Bostwick Davis Mr. & Mrs. Pinar Del Rio Maureen Footer Mr. & Mrs. William H. Foulk Jr. Michael I. Frankel & Joan Murtagh Frankel

John D. Gilliam Ruth Roby Glancy Susan Glesby Mark R. Goldweitz Dawne Marie Grannum Penny Grant MD RenĂŠe L. Greenberg Deborah & Allen Grubman Marjorie & Gurnee Hart Hannah L. Henderson John A. Herrmann Jr. Jim Hicks Mr. & Mrs. Joseph C. Hoopes Jr. Mrs. Eric L. Hoyle Leigh R. Keno Jeanie Kilroy Mr. & Mrs. John Kippax Mr. & Mrs. Robert W. Kleinschmidt Stephanie Kreiger Jacques Leviant

Hampton & Kevin Luzak Meredith Marshall Sandra & Holt Massey Ambassador J. W. Middendorf Charles A. Miller III Ms. Dolores O’Brien Miller & David Miller Mrs. Stanley R. Miller Alison Minton Melissa & Chappy Morris Hanno D. Mott & Grete Meilman Mr. & Mrs. George M. Muzinich Arnold & Hilda Neis John E. Oden Hon. Eugene Oliver Jr. Dr. & Mrs. Kevin B. Plancher Anne Sherrill Pyne Mr. & Mrs. Peter J. Regna Alexis Reynolds Franklin Riehlman Margaret Russell

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Mr. & Mrs. Andrew Saul Michael Paola Schulhof Kathryn Scott Mr. & Mrs. Stanley DeForest Scott Mr. & Mrs. George L. Selden Mr. & Mrs. Martin D. Shafiroff Mr. & Mrs. Cornelius Sigety Joseph Peter Spang Claire M. Stephenson Mr. & Mrs. George E. Stephenson II Elizabeth F. Stribling Matthew A. Thurlow Ernest de la Torre Jack & Rosalind Urbont Alan Wanzenberg Mary Jane Weiskopf Tanya & David Wells Ken Wilson


Loan Exhibition 2013 Winter Antiques Show

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Board of Trustees Chairman DONALD O. ROSS Vice Chairman ANGELA BROWN FISCHER Vice Presidents CAROL C. BALLARD, DAVID P. LEYS, ANGELA L. MOORE Treasurer MONTY BURNHAM Assistant Treasurer PETER S. DAMON Secretary ARTHUR W. MURPHY MORTIMER BERKOWITZ III KIM DARDEN

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Chief Executive Officer & Executive Director TRUDY COXE Director of Museum Affairs & Architectural Historian JOHN R. TSCHIRCH Chief Conservator CHARLES JEFFERS MOORE Curator PAUL F. MILLER Collections Manager MIRANDA LP KEAGLE Associate Curator CHARLES J. BURNS Research & Interpretation Coordinator CAITLIN EMERY

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Loan Exhibition 2013 Winter Antiques Show

NEWPORT: THE GLAMOUR OF ORNAMENT CELEBRATING THE PRESERVATION SOCIETY OF NEWPORT COUNTY SPONSORED BY

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2013 Loan Exhibition Committee Co-Chairs ALICE D. ROSS MARY VAN PELT

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PRESERVATIONISTS Mr. & Mrs. A. Leslie Ballard Mr. & Mrs. Frederick W. Beinecke Mr. & Mrs. Mortimer Berkowitz III Mrs. Thomas W. Blake Mr. & Mrs. Richard I. Burnham Dayton T. Carr Mr. & Mrs. Duncan A. Chapman Trudy Coxe & James P. Gaffney Nancy W. Cushing Mr. & Mrs. David W. Dangremond

Mr. & Mrs. Glenn M. Darden Mr. David B. Ford Mrs. Tracey Roberts Haigney Anne F. Hamilton Mr. & Mrs. Robin Herbert Mr. & Mrs. Ralph Heyward Isham Mr. & Mrs. Peter D. Kiernan III Mr. & Mrs. William L. Leatherman Kamie & Richard Lightburn Henry S. Lynn Jr. Bettie Bearden Pardee

Diana C. Prince Guillaume & Molly de Ramel, The de Ramel Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Eugene B. Roberts Jr. Alice & James Ross Mr. & Mrs. Donald O. Ross Archbold D. van Beuren van BeurenCharitable Foundation Mary Van Pelt Mark & AnaPaula Watson

ARTISANS Mr. & Mrs. Robert Bakish Dr. Holly Bannister & Mr. Douglas C. Newhouse Theresa Elmore Behrendt Lucy Darden Edward T. Harvey Mrs. Pierre duPont Irving

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THE CITY OF NEW YORK OFFI CE OF THE MAYOR NEW YORK, NY 10007

January 25, 2013

Dear Friends: It is a great pleasure to welcome everyone to the 59th Annual Winter Antiques Show at the Park Avenue Armory. As the home of some of the world’s finest museums, galleries, and antique collections, our City is proud to be known as an international cultural capital, and this week, designers, collectors, and shoppers will gather for a celebration of fine antiques and art from around the globe. For nearly six decades, this event has attracted residents and visitors alike, showcasing exceptional pieces of art ranging from ancient Roman glass to 20th-century furniture. This year’s show will be further enhanced by a special loan exhibition, Newport: The Glamour of Ornament, which features objects from eight historic Newport Mansions. And in its annual tradition of giving back to the community, proceeds from this event once again will benefit the East Side House Settlement, a community resource in the South Bronx which provides quality education and training programs that enable individuals to reach their full potential. We applaud this show’s organizing committee for its unwavering support of the East Side House Settlement and for making our City an even greater place to enjoy the arts. On behalf of all New Yorkers, please accept my best wishes for a wonderful event and continued success. Sincerely,

Michael R. Bloomberg Mayor

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2013 Winter Antiques Show

Peter Standish President of the Board of Managers East Side House Settlement

On behalf of the 8,000 individuals served by East Side House Settlement, welcome to the Winter Antiques Show! Thank you for supporting both a great cause and one of the most respected antiques shows in America. A trusted community resource, East Side House provides a continuum of high-performing educational programs and support services to residents of the South Bronx and surrounding communities, enabling them to improve their lives and attain self-sufficient status in society. As a patron of the Show, we would like you to understand just how valuable your participation is. Your support of the Show provides nearly 25 percent of East Side House’s private philanthropic budget, making it possible for us to continue to provide these needed services and respond to the complex, changing needs of the communities we serve. A proven partner, East Side House is sought out and selected by state and local government agencies and private funders to provide innovative and effective programs ranging from basic literacy to attendance improvement/drop-out prevention, college preparation and placement, technology and job readiness training. The return on the investment in our work is clear. We have expanded our reach and our impact significantly. More young people than ever before are seeking and receiving our services. Our high school programs alone, in partnership with New York City’s Department of Education, served 1,200 students in 2012, with the goal of serving 1,350 in 2013. More than 150 students completed high school in our college prep programs this year and 115 of those students are enrolling in college. In conjunction with our Community Technology program that provides computer classes and specialized training, East Side House’s Youth and Adult Education Services program has placed more than 325 young adults in meaningful employment. To help support the growing number of our college-bound students, the Winter Antiques Show Education Fund was established. Friends of the Show have given generously to the Fund, making dreams of a college education a reality for deserving youth. Please join us by adding your support for the young people we assist by contributing at www.eastsidehouse.org. We are tremendously proud of the Show and the work that it helps make possible at East Side House. Thank you for your generous support and enjoy the Show!

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Honorary Co-Chairs Mr. & Mrs. Claudio Del Vecchio Lady Henrietta Spencer-Churchill

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East Side House Settlement and the Winter Antiques Show are delighted to welcome Debra and Claudio Del Vecchio and Lady Henrietta Spencer-Churchill as this year’s Honorary Co-Chairs.

Mr. & Mrs. Claudio Del Vecchio Dedicated philanthropists Debra and Claudio Del Vecchio are proud supporters of numerous local, national, and international organizations. Their family business, Luxottica Group, is an internationally renowned eyewear manufacturer. The Del Vecchios purchased Brooks Brothers and created its non-profit entity, The Golden Fleece Foundation, which has raised millions of dollars on behalf of national charities including St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and the Make-a-Wish Foundation as well as numerous local organizations. A graduate of the Metropolitan School of Interior Design, Debra is a skilled interior design professional. Actively involved with several notable charities, she is a member of the Leadership Council of the Long Island Mentoring Partnership and serves on the Board of Trustees of Helen Keller Services for the Blind and the Theodore Roosevelt Council of the Boy Scouts of America. Both Del Vecchios have been honored by the Thomas Hartman Foundation and the Interfaith Nutrition Network for their unwavering dedication to helping those in need. In addition to his community service, Claudio has been honored with the World Economic Forum Award as a “Global Leader for Tomorrow.” He was named “Business Person of the Year” by the Hartford Business Journal and “Man of the Year” by the International Association of Clothing Designers & Executives.

Lady Henrietta Spencer-Churchill biid fiida The eldest daughter of the 11th Duke of Marlborough, Lady Henrietta has long been dedicated to the world of interior design, forming her first company, Woodstock Designs, in 1981. Her fabric and textile collections are sought internationally and her work encompasses full-service interior design and renovation of country house properties, with projects in Atlanta, New York, Virginia, and Dallas. Recent work outside the U.S. includes a house built by architect Lewis Edmund Cook; a Cape Dutch style house in Nevis, West Indies; a villa in Istanbul; and a 25,000 square-foot house in Scotland. Lady Henrietta is also an international lecturer and author. In addition to her philanthropic lectures —raising funds for Lupus Research, Camp Sunshine, and the Brenner Children’s Home—she has lectured at the Smithsonian, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Royal Ontario Museum, and the Victoria & Albert Museum. She is chairman of the “Churchill Memorial Concert,” an annual fundraiser held at her family home, Blenheim Palace. She has written more than a dozen books on classic design and entertaining, and her television programs include “A Moment of Luxury” on PBS.

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Mayor Michael Bloomberg, Diana Taylor

Gerrie Cobbs, Jean Dixon West

Judy Angelo, Jamie Niven

Tham Kannalikham, Ralph Harvard, Laura Lofaro Freeman, Jim Freeman

Margo Langenberg, Tony Bechara

Sam Dangremond, Daniel Colon

Cliff Love, Ruth Inniss, Gary Alexander

Tara Rockefeller

Thomas Jayne

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Kendra Daniels


Somers Farkas

Fernanda Kellogg

Yan Alssoun, Polina Proshkina

Lila Prounis, Amelia Prounis

Windi Grimes, Chesie Breen, Mary Durkin, Pat Durkin

Sheri Babbio, Broan Stewart, Stephanie Krieger

Opening Night Party 2012 Winter Antiques Show

Arie Kopelman, Diana Taylor, Lucinda Ballard, Mayor Michael Bloomberg

Dr. Anthony Ciancimino, Shirley Benfante, Stephen Harmison

Roman Hudson

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Hilary Cushing Block, Peggy Race


Candia Fisher, Jane Holzer

Dr. Penny Grant

Deborah Larrison, Julia Burke, Barbara Samuelson

Jean Shafiroff

Cece Black, Elizabeth Stribling

William Martini, Valerie Zolotova, Dennis Rolland

Deputy Mayor Patty Harris, Jim Hicks

George Hambrecht, Andrea Fahnestock

Tina Beriro, Simon Beriro

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Martha Stewart

Barbara Regna

Karen Glover, Genevieve Wheeler Brown

Rory Tahari, Elie Tahari Michel Witmer, Melinda Blinken, Ambassador Alan Blinken

Lee Fryd, Alison Minton

Norma McLeod, Diane Carter

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Mario Buatta, Barbara Tober, Donald Tober, Robert Zimmerman

Joanne Staderman, Bill Staderman

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Leslie Keno, Emily Keno


A 16th century sculpture of Fudo Myōō (The Protector) watches over the Entrance Gallery of this Skyline Penthouse featuring monumental Mazzega chandeliers, a pair of Maison Jensen chinoiserie commodes and monolithic “King” and “Queen” collages by Manolo Valdés.

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Jason Gafaell, Allyson Pachios, Rachel Robison, Adam Robison

Matt Melbo, Isabelle Siong

Courtney Booth, Alexa Hampton, Emily Israel Pluhar

Chelsea Wick, William Cullum

Elizabeth Quinn Brown, Tripp Potter, Lizzie Horvitz

Cristin DeVeer, Britt DeVeer

Thomas Jayne

Eboni Gates, Larry Bentley

Anastasia Siro

Carrie Rebora Barratt, Thomas Campbell

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Brooks Huston, Georgina Schaeffer, Phillip Thomas


Casey Pugatch, Andrea Putt

Daisy Prince

Lisa Yom, David Lipke

Stephanie Woodmanse, Ellie Clymer

Katherine Dines, Zev Eisenberg, Lara Bjรถrk

Nick Kotchuby, Eiseley Tauginas

Sam Dangremond, Stephanie Danhakl, Stefanos Kasselakis, Michaela English, Elijah Duckworth-Schachter

Young Collectors Night 2012 Winter Antiques Show

Emily Israel Pluhar, Nate Berkus, Wendy Goodman, Stephanie Clark, Courtney Booth

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Jim Fairfax

Nina Kiersted, Dana Ross, Santiago Baez


Lacary Sharpe, Rebecca Regan

Melissa Berkelhammer

Nate Berkus, Wendy Goodman

Lana Smith, Dionisio Fontana

Elizabeth Meigher

Ashley Krupin, Kate Hemphill

Charles Bent, Siobhan Paganelli

Elizabeth Pine, Christopher Spitzmiller

Damon Crane, John Eason

Kate Reynolds, Sydney Frasier


Jason Oliver Dickson, John Loecke

Vicomtesse Bianca Irwin

Jean Shafiroff

Kate Horvitz

Susanna Salk

Rod Winterrowd

Karen Cord

Lindsey Coral Harper

Young Collectors Night 2012 Winter Antiques Show

Lara Bjรถrk, Carter Brady, John Glass, Carly Van Ingen, Emilie Ghilaga

Julia Noran, Phillip Torr

Natalie Obradovich

Scott Currie, Jim Brodsky


Young Collectors Night Committee 2013 Winter Antiques Show

YOUNG COLLECTORS NIGHT AT THE WINTER ANTIQUES SHOW THURSDAY, JANUARY 31, 2013 7:00 P.M. to 9:00 P.M.

