Who says Americana is only for blue-haired dowagers and stuffy octogenarians with a penchant for dreary brown furniture? High-flying Wall Street traders, J. P. Morgan private bankers, Bright Young Things and even techies turn out for the annual Americana Week sprint which kicked off officially with the opening of the New York Ceramics Fair on Tuesday and runs until Feb. 2. Collectors from all over the country fly in to vie for the pickings at three fairs as well as Christie’s and Sotheby’s tony auctions. Read More
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