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About GracieGracie was established in New York City in 1898 by Charles R. Gracie and continues to be a family-run business to this day. Mr. Gracie began his business in providing custom lamps, often using unusual accessories and vases and adapting them for use as lamps. His business expanded into Asian antiques in the 20's and 30's, focusing on collecting and dealing in antique Chinese and Japanese furniture, screens and porcelains. During the 1930's, a friend of Mr. Gracie's, a textile trader, returned from a visit to China with a roll of exquisite hand painted wallpapers that he had discovered in Beijing. Mr. Gracie was immediately enthusiastic, and felt that he had a market for this product. A relationship was established with the studio that produced the wallpaper and continued until the Chinese revolution in 1949, when the studio was relocated to Taiwan under new management. Decades later, the studio was returned to Mainland China, Gracie's studio in the orient have been managed by the same Chinese family for fifty years. Hand painted wallpapers are Gracie's signature product line. The New York studio consists of a twenty-person production department skilled in painting murals, producing custom lacquer furniture, and providing museum quality restoration. The showroom features all of the lines described above, as well as carefully selected Chinese and Japanese antique furniture and accessories.
Japanese Six-Panel Screen with Children
Antique 19th Century Japanese Paintings and Screens
A beautifully painted late 18th- early 19th century 6 fold screen depicting Chinese children playing in a landscape. Featuring distant mountains, pine tree, rocks and a stream. Th...
Hand-Painted Four-Panel Gracie Wallpaper Screen
Early 2000s Chinese Paintings and Screens
A four-panel screen with hand-painted 18th century style wallpaper applied on each panel. The design features brightly colored flowering trees, birds and butterflies. The screen has ...
Handpainted Screen by Gracie - Gold Leaf, Peoni...
2010s Chinese Screens and Room Dividers
A hand-painted screen, with design inspired by a Japanese screen design. Featuring trees, flowers, stream and peacock, with gold leaf clouds, and framed in black lacquered wooden ...
Antique Chinese Yellow Enamel Vase
Antique 19th Century Chinese Vases
A very fine antique Chinese enamel vase with yellow background, intricate floral and vine design and open reserves borders in cobalt blue. Pink interior. Border of stylized fea...
Antique Japanese Six-Panel Screen
Antique 1750s Japanese Paintings and Screens
A beautiful full sized Japanese six-panel screen. Gold leaf background. Design of trees, rocks, lake, mountains, and flowers (in raised gofun design). Mounted with traditional...
Antique Japanese Six Panel Screen with Battle S...
Antique 19th Century Japanese Screens and Room Dividers
A finely painted Japanese six panel screen. Separate paintings of battle scenes with warriors on foot and on horseback, among mountains and waves. Very detailed design. The painti...
Flower Shaped Lacquer Tray
Vintage 1920s Japanese Lacquer
Beautiful petal shaped large Japanese Lacquer tray with detailed designs on various colored backgrounds.
Pair of 19th Century Chinese Jars
Antique 19th Century Chinese Ceramics
An elegant pair of covered Chinese jars, with covers. Very finely detailed background, in grey, with reserves of landscape and figure design.
Three-Fold Chinoiserie Leather Screen
Antique Mid-19th Century European Screens and Room Dividers
An interesting and decorative 19th century three-panel screen, made of leather, with hand-painted design. Central portion with black background and bird and floral design. Borders...
Beautifully Detailed Model Palanquin
Antique 19th Century Japanese More Furniture and Collectibles
An amazing, intricately detailed miniature Japanese palanquin, 18th-19th century. Full scale palanquins were used to carry wealthy Japanese, particularly royalty. This piece has all ...
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