Official Media Sponsor Of Young Collectors Night

WITH APPRECIATION TO THE YOUNG COLLECTORS NIGHT LEADERSHIP Co-Chairs COURTNEY BOOTH STEPHANIE CLARK EMILY ISRAEL PLUHAR

Vice Chairs MELISSA D. BERKELHAMMER

EMILY & SCOTT McLELLAN

CAROLINE ROWLEY BOGGESS

ANIKA YAEL NATORI

CONSTANCE & JEFFREY T. BROWN

ELISE O’CONNELL & JOSH JENNINGS

DEVON & SCOTT CARAHER

JULIANNA OBEID

WILL CAREY

ALLYSON & CHRIS PACHIOS

ADAM DAWSON CRISTIN & BRITT deVEER

MARLIES VERHOEVEN REIJTENBAGH & JACCO REIJTENBAGH

KATHERINE DWYER

MARIE RENTSCHLER

MARILYN & KEN FAHRMAN

GRIFFITH ELIZABETH ROBERTS

LAUREL & MATTHEW FINE

GEORGINA SCHAEFFER

CLAY L. FLOREN

SHARON SHARMA-PATEL

DAWNE MARIE GRANNUM

LACARY SHARPE

ADAM CHARLES GREENBERGER

AMANDA K. STARBUCK

BROOKE HILTON

LIZ STERLING

KATE HORVITZ

RORIC TOBIN & JUSTIN CONCANNON

ANNE HUNTINGTON

LYDIA TOWER

ISABELLE KRUSEN

LYLE VIVOLO

JILL MARA & MATTHEW GARVER HAMILTON

ALEXANDRA BUCKLEY VORIS LISA YOM

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YOUNG COLLECTORS NIGHT AT THE WINTER ANTIQUES SHOW THURSDAY, JANUARY 31, 2013 7:00 P.M. to 9:00 P.M. Benefit Committee Emily Agress Eyal Arad Louise P. Armstrong Nicolle A. Austin Lucinda A. M. Ballard Elizabeth Beaman Sarah Benditt Lara Annika Bjork Kimberly Elisabeth Bohner Lauren Bonner Thomas Booth Olivia & Walker Brock Anna Burke Christine Senft Callahan Tripp Callan Justin de la Chapelle Sommer V. Chatwin Serena Tse Chun Damon Crain Beryl Crofton-Atkins Kipton Cronkite

Molly L. Cyphers Sam Dangremond Stephanie Danhakl Tina Daniels Rebecca & Luke Davis Will Deitrick John Douglas Eason G. Pennington Egbert III Melissa Fisher Sarah Small Gailliot Meghan & Jason Gefaell Bridget George Lauren Gioia Helena Grubesic Mr. & Mrs. Peder Gulbrandsen Catherine Henry Patrick Hojlo Kate Holderness Irene Hong Alexandra L. Hoyle Christina Hribar Taylor Hurt

Elizabeth Kalaris Megan E. Kimmins Elizabeth Kurpis Talis Lin H. Kingsley Lynch Ashley B. T. Ma Elizabeth Marshall Claire & David Maxwell Kate Monk Michael Moore John W. Munson Mark Murray Dennis & Roseline Michael Neveling Natalie Picot Nina Platt Katherine Plavan Alexandra Porter Elisabeth Holder Raberin & Pierre-Antoine Raberin Bill Radin Lauren Willig Ratcliffe

Kelly Redding Adam & Rachel Robison Nicki & Charles Rose David Rubaltelli Christopher & Robin Wood Sailer Dana Sandberg Alexandra Segalas Laura Stanley Eiseley Tauginas Katherine Thorpe Valerie H. Tocci Ann E. Trimble Jacqueline Valls Austin Varner Edward M. Vietor Jean M. Walshe Elizabeth Bauer Watt Liza Weiner Valerie L. Westcott Whitney Wolfe Jill Yankaskas & Christopher Wight

Interior Design Committee Chair WENDY GOODMAN Design Editor, New York magazine Kathy Abbott Interiors, Inc. Lisa Adams Penny Drue Baird Alan Barlis & Elaine Santos Kelly Behun Bella Mancini Design Sara Bengur Nate Berkus Bruce Bierman Samuel Botero & Emery von Sztankoczy Geoffrey N. Bradfield Alessandra Branca Ronald Bricke Milly de Cabrol Libby Cameron Sherrill Canet Eric Cohler Christopher Coleman

Cullman and Kravis Inc. Mark Cunningham Curated Michael R. Davis Jamie Drake Mark Epstein Steven Gambrel Jennifer Garrigues Interior Design Jill Goldberg Tori Golub Alexander Gorlin Philip Gorrivan Jennifer Gresinger Cristina Hadzi Alexa Hampton Lindsey Coral Harper Allison Hennessy Anthony Ingrao & Randolph Kemper

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Kevin Isbell Interiors Thomas Jayne Kemble Interiors Inc. Andre Kikoski Architect Laura Krey Malcolm James Kutner John Loecke & Jason Oliver Nixon Lovejoy Designs Janine Carendi MacMurray David Mann Marcy V. Masterson Christopher Maya Mara Miller & Jesse Carrier Michael & Alexandra Misczynski Richard Mishaan Benjamin Noriega-Ortiz & Steven Wine Alexandra Pappas & Tatyana Miron Ahlers

Elizabeth Pyne Miles Redd Lauren Rottet Scott Sanders Gil Schafer III Matthew Patrick Smyth James Stanley Robert Stilin Sara Gilbane Sullivan Andrew Suvalsky & Jenny Cella Rose Tarlow Phillip Thomas Keita Turner John Willey Bunny Williams Jeannine Williams Rod Winterrowd Joel Woodard


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DESIGNERS PREVIEW COMMITTEE

BELL-GUILMET ASSOCIATES

DOUGLAS DURKIN

WILLIAM HODGINS

BILLY NACEY

JEFFREY BILHUBER

DAVID EASTON

CHRISTOPHER HYLAND

ALEX PAPACHRISTIDIS

GEOFFREY BRADFIELD

PATRICK GALLAGHER

THOMAS JAYNE

PETER PENNOYER

ROBERT COUTURIER

MARIETTE HIMES GOMEZ

DAVID KLEINBERG

TODD SCHWEBEL

ELISSA CULLMAN

VICTORIA HAGAN

PETER MARINO

BETTY SHERRILL

JAMIE DRAKE

RALPH HARVARD

CHARLOTTE MOSS

MICHAEL SIMON SUZANNE TUCKER

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European and American antique jewelry, FabergĂŠ, gold snuffboxes and objets de vertu, Russian decorative and fine arts, including porcelain, glass, furniture, silver, paintings, and icons.

Booth 14 ARONSON OF AMSTERDAM

Nieuwe Spiegelstraat 39 P.O. Box 15556 1001 NB Amsterdam, The Netherlands +31 20 623 3103 Fax:+31 20 638 3066 Website: www.aronson.com E-mail: mail@aronson.com Some of the earliest and rarest objects produced by the Delft factories in the 17th century, as well as a superb collection of 18th-century animals, figures, plaques, chargers, and other interesting wares.

Booth 8 ADELSON GALLERIES, INC. 823 Park Avenue, 1st Floor New York, New York 10021 By appointment (212) 439-6800 Fax: (212) 439-6870 Warren Adelson & Elizabeth Oustinoff Website: www.adelsongalleries.com E-mail: info@adelsongalleries.com

Booth 2 ASSOCIATED ARTISTS LLC

American paintings from the 19th and 20th centuries, notably American Impressionism, The Eight, the Hudson River School, the Luminists, and American Modernism.

Late 19th- to early 20th-century furniture, accessories, and fine art, featuring Aesthetic era, including Herter Brothers, Pottier and Stymus, Tiffany, Jeckyll, and Pabst.

Booth 34 ALEXANDER GALLERY 115 East 72nd Street New York, New York 10021 (212) 472-1636 Fax: (212) 734-6937 E-mail: laurel@alexandergallery.com

Booth 11 BAUMAN RARE BOOKS

Important 18th- and 19th-century American paintings and historical items, 15th- through 19th-century European paintings and works of art, illuminated books, and Oriental and Middle Eastern works of art.

Booth 62 ARADER GALLERIES 29 East 72nd Street New York, New York 10021 (212) 628-3668 Fax: (212) 879-8714 1308 Walnut Street Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107 (215) 735-8811 Fax: (215) 735-9864 W. Graham Arader III, President; Lori Cohen, Director Website: www.aradergalleries.com E-mail: loricohen@aradergalleries.com 16th- through 19th-century natural history engravings and watercolors, color-plate books, important maps and atlases, and prints of the American West. Specializing in the works of Audubon, Catesby, Lear, Thornton, RedoutĂŠ, Catlin, Bodmer, Bierstadt, Moran, Faden, Ortelius, Mercator, and Blaeu.

170 Pequot Avenue, P.O. Box 491 Southport, Connecticut 06890 (203) 255-2281 Fax: (203) 259-2204 Walter H. Buck & David Scott Parker, Partners Website: www.associatedartists.net E-mail: AALLC@dsparker.com

535 Madison Avenue New York, New York 10022 (212) 751-0011 Fax: (212) 751-9014 1608 Walnut Street Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103 (215) 546-6466 Fax: (215) 546-9064 The Shoppes at the Palazzo, 3327 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, Nevada 89109 (702) 948-1617 Fax: (702) 948-1617 David Bauman & Natalie Bauman, Owners Website: www.baumanrarebooks.com E-mail: brb@baumanrarebooks.com Rare books and autographs in all fields from the 15th through the 20th century, including landmark first editions, inscribed volumes, and leather-bound sets.

Exhibitors 2013 Winter Antiques Show

Booth 69 A LA VIEILLE RUSSIE, INC. 781 Fifth Avenue New York, New York 10022 (212) 752-1727 Paul Schaffer, Peter L. Schaffer, & Mark Schaffer Website: www.alvr.com E-mail: alvr@alvr.com


Booth 60 MICHELE BEINY, INC.

Booth 15 ALFRED BULLARD, INC.

53 East 82nd Street New York, New York 10028 By appointment (212) 794-9357 Fax: (212) 772-0119 Michele Beiny Harkins, President Website: www.michelebeiny.com E-mail: michele@michelebeiny.com

1604 Pine Street Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103 (215) 735-1879 Fax: (215) 735-4820 William C. Bertolet, President; Robert I. Ballinger III, Manager Website: www.alfredbullard.com

18th- and early 19th-century English and Continental porcelain and fa誰ence, as well as French furniture and objets de vertu.

English furniture and works of art, 18th to early 19th century.

E-mail: alfredbullard@verizon.net

Booth 67 RALPH M. CHAIT GALLERIES, INC.

Booth 30 CARSWELL RUSH BERLIN, INC.

724 Fifth Avenue, 10th Floor New York, New York 10019 (212) 397-2818 Fax: (212) 319-0471 Allan S. Chait, President; Andrew H. Chait, Vice President; Steven J. Chait, Vice President Website: www.rmchait.com E-mail: info@rmchaitgal.net

140 Riverside Drive, Apt 5-P New York, New York 10024 By appointment (212) 721-0398 Fax: (212) 721-9082 Carswell Berlin & Lori Berlin Website: www.american-antiques.net E-mail: carswellberlin@msn.com American formal furniture of the Classical period, 1800 to 1840, and period decorative arts.

Chinese works of art, including porcelain, jade, pottery, sculpture, ceramics, Export silver, and Indian Colonial silver. Established 1910.

Booth 72 JONATHAN BOOS Booth 59 COHEN & COHEN

50 East 72nd Street New York, New York 10021 By appointment (212) 535-5096 Fax: (212) 535-3554 Jonathan Boos, Valerie Stanos Website: www.jonathanboos.com E-mail: info@jonathanboos.com

P.O. Box 366 Reigate RH2 2BB England +44 (0) 1737 242180 Fax: +44 (0) 1737 226236 Ewa Cohen, Michael Cohen, & Will Motley, Manager Website: www.cohenandcohen.co.uk E-mail: info@cohenandcohen.co.uk

Specializing in 20th-century American art with a particular focus on Ashcan School, Modernism, Social Realism and Post-War paintings and sculpture.

Chinese export porcelain and works of art from the 17th and 18th centuries.

Booth 45 JOAN R. BROWNSTEIN and PETER H. EATON

Booth 37 PHILIP COLLECK, LTD.

24 Parker Street Newbury, Massachusetts 01951 (978) 465-2754 Website: www.americanfolkpaintings.com; www.petereaton.com E-mail: joan@americanfolkpaintings.com; peter@petereaton.com

311 East 58th Street New York, New York 10022 (212) 486-7600 Fax: (212) 829-1269 Mark Jacoby & Diana Jacoby, Owners Website: www.philipcolleck.com E-mail: PhilipColleck@hotmail.com Specialists in 18th- and early 19th-century English furniture, clocks, and works of art. Established 1938.

New England furniture made between 1650 and 1820, primarily in old surface, and New England folk paintings, particularly portraiture.

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Booth 65 DELANEY ANTIQUE CLOCKS

111 Old Quarry Road Guilford, Connecticut 06437 By appointment (203) 453-2449 1000 Madison Avenue New York, New York 10075 By appointment (212) 879-9259 Thomas Colville, Owner; Margaret Palmieri, Financial Coordinator; Allison Schaefer, Associate; Jay Qin, Associate Website: www.thomascolville.com E-mail: tlc@thomascolville.com

435 Main Street West Townsend, Massachusetts 01474 (978) 597-2231 & (978) 597-1340 John & Barbara Delaney, John A. Delaney, Sean P. Delaney Website: www.delaneyantiqueclocks.com E-mail: delaney@delaneyantiqueclocks.com Specializing in American antique tall clocks; a family business that has been dealing in antique clocks for over 45 years.

19th-century American and French Barbizon School paintings, watercolors, and drawings.

Booth 36 GEOFFREY DINER GALLERY, INC.

1730 21st Street, NW Washington, D.C. 20009 By appointment (202) 483-5005 Fax: (202) 483-2523 Geoffrey Diner, President; Maureen Diner, Vice President E-mail: geoff@dinergallery.com

Booth 23 SUZANNE COURCIER• ROBERT W. WILKINS

P.O. Box 395 Yarmouth Port, Massachusetts 02675 By appointment (508) 362-5420 Suzanne Courcier & Robert W. Wilkins, Partners E-mail: courcierwilkins@comcast.net

International fine and decorative arts, 1860 to the present, specializing in architecturally inspired furniture and Tiffany Studios lighting.

Period American furnishings, especially Shaker, with an emphasis on original condition. Booth 6 LES ENLUMINURES

Le Louvre des Antiquaires 2 Place du Palais-Royal, 34 allĂŠe Riesener 75001 Paris, France +33 01 42 60 15 58 Fax: +33 01 40 15 00 25 2970 North Lake Shore Drive Chicago, Illinois 60657 By appointment (773) 929-5986 Fax: (773) 528-3976 23 E. 73rd Street, 7th Floor New York, New York 10021 (212) 717-7273 Fax: (212) 717-7278 Website: www.lesenluminures.com E-mail: info@lesenluminures.com

Booth 24 COVE LANDING

New York, New York By appointment (212) 288-7597 Angus Wilkie & Len Morgan E-mail: covelanding@gmail.com Unusual objects, works of art, and fine 18th- and 19th-century English and Continental furniture.

Booth 12 DIDIER LTD.

Miniatures, illuminated manuscripts, works of art, and rings from the Middle Ages and the Renaissance.

66B Kensington Church Street London W8 4BY England +44 (0)20 7221 1573 UK Cell: +44 (0)7973 800415 US Cell: (917) 617-2451 (during US shows only) Didier Haspeslagh & Martine Newby Haspeslagh Website: www.didierltd.com E-mail: info@didierltd.com

Booth 74 PETER FETTERMAN GALLERY

2525 Michigan Avenue Gallery A1 Santa Monica, California 90404 (310) 453-6463 Peter Fetterman Website: www.peterfetterman.com E-mail: peter@peterfetterman.com

Jewelry by post-war painters and sculptors.

Classic 20th-century fine art photography with a humanist bias.

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Exhibitors 2013 Winter Antiques Show

Booth 50 THOMAS COLVILLE FINE ART


Booth 68 THE FINE ART SOCIETY PLC

Booth 43 GLASS PAST

148 New Bond Street London W1S 2JT England +44 (0)20 7629 5116 Fax: +44 (0)20 7491 9454 Gordon Cooke & Simon Edsor, Directors Website: www.faslondon.com E-mail: art@faslondon.com

New York, New York By appointment (212) 343-2524 Sara Blumberg & Jim Oliveira Website: www.glasspast.com E-mail: glasspast@earthlink.net Specialists in Italian glass from 1870 to 1970, with a focus on major works from their initial years of production. Designers of particular interest include: Vittorio Zecchin, Napoleone Martinuzzi, Carlo Scarpa, Tomaso Buzzi, Paolo Venini, Fulvio Bianconi, Thomas Stearns, Archimede Seguso, Ercole Barovier, and Dino Martens.

British 19th- and 20th-century paintings, watercolors, drawings, prints, sculptures; architect-designed furniture, and decorative arts.

Booth 29 PETER FINER

38 & 39 Duke Street, St. James’s London SW1Y 6DF England, United Kingdom +44 (0)20 7839 5666 Fax: +44 (0)20 7839 5777 The Old Rectory, Ilmington Warwickshire CV36 4JQ England, United Kingdom +44 (0) 1608 682267 Fax: +44 (0) 1608 682575 From the USA or Canada: (800) 270-7951 Website: www.peterfiner.com E-mail: gallery@peterfiner.com

Booth 71 MARTYN GREGORY

34 Bury Street, St. James’s London SW1Y 6AU England +44 (0)20 7839 3731 Fax: +44 (0)20 7930 0812 Martyn Gregory, Proprietor; Patrick Conner & Penelope Gregory, Directors Website: www.martyngregory.com E-mail: mgregory@dircon.co.uk

Antique arms, armor, and related objects.

Booth 33 FOSTER • GWIN, INC.

China Trade paintings and pictures relating to the Far East, 1700 to 1900; British paintings and watercolors.

38 Hotaling Place San Francisco, California 94111 (415) 397-4986 Fax: (415) 397-4988 Collier Gwin, President Website: www.fostergwin.com E-mail: info@fostergwin.com

Fax: +1 212 861 4513

Booth 63 HILL-STONE, INC.

P.O. Box 273, Gracie Station New York, New York 10028 (Park Avenue near The Metropolitan Museum of Art) By appointment (212) 249-1397 Fax: (212) 861-4513 Alan N. Stone & Lesley Hill, Co-directors Website: www.hill-stone.com E-mail: oldmaster@hill-stone.com

Continental furniture from the 17th and 18th centuries, antiquities, and contemporary art from the 1950s.

Booth 40 GEORGIAN MANOR ANTIQUES

29 Centre Street Fairhaven, Massachusetts 02719 (508) 991-5675 Fax: (508) 999-7177 Enrique Goytizolo Website: www.georgianmanorantiques.com

Signed by the artist lower left.

