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CINOA

CINOA represents 5000 dealers from 32 associations in 22 countries. Dealers cover a wide array of specialties from antiquities to contemporary art. Membership of CINOA is based on associations which bind their dealer members to adhere to reputable standards of quality, expertise and integrity.

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National Trust - UK

When visiting uk why not visit some of the wonderful stately homes and gardens.

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National Trust - UK

New Zealand Historic Places Trust

The New Zealand Historic Places Trust (NZHPT) is a crown entity, New Zealand’s leading national historic heritage agency and guardian of Aotearoa New Zealand’s national heritage. The NZHPT's work includes identifying our heritage places, seeking to ensure they survive for appreciation by current and future generations, and fostering that appreciation by recording and sharing their stories.

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Decorative & Fine Arts Society of Wellington(Inc)

The Decorative and Fine Arts Society of Wellington (WeDFAS) offers the opportunity to hear eight top quality, diverse and interesting lectures each year, as well as one or two Study Days, covering a wide range of decorative and fine arts subjects.

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The Furniture History Society

founded in 1964 to study furniture of all periods,places and kinds; to increase knowledge and appreciation of it and to assist in the preservation of furniture and its records.

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The Furniture History Society

The Regional Furniture Society

The Regional Furniture Society studies the rich diversity of British regional furniture-making traditions, and the social and cultural context of furniture from the earliest times to the present day. This includes the development of furniture designs in relation to vernacular architecture and the organisation of domestic interiors, as well as international influences on design. It is also concerned with evaluating workshop practices, the use of tools, construction techniques and the surface treatment and decoration of furniture.

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