A sterling silver floral brooch by Tiffany & Co. with a mark dating from 1910-47 in an Arts and Crafts style. Marked Tiffany & Co. Makers Sterling and with a stylized 'M' for the directorship of John C. Moore III.
My latest little journey took me back to Syracuse, New York.
The only thing unusual was that my travel date was March 23, 1903.
And the woman who made it possible for me to make this little journey was a librarian by the name of Barbara.
Ever since February of 1988 when I first began hosting the annual National Arts and Crafts Conference at the Grove Park Inn, I have always been curious about an earlier Arts and Crafts conference. It opened on March...
A complete line of Handmade Stoneware Tile with a unique selection of complex Craftsman glaze colors for fireplace, kitchen, bath or outdoors. Showcasing original designs true in spirit to the Arts & Crafts Tradition since 1997.
From the desk of Dave Stubblefield and Vivian Yess Wadlin
As the Cardiff Giant* laid "in state" at the New York Building of the Pan American Exposition, another death was taking place in the less controversial world of furniture design. It was 1901, Buffalo, NY.
The Victorian design aesthetic was fussy, crowded, frequently beyond useless, and had lasted much too long. That was the opinion of the Arts and Crafts enthusiasts from all corners of the...