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Loving Cup manufactured by Tiffany & Co., from NYC's Gilded Age c.1891.

Cherry Wardrobe, Herter Brothers (1864–1906), Mid-Atlantic, New York, New York, United States, American, ca. 1880–85 | Metropolitan Museum of Art

Furniture. Chair, 1877–79; Herter Brothers (1864-1906); New York City, New York. Ebonized cherry, marquetry of lighter woods, gilding.

1882 American (New York) Library table at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York - From the curators' comments: "Between 1879 and 1882, Herter Brothers designed and decorated William Henry Vanderbilt's new Fifth Avenue mansion. This monumental table was the centerpiece of his library...Although called a library table, it was never intended for study per se; rather, it was a piece of sculpture and a monument to Vanderbilt himself."

MET's Centennial Loan Exhibition c.1876 NY Gilded Age. The Museum Library, authorized by the Museum's 1870 charter and formally established in 1880, is one of the world's great collections of art historical research materials. In this blog post, learn about the Museum’s digitizing program with the dual goals of preserving these original printed materials and expanding access to their content.

Gilded Age NYC - Tiffany & Co. Punch bowl with ladles, c.1900. Located at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts.

Illustrated by Edward Penfield (1866-1925) Born in Brooklyn, NY, Penfield as illustrator, was considered the "Father of the American Poster" Vignette's of Manhattan: c.1894, Gilded Age.

Attributed to Frank Furness and Daniel Pabst (American): Cabinet, 1877 The Metropolitan Museum of Art