This revolutionary space provides 50 of the finest vintage and antique dealers with a presence in the New York Design Center, and changes the dynamic of this once design-trade-only building into a progressive, all-inclusive design resource.
THE GALLERY AT 200 LEX:
MONDAY – FRIDAY 9:30 AM – 5:30PM
Pappas Miron Design, a renowned design duo based in New York City, share a love for antiques and vintage textiles as well as an appreciation for new artisan’s work and inspiring new materials.We loved working with Tatyana and Alexandra on this week’s product round up featuring their favorite picks from The Gallery at 200 Lex powered by Incollect as these talented designers chose a range of products from the esteemed dealers.
The Gallery at 200 Lex proudly welcomes Circa 20C, Galerie Philia, Karina Gentinetta, Mantiques Modern and Yew Tree House to the 10th Floor. These esteemed dealers join the 33,000 square feet of curated antique and vintage furniture, jewelry and fine arts. Click below to read more about each of these dealers!
Welcome to a new series from The Gallery at 200 Lex powered by Incollect- Dealers & Designers: In the Know. Throughout the series we will be bringing experts from both the sides of the antiques trade together to give you the inside scoop. The dealers who source exceptional vintage and antique furnishings, and the designers who utilize their inventory in their designs will both provide their insights and expertise.
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After many years spent in the antiques business, Emily Collins joined The Gallery at 200 Lex in 2016. While working with the President of the Art and Antique Dealers League of America Emily became passionate about supporting the dealer community and building strong relationships with dealers whose businesses models were rapidly changing. Emily has a master’s degree from Christie’s Education in London, is a published author, and is involved in multiple arts related charities.
John DesLauriers joined The Gallery when it first opened in 2011. A senior member of the sales team, he enjoys building long term relationships with interior designers, architects and private clients. Prior to joining The Gallery, John worked for many years in luxury furniture, carpet and fabric showrooms. “I have always been passionate about the decorative arts. My grandfather had a long career selling furniture and accessories, I feel it’s in my DNA. I began working in the antiques business at a young age helping dealers after school and on weekends. I have an appreciation for all well designed and manufactured things from any period.”
Stephanie Massaux joined The Gallery at 200 LEX in 2015. She has vast experience in the sale of luxury items within the A&D community and the private sector. She values developing and fostering connections with those who seek vintage and antique items for their design needs, and with the dealers that source them.
Previously, Stephanie excelled in the field of antique restoration with passion and perseverance for close to two decades. Her professional journey commenced as an apprentice in Europe and she concluded that chapter of her life at The Sherman Fairchild Center for Objects Conservation at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Her transition from high-end antique restoration to luxury sales was a seamless and most welcome endeavor. Stephanie is driven by a desire to collaborate with designers to realize their visions from conception to installation.
Gordon Naumburg joined The Gallery in 2015. As a valuable member of the sales team, he enjoys working to build relationships with some of the world’s most prominent interior designers. Prior to joining The Gallery, Gordon graduated from Sotheby’s Institute of Art with a Master’s of Arts degree in Fine & Decorative Art. Earlier on, he worked for one of America’s oldest auction houses. He enjoys advising clients on the acquisition of one-of-a-kind objects. Passionate about Post War Design, some of his favorite designers are Jean Prouvé, Gio Ponti, Paolo Buffa, George Nakashima and Claude and François-Xavier Lalanne.