Artemis Gallery was established in 1975. For most of its existence it has specialized in the furniture and related decorative arts of the American Federal Period (1790-1830). It takes great pride in helping people find choice examples of Federal furniture at relatively affordable prices. Among its customers are both beginning and advanced collectors, decorators and museums. In addition, the gallery has always enjoyed working with professional designers and fellow antiques dealers.
The gallery is run by Jesse Goldberg who has been a long-time member, and former board member, of the Antiques Dealers' Association of America (ADA). The ADA code of ethics, which the gallery is bound by, requires full disclosure of the origin and condition, including any restoration and repairs, of all pieces. This will be written out on invoices and unconditionally guaranteed. He is also a member of the Antiques Council and exhibits at several of their shows.
The furniture on this web site is in basically original structural condition unless otherwise noted. Please feel free to call any day between 9 AM and 9 PM for a full condition report. The photographs are meant to convey a general sense of each piece. The gallery will be happy to email you more detailed pictures of any items of interest. Also available are appropriate accessories of the Federal Period including silver, glass, ceramics and prints. Please call for more information.
We warmly welcome your visit to our gallery. It is generally open every day from 9 AM to 9 PM but a call ahead is highly recommended. It is located in North Salem, NY which is in Westchester County. It is near the junction of I-84 and I-684 an hour north of NYC and an hour west of Hartford, CT.