An exploration into the conversations that folk art, and antiques in general, can inspire.
On Owen Biddle’s 1806 book, The Young Carpenter’s Assistant.
The narrative art jewelry of Barbara Paganin.
An excerpt from the book The New Antiquarians takes us into the Maine home of a young clothing designer turned folk art collector and dealer.
Chocolate is a sugary treat and a historical tool at the Museo de la Xocolata.
A gallery of six kitchens in historic American homes across the nation.
A sampler of culinary museums around the world, where food is explored as cultural tradition, as industry, and even as art.
The story of the estimable arts and crafts silver of the Kalo Shop and the principled, indomitable woman at the firm’s helm: Clara Barck Welles.
The artist-decorated mugs of the Salmagundi Club library.
A hospitality-adept interior designer sets the stage for entertainment occasions at home using antique tableware, silver, and glass from his well-built collection.