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The sixty-ninth annual edition of The Winter Show is an exhibition by distinguished dealers featuring fine and decorative arts for sale. East Side House Settlement owns the Show, and benefits from the fair’s ticket sales, catalogue revenues, and corporate sponsorships. No part of sales made by the exhibitors is received by East Side House.left: Rolleston Ltd right: Robert Simon Fine Art
Welcome from Lucinda C. Ballard & Michael R. Lynch The Winter Show Committee Co-Chairs
Letter from Helen Allen Executive Director, The Winter Show
Partners & Acknowledgements
The Winter Show Opening Night Party Honorees & Patrons: Neighborhood Heroes & Community Leaders
Opening Night Party Patrons: Literacy Supporters, Family Sustainers & Opportunity Champions
Insiders Preview for Museum & Design Professionals, Design Council, VIP Luncheon & Connoisseurs Night Committee
Welcome from Daniel Diaz Executive Director, East Side House Settlement
Design Co-Chairs: Elizabeth Lawrence, Alex Papachristidis, Stephen Sills & Bunny Williams
FEATURE 54 “The Finest Piece of Walnut Furniture of its Type” Compiled by the staff of The Magazine Antiques
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Nonprofit organizations like East Side House are a vital community resource and an inspiration to us all. Thanks to their creative efforts through programs like The Winter Show, progress is being made, our New York City neighorhoods are becoming a better place to live and work, and the lives of countless New Yorkers are being changed for the better.
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THE WINTER SHOW CO-CHAIRSLucinda C. Ballard Michael R. Lynch
It is with much gratitude and enthusiasm that we celebrate The Winter Show’s sixty-ninth anniversary together at the Park Avenue Armory—a core institution of New York’s art scene. Though our time at Barney’s last Spring was a glamorous throwback, we are delighted to return to our decades-long home.
The Winter Show has consistently set the standard for quality and connoisseurship as the longest-running art, antiques, and design fair in the country. While upholding our unyielding commitment to quality, we have kept our sights focused on the future and remain mindful of changing demographics and tastes within the competitive art market. This year, we are delighted to bring together some of the most respected fine and decorative arts experts representing a wide range of disciplines and price points.
The Show proudly serves as the principal fundraising effort of East Side House, a community-based non-profit organization that offers quality education, job training, and assistance services to individuals living in the Bronx and Northern Manhattan. We remain the only major fair in New York that dedicates all its proceeds to charity.
For over 130 years, East Side House has provided families with innovative services and programs to help meet their evolving
needs. Its efforts have included a full-scale food bank reaching 5,000 people each week and a home-delivered meal program for 900 older adults. A leader in the field of youth services, East Side House encourages innovation to help New York’s young residents graduate from high school, enroll in college, pursue careers, and achieve economic security. Every contribution to East Side House directly benefits our most vulnerable communities and helps more than 10,000 people break the cycle of poverty each year.
Our team members, interns, volunteers, and students are the very heart of East Side House and The Winter Show. We are grateful for the hundreds of exceptional individuals who have contributed their time, energy, and enthusiasm to ensure we deliver on our promises to the community.Lucinda C. Ballard Michael R. Lynch
Executive DirectorHelen Allen
We are delighted to welcome our friends, colleagues, and supporters to the 69th edition of The Winter Show, America’s leading art, antiques, and design fair.
The Winter Show has cultivated and inspired generations of collectors, antique hunters, and art and design enthusiasts since 1954. We are delighted to return to The Park Avenue Armory — our home for almost 70 years. This year’s Show will present 68 leading dealers from around the world and a diverse selection of museum-quality fine ar t, decorative objects, and jewelry spanning over 5,000 years. Many exhibitors have participated in The Winter Show for decades, including Hyde Park Antiques, which is celebrating its 40th year in the Fair! Familiar faces will be joined by a diverse group of 11 new dealers from Buenos Aires, Milan, London, and Paris, as well as Bryn Mawr, and Philadelphia. All of our participants proudly uphold the tradition of excellence expected of The Winter Show.
It has been a delight to collaborate with our esteemed Design Council Co-Chairs Elizabeth Lawrence, Alex Papachristidis, Stephen Sills, Bunny Williams, and their colleagues over the past several months. Their vision, creativity, and dedication are a source of inspiration to our team. We hope that you will take time to enjoy their exceptional vignettes on the show floor. Thank you for lending your tremendous talents to make the 2023 Fair a success. To our Design Council Honorary Chair, Wendy Goodman, and our talented Rising Stars, Darren Jett, Delia Kenza, and Olivia Song, thank you for your support.
Proceeds from The Winter Show support the life-changing work of East Side House Settlement, one of New York’s leading community-based organizations. Located in the South Bronx, East Side House believes that education is the gateway out of poverty and works towards providing quality education and resources to residents of the Bronx and northern Manhattan. It is an honor to collaborate with the dedicated team at East Side House, knowing that our work fur thers its mission to transform lives in the community it serves.
Thank you, as always, to The Winter Show’s Co-Chairs Lucinda Ballard and Michael Lynch for your invaluable insights and support. To our Advisory Council — we are so grateful for your candor, wisdom, and enthusiasm. To my incredible colleagues Beatrice Giuli and Veronica Wu, you inspire me each and every day with your openness, collaborative spirits, and encouragement.
A very special thanks to the Dealers Committee and the Show’s Vetting Committee Co-Chairs for the time and energy they invest to ensure that The Winter Show maintains an unparalleled roster of exhibitors featuring thousands of top-quality, vetted works of art from around the world. Most importantly, to all our exhibitors — none of this would be possible without your commitment to excellence and love of the arts.Helen Allen Executive Director The Winter Show
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LUCINDA C. BALLARD MICHAEL R. LYNCH
Chairman Emeritus ARIE L. KOPELMAN
Executive Director Project Manager Consultant Operations
HELEN ALLEN BEATRICE GIULI VERONICA WU JOEL MORRISON
East Side House Settlement
DANIEL DIAZ Executive Director
LAURA DALEY KHRIS HARRISON NATALIE LOZADA
ANDREW CHAIT Chair
JOAN BOENING FLEUR CALLEGARI LORI COHEN BENOIST DRUT
DIDIER HASPESLAGH MARTINE NEWBY HASPESLAGH MATTHEW IMBERMAN
Vetting Committee Co-Chairs
JOAN BOENING ALICE LEVI DUNCAN JAY GRIMM ROBERT YOUNG
THE WINTER SHOW 2023
COURTNEY BOOTH CHRISTENSEN MAUREEN KERR HELEN FRECH KIPPAX
JEFFREY CALDWELL STEPHANIE B. CLARK MICHAEL DIAZ-GRIFFITH
CHRISTINE DONAHUE JONI GROSSMAN MARY ANNE HUNTING
TENA KAVANAGH GEORGE G. KING HELEN FRECH KIPPAX ELLEN WASHBURN MARTIN
LARK MASON LUCINDA B. MAY THOMAS H. REMIEN
OPENING NIGHT PARTY
Design Council Co-Chairs
ELIZABETH LAWRENCE ALEX PAPACHRISTIDIS STEPHEN SILLS BUNNY WILLIAMS
Design Council Honorary Chair
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MICHAEL R. LYNCH & SUSAN BAKER
THE MARTIN FAMILY
BOB & BECKY ALEXANDER
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CHARLES P. DURKIN, JR.
THADDEUS & ALLISON GRAY
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MRS. CHARLES F. SMITHERS
LOIS & ARTHUR STAINMAN
TAKESHI & MAKIKO UESHIMA
TARA & ROY J. ZUCKERBERG
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Richard & Debra Kolman
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Jerry Lauren Robert & Ellen Meyer
David & Dolores Miller
Virginia & Timothy Millhiser
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Liz & Jeff Peek
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Michael A. Kovner & Jean Doyen de Montaillou
Geraldine S. Kunstadter
Anne Kriken Mann
Linda & Ben McGrath
Hanno D. Mott & Grete Meilman
John E. Oden
Dr. & Mrs. David Orentreich
Susan R. Palm
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Lilli & Jonathan Roth
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HISTORICALLY SIGNIFICANT WORKS OF ART
INSIDERS PREVIEW FOR MUSEUM & DESIGN PROFESSIONALS
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Helen Frech Kippax
Ellen Washburn Martin
Kathy Abbott Neal Beckstedt
Darren Jett Delia Kenza Olivia Song
Armin B. Allen
Robert D. Aronson
Tara Gleason Chicirda
Sarah D. Coffin
Michael Cohen Paul Cohen
Alice Levi Duncan
Jackie Fay Elizabeth Feld Stuart P. Feld Daniel Finamore
Peter Finer Jim Francis Ron Fuchs Melissa Gagen Pia Gallo
Judith Glass Dessa Goddard Joseph Goddu James Godfrey Ulysses Grant-Dietz
Lynda Greig Leslie Grigsby Jay Grimm Titi Halle
Michele Beiny Harkins
Stephen Harrison Gregory Hedberg Ariel Herrmann Edwin Hild
Ryoichi Iida Ian Irving
Deborah E. Kraak Simeon Lagodich
Martin P. Levy Becky Macguire Richard C. Malley Katherine Martin Tim Martin Lark Mason John Metcalfe
Mary Cheek Mills
Joan B. Mirviss John Molloy Kirk J. Nelson Robert Newman
Elisabeth Poole Parker Lindsy R. Parrott Simon Phillips Elena Ratcheva
Jennifer Garland Ross
Cameron M. Shay Elle Shushan Rand Silver
Jonathan Snellenburg William Stahl Douglas B. Stock Alan N. Stone Mark M. Topalian James W. Tottis Olaf Unsoeld Madeleine Viljoen Meredith Ward Leon Wender Roger Wieck Robert Young James Zemaitis
All 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 Winter Show 2023.
