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Posted 02/02/09

Royal porcelain from the Twinight Collection

September 2008 | Today, Richard Baron Cohen’s Twinight Collection is the largest assemblage in private hands of early nineteenth-century porcelain from the royal manufactories at Sèvres, Berlin, and Vienna, rivaled only, perhaps, by museum collections like that of the State Hermitage Museum in Saint Petersburg.

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Posted 02/02/09

John Hewson and the French connection

August 2008 | In his quest to compete with imported fabrics, John Hewson found innovative ways to fulfill Philadelphians' demands for the taste of France, China, and India in their interiors.

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Posted 11/01/06

Double take: A closer look at American bronze sculpture

 When skillfully employed, this simple alloy of copper and tin (sometimes with small additions of zinc or lead) will replicate a three-dimensional model with such exactness that details as subtle as the artist's fingerprints can be reproduced. 

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Posted 06/01/87

The jewelry of René Lalique

By GEOFFREY C. MUNN; from The Magazine ANTIQUES, June 1987.

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Posted 01/01/71

Japanese screens

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