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John Whitenight and Fred LaValley re-create (and improve upon) the nineteenth century's passion for natural history, craftsmanship, and design in their Philadelphia town house
The new collector....
In April the Pewter Collectors' Club of America is presenting a loan exhibition, Pewter: The Philadelphia Story, at the Philadelphia Antiques Show. If colonial silver often takes the spotlight for rarity and cost in American metalwork, this exhibition of nearly 150 of the finest domestic and ecclesiastical examples of eighteenth- and early nineteenth-century pewter will underscore the soft warmth of pewter's silvery-gray sheen and the subtle restraint of design that have bolstered pewter's continuing allure as a collecting field.
Strikingly colorful, often large scale and beautifully designed, vintage posters form one of the liveliest and most accessible collecting fields among the graphic arts, especially as they cover a wide range of interests from travel, food, and entertainment, to politics and propaganda.
The National Academy reopens with six exhibitions designed to reclaim its pivotal role in American art and architecture.
Like Samuel Taylor Coleridge's Kubla Khan, who decreed the building of a stately pleasure dome on "twice five miles of fertile ground/With walls and towers...
Today “armorial” porcelain remains an area of specialization among many collectors
To many collectors of nineteenth-century silver and objets de vertu, imperial Russia is the fount of Europe's most exotic work. And even for those who can only dream of its legacy de luxe, mention of Mother Russia immediately triggers thoughts of one name, Fabergé.