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 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 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 Show Committee wish to thank the individuals listed above, as well as all who have given their time and expertise in these procedures.JOAN BOENING ALICE LEVI DUNCAN JAY GRIMM ROBERT YOUNG
The Design Leadership Network salutes East Side House Settlement on 69 years of The Winter Show — and its outstanding track-record of success in helping improve the lives of New Yorkers.
The DLN champions community, collaboration, growth, and best practices in the high-end design industry. We create tailored experiences, educational programs, and resources for our members, who include principals of architecture, interior design, and landscape architecture firms as well as professionals from affiliated disciplines, media partners, and corporate leaders. Visit our website to learn more.
Executive Director East Side House SettlementDaniel Diaz
After the last two turbulent years, all of us at East Side House are thrilled to enter a new era of growth and opportunity.
Thanks to your steadfast support, we have continued to serve our communities while also expanding our programs to reach those most in need. From the exciting development of our new commercial kitchen to the expansion of our Post-Secondary Pathways Program, the energy within our community is more electric than ever. We have also added a fifth Early Childhood Center location to support students with special needs—which you can read about on page 192.
We could not have weathered the peak of the pandemic without the hard work of our dedicated staff and Board, incredible volunteers, and, of course, generous donors. When The Winter Show was rescheduled for spring last year due to COVID-19, we were touched by your commitment to following us to the iconic Barneys building on Madison Avenue.
I would like to give a special thank you to Bank of America for their investment in our work as their 2022 Neighborhood Builder. Bank of America is a true model
of partnership, collaborating with us to build East Side House’s capacity, invest in our staff, and show care and respect for our community.
I am excited to welcome The Museum of Chinese in America (MOCA) to this year’s Fair. As a fellow Bank of America Neighborhood Builder, MOCA will be showcasing works that illustrate the experience of Chinese Americans across our country and city. We are delighted to collaborate with the Museum through our partnership with Bank of America and look forward to shedding light on their important mission.
Now, as we return to the Park Avenue Armory for the sixty-ninth edition of The Winter Show, I am so grateful to be a part of this network of caring individuals and partners and cannot wait to see where this next chapter leads us.
To a bright future, Daniel DiazExecutive Director
2023 DESIGN COUNCIL CO-CHAIRS
Originally from Wilmington, Delaware, interior designer Elizabeth Lawrence attended the University of Richmond and the New York School of Interior Design. Following graduation, Lawrence obtained a coveted internship at Bunny Williams Associates, which led to a position as Junior Designer. She was subsequently promoted to Senior Designer and, in 2017, was named the firm’s firstever Partner. Together, Lawrence and Williams run Bunny Williams Interior Design and the firm’s product line, Bunny Williams Home. Her work has been widely published across various media outlets, including Architectural Digest, Elle Décor, House Beautiful, Veranda, Galerie, and Milieu, among others. Lawrence was honored at the annual gala of the New York School of Interior Design in 2020. When she is not at the office, reading, visiting museums, or spending time with her many nieces and nephews, Elizabeth can be found exploring the world with her husband and capturing their adventures through photography.
Born and raised in New York City, Alex Papachristidis brings a curatorial eye to every detail of his lush and collected interiors. Since founding his eponymous firm in 1987, his interiors can be found all over the world, from the United States and Europe to Saudi Arabia. Papachristidis’ work has been featured in a variety of publications, including Architectural Digest, Elle Décor, Town & Country, Veranda, House Beautiful, House & Garden, Southern Accents, InStyle, and The New York Times. His book The Age of Elegance: Interiors by Alex Papachristidis was published by Rizzoli in 2012 with great success. In collaboration with Lisa McCarthy, he created Everyday Elegance, a business dedicated to making beautifully curated tables accessible to everyone. Papachristidis has been named to Elle Décor’s A-List and Architectural Digest’s AD100 List; in 2021, he received the Albert Hadley Lifetime Achievement Award from the New York School of Interior Design. Most importantly, he is a proud and thankful New Yorker who believes that charity begins at home. He has participated in the Kips Bay Designer Show House on four occasions to raise crucial funds for the afterschool and enrichment programs of the Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club and proudly sits on the board of the Animal Rescue Fund of the Hamptons.
A true icon and unique artistic voice within the interior design world, Stephen Sills is renowned for designing innovative and beautiful rooms and creating a pervasive atmosphere of luxury and calm. He approaches every project with sensitivity toward the architecture, function, and history of the space to enrich the client’s vision. With a fresh approach to classicism, Sills brings together furnishings that span four centuries with innovative choices of surfaces, textures, and colors. His work has been featured in Architectural Digest, Elle Décor, Town & Country, Vogue, T Magazine, The World of Interiors, Veranda, W, New York Magazine, Harper’s Bazaar, among others. Sills is a member of Architectural Digest’s AD100 and is one of their “30 Deans of American Design”. His Bedford residence is included in Dominic Bradbury’s American Designers at Home and HGTV’s Top 10 Most Beautiful Homes. Named a “titan of design” by Elle Décor, he routinely appears on their annual A-List. His third monograph, Stephen Sills – A Vision for Design, was published in 2022. His current projects include beachfront estates in Palm Beach, Florida; large family homes in Greenwich and Kent, Connecticut, and Westchester County, New York; a townhouse in London; and several apartments in Manhattan.
Considered one of the most talented names in design, Bunny Williams is an accomplished businesswoman, entrepreneur, author, and philanthropist. She launched her eponymous firm in 1988, following a 22-year apprenticeship with the esteemed Parish-Hadley Associates. Since then, Bunny Williams Interior Design has wrought its own indelible imprint and legacy. In addition to projects across the United States and abroad— many for repeat clients—Williams’ own houses and her long career have provided ample material and inspiration for seven books to date. She is also a sought-after speaker and mentor on design, decoration, gardening, and entertaining. A member of Architectural Digest’s “AD100 Hall of Fame”, Williams and her firm have won numerous awards and appeared on several best-of lists, including Elle Décor’s A-List and Luxe’s Gold List. Beyond her thriving interior design business, Williams is the visionary behind the Bunny Williams Home line of furnishings, lighting, art, and accessories, and the founder of a line of products in collaboration with Ballard Designs. She splits her time between Manhattan and her beloved country house in Connecticut, where she lives with her husband, the antiques dealer John Rosselli, and their two dogs.Stephen
YOUNG COLLECTORS NIGHT
THURSDAY, JANUARY 26, 2023
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JOSHUA BARBA-HILL KEVIN BARBA-HILL SAM DANGREMOND
MICHAEL DIAZ-GRIFFITH ALLEGRA EIFLER JUSTIN FICHELSON
LUCINDA B. MAY MADDIE O’MALLEY MARGARET SCHWARTZ
JEREMY SIMIEN ELISE TAYLOR MIEKE TEN HAVE LAURA DAY WEBB
Whitney Frances Falk
Anne Hewitt Fischer
Eliza Crater Harris
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Eve Raboy William Radin
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Mar y Nelson Sinclair Samantha Whiting Ulrich Laura Wenger Alexander D. Wilson Claire YinglingHirschl
2023 DESIGN COUNCIL HONORARY CHAIR
A leader in the international design community, Wendy Goodman has defined trends, discovered new talent, and collaborated with eminent designers, architects, and photographers throughout her career. Since 2007, she has served as Design Editor at New York Magazine/Vox Media, where she produces design stories for print issues and content for the Curbed website, now part of New York magazine. Previously, she was Harper’s Bazaar’s style editor and covered the world of style and fashion for House and Garden. In addition to authoring several books, Goodman frequently hosts design talks and has been featured on Good Morning America and NBC’s Open House, among other outlets.
2023 DESIGN COUNCIL RISING STARS
Founded in 2020 by Darren Jett, Jett Projects is a New York/ Los Angeles-based architectural and interior design studio. Jett Projects has been featured in Architectural Digest, New York magazine, and Elle Décor, among others. In 2021, Jett was named Architectural Digest’s “One To Watch”. Previously, he honed his design sensibility at the acclaimed studios of Ash NYC and Rafael de Cardenas, and has extensive experience in creating luxury boutique hotels, restaurants, retail spaces, and private residences.
Delia Kenza is a Brooklyn-based interior designer who specializes in complete renovations of urban living spaces. Using bold, clean lines, natural materials, and a neutral palette augmented by carefully chosen color accents, Kenza creates interiors with a modern aesthetic that subtly nods to the past. Her polished yet instinctive way of blending past and present creates an environment that is both soothing and stimulating.
Since the founding of her namesake design firm in 2007, hospitality and retail brands have trusted Olivia Song to design beautiful and scalable experiences with unforgettable visual impact. She executes striking and unique residential interiors for select patrons of collectible design and exquisite architecture.
