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Throughout the years, the Murphys have always strived to find the unusual. The inventory reflects their eclectic taste. It is a wonderful mix of furniture, tapestries, paintings, ceramics, and curiousities all relating to the animal.
Connie McNally opened her first antique shop in Palm Springs, California in 1976. In 1978 she was joined by husband Bill McNally, and they formed The McNally Company Antiques, Inc. Together they traveled and exhibited at many antique shows throughout the country before opening their gallery/shop in Rancho Santa Fe, California 20 years ago. The McNally Company offers not only a splendid array of sophisticated 17th, 18th and 19th Century Spanish Colonial, Italian, French and English furnishings, paintings and objects d'art, but also hosts one of Southern California's finest collections of antique silver. Connie's first love in antiques was silver, which in 1993 lead her to purchase and become editor and publisher of Silver Magazine. Now in its 40th year it is distributed throughout the U.S. and in many foreign countries, Silver Magazine was and still is the leading publication specializing in the entire field of silver. Under her editorship the magazine became a scholarly reference source read by collectors and researchers alike. In 2003, after being editor and publisher for 10 years, Connie decided to devote her time to running the antique shop, and Silver Magazine was sold. Today Connie McNally continues her association with Silver Magazine as Editor Emeritus. The McNally's are known nationwide for their outstanding silver in the shop, including items featured on the December 2005 cover of Art & Antiques magazine. As well as being a member of the Antique Dealers Association of California , the New York Silver Society and the Society for American Silversmiths, Connie McNally is known to support many local charities. Connie served on the Board of Directors for The Country Friends for nine years, (an organization that raises funds for agencies committed to helping women, children and the elderly), during which she was Chair in 1991, of the largest outdoor Fashion Show in the country hosted by Nordstrom. She is currently on the National Board for Kids Korps USA (a nonprofit youth volunteer organization that engages young people, ages 5 through 18, in community service) and in February 2008 Bill and Connie were honored and received the Annual Leadership Award from Kids Korps. Connie is also a member of the Rancho Santa Fe Women’s Fund, and is actively involved with the Friends of San Pasqual Academy (a residential education campus designed specifically for foster teens). With over 33 years experience in the Antique Industry, Connie and Bill McNally are well-trusted in their expertise and knowledge of high quality antiques for the interested discerning buyer and collector. They have the distinct reputation for being able to locate the rare and unusual items that their clients request. When you are in the Village be sure to stop in and browse the exciting collection unlike any other on the west coast.
Le Louvre French Antiques are Direct Importers of France of 18th and 19th Century French Furniture, Accessories , and Chateau Architecturals. Le Louvre French Antiques, has been a leading source for high quality antiques in Dallas for over 25 years. With a keen eye for beauty and quality, Le Louvre is constantly brimming with unusual and hard to find pieces, with everything from 18th century tapestries to hand carved limestone fountains. Now a family business, we aim to remain a top choice for design professionals, architects, builders, and homeowners for years to come. A back garden surrounded by greenery holds beautifully carved limestone fountains, unique cast statuaries, antique iron gates, and more. On the inside, one can find a plethora of antique French pieces made of walnuts, oak, fruitwoods, and more. Many antique doors can be found as well as large antique oil paintings, gothic pieces, chandeliers, and architecturals. In addition to 8,500 square feet of showroom indoor and out, exclusive relationships are in place to provide clients a choice of ordering from an abundant selection of antique doors, fireplace mantels, and hand carved fountains. Clients are always welcome to browse our entire inventory via the web, or stop in to browse the showroom and special order catalogs. And please feel free to call or email us anytime! Sincerely, Le Louvre French Antiques
About Us Thomas Schwenke, Inc. is a specialist firm dealing primarily in authentic original furniture of the American Federal period. The Thomas Schwenke, Inc. inventory features an array of Federal furnishings, including dining tables and chairs, sideboards, desks, easy chairs, sofas, tables, dressing tables, and mirrors. All items are backed by our written guarantee of authenticity and over 35 years of experience in the field.Historical SignificanceAmerican Federal furniture reflects the economic, political, and social development of the New Republic from 1785 to 1820. As the country prospered, its citizens built larger homes and turned to the finest cabinetmakers to furnish them. Based on the classic designs that inspired such great English architects and designers as George Shearer, Robert Adam, Thomas Sheraton, and George Hepplewhite, American Federal furniture is characterized by its refined formality; a distinctive sense of proportion, scale and line; and highly figured veneers, inlays and subtle carving. Lighter and more elegant than Colonial furniture, Federal pieces are prized for their historical significance and their utility in the contemporary home.Firms FounderThomas G. Schwenke, the firm's founder, has been an established antiques dealer since 1970. He is a nationally recognized expert, and is one of America's foremost authorities on Federal period furniture. He is a former member of the National Antique & Art Dealers Association of America, Inc., and a current member of the Antique Dealers Association and the Antiques Council. He is a frequent lecturer and exhibitor in the country's most important antique shows.Landmark ExhibitionIn 1988, Mr. Schwenke organized and sponsored the Bicentennial Exhibition of American Federal Furniture at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. Officially recognized by the Commission on the Bicentennial of the United States Constitution, this landmark exhibition featured over 100 historically significant pieces from various private collections, and such major institutions as the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Historic Hudson Valley, The Abigail Adams Smith Museum, The Wadsworth Atheneum, The Girard Collection, and the United States Department of State.LocationThomas Schwenke, Inc. is located in Woodbury, Connecticut - the "Antiques Capital of Connecticut" - at 50 Main Street North
It began with a dream. After selling their Pepsi-Cola bottling plant in Montana in 1968, then working for two years in the Peace Corps in Ghana, Robert and Rebecca Jorgensen were searching for a new life venture.Family connections in Wells enticed them to this southern Maine coastal community. After 30 years of interest in antiques, and wishing to embark on a new career, they purchased the historic 1685 Mill House property and began living out their dream of dealing in fine period antiques. And so, in 1971, R. Jorgensen Antiques was established in Wells, Maine.
Originally an 18th Century grist mill, Mill House Antiques can be found nestled in a gentle bend of the Nonnewaug River along Route 6 in northern Woodbury, Connecticut. Established in 1964 as a destination for fine antiques, Mill House attracts an international clientele of discriminating collectors and dealers who seek extraordinary quality and selection, expert and personalized service and the exacting craftsmanship of its workshop. Specializing in 18th and 19th Century antiques, Mill House offers the largest collection of sideboards, Welsh dressers, chest of drawers, highboys, lowboys, desks and farm tables. Within the 17 showrooms, you will also discover a large selection of corner cupboards, tall case clocks, linen presses, objects d’art and accessories. Mill House is also known for its line of fine, custom-made furniture. Whether you are in need of a dining table that seats four to twenty-four, a complete suite of chairs, or a handsome leather-top desk, Mill House Fine Period Furniture is traditionally crafted in England from the finest oak, walnut, yew and mahogany in the Chippendale, Sheraton, Queen Anne and Hepplewhite styles. Though a visit to Mill House Antiques is highly encouraged, please enjoy an online tour that will provide you with just a sampling of the furniture and accessories. If you have any questions or would like directions, please contact one of Mill House’s knowledgeable staff.