Old Master and Modern prints and drawings.

English 18th- and 19th-century furniture and related accessories selected with the utmost regard for aesthetic, quality, and authenticity.

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Booth 64 HYDE PARK ANTIQUES

730 Fifth Avenue, Fourth Floor New York, New York 10019 (212) 535-8810 Fax: (212) 772-7237 Stuart P. Feld, President & Director; Elizabeth Feld, Director, Department of American Decorative Arts Website: www.hirschlandadler.com E-mail: gallery@hirschlandadler.com

836 Broadway New York, New York 10003 (212) 477-0033 Fax: (212) 477-1781 Bernard Karr, President; Rachel Karr, Vice President Website: www.hydeparkantiques.com

American and European paintings, watercolors, drawings, and sculpture, 18th century to the present; American master prints; American furniture and decorative arts, 1810 to 1910.

Finest and most extensive collection of English antique furniture from the William and Mary through Regency periods, 1700 to 1825. Also specializing in 18th-century Chinese export and English porcelain, as well as sporting art.

Booth 51 CARLTON HOBBS LLC

Booth 48 HYLAND GRANBY ANTIQUES

60 East 93rd Street New York, New York 10128 (212) 423-9000 Fax: (212) 876-0167 Carlton Hobbs & Stefanie Rinza Website: www.carltonhobbs.com E-mail: stefanie@carltonhobbs.com

P.O. Box 457 Hyannis Port, Massachusetts 02647 By appointment (508) 771-3070 Fax: (508) 778-4842 Alan Granby & Janice Hyland Website: www.hylandgranby.com E-mail: alan@hylandgranby.com

17th- to 19th-century English and Continental furniture, objects d’art, and works of art.

Ship models, navigational instruments, marine paintings, scrimshaw, wood carvings, ship clocks, canes, eagles, and cannons, 18th and 19th centuries.

Booth 26 HOSTLER BURROWS

51 East 10th Street New York, New York 10010 (212) 343-0471 Fax: (212) 343-0472 Kim Hostler & Juliet Burrows, Owners Website: www.antik-nyc.net E-mail: antik@antik-nyc.net

Booth 53 BARBARA ISRAEL GARDEN ANTIQUES

296 Mount Holly Road Katonah, New York 10536 By appointment (212) 744-6281 Fax: (212) 744-2188 Barbara Israel, President; Sylvia Falcon, Media and Marketing Director; Eva Schwartz, Director of Client Services Website: www.barbaraisrael.com E-mail: eva@bi-gardenantiques.com

20th-century Scandinavian design and decorative arts with an emphasis on studio ceramics, hand-woven textiles, Swedish Functionalism, and objects of the Danish Cabinetmaker movement.

American, English, and Continental statues, fountains, urns, benches, sundials, and other period garden ornaments.

Booth 20 STEPHEN & CAROL HUBER

40 Ferry Road Old Saybrook, Connecticut 06475 (860) 388-6809 Fax: (860) 434-9709 Stephen & Carol Huber, Co-owners Website: www.antiquesamplers.com E-mail: hubers@antiquesamplers.com

Booth 4 DEREK JOHNS LTD.

12 Duke Street, St. James’s London SW1Y 6BN England +44 (0)20 7839 7671 Derek Johns, Director Website: www.derekjohns.co.uk E-mail: fineart@derekjohns.co.uk

American and English samplers, silk embroideries, needlework pictures, and textile accessories, 17th to 19th century.

Old Master and 19th-century paintings and drawings.

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Booth 39 HIRSCHL & ADLER GALLERIES, INC.


Booth 4 THEO JOHNS FINE ART LTD.

Booth 75 ROGER KEVERNE LIMITED

27 Georgian House, Bury Street St. James's, London SW1Y 6AA England +44 (0)20 7193 4549 Theo Johns, Director Website: www.tjfineart.co.uk E-mail: info@tjfineart.co.uk Old Master and 19th-century paintings and drawings.

16 Clifford Street, 2nd Floor London W1S 3RG England +44 (0)20 7434 9100 Fax: +44 (0)20 7434 9101 Roger Keverne, Miranda Clarke Website: www.keverne.co.uk E-mail: enquiries@keverne.co.uk Chinese ceramics and works of art from the Neolithic to the Qing dynasty, including jades, bronzes, enamels, lacquer, and other organic materials.

Booth 31 ALLAN KATZ AMERICANA

25 Old Still Road Woodbridge, Connecticut 06525 By appointment (203) 393-9356 Fax: (203) 393-1040 Allan & Penny Katz Website: www.allankatzamericana.com E-mail: folkkatz@optonline.net

Booth 56 JOE KINDIG ANTIQUES

2334 Woodwick Road Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17601 (717) 495-3021 Jenifer Kindig E-mail: jeniferkindig@gmail.com

Period American folk art, specializing in trade signs, weathervanes, tobacco trade figures, carvings, early advertising, painted furniture, and paintings.

Early 18th-century American furniture and decorative arts, Pennsylvania rifles, and early lighting.

Booth 49 KENTSHIRE GALLERIES, LTD.

Booth 70 NATHAN LIVERANT AND SON LLC

37 East 12th Street New York, New York 10003 (212) 673-6644 Fax: (212) 979-0923 700 Madison Avenue New York, New York 10021 (212) 421-1100 Robert & Ellen Israel, Directors; Fred & Marcie Imberman, Directors Website: www.kentshire.com E-mail: info@kentshire.com

P.O. Box 103, 168 South Main Street Colchester, Connecticut 06415 (860) 537-2409 Fax: (860) 537-0577 Arthur S. Liverant, Proprietor Website: www.liverantantiques.com E-mail: mail@liverantantiques.com 18th- and 19th-century American furniture, paintings, silver, glass, and related accessories. Specializing in fine examples of Connecticut and New England furniture made prior to 1840.

Fine 18th- and 19th-century English furniture and decorative arts and antiques, period and estate jewelry. Since 1940.

Booth 32 LOST CITY ARTS

18 Cooper Square New York, New York 10003 (212) 375-0500 Fax: (212) 375-9342 James Elkind Website: www.lostcityarts.com E-mail: lostcityarts@yahoo.com

Booth 58 KESHISHIAN

73 Pimlico Road London SW1W 8NE England +44 (0)20 7730 8810 Fax: +44 (0)20 7730 8803 New York, by appointment (212) 956-1586 Eddy Keshishian & Arto Keshishian, Partners Website: www.KeshishianCarpets.com E-mail: info@KeshishianCarpets.com

Established in 1982, Lost City Arts is recognized internationally as a leading source of mid 20th-century fine art, design, furniture, lighting, and accessories.

Antique carpets and European tapestries and needlework, as well as 20th-century Arts and Crafts and Art Deco carpets.

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Booth 21 MODERNE GALLERY

667 Madison Avenue New York, New York 10065 (212) 644-6400 Fax: (212) 755-6143 Website: www.macklowegallery.com E-mail: mail@macklowegallery.com

111 North Third Street Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19106 (215) 923-8536 Robert Aibel Website: www.modernegallery.com E-mail: info@modernegallery.com

Tiffany Studios lamps, art glass, and bronzes; French Art Nouveau furniture, art glass, lighting, ceramics, and lithographs; important antique and estate jewelry.

Important 20th-century design and decorative arts. Includes the work of George Nakashima, Wharton Esherick, Peter Voulkos, Sam Maloof, and Edward Moulthrop.

Booth 52 MAGEN H GALLERY

Booth 44 LIZ O’BRIEN

54 East 11th Street New York, New York 10003 (212) 777-8670 Fax: (212) 777-8671 Hugues Magen, Nathalie Dheedene Website: www.magenxxcentury.com E-mail: gallery@magenxxcentury.com

306 East 61st Street, Ground Floor New York, New York 10065 (212) 755-3800 Liz O’Brien Website: www.lizobrien.com E-mail: info@lizobrien.com

French Post-War design in sculpture, decorative arts, architecture, and ceramics.

Liz O’Brien specializes in American and European 20th-century decorative arts, offering exceptional examples of furniture, lighting, art objects, and textiles.

Booth 18 MAISON GERARD LTD.

43 and 53 East 10th Street New York, New York 10003 (212) 674-7611 Fax: (212) 475-6314 Website: www.maisongerard.com E-mail: home@maisongerard.com

Booth 19 THE OLD PRINT SHOP, INC.

150 Lexington Avenue New York, New York 10016 (212) 683-3950 Fax: (212) 779-8040 Robert K. Newman, Harry S. Newman & Kenneth M. Newman Website: www.oldprintshop.com E-mail: info@oldprintshop.com

20th-century and contemporary French furniture, lighting, and decorative arts. Specializing in French Art Deco, with a particular emphasis on the work of Maison Leleu.

American prints, drawings, maps, and watercolors, 1750 to 1950. Booth 7 JOAN B. MIRVISS, LTD.

39 East 78th Street, 4th Floor (at Madison Avenue) New York, New York 10075 (212) 799-4021 Fax: (212) 721-5148 Joan B. Mirviss Website: www.mirviss.com E-mail: info@mirviss.com

Booth 9 OLDE HOPE ANTIQUES, INC.

P.O. Box 718 New Hope, Pennsylvania 18938 (215) 297-0200 Fax: (215) 297-0300 Patrick Bell & Edwin Hild Website: www.oldehope.com E-mail: info@oldehope.com

Antique Japanese screens and paintings; 18th- through 20th-century ukiyo-e woodblock prints; important 20th-century Japanese ceramics.

Specializing in American painted furniture and folk art, including naïve paintings, weathervanes, hooked rugs, quilts, sculpture, and related accessories.

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Booth 57 MACKLOWE GALLERY, LTD.


Booth 13 CHRISTOPHER T. REBOLLO ANTIQUES

Booth 46 PETER PAP ORIENTAL RUGS, INC.

1225 Main Street Dublin, New Hampshire 03444 (603) 563-8717 Fax: (603) 563-7158 470 Jackson Street San Francisco, California 94111 (415) 956-3300 Fax: (415) 956-3320 Peter B. Pap, President Website: www.peterpap.com E-mail: info@peterpap.com

P.O. Box 372, 5728 Mechanicsville Road Mechanicsville, Pennsylvania 18934 (215) 794-9880 Christopher T. Rebollo, President; Audrey Rebollo, Manager Website: www.chrisrebollo.com E-mail: chris@chrisrebollo.com; audrey@chrisrebollo.com 17th-, 18th-, and 19th-century American furniture and decorative arts including paintings, metalwork, and ceramics. Specializing in choice examples of inlaid hardwood furniture with an emphasis on original condition and design.

Oriental rugs produced by Nomads, village weavers, and urban and village workshops, dating from the 17th through the early 20th century.

Booth 73 GERALD PETERS GALLERY

Booth 3 KENNETH W. RENDELL GALLERY

24 East 78th Street New York, New York 10075 (212) 628-9760 Fax: (212) 628-9635 Website: www.gpgallery.com

989 Madison Avenue New York, New York 10075 (212) 717-1776 Fax: (212) 717-1492 Kenneth W. Rendell & Shirley McNerney Rendell, Principals Website: www.kwrendell.com E-mail: gallery@kwrendell.com

American paintings and sculpture, including classic Western, Hudson River School, Impressionism, The Eight, The Taos Society, and American Modernism.

Historical letters and documents from the Renaissance to the present, in all fields.

Booth 22 FRANK & BARBARA POLLACK AMERICAN ANTIQUES & ART

1214 Green Bay Road Highland Park, Illinois 60035 By appointment (847) 433-2213 Barbara Pollack Website: www.antiquesandfineart.com/bpollack E-mail: fpollack@compuserve.com

Booth 38 JAMES ROBINSON, INC.

480 Park Avenue New York, New York 10022 (212) 752-6166 Joan Boening, President Edward Munves, Chairman Marci Leggette, Manager Website: www.jrobinson.com E-mail: info@jrobinson.com

Specializing in American decorative arts; na誰ve folk paintings, painted furniture, textiles, pottery, folk art, and related accessories of the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries.

Antique jewelry, silver, porcelain, and glass, along with handmade sterling silver reproductions.

Booth 1 C. L. PRICKETT

930 Stony Hill Road Yardley, Pennsylvania 19067 (215) 493-4284 Todd Prickett & Craig Prickett, Principals Website: www.clprickett.com E-mail: info@clprickett.com

Booth 17 SAFANI GALLERY, INC.

7 East 75th Street, #2D New York, New York 10021 (212) 570-6360 Fax: (212) 861-4136 Alan Safani, President Website: www.safani.com E-mail: contact@safani.com

C. L. Prickett is currently in its 52nd year, specializing in the finer examples of Queen Anne, Chippendale, and Federal furniture and clocks.

Works of art from early cultures.

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Booth 10 ELLIOTT & GRACE SNYDER

P.O. Box 598, 37 Undermountain Road South Egremont, Massachusetts 01258 (413) 528-3581 Fax: (413) 528-3586 45 Main Street South Egremont, Massachusetts 01258 (413) 528-1821 Website: www.elliottandgracesnyder.com E-mail: info@elliottandgracesnyder.com

358 Main Street South Woodbury, Connecticut 06798 (203) 263-3131 Fax: (203) 263-2622 Website: www.schorsch-smiles.com American decorative arts of the 18th and 19th centuries, specializing in folk art.

Specializing in 17th- to early 19th-century American furniture and decorative arts with an emphasis on painted furniture, textiles, metalwork, and folk art. Also, early English and Continental lighting, needlework, and ceramics.

Booth 35 SCHWARZ GALLERY

1806 Chestnut Street Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103 (215) 563-4887 Fax: (215) 561-5621 Robert D. Schwarz Jr., President Website: www.schwarzgallery.com E-mail: mail@schwarzgallery.com

Booth 66 CAROLLE THIBAUT-POMERANTZ

By appointment New York: (212) 759-6048 Fax: (212) 308-3486 Paris: +33 01 45 50 33 01 Fax: +33 01 45 50 33 61 Carolle Thibaut-Pomerantz, Proprietor Website: www.ctpdecorativearts.com E-mail: Carolle@ctpdecorativearts.com

American and European paintings, with an emphasis on Philadelphia artists such as Thomas Eakins, J. F. Peto, Arthur Carles, and members of the Peale family.

Booth 28 S. J. SHRUBSOLE CORPORATION

104 East 57th Street New York, New York 10022 (212) 753-8920 Fax: (212) 754-5192 Eric N. Shrubsole, Timothy Martin & James McConnaughy Website: www.shrubsole.com E-mail: inquiries@shrubsole.com

19th- and 20th-century decorative arts as well as antique wallpaper panels, 18th century to the 1950s.

Fine English and American silver, 1450 to 1920, and fine jewelry, 1750 to contemporary.

145 East 57th Street, 3rd Floor New York, New York 10022 (212) 223-1059 Fax: (212) 223-1937 Spencer Throckmorton, President; Kraige Block, Director Website: www.throckmorton-nyc.com E-mail: throckmorton@earthlink.net

Booth 42 THROCKMORTON FINE ART, INC.

Booth 61 ELLE SHUSHAN

1600 Arch Street, Suite 1603 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103 (215) 587-0000 Fax: (215) 587-9199 Elle Shushan Website: www.portraitminiatures.com E-mail: elle@portraitminiatures.com

Fax. 212. 223. 1937 G

Fine portrait miniatures and portrait waxes.

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info@throckmorton-nyc.com

Pre-Columbian sculpture and textiles, Chinese jade and ceramics, tribal art, and vintage photography.

Exhibitors 2013 Winter Antiques Show

Booth 41 DAVID A. SCHORSCH~ EILEEN M. SMILES AMERICAN ANTIQUES


Booth 55 TILLOU GALLERY

Booth 27 TAYLOR B. WILLIAMS ANTIQUES

39 West Street, P.O. Box 1609 Litchfield, Connecticut 06759 (860) 567-9693 Fax: (860) 567-8526 Website: www.tillouantiques.com E-mail: Jeffrey@tillouantiques.com

Chicago, Illinois Mailing address: P.O. Box 100 Harbert, Michigan 49115 By appointment (269) 469-3613 Fax: (866) 619-9684 David J. Bernard Website: www.enamels.com; www.taylorbwilliams.com E-mail: djbernard2@yahoo.com

17th- and 18th-century American and European furniture, antique carpets, American folk art, arms and armor, early African sculpture, preColumbia art, Old Master paintings, American paintings and sculpture, classic cars from 1928 to 1934, rare coins, medals, antiquities, Chinese Han and Tang ceramics and bronzes, early American blown glass and pottery, and Native American art.

18th-century American and English furniture and English ceramics and glass; English enamels a specialty.