2022 Opening Night Party
1. Andrew Oyen, Corey Damen Jenkins, Mark Ferguson 2. Brad Lauren, Jerry Lauren 3. Elizabeth Lawrence, Bunny Williams 4. Keita Turner, Wendy Goodman, Young Huh 5. Sarah Horton, Andrew LaMar Hopkins 6. Kesha Franklin 7. Nicole Gemma 8. Thomas Remien, Helen Allen, Daniel Diaz, Lucinda Ballard, Michael Lynch 9. Mary Anne Hunting, Joni Grossman & Lori De Vore 10. Leon Black, Cece Black 11. Maureen Kerr 12. Helen Allen, Michael Diaz Griffith
2022 Opening Night Party
1. Bebe Howorth, Asad Syrkett 2. Lorri Ahl, Courtney Christensen 3. Daniel Diaz, Connie Berducci 4. Philip Yang, Maria Yang, Eileen Rosenau 5. Diana Taylor, Michael Bloomberg 6. Andrew Oyen, Mark Ferguson 7. Alison Ross Green, Amanda Ross Bacon 8. Barbara Tober 9. Elizabeth Feld, Alexandra Kirtley 10. Richard Kolman, Debra Kolman 11. Martha Stewart 12. Sara Rosenberg, Karen B. Cohen, Rochelle Rosenberg
2022 Opening Night Party
1. Victor de Souza, Addison Smith, Silas Smith 2. Jane Seymour 3. Terry Martin, Ellen Washburn Martin 4. Eula Johnson, Jennifer Norton, Andrew LaMar Hopkins, John Reddick, Don Sparscin 5. Daniel Diaz, Connie Berducci, and East Side House Volunteers 6. Jason Busch, Winter Show Guest 7. Mary Kelly, Sean Kelly 8. Lizzie Tisch, Jonathan Tisch 9. Barbara Israel, Peter Pennoyer, Katie Ridder 10. Alexander Hankin, Polina Proshkina 11. Kyle McGrath, Muys Snijders 12. Joni Grossman
2022 Young Collectors Night
1. Ingrid Garber, Roric Tobin, Seung Le 2. Jeffrey Caldwell, Alonso Diaz Rickards 3. Av Mark 4. Yuan Fang, Michael Diaz-Griffith, Lydia Melamed Johnson, Robbie Gordy, Mieke ten Have, Lucinda May, Sam Dangremond, Jeffrey Caldwell 5. Hilary Cianciolo 6. Eric Viner, Erick Brocoy 7. Margarita Kiryushkina 8. Ben Martin, Ellen Martin, Louisa Martin, Oliver Martin 9. Christina Speare, Hadley Keller, Carrie Hojnicki 10. Sydney Sadick, Kipton Cronkite, Consuelo Vanderbilt Costin 11. Theodore May, Lucinda May 12. Mercedes de Guardiola
Young Collectors Night
1. Kyle Marshall 2. Zach Weiss, Marcus Teo 3. Kate Gorney, Victor de Souza 4. Nathan Urbach, Rudy Saunders, William Rutledge, Jeffrey Quaritius 5. Young Huh, Wendy Goodman, Keita Turner, Helen Allen 6. Liz Toney 7. Christian Siriano 8. Amir Baradaran, Andrés Torn 9. Olga Sorokina, Polina Proshkina 10. Justin Fichelson 11. Addison Smith, Federico Tiersen, Lorenzo Tierson 12. Chiara de Rege, Francesca Bodini, Alessandra Gregg
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“The Finest Piece of Walnut Furniture of its Type”
An excerpt from the new book English Furniture 1680–1760, The Percival D. Griffiths Collection examines the famed Dickinson desk and bookcaseBy Christian Jussel and William DeGregorio
The British business executive Percival Griffiths (1862–1937) created an antiquarian oasis at Sandridgebury, his country home near St. Albans. His collection of early eighteenth-century English furniture, assembled with advice from furniture scholar Robert W. Symonds (1889–1958), is considered the finest such collection formed within the last century. Griffiths’s lesser-known, yet no less significant, collection of seventeenth-century needlework is detailed in Volume II of the book from which this excerpt is taken, English Needlework, 1600–1740. Dispersed at auction not long after Griffiths’s death, objects from his collections continue to be prized by collectors and museums alike.
The inclusion of this excerpt in The Winter Show catalogue is quite fitting. It was, after all, during the 2013 edition of the Show that the late, legendary collector John H. Bryan, Jr. asked Martin Levy, director of the London gallery H. Blairman & Sons, “Who was Percival Griffiths?” That question sparked our work. And here we are, ten years later. —WDG and CJ
The narrow, walnut-veneered, partially gilt desk and bookcase is considered the star piece in Griffiths’s collection and has long been greatly admired by connoisseurs of English furniture. Research on the pre-Griffiths provenance of several pieces from the collection in preparation for this volume has brought to light new archival information on this remarkable piece, so that it is now possible to identify not only the original patron, the Bristol merchant Caleb Dickinson (1716–1783), but also the previously little-known cabinetmaker, John Unwin (b. 1695) of London, who made it.
Right: Walnut desk and bookcase (cat. no. F18) by John Unwin, London, 1738. 84 × 29 × 21 inches.
Bryan Collection, USA. Photograph by Jamie Stukenberg.
Caleb Dickinson, a hard-nosed Quaker merchant of Bristol and owner of a Jamaica sugar plantation, lived in Castle Green, Bristol, and in the year of his marriage, 1738, he appears to have indulged in a campaign of home improvements in honor of his bride. She was Miss Sarah Prankard (1719–1766), the daughter of Graffin Prankard, also a prosperous Quaker merchant, to whom Caleb had been apprenticed five years earlier. Caleb’s accounts, preserved in the Somerset county archives, show a series of significant purchases throughout March of 1738. Dickinson commissioned a portrait to be painted by Thomas Frye (1710–1762), at a cost £10 10s., plus a gold frame costing a further £3 2s., and a delivery charge of 2s. Other payments were made in the same month: for new paneling made by a Bristol joiner, William Davis; to booksellers and leather gilders for bindings; for various lavish fabrics,
including some 150 yards of crimson mohair for the princely sum of £60. The extremely young new master and head of household had clear pretensions to grandeur.
In February, Dickinson had traveled to London and commissioned several pieces of furniture from John Unwin, cabinetmaker: the desk and bookcase is one of the pieces he ordered. The entry in Dickinson’s accounts shows an initial payment of £10 to John Unwin, dated March 2, 1738, and subsequent payments totaling £64; payment in full is noted on August 16. Unwin’s three letters to Dickinson, now in the Somerset archives, express a mixture of professional competence and anxiety about his client’s deadline, in hasty language that seems to fall over itself in his efforts to oblige and reassure.
Portrait of Caleb Dickinson by Thomas Frye, 1738. Oil on canvas. 49 × 39 inches. Bristol Museum and Gallery, K1290. Photograph © Bridgeman Images.
Detail of walnut desk and upper section. Photograph by Jamie Stukenberg.
Opposite: Detail, John Unwin’s trade card, bearing the date May 23, 1739, on the reverse. Museum of London, A9986.
An excerpt from English Furniture 1680–1760, The Percival D. Griffiths Collection examines the famed Dickinson desk and bookcase.
In the first, written on May 9, Unwin wrote: May ye 9:th 1738 Sr.
I recd yours dated ye 6th instant[.] I have got your bookcase as forward as posible I could for it has been in hand ever since a week after you bespoke it[.] there is such a vast deal of work in it[,] will take a great deal of time to complete it I think[.] I told you that it would take between 2 & 3 month in making for we cannot hurry or go on with this as with a comon pees of work for if this is not done in ye most curios manner it will spoil all ye Desine[.] however it shall be put forward & finished as fast as it can for it shall not be neglected. as to set ye time when it will be done is out of my power but you shall know about a fortnight before I send it[.] I dont in ye least fear it pleasing you when you see it
I am Sr. Your most humble obedient sert [servant] to command Jno. Unwin
Several months later, Unwin wrote to Dickinson again:
London august ye 26th 1738 Sr.
I recd. yours & shall do everything acording to your order[.] ye chairs & tabel was begun but they will not be any Detrement to me becaus they will be any bodys money; when you send me ye draft of ye chairs & tabel frame l shall take perticular care to pleas you in ye performance of them: I have spake to Capn. Cox of ye sea flower and shewd him ye bookcase who says he will take great care of it: I shall send all of ye other things you ordered along wth him except ye chairs & tabel[.] he says he shall be ready for them ye latter end of next week
I am Sr. your most obeident humble servant to comand Jno. Unwin
His final letter is instructive on the full order:
London sep.br ye 7th 1738
I shipd ye under menssond goods on monday last on [illegible] Cap.tn Cox of ye sea flower who promisd to call on me on tusday to give me bills of lading but he not calling I have sent you ye nombers as directed to you which are as follows[:] ye twilight desk & bookcase no 3-2[,]ye 4 hall chairs 3: 4 ye close stool chair & round close stool 5[,] ye drying tabel 6. ye sconce glas 7[,] ye bason stand 8[,] ye piller & claw tabel no. 9[,] & shall be glad to hear you have recd. em safe
I am Sr. your most obedient humble servant to comand Jno Unwin5
As Unwin’s letters make clear, Dickinson’s was no ordinary bookcase. References to the “vast deal of work in it” and the warning “we cannot hurry or go on with this as with a comon pees of work” indicate an unusual and complex design. The mention of “ye twilight desk & bookcase” establishes the clear connection between the piece Unwin made and the desk and bookcase ordered by Dickinson in early 1738. In the eighteenth century, “twilight” was a common anglicization of the French word “toilette,” referring equally to the cloth (toile or toilette) that covered a dressing table, and to the dressing table itself, and the various paraphernalia of dressing. The entry in the first edition of The Dictionary of English Furniture noted: “in the late seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries the word in the odd form of ‘twilet’ or ‘twilight’ occurs fairly frequently in inventories, for example, William Farnborough in 1689 supplies ‘Two cedar tables for ye Twilight’ for Kensington House.” In the case of Caleb Dickinson’s bookcase, the word referred to the fitted dressing or toilet drawer immediately beneath the desk slope.
