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NIALL SMITH
306 East 61st Street
New York, NY 10022
212.750.3985
M-F 10-5

"I have no computer or fax machine or even call waiting!" chuckles antique dealer Niall Smith with a cheerful Irish accent. "This is an antiques shop—I'm lucky to have a rotary phone!"

He may not boast the latest technology, but Niall displays a dazzling array of nineteenth-century neoclassical furniture, including French Empire, English Regency, William IV and Biedermeier, in his small, jewel-box shop in Greenwich Village, which he has run since 1970. Niall, who is originally from County Cork in Ireland, travels to Europe six times a year to find furniture and objets, including bronzes, Wedgewood basaltware and walking sticks. How did an Irish boy fall in love with the world of antiques? "My sister and I were dragged every weekend in the south of Ireland by my parents to an auction or sale, so it's in the blood and I enjoy it immensely."





ALAN MOSS
436 Lafayette Street
New York, NY 10003
212.473.1310
M-F 11-6

For 35 years, Alan Moss has been seeking out high-quality twentieth-century American and European antiques for his store, which sells everything from wall sconces to a pair of $1.5 million bronze doors.

ANN MORRIS ANTIQUES
239 East Sixtieth Street
New York, NY 10065
212.755.3308
M-F 9-6
info@annmorrisantiques.com

Along "Antique Row" on East Sixtieth Street, Ann-Morris glimmers with the sparkle of antique lighting and the glow of old wood furniture. Here, farmhouse tables, Windsor chairs, garden benches and more are sold to the trade only.

DUANE
176 Duane Street
New York, NY 10013
212.625.8066
M-F 11-6; SAT 12-6
duaneantiques.com
www.duanemodern.com

Partners Wilson Henley and Bruce Glickman gave up their country shop in Litchfield County, Connecticut, in order to sell sleek 1930s, 1940s and 1950s French furniture in an old Tribeca dairy warehouse decorated with sisal floors and taupe painted walls.

LAURA FISHER/ANTIQUE QUILTS & AMERICANA
305 East 61st Street
New York, NY 10065
212.838.2596
M-F 11-4:30
laurafisherquilts@yahoo.com
www.laurafisherquilts.com

Explore textiles as art in this Manhattan Art & Antique Center shop, which bursts with antique quilts, Beacon/Pendleton blankets, Navajo rugs, paisley shawls, needlework and woven Marseilles whitework bedspreads. Hard goods include folk art paintings and tramp art.

WYETH
315 Spring Street
New York, NY 10013
212.243.3661
M-F 11-6


A unique collection of vintage modern furniture fills this large showroom, which features one-of-a-kind pieces by anonymous and well-known designers as well as a Wyeth line of furnishings.

WOODARD & GREENSTEIN
506 East Seventy-Fourth Street
New York, NY 10021
212.988.2906
M-F 10:30-6
www.woodardweave.com


Two blocks from Sotheby’s in a fifth-floor loft, this gallery proffers American country painted furniture and antique quilts from the nineteenth and early twentieth century along with its own line of handwoven carpets in historic patterns.





JOHN ROBSHAW TEXTILES
245 West Twenty-Ninth Street, Suite 15
New York, NY 10001
212.594.6006
info@johnrobshaw.com www.johnrobshaw.com


In southeast Asia, John finds antique textiles that he sends to India to be hand-embroidered and fashioned into throws and pillows. In his Chelsea showroom, he also sells by the yard vegetable-dyed linen to designers by appointment.





SKYFRAME INC.
141 West 28th Street
New York, NY 10001
212.925.7856
M-F 9-5:30
www.skyframeinc.com


Robert Benrimon started delivering and then making frames for art galleries. Now he runs two framing factories, where he produces the finest-quality frames, which are inspired by old books and movies.





URBAN ARCHITECTURE
GALLERY OF APPLIED ARTS, INC.

1205 Manhattan Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11222
718.349.3837


This full-service firm includes an art gallery that shows drawings and paintings by architects and industrial designers, a furniture showroom with big names like Philippe Starck, Ettore Sottsass and Memphis Milano, plus interior design consulting.
—Bart Boehlert