Booth 5 ROBERT YOUNG ANTIQUES

Booth 25 JONATHAN TRACE

68 Battersea Bridge Road London SW11 3AG England +44 (0)20 7228 7847 Fax: +44 (0)20 7585 0489 Robert Young & Josyane Young Website: www.robertyoungantiques.com E-mail: office@robertyoungantiques.com

P.O. Box 7106 Portsmouth, New Hampshire 03802 By appointment (603) 431-1197 Jonathan Trace, Owner E-mail: jontrace@myfairpoint.net American silver, furniture, and related accessories, as well as English and Continental silver, 17th to early 19th century.

Fine country furniture and folk art.

Booth 54 RUPERT WACE ANCIENT ART LIMITED

14 Old Bond Street London W1S 4PP England +44 (0)20 7495 1623 Fax: +44 (0)20 7495 8495 Rupert Wace Website: www.rupertwace.co.uk E-mail: info@rupertwace.co.uk Ancient Egyptian, Classical, Near Eastern, and European antiquities.

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ANTIQUE JEWELRY | WORKS OF ART | FABERGE 781 Fifth Avenue at 59th Street, New York, NY 10022 212 路 752 路 1727 ALVR.com 59

Booth 69


JOHN SINGER SARGENT - 1856 - 1925 -

Portrait of Miss Dorothy Vickers, 1885-86 Oil on canvas 18 x 15 inches

823 Park Avenue, First Floor, New York, New York 10021 www.adelsongalleries.com 212.439.6800 By Appointment Only 60

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29 East 72nd SStreet treet New York, New York, NY 10021 212-628-3668

1308 W Walnut alnut Street Street Philadelphia, P hiladelphia, PA PA 19107 215-735-8811

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435 JJackson ackson Street Street San San Francisco, Francisco, CA 94111 415-788-5115

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Highly important Cloven-foot Side Chair (c. 1857-59) Designed by architect Alexander Jackson Davis Fabrication attributed to Burns & Brother, New York Oak, 39” h x 18¼” w x 20¾” d

170 Pequot Avenue, Southport, Connecticut 06890 • tel 203.255.2281 • fax 203.259.2204 By appointment only • www.associatedartists.net • aallc@dsparker.com

Booth 2


Alexander Hamilton’s The Federalist. Lewis & Clark’s History of the Expedition. The monumental 1493 Nuremberg Chronicle. John James Audubon’s Birds of America. Discover these and other extraordinary books and autographs at Bauman Rare Books. Landmarks in American history, first edition literary classics, important historical documents and beautifully bound sets that would grace any fine library.

535 Madison Avenue, NYC | The Palazzo, Las Vegas | Philadelphia 800-972-2862 | WWW. BAUMANR AREBOOKS.COM

Booth 11


MICHELE BEINY

53 East 82nd Street . New York . NY . 10028

T. 212.794.9357 F. 212.772.0119

MEISSEN CENTREPIECE CONDIMENT STAND PLAT DE MÉNAGE Circa 1755 Height: 12 in. (30.5 cm.) Width: 17 in. (43.1 cm.) Modelled by Johann Joachim Kändler

michele@michelebeiny.com

WWW.MICHELEBEINY.COM 66

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BY APPOINTMENT


CarswellRushBerlin

Set of Eight Federal Mahogany Dining Chairs with Carved Eagle Splats New York, c. 1815 (Offered with a pair of matching arm chairs of later date)

Photo: Richard Goodbody

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Carswell Rush Berlin, Inc. P.O. Box 0210 Planetarium Station, New York, NY 10024-0210 : 212.721.0398, fax: 212.721.9082, e: carswellberlin@msn.com www.American-Antiques.net 67

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SPECIALIZING IN 20 TH CENTURY AMERICAN ART

JOHN MARIN (AMERICAN, 1870-1953) Seascape Fantasy, Maine, c. 1944, Oil on canvas, 25 x 30 inches

By Appointment St., 7B New York, NY 10021 50 E. tel 212-535-5096 fax 212-535-3554 jonathanboos.com jb@jonathanboos.com 72ND

© 2012 ESTATE OF JOHN MARIN / ARTISTS RIGHTS SOCIETY (ARS), NEW YORK 68

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PHOTOGRAPHY BY GAVIN ASHWORTH


P E T E R H . E AT O N AMERICAN FURNITURE

~ JOAN R. BROWNSTEIN A M E R I C A N F O L K PA I N T I N G S

An exceptional William and Mary tall clock in undisturbed, 'as descended' condition. Made and signed by Jonas Fitch, Pepperell, MA c.1770.

Mrs. Moses B. Russell (Clarissa Peters Russell, 1809-1854) Miniature portrait on ivory in watercolor of two children holding a basket of strawberries. The miniature is encased in a period leather case with gold and mother of pearl embellishments. The ivory itself measures 2 1/4 x 2 3/4 inches. Boston circa 1845.

A JOINT GALLERY AT 24 PARKER STREET NEWBURY, MA 01951 PETER EATON ~ WWW.PETEREATON.COM ~ (978) 465-2754 JOAN BROWNSTEIN ~ WWW.AMERICANFOLKPAINTINGS.COM ~ (978) 465-1089 69

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ESTABLISHED 1910

724 Fifth Avenue, 10th Floor, New York, NY 10019 • Tel: 212-397-2818 • Fax: 212-319-0471

WORKS OF ART • CHINESE ART

www.rmchait.com • E-mail: info@rmchaitgal.net

THREE CHINESE GLAZED BISCUIT PORCELAIN FIGURES OF IMMORTALS, Kangxi period, AD 1662-1722 Heights: 10 7⁄8 – 12 1⁄4 inches 71

Booth 67


COHEN & COHEN

Dealers in important Chinese Export Porcelain and Works of Art

“Too much sanity may be madness. And maddest of all, to see life as it is and not as it should be.” Meatdish

COHEN & COHEN

Qianlong, c. 1750-60 European Market Height: 15½ inches (39cm) A rare famille rose meatdish with a scene depicting Don Quixote putting on a barber’s bowl as the Helmet of Mambrino, after an image by Charles-Antoine Coypel (1694-1752) originally for the Gobelins tapestry factory, engraved by Jacob Folkema (1692-1767) (shown right). Two services were made with this scene and this is from the second.

Also Exhibiting at: TEFAF Maastricht: 15-24 March 2013 72

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PO Box 366 REIGATE RH2 2BB UK Tel: +44 (0)1737 242180, Fax: +44 (0)1737 226236 Email: info@cohenandcohen.co.uk www.cohenandcohen.co.uk


P HILIP C OLLECK ,

LTD.

Beautiful Objects From Around the World With an Emphasis on Chinoiserie

ANTIQUES & APPRAISALS 311 EAST 58TH ST, NEW YORK, NY 10022 TEL: 212-486-7600 FAX: 212-829-1269 73 philipcolleck.com info@philipcolleck.com Booth 37


FREDERICK ARTHUR BRIDGMAN

(American 1847-1928)

The Mosque Fountain, Evening in a Desert Village, Algeria, 1882 Oil on canvas, 34 x 53 ½ inches Signed & dated lower left

111 Old Quarry Road, Guilford, CT 06437 203-453-2449 www.thomascolville.com

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NEW YORK 212.288.7597 covelanding@gmail.com

A RARE 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH POLYCHROME PAINTED AND EBONIZED TILT-TOP OCCASIONAL TABLE THE TOP DEPICTING THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON’S COAT OF ARMS AND HONORS FROM VARIOUS CAMPAIGNS CIRCA 1830 THE ARMS AND MEDALS ON THE PAINTED TOP ARE ALL HONORS OF THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON. BELOW THE MOTTO “VIRTUTIS FORTUNA COMES” (FORTUNE IS THE COMPANION OF VALOR) HANG VARIOUS MEDALS, INCLUDING THE GOLDEN FLEECE AND AUSTRIAN, SPANISH AND INDIAN HONORS. ALL ARE REPRESENTATIVE OF VICTORY TITLES GRANTED TO THE DUKE FOR HIS DISTINGUISHED MILITARY SERVICE IN THE PENINSULAR WAR AND AT THE BATTLE OF WATERLOO.

height height with top down diameter

42 in / 107 cm 29¼ in / 74.5 cm 23¼ in / 59.5 cm

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DELANEY ANTIQUE CLOCKS 435 Main Street, West Townsend, MA 01474 45 Miles Northwest of Boston

978-597-2231 The Largest Selection of American Antique Tall Clocks in the Country

www.delaneyantiqueclocks.com

SHOP HOURS: Saturday & Sunday 9AM to 5PM - During the week by chance or gladly by appointment 77

Booth 65


didier ltd

Post-War Artists’ Jewels

66B Kensington Church Street London W8 4BY, UK US Cell: 917 617 2451 UK Cell: 07973 800415 info@didierltd.com www.didierltd.com

Onelio VIGNANDO Unique 18ct gold pectoral bib necklace 78

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LES ENLUMINURES LTD. 23 East 73 rd Street 7 th Floor New York, NY 10021 tel: +1 212 717 7273

2013 Fairs: TEFAF, Maastricht, March 15-24, 2013 New York Antiquarian Book Fair, April 12-14, 2013 Salon International du Livre Ancien, Paris, April 26-28, 2013

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LES ENLUMINURES LTD. 2970 North Lake Shore Drive Chicago, IL 60657 tel: +1 773 929 5986

Masterpiece, London, June 27-July 3, 2013 Biennale Internazionale dell’Antiquariato, Florence, Sept. 28-Oct. 6, 2013

chicago@lesenluminures.com By appointment only PA R I S

Current Publications: “Byzantium and the West: Jewelry in the First Millennium“ (by Jeffery Spier, preface by Sandra Hindman) 80

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THE FINE ART SOCIETY 148 New Bond Street London w1s 2jt + 44 (0)20 7629 5116 www.faslondon.com gc@faslondon.com

James McNeill Whistler 1834–1903 Nocturne: Dance House 1889 10⅝ x 6⅝ inches · 27.2 x 16.8 cm Etching, signed in pencil with a butterfly and inscribed imp, and inscribed Chs Freer Before figures and for Wunderlich between two additional butterfl ies, verso Provenance: Charles Lang Freer; Hermann Wünderlich; John Caldwell; Lucien Goldschmidt; George S. van Houten

Publishers and specialist dealers in Whistler paintings, watercolours, pastels, etchings and lithographs since 1879 82

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Peter Finer

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Pair Regence Period Beechwood Fauteuils, 18th Century with Italian Renaissance Period Walnut Credenza, 16th Century. Pair of Rococo Mirrors, Circa 1750 and Oil Painting by Elmer Bischoff, 1948.

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Georgian Manor Antiques Fine English Furniture, Porcelain and Glass 29 Centre Street Fairhaven, Massachusetts 02719 Telephone: (508) 991-5675 â&#x20AC;˘ Fax: (508) 999-7177

Unusual Syrian mirror finely inlayed with mother of pearl. Twentieth century H: 74" x W: 48"

Enrique Goytizolo

By Appointment 85

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GLASS PAST Italian Glass 1870-1970

Venini Battuto Vase, designed by Carlo Scarpa, c. 1940

Glass Past Â&#x2C6; New York Sara Blumberg & Jim Oliveira By Appointment 212 343 2524 glasspast.com 86 glasspast@earthlink.net

Booth 43


MARTYN GREGORY THE LEADING SPECIALISTS IN PAINTINGS RELATED TO THE CHINA TRADE

Sunqua (fl.1830-1870): Canton - The Hongs, late 1830s. Oil on canvas, 18 x 23 ½ ins Inscribed in Chinese and Western script, giving the name of Sunqua and his studio. In the original Cantonese frame.

MARTYN GREGORY GALLERY, 34 BURY STREET, ST. JAMES’S, LONDON SW1Y 6AU, UK Members of the British Antique Dealers’ Association and the Society of London Art Dealers

tel: (44) 20 7839 3731 fax: (44) 20 7930 0812 email: 87 mgregory@dircon.co.uk www.martyngregory.com Booth 71


Fine Old Master & Modern Prints & Drawings

HILL-STONE — Incorporated —

Correspondence: Box 273, Gracie Station New York, NY 10028 Tel: +1 212 249 1397 Fax: +1 212 861 4513 email: oldmaster@hill-stone.com www.hill-stone.com

On Park Avenue near the Metropolitan Museum of Art Chambre Syndicale de l’Estampe, du Dessin & du Tableau, Paris

DOMENICO TIEPOLO

Venice 1727–1804 Venice

A Centaur abducting a Young Woman. Drawing in pen and grayish/brown ink and wash. Signed by the artist lower left. 88

Booth 63


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A Regency Giltwood And Faux Bronze Center Table Supporting An Octagonal Top of Volcanic Marbles, Possibly By Giuseppe Canart English. Circa 1805. Measurements: H: 28 1/8” (71.5 cm) W: 19 1/2” (49.5 cm) D: 19 1/2” (49.5 cm)

Carlton Hobbs LLC, 60 East 93rd Street, New York, New York 10128 Tel: +1 212 423 9000 Fax: +1 212 876 0167 90 Blog: www.carltonhobbs.net E-mail: enquiries@carltonhobbs.com Website: www.carltonhobbs.com Booth 51


BIRGER KAIPIAINEN (1915 - 1988) Ceramic Wall Relief Arabia Studio Finland, ca. 1960 Stoneware, Artist signed

HOSTLER BURROWS 51 E .10 t h S T R E E T N E W YORK , NY 10 0 03 phone 212 343 0 471 f a x 212 343 0 47 2 w w w.hostlerburrows.com 91

Booth 26


FITCH - HALL COAT OF ARMS • BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS C. 1770

This needlework coat of arms was most likely worked by one of the daughters of Governor Thomas Fitch of Connecticut and his wife Hannah Hall at the Misses Cuming school in Boston c.1770. It was discovered by Captain Nicholas Johnson, of Newburyport, in the captain's cabin of a deserted ship off the coast of New England c. 1773 and descended to his great-grand daughter Margaret W. Cushing. Silk, metallic thread, and beads on black silk; 19½ x 19 ½ inches square sight.

ALWAYS INTERESTED IN PURCHASING FINE NEEDLEWORK

Forty Ferry Road YOld Saybrook, Connecticut 06475 YTel: 860.388.6809Ywww.AntiqueSamplers.com Yhubers@AntiqueSamplers.com 92

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HYDE PARK FINEST ENGLISH 18TH AND EARLY 19TH CENTURY FURNITURE

A REGENCY GILTWOOD CONVEX MIRROR, CIRCA 1815 Height: 47˝ Width: 36˝

836 BROADWAY NEW YORK NEW YORK 10003 TEL. 212-477-0033 93 WWW.HYDEPARKANTIQUES.COM Booth 64


JAMES EDWARD BUTTERSWORTH (American, 1817 – 1894)

“Crossing the Finish Line” a unusually large JE Buttersworth luminist masterpiece depicting two yacht races, circa 1875, signed LR. Dimensions: 30¼ x 40¼

HYLAND GRANBY ANTIQUES A large inventory of museum quality 18th & 19th century marine antiques.

Ship Models Scrimshaw Paintings Navigational Instruments

Telephone 508-771-3070 P.O. Box 457, Hyannis Port, MA 02647 Fax 508-778-4842 E-mail: alan@hylandgranby.com www.hylandgranby.com 94 Booth 48


Clockwise: An unusual circular lead cistern lavishly ornamented with signs of the Zodiac, Hope Foundry, Jamestown, NY, ca. 1930. An impressive pair of carved stone fragments with rams' heads and bellflowers, ca. 1906, from Campion Hall, the 1906 North Andover, MA estate of George Kunhardt. A finely carved stone garden seat, ca. 1900, originally from the 1910 Beacon Hill House of Arthur Curtiss James and later moved to Belcourt Castle, Newport, RI, ca. 1900.

By Appointment 路 Katonah, N Y 路 212-744-6281 www.barbaraisrael.com 95

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Allan & Penny Katz 25 Old Still Road Woodbridge, CT 06525 By Appointment

ALLAN KATZ

Tel. (203)393-9356 folkkatz@optonline.net

Americana

Visit allankatzamericana.com to view our new catalog.