The combination of desk and bookcase with a fitted dressing drawer is not unprecedented, but it is sufficiently uncommon to secure the link between the Percival Griffiths bookcase and Unwin’s “twilight” desk and bookcase—particularly when one takes into account the “vast deal of work . . . done in ye most curios manner,” which is so evident in every part.
The desk and bookcase remained with Caleb’s descendants at the manor at Kingweston for nearly two hundred years, passing from father to son until it came into the possession of Captain W. F. Dickinson (1877–1964), who sold it to Percival Griffiths in 1923. In relating the purchase by Griffiths, R. W. Symonds wrote: “the finest piece of walnut furniture in the collection, was bought in 1923 direct from its owner Capt. W. F. Dickinson, in whose family it had been since the 18th century.” A further possible connection between the legacy of Caleb Dickinson’s furniture and John Unwin is the illustration used by Symonds of a walnut tripod table in Old English Walnut and Lacquer Furniture, which is credited as
Detail of walnut desk interior. Photograph by Jamie Stukenberg.
John Unwin’s trade card , bearing the date May 23, 1739, on the reverse. Museum of London, A9986.
Tripod table, illustrated in Symonds, Old English Walnut and Lacquer Furniture (1923), pl. XXVIIIB. Photograph by Jamie Stukenberg.
“In the Collection of Capt. W. F. Dickinson”. This might be identifiable with “ye piller and claw tabel” supplied by Unwin to Caleb Dickinson in 1738. An advertisement in The Times for a three-day auction sale, to be held at Kingweston House on September 24–6, 1941, lists: “1,000 lots of household furniture & effects; 3,600 oz. silver, Bronzes, Copper, Brass, Pewter, China, Oil Paintings and Engravings; Library of 3,500 Vols.; Outdoor effects &c. by Messrs. Cooper & Tanner.” The walnut tripod table may have been lot 369: “A VERY FINE OLD CHIPPENDALE TRIPOD TABLE with carved pillar cabriole legs carved with shells and husks, and lion paw feet.” As Symonds noted, it is most unusual to find a tripod table made of walnut rather than mahogany. Its present whereabouts are unknown.
The desk and bookcase, and perhaps the pillar and claw table, if it is ever found, are the first and only known pieces that can be securely attributed to John Unwin, and little else is known of his career. His trade card, dated 1739, gives the address of his premises as “against ye Accademy, the Upperend of Great Tower Street LONDON.”
He arrived in London from Great Glen, Leicestershire, in 1709, and was apprenticed from October 4, 1709, to John Brabben of the Joiners’ Company. During his apprenticeship he was “turned over” (that is, his apprenticeship was transferred) to another member of the company, John Torver, before being made free in November 1716. The date at which he established himself in Great Tower Street is unknown, and the workshop’s location “against ye Accademy” is difficult to pinpoint. Further research may reveal more, and it should be possible to identify both the location and the duration of Unwin’s tenure of his premises from tax records and rate books, if they survive. He was declared bankrupt in May 1740. His story thereafter is obscure. He was clearly a man of great ability but, in the London furniture trade of the eighteenth century, good craftsmanship was no guarantee of commercial success. Nevertheless, his desk and bookcase survive as an enduring testament to his skill.
Stylistically and technically the desk and bookcase conform to the very best
of London cabinetmaking of the period 1735–45. The complexity, quality of materials, and excellence of workmanship far exceed those seen in most comparable pieces of this period. The case contains almost no deal; it is predominantly made in solid walnut and well-chosen wainscot oak and is veneered with carefully selected figured walnut. The fittings (hinges, handles, locks, and so on) are all of good quality, and retain, for the most part, their original lacquered surfaces. Small technical details of construction, which no doubt attracted Symonds, continue to excite the connoisseur today: the drawer linings throughout are all of Virginia walnut; the dovetails are skillfully executed in the neatest manner, and the tops and bottoms of the back are mitred; the sides and backs of the drawers all have rounded top edges; the cock-beading on the drawers is darkstained walnut, which frames the drawer and highlights the graining of the veneers; the walnut veneers are book matched throughout—on the fall, across the drawer fronts, and even the sides. Other aspects of the construction should be noted as well:
the claw and ball feet are solid walnut and pegged into the base, in the same way as bun feet would have been attached, and the drawer stops have been cut out to accommodate the pegs; the mirror plates are beveled and the bevels carefully surround the projections for the keystone at the top of both plates—not an easy task; the document drawers flanking the central cupboard in the base have gilt cast-brass capitals and bases, each one a caster’s work of art in its own right.
Symonds was struck by the piece from his first encounter with it, later remembering: “The bookcase was in the library. I had not expected to see anything so outstanding and perfect. It was in mint condition and of the finest craftsmanship, the ornament being of limewood carved and gilt.” He published it no fewer than seven times, and in an article about Griffiths the collector he referred to the piece as “The star . . . of the collection” and described the features he most admired:
Detail of walnut desk and bookcase claw and ball feet.
Photograph © 2017 Christie’s.
Detail of interior of fitted dressing or toilet drawer—“ye Twilight.” Photograph © 2017 Christie’s.
Detail of walnut desk and bookcase cornice showing carved and gilded decoration. Photograph by Jamie Stukenberg.
All notes and sources for this excerpt can be found in English Furniture 1680–1760, The Percival D. Griffiths Collection (Vol. I). That book and English Needlework, 1600–1740, The Percival D. Griffiths Collection (Vol. II), are available from Yale University Press. This essay was published in modified form in Furniture History, vol. 55 (2019)
Without any doubt it is the finest piece of walnut furniture of its type that has ever been recorded. . . It is of excellent proportions, and of the highest quality craftsmanship. All the drawers have mitred dovetailing, and every moulding, from the largest to the smallest bead, is cross-banded. It is also made from the finest quality materials; the carcass is of oak throughout and all drawer linings are of Virginia walnut, and it is in the most perfect state of preservation.
The present condition of this extraordinary piece is worth noting. It spent 185 years in the possession of the original owner and his descendants, fifteen years in Percival Griffiths’s summer bedroom, thirty-six years with Irwin Untermyer, and then forty-three years with the Metropolitan Museum of New York until 2017. There are two replacements of the smaller interior drawers, one in the upper section and one in the lower section. Since these are shown in photographs taken by Symonds, it seems they were replaced after Griffiths acquired the piece. It is perhaps the only time that any cabinet work has been done on the piece. As a result, it is in a remarkable state of preservation for an example of George II period walnut furniture that is more than 280 years old: the finish is original, as are the mirror plates, and the cornice, door spandrels, and pilaster capitals retain the original oil gilding.
In sum, the archival record, now discovered, adds to our knowledge of this exceptional example of an early eighteenth-century walnut desk and bookcase the name and a few details of the maker, and information on the patron who commissioned the piece from him. It showcases the achievements of a cabinetmaker whose work has been unknown until now, and it is to be hoped that further examples of his output will emerge. The bookcase is a remarkable testament to the adventurous aesthetic of its commissioner, Caleb Dickinson, and the extraordinary skill of John Unwin, the cabinetmaker, not to mention the taste of a succession of collectors who have recognized its singular place in the history of English furniture.
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MILORD ANTIQUITÉS I
Fine antique furniture and works of art with a focus on 20th-century designs.
1870 Notre Dame Street West, Montréal, QC H3J 1M6, Canada
T: +514 933 2433 www.milordantiques.com email@example.com
JOAN B MIRVISS LTD | E4
Japanese fine art from the 17th to 21st centuries, specializing in important modern and contemporary Japanese ceramics, traditional screens and paintings, and ukiyo-e woodblock prints.
Joan B. Mirviss, Chelsea L. Cooksey, and Bonnie B. Lee 39 East 78th Street, 4th Floor (at Madison Avenue) New York, NY 10075
T: (212) 799-4021 www.mirviss.com firstname.lastname@example.org
LILLIAN NASSAU LLC | B2
Celebrating 75 years of museum-quality works by Louis Comfort Tiffany and Tiffany Studios, including leaded glass lamps and windows, favrile glass and pottery, mosaics, metalwork, and more; late 19th and early 20th-century decorative art, design, and sculpture.
Arlie Sulka, Eric Silver, and Daniela Addamo 220 East 57th Street, New York, NY 10022
T: (212) 759-6062 www.lilliannassau.com email@example.com
THE OLD PRINT SHOP, INC. | A12
American prints, photographs, drawings, watercolors, paintings, and sculpture from 1700 to 1950; antique maps from 1500 to 1880.
Robert K. Newman, Harry S. Newman, and Brian Newman 150 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY 10016
T: (212) 683-3950 www.oldprintshop.com firstname.lastname@example.org
MICHAEL PASHBY ANTIQUES | D11
Fine quality English antiques and decorative arts from the 17th to 19th centuries.
