Agile, indeed. My site has hundreds of
shear encyclopedic coverage of American Art
Deco, Streamline and roadside buildings, Debra
Jane Seltzer has no equal. Is there anywhere she
has not been?
Voted one of the 10 best blogs ever, and its
easy to see why. Some Art Deco but the real
attraction here is the folks at Shorpy have
access to (among other things) the archives of
the Detroit Publishing Company. If you're not
familiar with what a good scan from an
like, you're in for a treat.
Rejuvenation Lighting- One
of relatively few places that make modern Deco
items that really look like they could have come
from the Art Deco era.
Rose Iron Works-
Real, French-inspired Art Deco, made by the same
people who made the originals.
Museum-quality French Art Deco at prices that
are quite reasonable for what you get.
didn't I think of this? A comprehensive listing of
estate sales by city or state. You can advertise
your estate sale, too.
Fireplace doors and screens based on Edgar
Brandt designs. I liked the Craftsman styled
pieces even more.
Kelly Art Deco Light
Kelly of Vintage Hardware, has a museum
Deco lighting. Ihaven'tbeen
there but it sounds impressive.
Collector's Weekly- A
fascinating site with lots of beautifully
illustrated articles on collectibles, especially
20th century items - clocks, cameras, plastics,
posters, pottery and of course, Art Deco.