In his gripping memoir, Philippe Costamagna offers an insider's glimpse into the dramatic world of attributing and dating art.
At her New York store, Dienst + Dotter Antikviteter, the Swedish antiques expert offers her hand-picked treasures.
Thanks to the success of his gallery, Jamb, British dealer Will Fisher has become known as a consummate connoisseur and curator of the finest vintage mantelpieces from England, Ireland, France and Italy.
The architectural lensman is famed for his depictions of palatial spaces. Here, he shares exclusive photographs of his own labyrinthine apartment and tells us about its eclectic rooms.
Samuel Roger tells us how his business Origines — housed on the site of a reclaimed factory and farm in the French countryside — came to be the premier source of marble fireplaces, stone garden ornaments and other prized architectural antiquities.
The in-house expert of this 125-year-old London gallery tells us why silver matters today, how to spot a fake and which pieces are the finest.
The designer is known for her elegant, subdued interiors, but on a hunt for antique and vintage gems, she shows her exuberant side.
Anchored every year by the Winter Antiques Show in New York City, January is the time that collectors get particularly excited about American antiques. See how utilitarian colonial-era furniture is sculptural and can seem almost modern in a storybook Connecticut cottage.
Father and son John and James Bly offer everything from 18th-century furniture to contemporary ceramics at their London gallery inside a former brewery.
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