Michael Pashby, Owner; Ellie Kim, Gallery Manager
1235 Park Avenue, New York, NY 10128
T: (917) 414-1827 www.michaelpashbyantiques.com email@example.com
RONALD PHILLIPS LTD | E2
Great 18th- and 19th-century English furniture.
26 Bruton Street, London W1J 6QL United Kingdom
T: +44 (0) 20 7493 2341 www.ronaldphillipsantiques.co.uk firstname.lastname@example.org
RED FOX FINE ART | E9
19th- and 20th-century sporting paintings and sculpture. 2 E Washington Street, Middleburg, VA 20117 T: (703) 851-5160 www.redfoxfineart.com email@example.com
GUY REGAL NYC | B11
Fine art, furniture, and decorative accessories from the 18th to 21st centuries.
Guy Regal and Nicole Kapit 200 Lexington Avenue, Suite 806, New York, NY 10016 T: (212) 447-7717 www.guyregalnyc.com firstname.lastname@example.org
ROBERTAEBASTA | C12
20th-century decorative arts and design.
Roberta Tagliavini, Founder and Owner; Mattia Maurizio Martinelli, General Manager; Tommy Francesco Demartis, Interior Designer
Via Fiori Chiari 2, 20121 Milan, Italy
85 Pimlico Road, London SW1W8PH United Kingdom
T: +3902861593 www.robertaebasta.com email@example.com
JAMES ROBINSON, INC. | C2
Antique jewelry, silver, porcelain, and glass; handmade sterling silver.
Joan Boening, President; James Boening, Vice President; Marci Leggette, Manager
480 Park Avenue, New York, NY 10022
2 South Beach Street, Nantucket, MA 02554 T: (212) 752-6166 www.jrobinson.com firstname.lastname@example.org
ROLLESTON LTD | A5
Fine 18th- and 19th-century English furniture and works of art.
104A Kensington Church Street, London W8 4BU United Kingdom
T: + 44 (0) 207 229 5892 (UK) or (929) 389-2488 (US) www.rollestonantiques.com email@example.com
ROUNTREE TRYON GALLERIES | A9
By royal appointment. Specialists in maritime, sporting, wildlife andtravel art from the 18th century to present.
Jamie Rountree, Director; Rowland Rhodes, Associate Director
The Old Tavern, Market Square, Petworth West Sussex GU28 0AH United Kingdom
T: +44 (0)1798 344 207
Basement Gallery, 19 Ryder Street, St. James’s London SW1Y 6PX United Kingdom
T: +44 (0)207 839 8083 www.rountreetryon.com firstname.lastname@example.org
SCHWARZ GALLERY | A7
American and European paintings from the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries, specializing in works from Philadelphia.
Robert Schwarz Jr. 1806 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103 T: (215) 563-4887 www.schwarzgallery.com email@example.com
S. J. SHRUBSOLE | A4
English and American silver from 1450 to 1920; jewelry from 1750 to present.
Timothy Martin, James McConnaughy, and Benjamin Miller 26 East 81st Street, New York, NY 10028
T: (212) 753-8920 www.shrubsole.com firstname.lastname@example.org
ROBERT SIMON FINE ART | C10
Specializing in Old Master paintings and sculpture from Europe and the Americas, with an emphasis on works from the Italian Renaissance and Baroque period.
Robert Simon and Dominic Ferrante
22 East 80th Street, 4th Floor, New York, NY 10075
T: (212) 288-9712
Satis House, 53 Tower Hill Road, Tuxedo Park, NY 10987 T: (845) 351-2339 by appointment www.robertsimon.com email@example.com
SPENCER MARKS | E10
Fine and unique silver with a focus on the 19th and 20th centuries.
Mark McHugh and Spencer Gordon P.O. Box 330, Southampton, MA 01073
T: (413) 527-7344 www.spencermarks.com firstname.lastname@example.org
LAWRENCE STEIGRAD FINE ARTS | B5
Old Master paintings and drawings from the 17th to 19th centuries, with an emphasis on portraiture.
Lawrence Steigrad, President; Peggy Stone, Vice President
27 West 60th Street, P.O. Box 20009, New York, NY 10023
T: (212) 517-3643 www.steigrad.com email@example.com
STEINITZ GALLERY | B10
17th- and 18th-century European furniture, objects, sculpture, and boiserie.
Benjamin Steinitz, Owner
6 Rue Royale, 75008 Paris, France
T: +33 611485566 or +33 1 56 43 66 70 www.steinitz.fr firstname.lastname@example.org
TAMBARAN | B3
Specializing in museum-quality contemporary, African, Oceanic, and Northwest Coast art. Established 1979.
5 East 82nd Street, New York, NY 10028
T: (212) 570-0655 www.tambaran.com email@example.com
SIMON TEAKLE FINE JEWELRY | A10
Antique and vintage fine jewelry from the 18th to 20th centuries.
Simon Teakle and Christine Cheng 4 Grigg Street, Greenwich, CT 06830
T: (203) 769-5888 www.simonteakle.com firstname.lastname@example.org Instagram: @simonteaklejewelry
CAROLLE THIBAUT-POMERANTZ | E6
Vintage wallpaper panels from the 18th century to 1950s; 20th-century and contemporary decorative arts.
Carolle Thibaut-Pomerantz, Proprietor T: (212) 759-6048 (New York) or +33 (0) 6 09 05 35 98 (Paris) by appointment www.antique-wallpaper.com email@example.com
THISTLETHWAITE AMERICANA | E8
Purveyor of fine Americana.
Taylor Thistlethwaite 116 W. Washinton St. Middleburg, VA 20118 501 N. Race Street, Glasgow, KY 42141 T: (270) 404-1558 www.thistleamericana.com firstname.lastname@example.org
THOMSEN GALLERY | C6
Japanese paintings and works of art, including antique and modern folding screens, scroll paintings, bamboo baskets, ceramics, and gold lacquer boxes. Established 1984.
Erik Thomsen and Cornelia Thomsen 9 East 63rd Street, New York, NY 10065
T: (212) 288-2588 www.thomsengallery.com email@example.com
PORTUONDO GALLERY | B12
20th- and 21st-century decorative arts, furniture, design, and works of art.
Hugo and Diego Portuondo 90-92 Pimlico Road, London SW1W 8PL United Kingdom New York Design Center, 10th Floor, 200 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY 10016 T: + 44 (0) 207 2590099 www.portuondo.com firstname.lastname@example.org
A LA VIEILLE RUSSIE
745 Fifth Avenue, 4th Floor
• New York City
• 10151 • +1.212.752.1727 • ALVR.com
Hardstone sculpture of a seal in obsidian with diamond eyes on a rock crystal ice floe. Fabergé, ca. 1900. H: 4-1/4 in.
Cf.: Virtually identical model in the McFerrin Collection, both related to an original photograph in the Fersman Mineralogical Museum, Moscow. Simlar models exist in the British Royal Collection, Strauss Collection, American Museum of Natural History, and the Collection of Mlle. Yznaga, loaned to the 1935 Exhibition of Russian Art
Where the Unusual is Usual
A Glorious Selection of Rare Maps & Atlases, Color-plate Books, Audubon Prints, Natural History Engravings & Watercolors.
29 East 72nd Street New York, NY 10021 1308 Walnut Street Philadelphia, PA 19107 215-735-8811
ARONSON OF AMSTERDAM | SINCE 1881 17TH & 18TH CENTURY DELFTWARE
DURING OUR VISIT TO THE U.S. YOU MAY ALSO REACH US ON 646-415-2561 WE LOOK FORWARD TO WELCOMING YOU AT THE WINTER SHOW 2023 OR AT OUR AUGMENTED REALITY EXHIBITION VISIT WWW.ARONSON.COM
Necklace in yellow gold set with rubies and natural pearls, Castellani circa 1880 www.veroniquebamps.com Véronique Bamps 41 avenue Hector Otto, Monaco, 98000 Monaco email@example.com +377 643917465
Designed and manufactured by Benjamin Vulliamy (1747-1811), or his son, Benjamin Lewis Vulliamy (1780-1854) English (London), circa 1810
Provenance: [. . .]; probably Christie’s (London), 23 June 1982, lot 176; private collection Bronze, 9 × 20 in
15 Queen Anne’s Gate, London SW1H 9BU Tel: +44 (0) 20 7493 0444 • US cell: +1 917 297 2167 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org • www.blairman.co.uk
Ralph M. Chait GalleRies, inC
works of art • chinese art
16 East 52nd Street, 10th Floor, New York, NY 10022
Tel: 212-397-2818 • www.rmchait.com • E-mail: email@example.com
CHINESE SANCAI GLAZED TILE FIGURE
Ming dynasty, ca: 16th/ 17th century Depicting a Daoist Immortal riding on the Head of a Dragon across the Celestial Sea. Height: 18 ¼ inches (46.3 cm.)
Ex: Private English Collection
American Antiques of the Classical Period
167 EAST 74TH STREET
NEW YORK NEW YORK 10021 212.288.7597
A unique late medieval/early renaissance volvelle astronomical calendar.
[Anonymous]. [The San Zeno Instrument]. [Verona, cloister of San Zeno, c1455].