Photography by Gavin Ashworth

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KESHISHIAN Antique Carpets, Tapestries & Aubussons

An important William Morris ‘Hammersmith’ carpet. Merton Abbey, England, circa 1889. 16ft 2in x 11ft 6in : 491cm x 351cm. Provenance: John Sanderson Esq., Bullerswood, Kent, England. Morris & Co. Mrs Lucius Gubbins, Eastbourne, and thence by descent. Literature: Linda Parry, William Morris Textiles, Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1983, p 86. William Morris, Victoria and Albert Museum Exhibition Catalogue, London 1996, p 231, fig 97.

www.keshishiancarpets.com LONDON 73 PIMLICO ROAD SW1W 8NE TEL: +44(0)20-7730 8810 FAX: +44(0)20-7730 8803 NEW YORK by appointment TEL: (212) 956 1586 e-mail: info@keshishiancarpets.com

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Jean Royère, Daybed, c. 1950 105 54 E 11th STREET, NEW YORK, NY 10003 212.777.8670

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J O A N B M I RVISS LTD JAPANESE FINE ART

39 East 78th Street, 4th floor | New York NY 10075 Telephone 212 799 4021 | www.mirviss.com Booth 7

Detail of pair of screens depicting snow on pine trees by _ Kawabata Gyokusho (1842â&#x20AC;&#x201C;1913)


111 North Third Street Philadelphia Pa 19106 215.923.8536 modernegallery.com

A Celebration of Design and Nature FURNITURE BY CASTLE, EBNER, ESHERICK, MALOOF, NAKASHIMA.

Specializing in

TURNED WOOD BY LINDQUIST, MOULTHROP, OSOLNIK, PRESTINI, STOCKSDALE.

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CERAMICS BY FERGUSON, KANEKO, SOLDNER, TAKAEZU, VOULKOS.

American Craft and Studio

FRENCH ART DECO, 40’s, 50’s FURNITURE, LIGHTING AND ACCESSORIES.

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Samuel A. Marx, Pair of Side Tables. American, c. 1940

306 EAST 61ST STREET NEW YORK, NY 10065


IMPORTANT AMERICAN PRINTS 1700-1950

Sail Boat. White-line color woodcut by Blanche Lazzell, 1931.

INC. BUYING, SELLING AND BUILDING AMERICAN ART AND MAP COLLECTIONS FOR 115 YEARS. WWW.OLDPRINTSHOP.COM KENNETH M. NEWMAN HARRY S. NEWMAN ROBERT K. NEWMAN 150 LEXINGTON AVENUE AT 30TH STREET NEW YORK, NY 10016-8108 TEL 212.683.3950 FAX 212.779.8040 INFO@OLDPRINTSHOP.COM

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1stdibs Gallery New York Design Center 200 Lexington Avenue, 10th Floor New York, New York Monday – Saturday 10 to 5

470 Jackson Street San Francisco, California 415.956.3300 Monday– Saturday 10 to 5

1225 Main Street Dublin, New Hampshire 603.563.8717 Wednesday – Saturday 10 to 5

inquiries @ peterpap.com

Bessarabian, Ukraine Late 19th century 7' 8" x 9' 10"

Booth 46


REGINALD MARSH (AMERICAN, 1898-1954), THE LOCOMOTIVE, 1935, TEMPERA FRESCO, 58 X 53 ¼ INCHES.

24 EAST 78TH STREET, NEW YORK, NY 10075 | TEL 212-628-9760

Booth 73


Frank & Barbara Pollack American Antiques & Art American Primitive Paintings, Furniture, Textiles, Folk Art, and Related Accessories of the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries. 1214 Green Bay Road, Highland Park, IL 60035 Tel: 847.433.2213 barbarapollack@comcast.net www.antiquesandfineart.com/bpollack

An Imaginative and Dynamic Painted Game Board A uniques variation of the standard Parcheesi format creating a linear â&#x20AC;&#x153;spider webâ&#x20AC;? effect in the corners. 115 American: pine, circa 1880. 24 in. 24 in. Booth 22


C. L. PRICKETT Fine Authenticated American Antiques

Notes: - A hybrid of Connecticut design elements this highboy incorporates the Colchester bonnet, pilasters, legs, knee returns and feet with Wethersfield shells and apron.

Rare Chippendale Carved Birch and Cherry Bonnet-Top Highboy Connecticut, possibly Colchester, circa 1760.

- This is one of only two known pieces to use pilasters on the sides of the upper case. The other, a chest-on-chest from Colchester, Connecticut, is pictured in “The Magazine Antiques”, May 1978, page 893.

Height 87½" (7' 3½"), width 42 ½", depth 21½".

- This is the only known example of a carved “fylfot style” rosette to have five pedal elements.

930 Stony Hill Road, Yardley, (Bucks Co.), PA 19067 Telephone: (215) 493-4284 Website: www.clprickett.com Email: info@clprickett.com

Clarence, Craig, & Todd Prickett 116at the Newtown Exit, #49, of I-95. Hours: By appointment or by chance. Located just 25 minutes north of Philadelphia and 75 minutes south of NYC

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CHRISTOPHER T. REBOLLO FINE PERIOD FURNITURE & ACCESSORIES

5728 Mechanicsville Road, P.O. Box 372, Mechanicsville, PA 18934 Phone: 215.794.9880 • Website: www.ChrisRebollo.com • Email: Chris@ChrisRebollo.com

Profile portrait of Thomas Eakins attributed to Raphaelle Peale (1774–1825). Botetourt County, Virginia circa 1805. Watercolor on paper. 4Ǭ" x 4¼". 117

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INC. ESTABLISHED 1912

Antique Jewelry ~ Silver ~ Objets ~ Porcelain ~ Glass

480 PARK AVENUE at 58th STREET NEW YORK, NY 10022 • (212) 752-6166 i nfo@ jrob i nson.c om 119

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SCHWARZ

Fine Paintings www.schwarzgallery.com 1806 Chestnut Street Philadelphia PA 19103 215 563 4887 mail@schwarzgallery.com Art Dealers Association of America; Art and Antique Dealers League of America; CINOA

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S. J. Shrubsole 104 East 57th Street, New York, NY 10022 Tel: (212) 753-8920 • E-mail: inquiries@shrubsole.com • www.shrubsole.com 123

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Elliott & Grace Snyder P. O. Box 598 • 37 Undermountain Road S. Egremont, MA 01258 Tel: 413-528-3581 • info@elliottandgracesnyder.com

A newly discovered diminutive carved Bible box. Hadley, Massachusetts, c. 1700 17" w x 5¾" h x 9¼" d 125

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carolle@ctpdecorativearts.com www.antique-wallpaper.com

PARIS: TEL: (33-1) 45 50 33 01

“Picnic”, one scene from panoramique wallpaper décor “Les Chasses de Compiègne”. Wood-block printed by Jacquemart, successor of Réveillon, Paris, France, 1812-15 Design by Carle Vernet, specialist painter of horse and hunt scenes (the only panoramique known to be designed by Vernet). H. 7'5" x W. 8' 11 ½" - Mounted on canvas and stretcher Exceptional provenance: private collection of Jean Zuber, founder of the Zuber Manufacture. This scenic hung in the dining room of his home the “Commanderie” in Rixheim, Alsace, France. One version of “Les Chasses” is in the collection of the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, and one in the Musée de la Chasse, Paris.

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THROC KMORTON FINE ART

Mayan, Yoke with engraved representation of a Ballplayer 600-900 BCE, Green Stone, H: 4 1/2 in. L: 18 in. W: 15 3/4 in. From a Private California Collection, 1960s 14 5 E A S T 5 7 t h S T R E E T , 3 r d F L O O R , N E W Y O R K , N Y 10 0 2 2 Tel. 212. 223. 1059 Fax. 212. 223. 1937 www.throckmorton-nyc.com info@throckmorton-nyc.com Galler y Hours: Tuesday - Saturday 11 AM - 5 PM 127

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Jonathan Trace BY APPOINTMENT

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TAYLOR B. WILLIAMS ANTIQUES, L.L.C. American & English Furniture of the 18th & 19th Centuries, Decorative Accessories of the Period, English Enamels and Works of Art Mailing Address: PO Box 100, Harbert, Michigan 49115, Telephone number: 269-469-3613, Fax: 866-619-9684 E-mail: djbernard2@yahoo.com • Web sites: www.taylorbwilliams.com or www.enamels.com Member: THE ANTIQUES COUNCIL WE ARE ALWAYS INTERESTED IN PURCHASING 18TH CENTURY 131 ENGLISH ENAMELS—An entire collection or a single box

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Vetting Committee 2013 Winter Antiques Show

VETTING COMMITTEE Co-Chairs

JOAN BOENING

Armin B. Allen Alan Andersen Robert D. Aronson Craig Basmajian David Bauman Eric W. Baumgartner Michele Beiny Harkins Carlo Bella Dilys E. Blum Giovanni Bucchi Russell Buskirk Steven J. Chait Judy M. Cohen Paul E. Cohen Thomas Colville Wendy A. Cooper Sean Corcoran Suzanne Courcier Wes Cowan Kirtland H. Crump Leon J. Dalva Allan L. Daniel Barbara E. Deisroth Theodore Dell Ulysses Grant Dietz John I. Dintenfass Dennis R. Dodds Consuelo W. Dutschke Linda Eaton

ALICE LEVI DUNCAN KIM HOSTLER ROBERT YOUNG

James Elkind Jackie Fay Stuart P. Feld Donald Fennimore Daniel Finamore Mimi Findlay Peter Findlay Peter Finer Jim Francis Stuart M. Frank Ronald Fuchs II Jennifer Garland Ross Jasper Gaunt Judith Glass Joseph Goddu James B. Godfrey Enrique Goytizolo Martyn Gregory Pat Halfpenny Gregory Hedberg Ariel Herrmann Edwin Hild Sandra Hindman Stacy C. Hollander Kim Hostler Robert Hunter Barbara Israel Robert Israel Mark Jacoby

Harmer Johnson Margot Johnson Bernie Karr Brian Kathenes Marybeth Keene Roger D. Keverne Brian Kish Deborah E. Kraak Simeon Lagodich Martin P. Levy Michele Majer DeWitt Mallary Richard C. Malley Tim Martin Lark Mason Ellen G. Miles Mary Cheek Mills Henry C. Monahan Roddy Moore Edward Munves Robert Mussey Kirk J. Nelson Robert K. Newman Lindsy R. Parrot Barbara Pollack Amy Poster Richard Rasso Simon Redburn Kenneth W. Rendell Ann Marie Richard

Miguel Saco Paul Schaffer Peter L. Schaffer David A. Schorsch Larry Shar Cameron M. Shay Elle Shushan Rand Silver Jonathan Snellenburg Grace Snyder Elliott Snyder Douglas B. Stock Alan N. Stone Peter Tillou Mark M. Topalian James W. Tottis Jonathan Trace Cornelius Van Horne Anthony Victoria Frederick C. Vogt Roberta Waddell Rupert Wace Mark West Gerard Widdershoven Robert W. Wilkins Adam M. Williams Gerold M. Wunderlich Janet Zapata Philip Zea

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All the members of the Vetting Committee are authorities within their respective fields, and their impartial expertise affords the public the highest level of confidence in the fine and decorative arts offered at the 2013 Winter Antiques Show. Each Vetting Committee member represents himself or herself and does not represent or act as an agent of any institution or business. The process of vetting assures the purchaser that every item offered at the Winter Antiques Show has been authenticated through careful professional scrutiny, satisfies all vetting guidelines, and is accurately described on its label. As in years past, each exhibitor personally backs each item sold at the Winter Antiques Show with a certificate of guarantee and bill of sale, which includes full particulars of the item as found on the descriptive label. The discerning public may make this purchase with complete confidence. East Side House Settlement and the Winter Antiques Show Committee wish to thank the individuals listed above who have given their time and expertise in these procedures.

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David Scott Parker Architects 170 Pequot Avenue 10 Gramercy Park South Southport, Connecticut New York, New York 203.259.3373 212.477.1657 www.dsparker.com


Robert Henri (1865-1929), Betalo, 1910-11, Pastel on paperboard, 15 x 12 inches

Menconi & Schoelkopf Fine Art 13 East 69th Street, New York, NY 10021 Ph. 212.879.8815 Email: info@msfineart.com www.msfineart.com


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East Side House Settlement Board of Managers Chairman Joan P. Young* President Peter D. Standish Vice Presidents Karen Kemp Glover Stephen J. Ketchum Treasurer William S. Elder Secretary Mrs. Leslie Keno Lucinda C. Ballard Courtney E. Booth Stephanie B. Clark David L. Duffy* Fay Gambee Marjorie Johnson Hewett Sven E. Hsia Christine Janis George G. King Richard E. Kolman Arie L. Kopelman Michael R. Lynch Jack C. McAlinden* Dolores O’Brien Miller Hon. Eugene Oliver Jr. Emily Israel Pluhar Robert Pondiscio Catalina Quiñones Thomas H. Remien Andrew P. Siff Elizabeth Donnem Sigety Mrs. Charles F. Smithers Ruth H. Smithers Philip L. Yang Jr. Honorary Members Robert F. R. Ballard* Mario Buatta Mrs. Roland W. Donnem Executive Director John A. Sanchez

East Side House Settlement East Side House Settlement is a community resource in the South Bronx. We believe education is the key which enables all people to create economic and civic opportunities for themselves, their families, and their community. Our focus is on critical developmental periods—early childhood and adolescence, and critical junctures—points at which people are determined to become economically independent. We enrich, supplement, and enhance the public school system and place college within reach of motivated students. We provide services to families in order that other family members may pursue their educational goals. We provide technology and career readiness training to enable students to improve their economic status and lead more fulfilling lives.

Programs Sponsored by East Side House Settlement Early Childhood Services

Elementary and Youth Services

• Pre-Kindergarten Program

• Attendance Improvement/ Drop-Out Prevention Program

• Head Start • Day Care

• After-school and Evening Educational Programs

Young Adult and Adult Services

• Summer Day Camp

• Social Services Program

• Mott Haven Village Preparatory High School

• Senior Citizens Program Associate Executive Director Josué Rodriguez

• Youth and Adult Educational Services Program

*Past President

• Financial Literacy Program Community Technology Services • Computer Classes

East Side House Settlement 337 Alexander Avenue Bronx, New York 10454 Telephone (718) 665-5250 Fax (718) 585-1433 www.eastsidehouse.org

• Certification in Microsoft Office, Microsoft Office Specialist, and A+

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• Bronx Haven High School • Smith Campus Young Adult Borough Center • High School for Excellence and Innovation • New Explorers High School • Mott Haven Community High School • Bronx Design and Construction Academy


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THE HERITAGE SOCIETY East Side House Settlement has established the Heritage Society, in which membership is offered to qualified donors based on their cumulative gifts through individual annual gifts, bequests, and other forms of creative giving. Our intention is to recognize and honor generous donors whose contributions are vital to the fulfillment of our mission and to the continued legacy of philanthropy that has benefited East Side House for more than 100 years. Members of the Heritage Society are invited to special seminars with a wide range of topics as well as to special events, including those events associated with the Winter Antiques Show. For a brochure and more detailed information, please contact John Sanchez, Executive Director of East Side House Settlement: telephone (718) 665-5250; fax (718) 585-1433; or e-mail: jas@eastsidehouse.org Philanthropists ($250,000 or more) ANONYMOUS ESTATE OF LOUIS W. BOWEN ESTATE OF WILLIAM & ANN ZELL

Patrons ($100,000 to $249,999) W. GRAHAM ARADER III MR. & MRS. MARVIN H. DAVIDSON ESTATE OF BERENICE B. HETKIN JEAN L. & ROBERT A. STERN ENDOWMENT PHILIP L. YANG JR.

