Wednesday, December 1, 2010

The month of December will be a exciting month here at the blog!

Styling  by Andrew Hopkins. Collection of early 19th century Empire Old Paris porcelain. Early 19th century American coin silver spoons. The hand colored engraving is of Marie Antoinette's last farewell to her son late 18th century early 19th century.

The month of December will be a exciting month here at the blog! We will be exploring what is "Southern Style" and "Creole Style". Creole Christmas, The Decorative arts at Winterthur Museum, Gardens & Library, in Winterthur, DE, a walking tour around Paris France, Early American porcelain made by Tucker in the Philadelphia Museum of Art. The Parc & Château de Bagatelle in Paris, France. The Richards DAR house museum in Mobile, Alabama. The Longfellow House Museum in Salem, Massachusetts. A walking tour of Historic Boston and Salem, Massachusetts. A look at how the Turkish Style influenced 19th century French Decorative arts. Decorative arts at the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem. Hampton mansion built 1790 in Towson, Maryland. 18th century Paris one stop shopping the marchand-mercier .French Marie Queen Marie Antoinette's porcelain factory in Paris Rue Thiroux, America's first Washington monument in Baltimore, Maryland. Maryland's State House the oldest state capitol still in continuous legislative use and is the only state house to have ever served as the nation's capitol, and much much more. Pull up a seat and take a French Empire porcelain cup of French roast coffee!

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