Distinguished Modern & Contemporary Art
American, European, the New York School, Atelier 17, WPA, art by African Americans from 1930 to the present
Works of art, paintings and sculptures of the Americas
Partially Gilt Silver Salver
Attributed to Lorenzo de Medina (born ca. 1533 - died before 1616) Santiago de Guatemala, after 1585
City Mark: Pilgrim scallop in a square frame: Santiago de Guatemala (Antigua)
Tax Mark: Foliated three-pointed crown Diameter: 25.9cm; Height: 3.1cm; Weight: 738g
Ayacucho 2038, 1112 Buenos Aires, Argentina
We buy art libraries in the United States
New York The Library of Professor Jim Draper. New York The Jewellery Library of Ralph Esmerian. Baltimore Thomas Segal Gallery Library. Santa Monica The Old Master Library of Professor Jean-Luc Bordeaux. Washington The Library of Philip Conisbee.
Thomas Heneage Art Books
42 Duke Street St James’s, London SW1Y 6DJ
The foremost specialist art bookshop in the English-speaking world. We focus on books for the art world from the ancient to the modern, and buy, sell and curate art libraries. We also deal in fine works of art associated with antiquarianism in the library.
Works on Paper
centuryBy appointment in New York City
Appointment · K atonah, N Y • 212 -744- 62 81 • www.ba r baraisrael.comClockwise: A rare terra-cotta plaque by Robert Wallace Martin (1843-1923) depicting a male shepherd in a rocky landscape and playing a pipe, signed and dated, English, 1871-2, 26.25 ins. high. A terra-cotta plaque also by Robert Wallace Martin (1843-1923), titled A Girl at a Spring, depicting a maiden in a rocky landscape, signed and dated, English, 1868. 25.75 ins. high. A rare pair of carved brownstone lions with full manes and tails curled in opposing sides, American, ca. 1890, 27 ins. high, 41 ins. long. Provenance: Cheshire, CT estate. Barbara Israel Garden Antiques specializes in the finest antique garden ornament and furniture from Europe and America.
An Art Deco masterpiece by Isotta Fraschini, with the body by Carrozzeria Castagna
The Commodore was so named because this model was ﬁrst shown at the prestigious Hotel Commodore in New York in 1929. This car and nine others were ordered from Milan and the nickname “The Commodore” was born. This roadster, equipped with the “Super Sprint” package, possessed power, speed and reﬁned engineering and was coupled with the astonishing luxury coachwork by Castagna.
9 Center Square, New Oxford PA 17350 717-495-3395 firstname.lastname@example.org Visit us online at: KellyKinzleAntiques.com
paris • new york • chicago
The Newton Hours and Prayer Book, by the Mildmay Master Southern Netherlands, Bruges, c. 1460-1470 p. 26, the patron kneeling in prayer before the Trinity p. 118, St. Christopher, carrying Christ
23 East 73rd Street, 7th Floor New York, NY 10021 tel +1 212 717 7273 email@example.com
1, rue J.J. Rousseau 75001 Paris tel: +33 (0)1 42 60 15 58 firstname.lastname@example.org
980 North Michigan Ave. Suite 1330 Chicago, IL 60611 tel +1 773 929 5986 email@example.com
Maurice Dufrène designed this rare model chair for the tea room inside the La Maîtrise pavilion at the Paris Exposition of 1925. He was the founder and artistic director of La Maîtrise from 1920 to 1941.
Published: L’Art Vivant, #18, p18. September 15, 1925.Maurice DUFRÈNE (1876-1955) for LA MAÎTRISE (Les Ateliers d’Art, Galeries Lafayette). Rare pair of armchairs, 1925, silvered wood.
MAX INGRAND (1908-1969) eXTREMELY RARE FLOORLAMP NICKELLED BRASS, TINTED WOOD AND FROSTED GLASS PRODUCED BY FONTANA ARTE C 1959 ITALY HEIGHT 178 CM
Paris, circa 1875
R O L L E S T O N
AN IMPORTANT CHARLES II SILVERED MIRROR
Specialists in Sporting, Wildlife, Maritime and Travel Art
SIR ALFRED JAMES MUNNINGS, P.R.A., R.W.S. (1878-1959)
Portrait of Robert ‘Bobbie’ Gould Shaw III on horseback in the grounds of Cliveden oil on canvas
28½ x 30¼ in. (72.4 x 77.5 cm)
WILHELM KUHNERT (German, 1865-1926) Kudu oil on canvas, laid on card 11½ x 17½ in. (29.3 x 44.4 cm)By Royal Appointment
The Old Tavern, Market Square, Petworth, West Sussex GU28 0AH United Kingdom
Petworth: +44 (0)1798 344 207 London: +44 (0)207 839 8083 firstname.lastname@example.org www.rountreetryon.com
Fine Antique & 20th Century Silver www.spencermarks.com
Tiffany & Co. Antique Sterling and Other Metals “Saki Form” Tête à tête Tea Service, New York City, c. 1878, similar to one exhibited at the 1878 Paris Exposition Universelle
Spencer Gordon, III Mark F. McHugh P.O. Box 330, Southampton, Massachusetts 01073 (413) 527-7344
Member: The Art and Antiques Dealers League of America, CINOA & The Antique Dealers’ Association of America
MAES (Dordrecht 1634 – Amsterdam 1693) Portrait of a Lady as Diana
artS Old Master Paintings & Portraits from 17th to 19th Century New York, New York www.steigrad.com
Exceptional Gavetero (cabinet) on its base, very richly inlaid with mother-of-pearl and tortoiseshell 6 Rue Royale, 75008 Paris, France
Spanish colonial art executed at the end of the 17th or early 18th century, very certainly on behalf of a high dignitary of one of the two main administrative districts founded by the Crown of Castille in its overseas dominions: the Viceroyalty of Peru created by Charles Quint in 1542 or the Viceroyalty of New Spain in Mexico established in 1535.
Pair of antique diamond earrings, Iberian late 18th/early 19th century
4 Grigg StGreenwich, Connecticut06830 (203) 769-5888 www.simonteakle.com
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a nTique W allPaPer P anels • a rTs D éCoraTifs
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Tel: +1 212 759 6048
By Appointment Only P aris :
email@example.com Tel: +33 6 09 05 35 98 www.antique-wallpaper.com
Glacial Seas, décor wood-block printed on paper, designed by artist Eugène Ehrmann. Dated second half of XIXc. 6'9" x 8'8".
Assembled pair of rare Queen Anne cherry side chairs. New London County, Norwich / Lebanon area, Connecticut, 1755 - 1780.
60 ST JAMES’S STREET, LONDON SW1A 1LE
A cut glass silver mounted carafe by Carl Fabergé
decorated in the Japanese taste with cascading oxidised lily pads, the finial a flower in bud. Moscow, pre-1899.
Height: 25.8 cm
Social Register Association
The Association salutes the Winter Show for its support of East Side House Settlement.
Sound Point Capital Management, L.P. 375 Park Avenue, 33rd Floor New York, NY 10152 212.895.2280 soundpointcap.com
East Side House cares for the individuals, families, and communities we serve by expanding opportunities to live more fulfilling lives through education, career, and supportive services.
East Side House Settlement Board of Managers
East Side House Settlement Programs
EAST SIDE HOUSE PROGRAMS
East Side House Programs
Family Literacy Services
Marvena St. Agathe
Stephanie B. Clark
William S. Elder
Nancy Larsel Farrell
Barclay G. Jones III
George G. King
Michael R. Lynch
Robert L. Meyer
The Honorable Eugene Oliver Jr. Robert Pondiscio
Elizabeth Donnem Sigety
Mrs. Charles F. Smithers
Philip L. Yang, Jr.
Robert F.R. Ballard*
Mrs. Roland W. Donnem
Ms. Christine Janis
Associate Executive Directors
Director of Development
East Side House Settlement
337 Alexander Avenue Bronx, New York 10454
Telephone: (718) 665-5250 Fax: (718) 585-1433 www.eastsidehouse.org
Food Pantry Services Head Start/Early Head Start Home Delivered Meals Program Social Services
Youth and Young Adult Services After-School and Evening Educational Program
Certification Training College and Career Readiness Services
High School Equivalency Education Post-Secondary Planning and Readiness Summer Camp
Adult Literacy Education Older Adults Program Financial Literacy Program Workforce Development
Community Technology Services Certification in Microsoft Office Computer Classes
PS 30 PS 179
Urban Scholars Community School
IS 192 Urban Institute of Mathematics/ Mott Hall
MS 337 The School for Inquiry and Social Justice
PS/MS 18 Park Terrace
Alfred E. Smith Campus Young Adult Borough Center
Arturo A. Schomburg Satellite Academy Bronx
Bronx Haven High School
Bronx Regional High School
George Washington Campus
George Washington Education Young Adult Borough Center
Gotham High School
High School of World Cultures
Mott Haven Community High School
Mott Haven Educational Campus
Borinquen Court - Mitchell Senior Center
Children’s Pride Early Childhood Center
The Honorable Eugene Oliver Jr. Education Center
Melrose Mott Haven Senior Center
Mill Brook Community Center
Mitchell Community Center
Mott Haven Community Center
Patterson Community Center
Patterson Senior Center
Winifred Wheeler Day Care CenterChairman Thomas H. Remien President Thaddeus Gray Vice Presidents Wendy Holmes Dolores O’Brien Miller Treasurer Richard E. Kolman
THE HERITAGE SOCIETY
The continued legacy of philanthropy has benefited East Side House Settlement for over 130 years.