Sponsors ($50,000 to $99,999) MR. & MRS. CARL S. FORSYTHE III MICHAEL GLEISSNER RICHARD B. HOLLAMAN STEPHEN J. KETCHUM ARIE L. KOPELMAN JAMES F. McCOLLOM JR. THE HONORABLE EUGENE OLIVER JR. GEORGE D. O’NEILL MRS. EDMOND J. SAFRA MRS. CHARLES F. SMITHERS Supporters ($25,000 to $49,999) Dr. Darrick E. Antell Mr. & Mrs. Robert F. R. Ballard William Callanan Christopher J. Carrera Caxton Associates LP Peter D’Angelo David L. Duffy & Marcelline Thomson Fay Gambee Greater New York Automobile Dealers Association Richard Green David Long Elizabeth Valk Long Michael R. Lynch Jack C. McAlinden Estate of Cleo Lawson Mitchell John H. Reilly Jr. Thomas Remien & Mary Anne Hunting Candida Romanelli

Estate of Joseph D. Ryle Stephen R. Seiter Jeffrey M. Siegal Peter & Lenore Standish Rodney Strickland Milton S. Teicher Joan P. Young

Friends ($10,000 to $24,999) Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Ames Jonathan Brandt Mr. & Mrs. Henry R. Breck Frank Brunckhorst Mario Buatta Margaret M. Clucas Marina Rust Connor Robert A. Constable Mrs. Roland W. Donnem Lindsay Gruber Dunham Pamela Fiori Jean Fleischhacker Karen Kemp Glover

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Frances Goodwin Sven E. Hsia Christine Janis Chandra Jessee Paul Tudor Jones Mr. & Mrs. Mark Elliot Kingdon Mr. & Mrs. Richard E. Kolman Mr. & Mrs. Henry R. Kravis Valerie Anne Krieger Anuj Malhotra Peter Muller Alexander & Suzanne Rhea Foundation Mark Schienberg Andrew P. Siff Elizabeth Donnem Sigety Harvey Silverman Ruth H. Smithers Nancy F. Solomon William W. Stahl Mr. & Mrs. Edward Kingman Weld Glenn E. Whitmore


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FOUNDATIONS, CORPORATIONS, AND TRUSTS East Side House Settlement would like to thank the following foundations, corporations, and trusts for their generous support in 2012. $150,000 or more BANK OF AMERICA CHARITABLE FOUNDATION CLARK FOUNDATION PINKERTON FOUNDATION ROBIN HOOD FOUNDATION TIGER FOUNDATION

$50,000 or more JP MORGAN CHASE FOUNDATION HENRY AND LUCY MOSES FUND

$10,000 or more COCA-COLA FOUNDATION FRANCES L. & EDWIN L. CUMMINGS MEMORIAL FUND HAGEDORN FUND TEAGLE FOUNDATION TANAKA MEMORIAL FOUNDATION

$5,000 or more THEODORE H. BARTH FOUNDATION EDITH C. BLUM FOUNDATION BTMU FOUNDATION COLGATE PALMOLIVE CON EDISON EPSTEIN TEICHER PHILANTHROPIES

Other Funders JOHN N. BLACKMAN SR. FOUNDATION METZGER-PRICE FUND

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INDIVIDUAL AND GROUP GIFTS President’s Circle ($5,000 or more) Anonymous Arader Galleries Frank Brunckhorst Mr. & Mrs. Marvin H. Davidson Douglas Eby Susan F. Gordon Arie L. Kopelman Hon. Eugene Oliver Jr. Dr. Emily Israel Pluhar Mrs. Charles F. Smithers Peter D. Standish Philip L. Yang Jr.

Sustainers ($2,500 to $4,999) Credit Suisse Americas Foundation David L. Duffy Mimi & Peter Haas Fund Phoenix Lithographing Corporation Alexander & Suzanne Rhea Foundation

Supporters ($1,000 to $2,499) Michele Beiny, Inc Courtney E. Booth Dr. & Mrs. Robert E. Booth Jr. Georgina Butler Tom Byrne Dayton T. Carr Carswell Rush Berlin, Inc. Joseph P. Cerroni Kevin Cottrell Daryl R. Dewbrey Edward T. Dunne Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Alessandro Saracino Fendi Paola Fendi John G. Forbes Jr. Fay Gambee Michael Gan Karen Kemp Glover Katie Grayham Mr. John R. Haines Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Morrison H. Heckscher Sven E. Hsia Carolyn Hsu-Balcer Christine Janis Robert Johnson Mr. & Mrs. George S. Kaufman Stephen J. Ketchum

Richard E. Kolman Marta Jo Lawrence Matthew L. Leonard The Leon Levy Foundation Brett Lowell Jennifer Magro Mrs. Robert B. McKeon Dolores O’Brien Miller Arnold Mintz Sandra Myburgh Mr. & Mrs. Jerry A. Pascucci Peter V. Rajsingh PhD Regions Morgan Keegan Thomas H. Remien RenRe Energy Advisors Ltd. Debora H. Schnappauf & Stephen Shipps Mr. & Mrs. Martin D. Shafiroff Jacqueline Shear Jeffrey M. Siegal Andrew P. Siff Ruth H. Smithers Cynthia C. Starkovsky Lawrence Steigrad Fine Arts Mr. & Mrs. Thomas W. Strauss Mr. & Mrs. Donald G. Tober Forwood C. Wiser Joan P. Young Mr. & Mrs. William L. Zeckendorf

Donors ($500 to $999) Alexander Gallery Gillian Fuller Buzzy E. Geduld Paul E. Kaplan & Sally Schnappauf Elizabeth G. Miller Joan F. Morgan Mr. & Mrs. James M. Noonan Michael Paolerzio Mr. & Mrs. Robert P. Rittereiser Peter N. Schwartz

Associates ($100 to $499) Alfred M. Abate Esq. Dr. & Mrs. Alberto Miguel Acosta Diane Allen AXA Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Van Ayvazian Richard B. Barthelmes

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John S. Bartolomeo Arthur Bell Brian Callahan Mr. & Mrs. Fred Calloway John Capers Mervin Cherrin Children’s Museum of Manhattan Darcel D. Clark David D. Dalfonzo Mr. & Mrs. Chris De Vries Mr. & Mrs. Robert H. Falk Mr. & Mrs. James J. Finn Amber Fitzgerald Joyce Golden Mrs. Richard B. Hollaman Devan L. Kansagara Iris & Edward Klein Carol Herselle Krinsky Michael H. Krupa Mr. & Mrs. Deane Leonard David Lester Mr. & Mrs. J. Michael Loening Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Mahoney Stacy J. Martin Mr. & Mrs. Stowe C. Phelps Ed & Beverly Picker Joan K. Quinn Julian Radford Mrs. Arthur Ross Mildred Roxsborough Laura H. Rubin Madeleine Russell-Shapiro Greg Scheiner Mr. & Mrs. AJ Schwegel Frank Sica Janet Simon Vey Smithers Mr. & Mrs. Richard Solar Laurence T. Sorkin Esq. Robert & Surie Sugarman Helen S. Tucker Mr. & Mrs. Saul Turteltaub Steven A. White Nathaniel & Helen Wisch

Friends ($1 to $99) Kay Amer Ronald Baez Mr. & Mrs. John A. Barone Natalie Barragan Ann E. Bobroff Arthur L. Bowen Beth Brady Rachel Brick Henry G. Cadra Andrew Chengeri Will Cherrin Helen Chin Melissa Cohen Mary Ann Connelly Michelle Cooper Dana Dammacco Alexandra Diaz Naomi Doerner Robert Epstein Sonia Essaibi Ray Frankel Sally Lynn Frey Patricia N. Gallagher Mr. & Mrs. Robert R. Gambee Amy Gartland Kathy Giroux Minerva Gonzalez Marilyn Gordon Mr. & Mrs. Timothy D. Haskin Thomas & Colleen C. Hills Eula C. Johnson Bernice Karikari-Apau Jessica Luna Martin Marcus Seth L. Marvin Leizl Montecillo Nancy Niedt Robert B. Phillips Gloria S. Redlich Sihaya Reid Risa Shimoda Krystle Smith Peter Smith Mr. & Mrs. Timothy G. Terrell Ana Valverde Melania Valverde Hazel Williamson Elizabeth Gilmor Wills


East Side House Settlement

Building Futures through Education and Technology


“Our focus is education as a step toward a better job and more secure employment. We are working to improve the lives of young people and the fabric of the community and the city. I love it when a young person who is struggling comes to the realization ‘I can do more’. ” — William Blair, Director Youth and Adult Education Services (YAES) East Side House Settlement

East Side House’s Youth and Adult Education Services (YAES) program has enrolled more than 1000 young adults ages 16 to 24 in a Young Adult Initiative to enable them to obtain a GED, enter the world of work, and/or enter college. As of June 2012, 325 students were placed in jobs paying $8.00 an hour or higher, 226 students earned a GED, and nearly 200 entered college.

Education and Technology Training at East Side House Settlement: Keys to Economic and Civic Opportunity

The Youth and Adult Education Services (YAES) and Community Technology programs are among East Side House’s highest-performing programs, focusing on job readiness and career development. Both programs track students beyond graduation and provide retention services and opportunities for ongoing support.

To help break the cycle of poverty for residents

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of the South Bronx and surrounding communities,

The Youth and Adult Education Services (YAES) program serves young people between 16 to 24 years of age who are neither in school nor working. The program reconnects more than 250 young adults with their educational goals each year, preparing them to enter college and/or the workforce to pursue a career.

East Side House Settlement provides the support necessary to complete high school, go on to college, and secure a good job. Education and

Disconnected youth often enter the program reading below the 9th grade level. Rigorous pre-GED and GED classes, along with customized support services, build reading and math levels to equip students to pass the GED exam—the equivalent of completing their high school education. At YAES, skills develop at a rapid rate: students’ reading levels increase by at least one grade for every three months spent in the pre-GED class. While earning their GED certificate, students in the program also prepare for the post-secondary transition to college and/or the workforce.

technology training are central to our mission.

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“The skills we provide are fundamental in any job. We teach those skills and, more importantly, increase the ability to command more money in a competitive job market. We help our students get jobs—and help them keep them.” — Ken Greene, Deputy Director Information Technology East Side House Settlement

East Side House’s computer technology program serves more than 1,100 people a month. The program includes a Microsoftcertifying testing center—the first and one of the few of its kind in the South Bronx—that provides specialized training and employment readiness.

“Computer skills are essential,” says Ken Greene, Deputy Director of Information Technology at East Side House. “For our students to have a bright future and be in demand in the workforce, they need training. We provide job readiness skills to people who are unemployed and provide training for workers who are looking to be more marketable. Sometimes people get hired and realize they don’t have all of the skills they need, so they enroll. Our door is always open.”

a comprehensive assessment of a student’s abilities and interests, the staff teaches conflict resolution, critical thinking skills, resume building, interviewing strategies, and professional behavior. An East Side House job developer spends time in the field making contacts and placing students in paid internships and jobs that pay $8.00 per hour or higher. Importantly, YAES provides critical retention services, following students for at least one year after placement in college and/or employment to ensure their ongoing achievement. Markel Taylor and Tyone Hutchinson (featured next page), both graduates of YAES, are successfully established in the workforce and are testaments to the program’s effectiveness.

Like YAES, the Community Technology program stays connected to its students and tracks their successes over time. Patrice Crooks, an employed professional who received her Microsoft Office certification at East Side House, attests to the program’s value.

Community Technology East Side House’s Community Technology program empowers community residents to keep pace with the rapidly changing world and enter the economic mainstream. The program incorporates computer technology as a critical learning tool and provides specialized classes and training programs that lead to certification in Microsoft Office, Microsoft Office Specialist, and A+. The Community Technology program also provides paid internships where students can receive basic instruction and exposure to server technology. The program works closely with YAES to facilitate training and job placement.

East Side House Settlement Staff pictured from left to right, top row: William Blair, Director, Youth and Adult Education Services; Gerry Campbell, Instructor, YAES; Ken Greene, Deputy Director Information Technology; Jacqueline Marrant, Computer Instructor, Technology.

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“I’ve always had a fear of being a statistic. I wanted to be in a better position, not just a different one. I knew that education was the key to having a job and competing for other good jobs in the future. I needed a degree and training.” — Markel Taylor, YAES graduate East Side House Settlement

Markel Taylor

Tyone’s Story by Tyone Hutchinson

Markel Taylor discovered East Side House’s YAES program while looking for options to continue his education. At age 18, the last grade he had completed in school was 2nd grade.

I learned about East Side House through a friend and enrolled in the Youth and Adult Education Services program. I attended classes three days a week. The classes overall were great. It was good to get refreshed after being out of school for some time.

The program was a challenge at first, but Markel was motivated. He attended classes and learned job readiness skills. He put together a resume, performed mock interviews, learned how to conduct himself in a professional environment, and was placed in paid internships to gain valuable experience. While he enjoyed the world of work, Markel knew he needed to stay focused on earning his GED to be able to go to college. “There were a lot of tears, stress, and worry,” he said. “I failed the test three times. I had a lot of doubt. I remember comparing myself to others and thinking I just wasn’t going to get it. But I had a unique story. I hadn’t been in a classroom since the 2nd grade. By staying after school and staying up late I finally did it. I’m glad I didn’t give up. East Side House taught me to never give up.” Now the Assistant Manager at Target in the Bronx, Markel is responsible for overseeing the Guest Services Department and a team of 20 to 25 cashiers. “I’m proud that I have been able to establish a leadership role,” he reflects. “I’ve learned how to lead a team, make tough decisions, and do what is best for the business. Success takes dedication, punctuality, and the ability to take constructive criticism. These are things East Side House taught me and they have been reinforced on the job. You need to go above and beyond and show you can grow.” Markel plans to enroll in college to pursue a degree in business management while working toward a promotion at Target. “I used to wake up and do nothing,” he reports. “Now I wake up and have real responsibility. I’m painting a picture of what I want for my life. I embraced East Side House and what it had to offer. I can look back and say I’ve done a lot. My hope is that my brothers and sisters will do the same and make my mom proud.”

After being in the program for only three months, I received my GED and enrolled in the Borough of Manhattan Community College. The staff at East Side House helped me apply for college as well as tuition assistance, and East Side House even paid my college application fees. About a year later, one of the GED counselors at YAES mentioned there was a position available in the Technology department and they were recommending me for the job. I got hired in December 2008. I started out as an Administrative Assistant, and I am now a Director at East Side House. As CACFP/Procurement Director, part of my job involves overseeing the operations of our various sites to make sure they are in compliance with state requirements. CACFP is the Child and Adult Care Food Program that feeds healthy and nutritious meals to the children in our Centers. What I love most about my position is that it provides me the opportunity to lead. I believe that setting the right tone and guiding your staff in the right direction is the foundation to successful relationships and a successful business. With any success, there are obstacles you have to face along the way: the one I faced most was learning to listen. At East Side House I’ve learned that it is vital to listen to the advice and feedback of others so that you can be provided with useful information that will help you grow. One of my goals is to own my own business one day. My goal is to become a psychologist and open my own practice. With hard work and dedication, I’ve learned you can go anywhere.


“East Side House’s mission is to provide

“Interviewers who inquired about my

hope, help, and results in the South Bronx…

computer skills received firm, confident,

and they do just that.”

and positive responses after my classes at

East Side House.”

Tyone Hutchinson, YAES graduate

East Side House Settlement

Patrice Crooks, certification in Microsoft Office Suite, Community Technology program, East Side House Settlement

Interviewers who inquired about my computer skills received firm, confident, and positive responses after my classes at East Side House. I am now able to pass any skill assessment presented to me at a job prospect. These are statements I would never have dared to utter prior to achieving certification in Microsoft Office Suite at East Side House.

Patrice’s Story by Patrice Crooks A high school diploma, a pink slip, and constant rejection were what I had in 2010. I deeply regretted sacrificing my college education for what, at the time, seemed like a great job and the man of my 19-yearold dreams. The classroom of life was teaching me a lesson.

My current administrative position utilizes these skills daily. Being able to complete tasks efficiently and in a timely fashion is a great feeling as well as an invaluable asset.

I found East Side House through a friend who knew what it was like to be at the bottom. She advised me to call Jacqueline Marrant, an instructor at East Side House, and inquire about computer classes. This was a notion I had never considered and a program I had never heard of. I was approaching 30, unemployed, already out-of-date with technology. I needed a serious upgrade. I picked up the phone.

The need for higher education never ends.As times change and technology evolves, we must evolve also. East Side House offers this opportunity to individuals who do not necessarily fit the required criteria or status of many other programs. They openly accept students who need to gain integral skills to improve not only their knowledge base but their marketability in the workplace.

Ms. Marrant was sincere and encouraging. She urged me to contact the director, Ken Greene, and enroll in the program. In my experience, important people do not take the time to answer the phone themselves, let alone express an earnest interest in enhancing the lives of strangers. I reported to class the next day, amazed by the conversations I had with East Side House staff just 24 hours earlier.

A trusted resource providing access to quality education, technology training, and support over time, East Side House delivers on its promise of opportunity—improving individual lives and strengthening the fabric of communities.

The Microsoft Office class was enlightening and empowering. Ms. Marrant’s training style transcended that of any instructor I have ever met. She was clear, concise, and confident in the subject matter. There was no question that she could not answer, and she had the patience to answer it twice. Learning was happening! Night after night I was exposed to and conquering Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Over the course of the class, Ms. Marrant had become my role model. She took an interest in me as a complete person. I was only a little surprised when she instructed me to enroll in college again and use my daytime hours for something constructive. She was right. I graduated this year with a Bachelor’s Degree in Technology.

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CELEBRATING THE PRESERVATION SOCIETY OF NEWPORT COUNTY

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place—one of the most historically intact cities in North America, home to landmark buildings created over more than 300 years by some of America’s greatest architects, and filled with remarkable collections of fine and decorative arts from around the world. Its spectacular natural scenery, bordered by Narragansett Bay and the Atlantic Ocean, helped to earn Newport the title “Eden of America” as early as the 18th century, and subsequent generations have created one of America’s most beautiful landscapes, with majestic old trees and plants from all corners of the globe.


