You never know what you’ll find
Houston, TX (PRWEB) October 25, 2011
David Lackey, owner of David Lackey Antiques and Art in Houston, recently opened a new location at Houston’s Antiques of River Oaks, center (3461 W. Alabama Houston, TX 77027), and is exhibiting a new and fascinating collection at his shop. Among the newly arrived items, you can find:
- A mid 20th century drawing by noted Texas outsider artist, Frank Jones (1900-1969), priced at $5000. (Two similar Frank Jones drawings are currently hanging in the Menil Museum exhibit, Seeing Stars: Visionary Art from the Collection).
- An excellent group of 18th century Spanish items from a local estate, including a primitive cabinet, paintings, santos figures, panels, etc.
- A circa 1810 American bow front chest from Delaware priced at $10,950.
- A rare 100 piece set of Kirk Repousse sterling silver flatware priced at $5000.
But one can still find the quirky and affordable mixed in kaleidoscopic fashion with fine 18th and 19th century furniture and art. Lackey’s customers include nationally-known interior designers who appreciate the diversity and affordability of his goods.
About David Lackey Antiques and Art.
David Lackey is one of Houston’s leading antiques dealers and appraiser. David provides an outstanding inventory of furniture, paintings, silver, jewelry, ceramics, glass, and decorative art from the 18th, 19th and 20th century. (http://www.David-Lackey.com). David Lackey is one of the most recognized and trusted antiques dealer name in Houston; and he is also a frequent collaborator at the PBS TV program “The Antiques Roadshow”.
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