The Heritage Society, established to recognize and honor generous donors whose support helps fulfill East Side House’s mission, offers membership to qualified donors based on their cumulative contributions through fully tax-deductible giving.
To learn more about Heritage Society membership, please contact Laura Daley, Director of Development at East Side House Settlement: phone (718)665-5250; fax (718) 585-1433; or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Philanthropist ($250,000 and over)
ANONYMOUS ROBERT ALTMAN ESTATE OF LOUIS W. BOWEN ESTATE OF JOYCE GOLDEN ESTATE OF WILLIAM & ANN ZELL
Patron ($100,000 to $249,999)
W. GRAHAM ARADER III MR. & MRS. MARVIN H. DAVIDSON ESTATE OF C. WARREN FORCE ESTATE OF BERENICE B. HETKIN ESTATE OF JULIE KAMMERER RANDALL McCALLUM THOMAS REMIEN & MARY ANNE HUNTING MRS. EDMOND J. SAFRA FRANCESCO SCATTONE MRS. CHARLES F. SMITHERS JEAN L . & ROBERT A. STERN ENDOWMENT PHILIP L . YANG JR.
($50,000 to $99,999)
Michael Bank Nauman Barakat
Cam Capital Debra & Claudio Del Vecchio
Mr. & Mrs. Carl S. Forsythe III Michael Gleissner
Richard B. Hollaman
Ms. Ezra Kaplan Stephen J. Ketchum
Arie L. Kopelman
James F. Mccollom Jr. Ellen & Robert Meyer
The Honorable Eugene Oliver Jr. George D. O’neill Eric C. Wenberg
($25,000 to $49,999)
Dr. Darrick E. Antell
Mr. & Mrs. Robert F.R. Ballard
Mr. Frank Brunckhorst
Christopher J. Carrera
Courtney Booth Christensen Kevin Cottrell
David L. Duffy & Marcelline Thomson William Elder Fay Gambee Thaddeus I. Gray
Greater New York Automobile Dealers Association
Wendy Holmes & Kevin McAlister
Barclay G. Jones III
Michael Lynch & Susan Baker
Jack C. McAlinden
Estate of Cleo Lawson Mitchell
John H. Reilly Jr.
Estate of Joseph D. Ryle
Stephen R. Seiter
Jeffrey M. Siegal
Elizabeth Donnem Sigety
Peter & Lenore Standish
Rodney Strickland Eric & Coco Wittenberg
Joan P. Young William Zeckendorf
($10,000 to $24,999)
Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Ames
Mr. & Mrs. Alan S. & Madeline D. Blinder
Mr. & Mrs. Henry R. Breck Mario Buatta
Mr. & Mrs. Richard L. Chilton Jr. Margaret M. Clucas
Mr. & Mrs. Paul & Marian Cones
Marina Rust Connor
Robert A. Constable
Sarah Lund Donnem
John G. Duffy
Lindsay Gruber Dunham
Karen Kemp Glover
Mimi & Peter Haas Fund
A.C. Israel Foundation, Inc.
Paul Tudor Jones
Mr. & Mrs. Mark Elliot Kingdon
Mr. & Mrs. Richard E . Kolman
Mr. & Mrs. Henry R. Kravis
Valerie Anne Kreiger
Leonard & Judy Lauder
Timothy H. Martin
Stephen J. McCarthy
Mrs. John McNulty
Dolores O’Brien Miller
Morgan Stanley Peter Muller
Mr. & Mrs. James N. Noonan
Liz & Jeff Peek
Emily Israel Pluhar
Mr. & Mrs. Rittereiser
Alexander & Suzanne Rhea Foundation
Mr. & Mrs. Rittereiser
Debora H. Schnappauf Andrew P. Siff
Harvey Silverman Ruth Hall Smithers
Nancy F. Solomon
William W. Stahl Jr. Linda Sylling
Mr. & Mrs. Edgar Wachenheim
Susan S. & Kenneth L. Wallach Foundation
Mr. & Mrs. Edward Kingman Weld Glenn E. Whitmore
(As of 09/28/2022)
FOUNDATIONS, TRUSTS, AND CORPORATIONS
$200,000 or more
Anonymous Bank of America
The Clark Foundation The Pinkerton Foundation Robin Hood Foundation Tiger Foundation
$100,000 or more Countess Moira Charitable Foundation
Mother Cabrini Health Foundation
The New York Community Trust RxR Realty
$50,000 or more Altman Foundation The Frances L. & Edwin L. Cummings Memorial Fund Hagedorn Fund Hearst Foundations Gerald L. Lennard Foundation Blanchette Hooker Rockefeller Fund
Solon E. Summerfield Foundation United Neighborhood Houses of New York, Inc. Willowbridge Associates
$20,000 or more
Lily Auchincloss Foundation
Rose M. Badgeley Residuary Charitable Trust Capital One Epstein Teicher Philanthropies
Harris Mathews Charitable Foundation
KCL Capital, L.P. Neuberger Berman
$10,000 or more
Archer-Daniels-Midland Company CAM Capital Chilton Family Foundation Con Edison The Hyde and Watson Foundation Henry and Lucy Moses Fund
The New Yankee Stadium Community Benefits Fund The Sunshine Foundation Tanaka Memorial Foundation Verizon Foundation H.W. Wilson Foundation
$5,000 or more AIG
Theodore H. Barth Foundation, Inc. Goldman Sachs Gives TJX Foundation
(as of 11/10/2022)
INDIVIDUAL AND GROUP GIFTS
East Side House thanks our very generous donors who provide us with valuable support essential to fulfill our mission. Over the past year, these fully tax-deductible gifts have had a direct and measurable impact on the children and families East Side House serves.
President’s Circle ($5,000 or more)
AIG Matching Grants
Ms. Caroline Portny Beshara
Mr. & Mrs. Alan S. & Madeline D. Blinder
Mr. & Mrs. Edward P. Bousa Mrs. Courtney Booth Christensen Mrs. Joyce Berger Cowin Mr. Adam Davis
Ms. Debra Del Vecchio Mr. William S. Elder
Goldman Sachs Gives
The Cleve Gray Foundation Mr. William Helman
Barclay & Jean Jones Mr. Christopher LaSusa Mr. Terence D. Martin Jr. Mr. William Mehleisen
Mr. Robert L. Meyer Mrs. Dolores O’Brien Miller Mr. John Reilly
Mr. Francesco Scattone Ms. Annie Taranto
Mr. Raz Tirosh
Mr. Spence Tobias Mr. William L. Zeckendorf
Mr. & Mrs. James V. Annarella
Mr. Bradley Berk
Ms. Laura Louise Breyer Mr. Kevin Cottrell
Mr. & Mrs. Richard DeScherer
Ms. Nancy Farrell
Ms. & Ms. Kristin Frank
Heinz Family Foundation
Ms. Wendy Holmes
Ms. Linda London
Mr. & Dr. Steven & Kathryn Thompson Mr. Richard Uhrlass
Mr. Eric A. Wittenberg
Ms. Lorri J. Ahl
Mr. Garth Appelt
Mr. Rene Balcer
Ms. Nathalie Binney
Mr. & Ms. Adelle & Elliott W. Bottom
Ms. Renee Boyd
Ms. Geraldine Bryant Mr. Milko M. Campusanoi
Charities Aid Foundation of America (CAF)
Mr. Gary Clemons Crow & Cushing
Mr. & Mrs. John R. Curtis Jr.
Ms. Ramona Dessouki
Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies, Inc.
Ms. Karen P. Fellows
Ms. Fay Gambee
Mr. Michael Gan
Mr. Albert Heard
Mr. Jonathan Lloyd-Jones
JP Morgan Private Bank
Ms. Alice K. Jump Esq.
Ms. Lisa Larson
Ms. Sophie Levitties
Mr. Joseph Lodi
Lost City Arts, Inc.
Mr. Michael Marett Mr. Brian Miller
Ms. Maureen Orsen
Ms. & Mr. Sandra S. Pershing
Mr. Jason Pinkernell
Mr. & Mrs. Jonathan & Lilli Roth
Dr. Edward S.
Mr. Paul Schulman
Ms. Elizabeth Donnem Sigety
Ms. Juliet Lea H. Simonds
Mr. & Mrs. Andrew C. Smith
Ms. Katherine Tracey
Ms. Olga G. Votis
Mr. & Mrs. Philip Wachtler
Ms. Jacqueline Williams
Mr. Alfred M. Abate Esq.
Mr. Lawrence D. Ackman Mrs. Jane Arce-Bello
Ms. Laura Becker
Ms. Sherrie Deans
Ms. Kimberly Driessen
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Farrell Ms. Julie Gardiner
Ms. Jane Geever
Ms. Elizabeth Giovine
Mr. Allen Greenfield
Mr. Juney Ham
Mr. William T. Hobbs II
Ms. Marcia Kimmel
Mr. & Mrs. James Loeffler
Ms. Jennifer Massouh
Ms. Tara Olson
Ms. Maria Luisa Palmese
Ms. Kathe Patrinos
Ms. Katharina Plath
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Sambuco
Mr. & Mrs. Alessandro Saracino-Fendi
Mr. Cameron Egan Seward
Mr. Lacary Sharpe
Mr. James P. Sinclair
Mr. Stephen M. Strachan
Ms. Linda Sylling
Mrs. Tanya Wells
Ms. Bunny Williams
Mr. David Uhrlass
Tanya Sridaromont Wells
Mrs. Lois A. Wholey
Ms. Patricia Withers
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THE EUGENE OLIVER JR. EDUCATION CENTER: BUILDING A LEGACY OF LEARNERS
East Side House believes in investing in our littlest learners. Since the early 1960s, we have offered Head Start and Early Head Start programs in the Mott Haven neighborhood of the Bronx. Each year, we educate 241 toddlers, charting them on a path for a successful future. Our centers provide a safe space for children and their families where they can learn together and access critical resources.
