38.5" w x 10.5" d x 10.5 h. For four generations, Newel has inspired international collectors and designers with one of the most extensive decorative and fine arts galleries in the world. A family business since 1939, our roots are firmly planted in New York, where we spent our earliest days furnishing some of Broadway's most fabled productions. Today, we continue the tradition as the world's premier decorative arts resource for distinguished private collectors and industry-leading designers. From our vast collections to our curated gallery, we inspire our clients to discover the magic moment when classic style meets modern elegance.
Our current collection boasts over 10,000 extraordinary works from around the globe, with classic pieces dating from the 17th- to 21st-centuries, in addition to a trove of contemporary original designs and reproductions. In 2015, we celebrated a significant expansion, with our curated services now offered at two new locations: a 9000-square-foot gallery and showroom in Manhattan, and a 55,000-square-foot building in nearby Long Island City, the permanent home to our extended collection. We confirm that we either own the Work or are authorized to sell it on behalf of the owner.
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Any proceedings or arbitrations arising hereunder shall be prosecuted in or before a court, panel or other adjudicatory body located in the County of New York. 7.4 The invalidity of any portion of these terms and conditions shall not effect the remainder of these terms and conditions. We are pleased to offer special pricing to trade buyers and private clients. You may also be interested in.. The item "American Victorian Ship Model of the Ironclad Civil War Confederate CSS Virginia" is in sale since Tuesday, May 30, 2017.This item is in the category "Collectibles\Transportation\Boats & Ships\Military\Models". The seller is "newel1939" and is located in New York, New York. This item can be shipped to United States.