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Sunday, October 27, 2013

Victorian Majolica Splendor

We were delighted to come across an article from Antiques and Fine Arts magazine on the restoration of a classic Victorian house on New York's Upper East Side. The mansion, formerly the property of Louis Comfort Tiffany,  has been lovingly restored to its full Victorian splendor by current owners Michael and Margie Loeb, and as befitting the period, has been beautifully stocked with Victorian decorative arts including majolica.

The story behind this museum level restoration is a fascinating one and well worth a look. To read the entire article including additional photos go to the AFA News Web site.

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