Our well-rounded curriculum allows children to explore their interests while gaining essential literacy and numeracy skills. Even throughout the pandemic, our children continued to achieve incredible results. Despite the disruptions in learning and the challenges our students face living in one of the poorest congressional districts in the country, our students met or exceeded standards in all developmental domains.
Due to East Side House’s track record of success, we were elected to expand services to meet the growing demand for quality early childhood education in the neighborhood.
Through our new Eugene Oliver Jr. Education Center, we will provide an additional 43 students with a strong educational foundation.
Designed With Dedication Programming at Eugene Oliver Jr. Education Center is designed to meet the growing and emerging needs of the South Bronx. Nearly 30% of students in our community have special needs, but very few programs have the resources and aptitude to support them to thrive. Dedicated to the belief that all students deserve to thrive, East Side House advocated to incorporate an Inclusive Classroom into the program design. Through this classroom, East Side House will not only be able to welcome students with disabilities into the center,
but educate and support them alongside their peers so they can participate as full members of the center and society. Inclusion is the practice of educating and caring for children with disabilities in the same environment or setting as their typically developing peers.
The Eugene Oliver Jr. Education Center will be equipped to welcome and serve students with a wide range of needs, including those with physical therapy needs, occupational therapy needs, visual impairment, physical impairment (use of prosthetics), wheelchair use, down syndrome, and autism.
With this approach, East Side House distinguishes itself as an organization that strives to innovate at every turn so that we can address real community needs.
87% of students met or exceeded standards in Social Emotional skills
87% met or exceeded standards in Language skills
88% met or exceeded standards in Literacy
83% met or exceeded standards in Mathematics
ESH students met or exceeded standards in all developmental domains:
HONORING A COMMUNITY ICON
East Side House is honored to name the new early childhood education center after long-time Board Member, the Honorable Eugene Oliver Jr. Hon. Oliver is a former Bronx Supreme Court Judge who got his start as a child in East Side House’s Mill Brook Community Center. He spent his early days learning, playing, and growing with the support of East Side House’s friendly staff. When asked about his experience as a child, Hon. Oliver credits East Side House as giving him the leg up he needed to jump start a successful future.
“I grew up in Mill Brook Houses and, through East Side House, attained the means to a successful career in Law,” says Oliver. “I am truly humbled and appreciative of the honor of having the center named after me.”
Hon. Oliver went on to earn a degree from Fordham University School of Law and began his career in 1977 as
an Assistant District Attorney in Bronx County. He then built a decades-long career as a judge in the Bronx County Supreme Court and New York City Criminal Court. Always committed to his community, he joined East Side House’s Board of Managers in 1971 to help create pathways for other eager young people.
“The new Early Childhood Education Center will give young children the opportunity to mature and grow in a safe, nurturing environment,” says Oliver. “It will be an essential pathway to future success. I hope my replacement in the [law] field will be one or more of the young children attending the Eugene Oliver Jr. Education Center.”
Eugene Oliver Jr. Education Center will open its doors to 43 excited new learners in early 2023.
East Side House welcomes you to visit our website or follow us on social media to follow the progress of this exciting new venture!
Above: Honorable Eugene Oliver Jr. East Side House Board Member
The new Early Childhood Education Center will give young children the opportunity to mature and grow in a safe, nurturing environment.
“A five-year journey, hijacked by a worldwide pandemic, is finally bearing its fruits. This innovative, modern learning lab will not only bring quality services to families but will represent to the community the value their children hold in our society.”Dawn Heyward, East Side House’s Deputy Director of Early Childhood Education reflects on the meaning this center brings to the community:
Eugene Oliver Jr. Education Center will open its doors to 43 excited new learners in early 2023.
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JASON BUSCH American Folk Art Museum
GREGORY CERIO The Magazine Antiques
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LAURA DALEY East Side House Settlement
EMILY DAVIS Air Mail
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KEVIN DICKSON Condé Nast
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WENDY GOODMAN New York Magazine
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BILL MIKULIK Sea Group Graphics
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PATRICIA SPADO Alex Papachristidis Interiors
DON SPARACIN The Magazine Antiques
DAVID SPROULS New York School of Interior Design
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Adelson Galleries, Inc. 106
Arader Galleries 107
Aronson of Amsterdam 108
Avery Galleries 109
Véronique Bamps Monaco 110
Michele Beiny 111
H. Blairman & Sons Ltd 114
Doris Leslie Blau 112, 113
Ralph M. Chait Galleries, Inc. 115
Charles Clark 116
Thomas Colville Fine Art 117
Jonathan Cooper 118 Cove Landing 119
Daniel Crouch Rare Books 120
Didier Ltd 121
Geoffrey Diner Gallery 122
Eguiguren Arte de Hispanoamérica 124
European Decorative Arts Company 125
Peter Finer 126
Debra Force Fine Art 127
French & Company 128
Michael Goedhuis 129
Bernard Goldberg Fine Arts, LLC 130
Thomas Heneage Art Books 131
Hill-Stone, Inc. 132
Hirschl & Adler Galleries 133
Clinton Howell Antiques 134
Hyde Park Antiques, Ltd. 135
Imperial Art 136
Barbara Israel Garden Antiques 137
Kelly Kinzle 140
Koopman Rare Art 141
Les Enluminures 142
Levy Galleries 143
Lowell Libson & Jonny Yarker Ltd 144
MacConnal-Mason Gallery 145
Macklowe Gallery, Ltd. 146
Maison Gerard ....................................... 147
Patrick & Ondine Mestdagh ...................148
Milord Antiquités 149
Joan B Mirviss LTD 150
Lillian Nassau LLC 151
The Old Print Shop, Inc. 152
Michael Pashby Antiques .......................153
Galerie Perrin 154
Ronald Phillips Ltd 155
Portuondo Gallery 156
Red Fox Fine Art 157
Guy Regal NYC 158
James Robinson, Inc. 160
Rolleston Ltd 161
Rountree Tryon Galleries 162
Schwarz Gallery 163
S.J. Shrubsole 164
Robert Simon Fine Art 165
Spencer Marks 166
Lawrence Steigrad Fine Arts 167
Steinitz Gallery 168
Simon Teakle Fine Jewelry 170
Carolle Thibaut-Pomerantz 171 Thistlethwaite Americana 172 Thomsen Gallery 173
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Philip Colleck Ltd. 177 Incollect 206, 207
Nathan Liverant and Son LLC 178 Nelson & Nelson Antiques 83 New York Design Center 53
Olde Hope 176 Schoelkopf Gallery 175
David A. Schorsch ~ Eileen M. Smiles American Antiques 174 Stair 20 Wartski 179
Appraisers Association of America 198
Helen Kippax & Associates 76 Lark Mason Advisory 85
INTERIOR & LANDSCAPE DESIGNERS & ARCHITECTS
Design Leadership Network 30 Drake/Anderson 3 Fairfax & Sammons Architects 21
Ferguson & Shamamian ...........................29
Ralph Harvard 78, 79
Lindley Martens Design 74, 75
Moran Hook Architecture 52
John B. Murray Architect 25
Alex Papachristidis Interiors 35
Peter Pennoyer Architects 4
Thomas Pheasant 67
G.P. Schafer Architect 10
Stephen Sills Associates .........................36
Smiros & Smiros Architects 19
Steven W. Spandle Architect ...................63
Bunny Williams Interior Design 37
Outdoor Living Design 49
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Bank of America 12
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Goldman Sachs 64 Nor theast Acquisitions 198
Sound Point Capital Management L.P. 185
Sutton Towers......................................... 48
Black River Caviar 45
Inside front cover, 1 Cara Cara New York 39 Chanel 2
Elizabeth Locke Jewels ..............................5
Michter’s Distillery Inside back cover Reinstein Ross 22, 23 Alex Sepkus Company 11
Florence Griswold Museum .....................181
Historic New England 66 Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library 70 Yale University Art Gallery 81
Antiques and the Arts Weekly 204
Apollo Magazine 201 New York Cottages & Gardens 50 The Magazine Antiques 62, 196 Venü Magazine 199
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2023 New York International Auto Show 203 Antiques Council 82 Bonhams 51
Delaware Antiques Show 197 Doyle 80 Eldred’s 73 Freeman’s 69, 71
Garth’s Auctions 184 Hindman 14
Master Drawings New York 72
Newport Antiques Show 205 Nye & Company Auctioneers & Appraisers 84 Palm Beach Jewelry, Ar t & Antique Show 200
Philadelphia Antiques and Art Show 68 Potomack Company 183 Selkirk 180 Shapiro Auctions 81 Swann Galleries 27 The Winter Show 2024 181, 210
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Aiston Fine Art Services 208 Canard, Inc. .............................................65
Phoenix Lithographing Corporation 202 Social Register Association 182
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