The Preservation Society of Newport County, a non-profit, educational organization, was created in 1945 to save the city’s internationally significant architectural and cultural heritage. Great architecture, progressive design, unique and picturesque landscapes, social history, and important accomplishments in historic preservation are all represented in the Preservation Society’s 11 historic house museums. More than half a million people—including the Preservation Society’s 28,000 members and thousands of students—take more than 800,000 tours every year and are both enlightened and entertained by Newport’s treasures.

Inside the great houses are the treasures of this historic pageant, such as Townsend and Goddard furniture, China Trade porcelains, Tiffany glass and silver, and European tapestries. Architects, artists, and craftsmen were provided an arena for their own creativity. Visitors to Newport today experience a vibrant and energetic city that also contains important time capsules of American design. It is truly a special place. The buildings, great rooms, and fine and decorative arts that make Newport such a special place are drawn from many periods and cultures from across the globe. The Preservation Society’s historic house museums each tell a specific story, which, taken together, make Newport such a rich and compelling city.

“Newport has more great architecture per square inch than any other place in the country, possibly in the world,” says Dr. Richard Guy Wilson, Commonwealth Professor in Architectural History and Chair of the Department of Architectural History at the University of Virginia, Charlottesville. “Every building under the Preservation Society’s stewardship answers a fundamental, endlessly relevant American question: Who are we? What do we have to say? What do we stand for?”

Hunter House (c. 1748) Hunter House, on Newport Harbor, is one of the great houses of the Georgian period, dating from Newport’s era as a leading commercial seaport and center for the arts and crafts. Originally built for Jonathon Nichols, Jr., it later served as the French naval headquarters during the American Revolution. By 1945, Hunter House faced an uncertain future; that year, The Preservation Society of Newport County was founded in part to save Hunter House. Its rescue was financed by opening tours of the vast Vanderbilt house, The Breakers, in 1948. Hunter House itself opened to the public in 1953 and today is a National Historic Landmark.

Pierre-André Lablaude, Chief Architect of the Chateau of Versailles, expresses it this way, “The Preservation Society’s holdings are so significant because they reveal the history of a community, the history of a society, and the history of taste. Early architectural heritage in the United States is a rarity; these preserved elements are thus all the more precious. They tell us about the history of the urban environment, of its industrial and commercial activity, of the fortunes that this generated, of the families that amassed these fortunes, of the artists (sometimes European) whom they called in to build these villas and create these properties, of the models that inspired them.”

Previous page: The Breakers (1895), a 70-room Italian Renaissance-style villa designed by Richard Morris Hunt for Cornelius Vanderbilt II, was the largest and most opulent of Newport’s Gilded Age summer “cottages.” Photo by Roskelly Inc. Above left: Great hall, The Breakers (1895). Measuring nearly 50 feet in every direction, the great hall was inspired by the open-air courtyards of 16th-century Italian palaces. Photo by John Corbett.

He concludes, “For the general public—and especially for young people —this is an artistic initiation of the highest quality.” From thriving colonial seaport to summer resort of legend during the Gilded Age, the city has been a gathering spot for merchants, ministers, craftsmen, builders, artists, writers, industrialists, society beauties, and sportsmen. It is a long list of individuals who created the nationally significant artistic and cultural legacy of Newport.

Above right: Chepstow (1861). Photo by Stephen Mattos.

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Hunter House (c. 1748) Slab table (c. 1755), attributed to John Goddard, is an example of the exquisite craftsmanship of Newportâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s colonial furniture makers. Hunter House. Photo by Gavin Ashworth. Northeast parlor, Hunter House (after 1748). Its intact 18th-century paneling was the catalyst for the campaign to save Hunter House, which led to the creation of The Preservation Society of Newport County. Photo by Stephen Mattos. Hunter House (c. 1748). Photo by Jim Patrick.

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Kingscote (1841) Built well up from the waterfront, when fashionable Bellevue Avenue was a dirt road which led to undeveloped land south of the port, Kingscote was one of the earliest summer cottages in Newport. English architect Richard Upjohn designed a Gothic Revival house for Georgia planter George Noble Jones. With the Civil War raging, the house was sold in 1864 to China Trade merchant William Henry King. In 1880, the King family commissioned the architectural firm of McKim, Mead & White to design an addition which included a new dining room with glass by Louis Comfort Tiffany. The dining room was unlike anything previously built in Newport, combining Colonial American details with exotic ornament, reflecting the architects’ interest in fusing eastern and western design motifs. This dining room connects Kingscote with the Isaac Bell House only a few doors down Bellevue Avenue. The house was a bequest to the Preservation Society by Gwendolen Rives upon her death in 1972. It became a National Historic Landmark in 1996.

Green Animals Topiary Garden (1860) Fall River, Massachusetts mill executive Thomas Brayton hired Azorean immigrant José Carriero in 1905 as Caretaker-Gardener for his then nearly half-century-old summer home in Portsmouth, Rhode Island. The result was a unique topiary garden. Today, more than 80 pieces of topiary, 200+ species of flowers, and 50 herbs continue to thrive in one of America’s most remarkable gardens. Its name, Green Animals, was the idea of Miss Alice Brayton, who acquired the estate in 1939 upon her father’s death. She left Green Animals to the Preservation Society at her own passing in 1972. Chepstow (1861) Another pre-Civil War house, Chepstow—an Italianate-style villa— was created by Newport architect George Champlin Mason as the summer residence of Edmund Schermerhorn. Acquired by Mrs. Emily Morris Gallatin in 1911, it contains the original Morris-Gallatin furnishings together with important nineteenth-century American paintings. It remained in the Morris family until Mrs. Alletta Morris McBean bequeathed it to the Preservation Society in 1986. Chepstow reflects the taste and collections of a descendant of one of America’s founding families.

Chateau-sur-Mer (1852) A landmark of the High Victorian Age in America, Chateau-sur-Mer was also conceived while Bellevue Avenue was still a dusty country road. It became the most palatial residence in Newport until the appearance of the Vanderbilt houses in the 1890s. The house was built for China Trade merchant William Shepard Wetmore; Mr. Wetmore’s son, George Peabody, and his wife, Edith, hired architect Richard Morris Hunt to remodel and redecorate Chateau-sur-Mer in the 1870s. He added a new mansard roof, porte-cochere, and a multi-story great hall. Florentine sculptor Luigi Frullini designed a new dining room and library. Hunt’s great hall and grand staircase were an early experiment with a theme he later repeated, on a larger scale, at Marble House and The Breakers. Today Chateau-sur-Mer remains a textbook of High Victorian design. After the death of Mr. Wetmore’s two unmarried daughters, the Preservation Society acquired the house in 1969. Chateau-sur-Mer was designated a National Historic Landmark in 2006.

Above left: Chateau-sur-Mer (1852). Photo by Andrea Carneiro. Above right: Library, Chateau-sur-Mer (1852). Along with the dining room, this is one of two surviving rooms in America created by the internationally-renowned Florentine sculptor Luigi Frullini. Photo by Stephen Mattos.

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Kingscote (1841) Dining Room, Kingscote. Photo by John Corbett. Micro-mosaic top table (19th century), composed of marble, malachite, onyx, slate, agate, jasper, and other stones. The center medallion features a view of the Roman Forum. Kingscote. Photo by Gavin Ashworth. Kingscote (1841). Photo by Ira Kerns.

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Isaac Bell House (1883) Designed by the prolific architectural firm of McKim, Mead & White, the Isaac Bell House is a masterpiece of American architecture. It is one of a small group of innovative Shingle Style summer houses built in Newport in the early 1880s. The open plan and fusion of Colonial, European and Asian design motifs made it a seminal work when it first appeared, laying the groundwork for later developments in modernism by Frank Lloyd Wright and others. The commission, undertaken shortly after the renovation of Kingscote, reflects the highly experimental nature of McKim, Mead & White’s work during the early phase of its history. It resulted in the creation of one of the most influential buildings in American architecture. The Isaac Bell House was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1997.

The ladies’ reception room features superbly carved eighteenth-century French woodwork—one of the earliest known such installations in North America. The house was purchased by the Preservation Society in 1972 from the descendants of Cornelius Vanderbilt II; it achieved National Historic Landmark status in 1994. The Elms (1901) Mr. and Mrs. Edward Julius Berwind of Philadelphia and New York created The Elms as a backdrop for their art collection. In 1898, the Berwinds engaged Philadelphia architect Horace Trumbauer to design a house modeled after the eighteenth-century chateau d’Asnieres, outside of Paris. The interiors and furnishings were designed by Allard and Sons of Paris and were the setting for the Berwinds’ collection of Renaissance ceramics, eighteenth-century French and Venetian paintings, and Oriental jades. The elaborate classical revival gardens on the grounds were developed between 1907 and 1914 and include terraces displaying marble and bronze sculpture, a park of fine specimen trees, and a lavish lower garden featuring marble pavilions, fountains, and sunken garden. The Preservation Society of Newport County purchased The Elms in 1962, when it was threatened with demolition, and opened the house to the public. In 1996, The Elms, too, was named a National Historic Landmark.

Marble House (1892) Built for Mr. and Mrs. William K. Vanderbilt, Marble House is a social and architectural landmark that set the pace for Newport’s subsequent transformation from a quiet summer colony of wooden houses to the legendary resort of opulent stone palaces. Mrs. Vanderbilt envisioned Marble House as her “temple to the arts” in America. Designed by the architect Richard Morris Hunt, and furnished by Parisian cabinet makers Allard and Sons, the house cost an estimated 11 million dollars, of which seven million was spent on 500,000 cubic feet of marble. Mrs. Vanderbilt sold the house to Frederick H. Prince in 1932; the Preservation Society acquired the house in 1963 through the generosity of Mr. and Mrs. Harold S. Vanderbilt. It was named a National Historic Landmark in 2006.

Above left: Marble House (1892). Photo by John Corbett.

The Breakers (1895) Built for Cornelius Vanderbilt II, The Breakers is the grandest of Newport's summer “cottages” and a symbol of the Vanderbilt family’s social and financial preeminence in turn-of-the-century America. Designed by Richard Morris Hunt immediately after he designed Marble House, it replaced an earlier wooden cottage, also called The Breakers, which was destroyed by fire in 1892. Hunt created a mansion in the Italian Renaissance style. Decorated by an international team of artists and craftsmen, the interiors include music and morning rooms crafted in Paris and bedrooms designed by the Boston designer Ogden Codman.

Above right: Ballroom, Marble House (1892). With walls of carved wood covered with gold leaf, this room was the setting for a ball in honor of Consuelo Vanderbilt in 1894. The guest of honor was her future husband, the 9th Duke of Marlborough. Photo by John Corbett.

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The Elms (1901) Dining Room, The Elms. Photo by John Corbett. Portrait of Elizabeth Drexel Dahlgren Lehr (1905), by Giovanni Boldini. The Elms. Photo by Gavin Ashworth. Sunken garden, The Elms (1901). Architect Horace Trumbauer was recalled in 1907 to work with gardener Bruce Butterton to design the sunken garden and marble pavilions. French landscape designer Jacques Greber advised on the design of the parterre beds. Photo by Andrea Carneiro. The Elms (1901). Photo by Andrea Carneiro.

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Rosecliff (1902) Stanford White built Rosecliff for Hermann and Teresa Oelrichs, modeling it after the Grand Trianon (1687) in the park of Versailles. Mrs. Oelrichs was born Theresa Fair in Virginia City, Nevada; her father, James Graham Fair, was a partner with Mackay, Flood and O’Brien, developers of the Comstock Lode silver mine. She married Hermann Oelrichs in 1890, becoming a leader in Newport society and making Rosecliff famous for its lavish parties. The building, a stark contrast to White’s Isaac Bell House— built nearly 20 years earlier, only a mile down Bellevue Avenue—illustrates the wide diversity of style for which Newport is known. The mansion is now preserved through the generosity of its last owners, Mr. and Mrs. J. Edgar Monroe, of New Orleans. They gave the house, its furnishings, and an endowment to the Preservation Society in 1972. [see pg 9]

The Preservation Society of Newport County,

Drawn from more than 55,000 objects in these houses and in our collection, the objects displayed at the 2013 Winter Antiques Show highlight—if only barely—the incredible depth of ornament and decorative art to be seen, in their original settings, in the houses of The Preservation Society of Newport County. When you visit us we think you will agree with Pierre-André Lablaude: “For the general public—and especially for young people—the Preservation Society’s holdings are an artistic initiation of the highest quality.”

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The Preservation Society seeks to inspire and promote an appreciation of the value of preservation to enrich the lives of people everywhere. The Winter Antiques Show is delighted to celebrate The Preservation Society of

Above left: Rosecliff (1902). Photo by Ira Kerns.

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Above right: Green Animal Topiary Garden (1860). A unique topiary garden. Today, more than 80 pieces of topiary, 200+ species of flowers, and 50 herbs continue to thrive in one of America’s most remarkable gardens. Photo by Richard Cheek.

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Catherine Sweeney Singer Winter Antiques Show

Executive Director

The 59th Winter Antiques Show welcomes 65 seasoned exhibitors as well as new exhibitors Cove Landing, Delaney Antique Clocks, Didier Ltd., Glass Past, Carlton Hobbs LLC, Derek Johns Ltd. and Theo Johns Fine Art Ltd., Allan Katz Americana, and Magen H Gallery. With objects dating from the 8th century BCE to 1979 and in disciplines rarely seen at prior shows, we thank our exhibitors for making our 59th show the most diverse ever. We thank our new Presenting Sponsor, J.P. Morgan for generously underwriting this year’s show and Opening Night Party. Each year, we collaborate on the special loan exhibition, generously underwritten for a 17th year by Chubb Personal Insurance. We thank Chubb and all our new friends in Newport, as well as our exhibition designer Jeff Daly for this year’s sumptuous—and glamorous—exhibition. Throughout the year, East Side House staff—plus hundreds of others who donate their time, including the Show’s many volunteers, the Winter Antiques Show Committee, Dealers’ Committee, and the Vetting Committee—work to ensure the show’s success and maintain its high standards. We thank these and remember especially the late Wendell Garrett, who served as Honorary Chairman of the Vetting Committee for two decades. In my 19th year with the show, I thank Winter Antiques Show Committee Chairman Arie L. Kopelman, Vice Chairs Lucinda Ballard and Michael Lynch, and East Side House Settlement’s Board President Peter Standish and Executive Director John Sanchez for their commitment to the show. We thank Rubenstein Associates, Mediaedge:cia, and Worx Branding and Advertising for the show’s marketing campaigns. Anita Bassie and Tom Sokol at Group M have once again produced the show’s beautiful catalogue, edited by Anne Paige and filled with ads secured by our Advertising Sales Director Jill Bossert. We thank the entire catalogue team and our advertisers. Eula C. Johnson, Winter Antiques Show Coordinator at East Side House Settlement, celebrates her 25th year with the show. We thank her and the Benefit Office staff: Elisha Brewster, Diane Carter, Norma McLeod, Bob Phillips, Aletha Ramirez, and Mapple Walker as well as the East Side House crew: Hartley Beckles, Federico Berrios, Tyron Broughton, Byron Johnson, Harvey Lesesne, Leo Lucas, David McCants, Wesley T. McNeal, Darren Payne, Armstrong Rushworth, and Ary Tolerie. We thank our tellers Gloria Boucher-Kinter, Walter Hershman, Maria Sassian, Olivia Kinter, Chris O’Neal, and Head Teller James Kroll. A member of our staff for a decade, Willie McCoy, died unexpectedly last summer. We will miss his high spirits, kind manner, and deep, sonorous voice. We thank our Senior Show Management staff Samantha Rothenberg, Chelsea Becher, and Christina Romano and our Floor Manager, John Reynolds. Graduate students in the Master’s program in American Fine and Decorative Art at Sotheby’s Institute of Art are this year’s welcome interns: Bailey Cardinal, Elizabeth Chandler, Kathryn Fredericks, Marci King, Erin Mandley, Elle McPherson-Yoon, Vlada Monaenkova, Gordon Naumburg,Timothy O’Connor, Melissa Okan, Melissa Powell, James Rosenthal, Melanie Roven, Evelyn Salvarinas, Alexandra Schilt, and Claire Shields. We thank especially Ashley Rettenmaier who was promoted to Assistant Director at the 2012 Show and who already (in addition to her myriad innovative and well-executed responsibilities) has begun plans for the Show’s Diamond Jubilee in 2014. Many who contribute to the Winter Antiques Show’s success are acknowledged elsewhere in this catalogue. On behalf of East Side House Settlement and the Winter Antiques Show, thank you to all who have made this year’s show possible. Best wishes for 2013, Best wishes for 2013,

