From Shakers to Conquistadors
Editor-in-Chief Gregory Cerio welcomes us to the latest issue of ANTIQUES
Folk art, self-taught art, and handmade furniture and crafts bring warmth, wit, and a spirit of communal kinship to the home of Marc and Laurene Krasny Brown
What our magazine’s long-running and most popular feature series “Living with Antiques,” tells us about time, taste, and our mercurial rapport with the material realm
Take a dive into our archives with the Gershes!
In suburban Philadelphia, art and industry are joined in a residence commissioned in 1901
“My husband said the house screamed for antique furniture–but I have a hard time with sameness.”
Jayne describes what he does as “collage decoration”
English inspiration, American creativity, and a bit of historical luck are joined in the author’s house and gardens
You might say that this story begins with a canary-yellow jug.
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