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Design Your Life!  These 3 vintage vases feature hand-crafted pure silver overlay designs — available now at Q Antiques and Design
See all that glittersat Q Antiques and Design! Visit our online boutique, find and follow us on Invaluable & 1stdibs.
Timeless & Colorful Wedgwood Jasper Ware in the Neoclassical Style — always a Classic!
Silver and Art Metal Designs by Marie Zimmermann Available at Q Antiques and Design!: Q Antiques and Design offers an extraordinary collection of early-20th-century sterling silver & art metal designs by Marie Zimmermann (1879-1972), a talented American metalsmith, jeweler, and designer working in New York City during the opening decades of the 20th century. Journalists referred to Zimmermann as “Master of a dozen crafts … perhaps the most versatile artist in this country” and called her “the last of the great metal craftsmen … the modern Benvenuto Cellini.” Zimmermann’s creative and innovative designs were eclectic, experimental, and guided by personal interests in historical design and the natural world.  
Antique Trader Digital Edition February 15, 2017 | Krause Books: I’m happy to share my interview with Melody Amsel-Ariell for Antique Trader Magazine’s cover article! Learn connoisseurship tips, collecting strategies, and current market values for English Whitefriars Glass. Purchase a digital copy through the link or DM and we’ll send a pdf of the Whitefriars article!
Art Deco & Hollywood Regency inspire this weekend's Academy Award set designs!

Free Shipping Day is Friday, December 16, 2016 - Fri, 16 Dec 2016 12:09:18 -0800

Free Shipping Day is Friday, December 16, 2016: Happy Free Shipping Day! “…one of the greatest made up holidays of modern times…” according to The New York Times. Shop Q Antiques and Design with promo code DESIGNYOURLIFE and received an additional 10% off all purchases — even pieces already on sale! 
White glove service! Shipping silver without fingerprints is a challenge
Get up, get out and #ShopSmall on Nov 26. Celebrate #SmallBizSat with us!
Happy Halloween! Not a demon or devil, but a vaguely sinister Bacchus fountain mask designed by Marie Zimmermann and cast by Roman Bronze Works in New York, circa 1915.