homeart deco eventsart deco societiesart deco dealersart deco showsnewsletter signupAboutUsContactUs

      Send Us Your News
      Request Ad Rates
      Suggest Story Topic
      Letters To Editor
      Our Mission

Art DecoNews.com
Suggest Story Topic

art deco news.com
art deco newspaper - sneak preview
preservation alerts
furniture & accessories
jewelry & fashion
art deco destinations
art & artists
art deco districts


Lessons In Leather

Buying leather Art Deco furniture can be a challenge. Miami Art Deco dealer Ric Emmett answers key questions about how to buy with confidence.

more info














Got A Story Idea? Share It, Possibly See It Online!


We cover anything Art Deco, from dealers to destinations. From treasures, to toasters.  So, if you have a story idea,  please share it with us. 

If we use it, we'll be pleased to mention you, or keep you completely anonymous. It's your choice. 

Please include your name, location, and either a phone number or active e-mail address where we can contact you. Your identity is never revealed or shared without your consent. Send your ideas to Sterlilng S. Bader, Editor at: editor@artdeconews.com.

About the toaster above: It's one of the editor's most treasured Art Deco pieces.  It's not the original his family owned, but a near-perfect identical model found at a yard sale! 

It is the most popular vintage toaster of all times, the Sunbeam Model T-9.  It was introduced at the 1939 New York World's Fair. 

It was designed by renowned industrial designer Alfonso Lanneli and has the World's Fair theme logo inscribed to decorate the housing.  It was manufacturered from the late 1930s through 1951 and has become known as the King of the Toasters.


























Copyright 2005 by Badermedia of Florida/Art Deco News.Com. All rights reserved. Content may not be reproduced in any form without prior written consent of the publisher.

Art Deco buildings in Rio
Deco Destinations
Rio de Janeiro is one of the hottest Art Deco destinations in the world, says Deco expert Rex M. Ball, a retired architect and president of the Tulsa Art Deco Society, who has made numerous trips to the South American city.

More Info

Free Deco Email Newsletter-Sign Up Now

Modernism Gallery
more info