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WE ALSO THANK: MARK AISTON Aiston Fine Art Services STEVEN ALVES Worx Branding and Advertising SHAE APLAND Worx Branding and Advertising ANITA BASSIE Group M Design PATRICK BELL ex officio, Winter Antiques Show Dealers’ Committee ELIZABETH BERGREN Sharp Communications, Inc. LIZ BICKLEY Park Avenue Armory JOAN BOENING Winter Antiques Show Vetting Committee Co-Chair COURTNEY BOOTH Young Collectors Night Co-Chair ANN BOROWIEC J.P. Morgan JOHN BRANNIGAN Exhibition Employees Union Local 829 RYAN BRANT Brant Art Media, Inc. JAMES BRODSKY Sharp Communications JOHN BRUNO Exhibition Employees Union Local 829 MICHAEL BRUNO 1stdibs KIM BUISSON Chanel USA CHARLES J. BURNS The Preservation Society of Newport County GEORGINA BUTLER Chanel USA MIKE CARNEY Citadel Security ANDREW CHAIT Winter Antiques Show Dealers’ Committee JONATHAN CLANCY Sotheby’s Institute STEPHANIE CLARK Young Collectors Night Co-Chair KELLY C. COFFEY J.P. Morgan TRUDY COXE The Preservation Society of Newport County JEFF DALY Jeff Daly Design DEBRA & CLAUDIO DEL VECCHIO DAN DIMANT Mediaedge:cia SARAH DONNEM JAY DORITY Park Avenue Armory ALICE LEVI DUNCAN Winter Antiques Show Vetting Committee Co-Chair KEVIN DUNPHY Exhibition Employees Union Local 829 SIMON EDSOR Winter Antiques Show Dealers’ Committee CAITLIN M. EMERY The Preservation Society of Newport County MARY ERDOES J.P. Morgan ELIZABETH FELD Winter Antiques Show Dealers’ Committee MARIANA FERNANDEZ Rubenstein Associates STEPHEN FERRARA Exhibition Employees Union Local 829 PETER A. FLYNN Chubb Personal Insurance TONY FREUND 1stdibs PETER GEE Park Avenue Armory CARL GIANATIEMPO Exhibition Employees Union Local 829 JULIE B. GOLDBERG Rubenstein Associates, Inc. KRISTA GROSSER Mediaedge:cia ANDREW HALL Mediaedge:cia JOHN HAMILTON Select Contracting Inc. KEITH HARRINGTON Phoenix Lithographing Corporation MELISSA HELWIG Select Contracting Inc. KIM HOSTLER Winter Antiques Show Dealers’ Committee and Vetting Committee Co-Chair MICHELLE IMPEY Chubb Personal Insurance BARBARA ISRAEL ex officio, Winter Antiques Show Dealers’ Committee ELLEN ISRAEL Winter Antiques Show Dealers’ Committee JAY JANICKI Aduro Productions THOMAS JAYNE MIKE JESSUP Canard Inc.

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ANITA JORGENSEN Anita Jorgensen Lighting Design MIRANDA LP KEAGLE The Preservation Society of Newport County THOMAS KEARNS GT Custom Inc. STEPHEN KENNARD Canard Inc. DEBORAH KORB J.P. Morgan BEN KRAMER Eventbrite WAYNE LOWERY Park Avenue Armory BENJAMIN MACKLOWE JOHANNA MCBRIEN Antiques & Fine Art JAMES MCCONNAUGHY Winter Antiques Show Dealers’ Committee KEVIN MCCORMACK Select Contracting Inc. ROBERT MCGINLEY Chubb Personal Insurance HARRY MCLAUGHLIN Citadel Security STACY MCLAUGHLIN 1stdibs JOHN V. MCNAMEE JR. Exhibition Employees Union Local 829 AMY MCNEECE Chubb Personal Insurance DANIEL MEEKER Daniel Meeker Lighting and Set Design PAUL MILLER The Preservation Society of Newport County WENDY MOONAN CHARLES J. MOORE The Preservation Society of Newport County KATHRYN NAVE Mediaedge:cia JENNIFER NORTON The Magazine Antiques GRETCHEN PARKS J.P. Morgan EMILY ISRAEL PLUHAR Young Collectors Night Co-Chair ELIZABETH POCHODA The Magazine Antiques KARIINA RAND Mediaedge:cia DEBORAH RASKIN Rubenstein Associates, Inc. KENNETH W. RENDELL KIRSTEN REOCH Park Avenue Armory REBECCA ROBERTSON Park Avenue Armory ELLEN HOENER ROSS Acordia Northeast HOWARD J. RUBENSTEIN Rubenstein Associates, Inc. DARIAN SCATTON Group M Design DAVID A. SCHORSCH Winter Antiques Show Dealers’ Committee ELLE SHUSHAN WILLIAM MERRITT SINGER Gruzen Samton Architects JOHN SMIROLDO Antiques & Fine Art R. SCUDDER SMITH Antiques & the Arts Weekly TOMAS SOKOL Group M Design BARRY SOMMERS Chase Wealth Management LADY HENRIETTA SPENCER-CHURCHILL JENNIFER STARK Park Avenue Armory JENNIFER STEBBINS East Side House Settlement DANIELA STIGH Rubenstein Associates, Inc. JOE STRIEFSKY Select Contracting Inc. BILL TANSEY Tansey Design JOHN R. TSCHIRCH The Preservation Society of Newport County SERENA TUFO 1stdibs MARYSIA WALKER Worx Branding and Advertising MARISA WAYNE Rubenstein Associates, Inc. CAROLYN J. WEEKLEY Colonial Williamsburg Foundation KRISTIN YEE Eventbrite EBIE YUNGA Mediaedge:cia TY YORIO Citadel Security ROBERT YOUNG Winter Antiques Show Vetting Committee Co-Chair BOBBY ZALE Select Contracting Inc.


General Information The Winter Antiques Show office is located to the right inside the Armory’s Park Avenue entrance. Any questions or concerns during the show should be addressed to the Winter Antiques Show’s Executive Director, Catherine Sweeney Singer at (646) 619-6030, or to arettenmaier@WinterAntiquesShow.com. East Side House Settlement assumes no responsibility for the personal property of visitors. Lost and found articles should be reported to the Show office or to a security officer. Security regulations at the Armory require packages brought into the Armory to be checked prior to entering the exhibition floor. All bags—including tote bags, shopping bags, briefcases, backpacks, and large purses—must be checked. Baby strollers are not permitted on weekends due to crowds. Smoking is not permitted. All merchandise purchased at the Winter Antiques Show must be accompanied by passes from the exhibitors from whom the items were bought. East Side House Settlement—including its Board of Managers, employees, agents, and all Winter Antiques Show committees—assumes no liability for articles purchased or sold at the show, nor does it bear any responsibility for the authenticity of articles in the Winter Antiques Show catalogue. Inquiries about the Winter Antiques Show can be addressed to the Benefit Office, East Side House Settlement, 337 Alexander Avenue, Bronx, New York 10454. You may also reach us by calling East Side House at (718) 665-5250 or by visiting WinterAntiquesShow.com. East Side House Settlement is grateful for your support of the 59th annual Winter Antiques Show, and we look forward to seeing you next year at the Show’s 60th Anniversary, January 24 through February 2, 2014. The phoenix, emblem of the Winter Antiques Show since 1956, is from a c. 1750-80 looking glass, probably from Philadelphia, in the M. and M. Karolik Collection of 18th century American Arts at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.


Floor Plan of Exhibitors 2013 Winter Antiques Show

18 Maison Gerard Ltd.

17

15

Safani Gallery, Inc.

Alfred Bullard, Inc.

14 Aronson of Amsterdam

CAFÉ

19 The Old Print Shop

Peter Pap Oriental Rugs

20 Stephen & Carol Huber

21

45 Joan R. Brownstein Peter H. Eaton

43

Moderne Gallery

Glass Past

22

41

David A. Frank & Barbara Schorsch - Eileen M. Smiles Pollack

59

44

58

Cohen & Cohen

Liz O’Brien

Macklowe Gallery

Throckmorton Fine Art

40

Martyn Gregory

54

Tillou Gallery

Rupert Wace Ancient Art

Suzanne Courcier s Robert W. Wilkins

24

Philip Colleck

25

Schwarz Gallery

Hostler Burrows

Foster s Gwin

Taylor B. Williams

Olde Hope Antiques Barbara Israel Garden Antiques

36

S. J. Shrubsole Allan Katz Corporation Americana

Carlton Hobbs

34 Alexander Gallery

Kentshire Galleries

32 Lost City Arts

30

50

Hyland Granby Antiques

1

SHOW ENTRANCE

225

47

8

68 66

Delaney Antique Clocks

48

The Preservation Society of Newport County

The Fine Art Society

67 65

Thomas Colville Fine Art

49

Carswell C. L. Rush Berlin Prickett

29

53 52

Ralph M. Chait Galleries

Magen H

Geoffrey Diner Gallery

31

Peter Finer

Elliott & Grace Snyder

9

James Robinson

33

28

Nathan Liverant and Son

38

35

26

10

70

A La Vieille Russie

51

Jonathan Trace

Bauman Rare Books

BAR

37

Cove Landing

11

Jonathan Boos

69

Hirschl & Adler Galleries

Didier Ltd.

72

71

Joe Kindig Antiques

12

Peter Fetterman Gallery

56

55

Georgian Manor Antiques

74

Gerald Peters Gallery

57

42

Christopher T. Rebollo Antiques

73

Keshishian

13

75

Roger Keverne

39

23

27

46

Adelson Galleries

Carolle ThibautPomerantz

7

64

Joan B. Mirviss, Ltd.

62

Les Enluminures

Arader Galleries

5

60

Robert Young Antiques

Hyde Park Antiques

6

63 Hill-Stone

61 Elle Shushan

Associated Artists LLC

Michele Beiny

Kenneth W. Rendell

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Derek Johns Ltd. / Theo Johns Fine Art

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Index to Advertisers

2013 Winter Antiques Show

Exhibitors

Exhibitors (continued)

Interior Designers, Decorators & Architects

A La Vieille Russie, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59 Adelson Galleries, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60 Alexander Gallery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61 Arader Galleries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62 Aronson of Amsterdam . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63 Associated Artists, LLC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64 Bauman Rare Books . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65 Michele Beiny, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66 Carswell Rush Berlin, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67 Jonathan Boos . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68 Joan R. Brownstein and Peter H. Eaton . . . . . . 69 Alfred Bullard, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70 Ralph M. Chait Galleries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71 Cohen & Cohen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72 Philip Colleck, Ltd. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73 Thomas Colville Fine Art . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74 Suzanne Courcier ● Robert W. Wilkins . . . . . . 75 Cove Landing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76 Delaney Antique Clocks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77 Didier Ltd. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78 Geoffrey Diner Gallery, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79 Les Enluminures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80 Peter Fetterman Gallery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81 The Fine Art Society PLC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82 Peter Finer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83 Foster ● Gwin, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84 Georgian Manor Antiques . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85 Glass Past . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86 Martyn Gregory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87 Hill-Stone, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88 Hirschl & Adler Galleries, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89 Carlton Hobbs LLC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90 Hostler Burrows . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91 Stephen & Carol Huber . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92 Hyde Park Antiques . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93 Hyland Granby Antiques . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94 Barbara Israel Garden Antiques . . . . . . . . . . . . 95 Derek Johns Ltd./Theo Johns Fine Art Ltd. . . 96 Allan Katz Americana . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97 Kentshire Galleries, Ltd. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98 Keshishian . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99 Roger Keverne Limited . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .100 Joe Kindig Antiques . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101 Nathan Liverant and Son LLC . . . . . . . . . . . . 102 Lost City Arts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103 Macklowe Gallery, Ltd. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104 Magen H Gallery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105 Maison Gerard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106, 107 Joan B. Mirviss, Ltd. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108 Moderne Gallery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109 Liz O’Brien . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110 The Old Print Shop, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 111 Olde Hope Antiques, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 112 Peter Pap Oriental Rugs, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113 Gerald Peters Gallery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114 Frank & Barbara Pollack American Antiques & Art . . . . . . . . . . . . 115 C.L. Prickett . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 116 Christopher T. Rebollo Antiques . . . . . . . . . . 117 Kenneth W. Rendell Gallery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 118 James Robinson, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 119 Safani Gallery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120

Schwarz Gallery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 121 David A. Schorsch-Eileen M. Smiles American Antiques, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 122 S.J. Shrubsole Corporation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123 Elle Shushan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 124 Elliott & Grace Snyder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 125 Carolle Thibaut-Pomerantz . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 126 Throckmorton Fine Art, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 127 Tillou Gallery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 128 Jonathan Trace . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 129 Rupert Wace Ancient Art Limited . . . . . . . . . 130 Taylor B. Williams Antiques . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 131 Robert Young Antiques . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 132

306E61 - Interior Design Building . . . . . . . . 137 Alessandra Branca . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 154 Cullman & Kravis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 143 David Scott Parker Architects . . . . . . . . . . . . . 134 Ferguson & Shamamian . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 183 John B. Murray Architect . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 146 New York Design Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 Pamela Banker Associates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 136 Peter Pennoyer Architects . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 169 Ralph Harvard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 Suzanne Lovell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34, 35 Thomas Pheasant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 195

Luxury Retail Antiques & Fine Art Dealers 1stdibs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 Alaska on Madison . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 208 Bernd Goeckler Antiques . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 144 Carl Moore Antiques . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 187 H.M. Luther . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .191 Joel Oppenheimer Gallery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 189 Julius Lowy Frames & Restoring Company . . . . . . . . 182 Maison Felice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 140 Manhattan Art & Antiques Center . . . . . . . . 153 Manko American Folk Art . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 193 Menconi & Schoelkopf . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 135 Pamela Sztybel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 205 Sherwoods Spirit of America . . . . . . . . . . . . . 147 Stair Galleries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 197 Wally Findlay Galleries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 151 William Vareika Fine Art . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 155

Carpets & Textiles Antique Tapestry Restoration . . . . . . . . . . . . . 205 Brunschwig & Fils . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Stark & Darius Antique Rugs . . . . . . . . . . . . 145 Stephanie Odegard Collection . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23

Fixtures, Lighting & Reproductions McKinnon & Harris . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Price Glover . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 209

Publications American Express Publishing . . . . . . . . . . . . . 190 Antiques & Fine Art . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 216, 217 Apollo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 207 Condé Nast Media Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 168 Modern Magazine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 218 New York Magazine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 The Magazine Antiques . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 139

Insurance & Financial Chase Private Client . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10, 11 Chubb Personal Insurance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5, 21 Crystal & Company . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 208 Goldman Sachs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .150 J. P. Morgan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Back cover Wells Fargo Insurance Services of New York . . . 192

Real Estate Carriage Properties . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 200 Sotheby’s International Realty . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46

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Bergdorf Goodman . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 170 Bloomingdale’s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 152 Brooks Brothers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28, 29 Bulgari . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Inside back cover Chanel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Inside front cover Cora International Jewelry . . . . . . . . . . . 148, 149 Elizabeth Locke Jewels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Estée Lauder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 167 Ralph Lauren . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Saks Fifth Avenue . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 203

Museums Drayton Hall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 201 National Gallery of Art . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Preservation Society of Newport County . . . . 171 Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library . . . . 141

Shows & Auction Houses 2013 Gala Preview of the New York International Auto Show . . . . 210 2013 New York International Auto Show . . . 220 American International Fine Art Fair . . . . . . . 214 AVENUE Antiques & Art at the Armory . . . 219 Baltimore Summer Antiques Show . . . . . . . . 199 Bonhams Auctioneers & Appraisers . . . . . . . . 194 Christie’s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 188 Cowan’s Auctions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 186 Delaware Antiques Show . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 200 Doyle New York . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 198 Freeman’s Auctioneers & Appraisers . . . . . . . . 181 Guernsey’s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 138 LAPADA Art & Antiques Fair . . . . . . . . . . . . 215 Newport Antiques Show . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 206 Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show . . . 212 Park Avenue Armory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 213 Philadelphia Antiques Show . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 185 San Francisco Fall Antiques Show . . . . . . . . . 204 Skinner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 184 Sotheby’s Americana . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 196 Theta Charity Antiques Show . . . . . . . . . . . . 202 Winter Antiques Show Diamond Jubilee . . . . 221

Special Services Aiston Fine Art Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 224 Canard, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 142 Christie’s Fine Art Storage Services . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Group M Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 202 Phoenix Lithographing Corporation . . . . . . . 211


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59thAnnual Winter Antiques Show

A BENEFIT FOR EAST SIDE HOUSE SETTLEMENT

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2013 Winter Antiques Show Catalogue