A. B. Levy’s

Albert B. Levy was born with a love of beautiful objects and after graduating spent several years in San Francisco. He worked long hours at a downtown gallery and immersed himself in its estate collections, building up his knowledge on fine antique furniture, porcelain, art, glass and silver.

Levy soon realised his dream of opening his own gallery when he returned to Florida in 1989. It was here he opened Spencer Antiques on Worth Avenue with business associate Samuel Dweck.

Next the partners opened a sleek new gallery, AB.Levy Gallery, fulfilling Levy's vision of an ultra luxurious venue to showcase his superb collections. Two floors cascade with objects of art, crowning years of experience, miles of exotic travels and thousands of auctions, exhibits and private sales.

Quality is Levy's most important concern. He combs the globe to procure the rarest original objects and finest collectible art with an eye to fresh and authentic inventory.

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Very fine french ormolu-mounted commode by sormani
A FRENCH ORMOLU-MOUNTED MAHOGANY AND TULIPWOOD PARQUETRY COMMODE\nBY PAUL SORMANI, PARIS, LAST QUARTER 19TH CENTURY\nThe 'D'-shaped Sarrancolin marble top above a trailing vine and acanthus frieze fitted with a drawer, over a pair of cube parquetry drawers, with similarly inlaid sides, on fluted tapering legs and acanthus-capped feet;\nstamped 'P. SORMANI/PARIS'\n34 in. (87 cm.) high, 55 in. (140.3 cm.) wide, 25 in. (64 cm.) deep A. B. Levy’s
LOUIS C. TIFFANY (American, 1848-1933)
LOUIS C. TIFFANY (American, 1848-1933)\n\n"Study of a Window." Signed Louis C. Tiffany l/r. Inscribed MEMORIAL INSCRIPTION TO BE PLACED HERE, mat stenciled SKETCH No. 3224, scale 1"=1' / SUGGESTION FOR/WINDOW/MRS HENRY STERN/GLENCOE ILL/ROSEHILL COMMUNITY MAUSOLEUM/CHICAGO ILLINOIS/ECCLESIAL DEPTH/TIFFANY.\nWatercolor on a paperboard. Measuring 12 1/4 by 9 inches. A. B. Levy’s
Three american tramp art frames, circa 1900
THREE AMERICAN TRAMP ART FRAMES Circa 1900\nComprised of an arched crested double aperture example, a two-toned stained rectangular example with overlapping stiles and sides with demilune projections, and the third is larger with a dark stain and a lighter border.\n\nHeights 10 in., 12 in., 17 in., respectively.\nHeights 25.4 cm, 30.4 cm, 43.1 cm A. B. Levy’s
PETER MAX (American, b. 1937)
PETER MAX (American, b. 1937)\n"Blue Landscape". Signed MAX l/r.Ê\nAcrylic on paper. Measuring 11 1/2 by 15 1/2 inches.Ê A. B. Levy’s
Theodore clement steele (1847-1926)
Property of A Private Gentleman\nTHEODORE CLEMENT STEELE (1847-1926)\n"Autumn"\nsigned T. C. Steele (lower right)\noil on canvas laid on board\nFramed 20 x 16 in. (50.8 x 40.6 cm.)\nUnframed 15.5 x 11 3/8 in. (39.3 x 28.4 cm.) A. B. Levy’s

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A.B. Levy's Palm Beach
211 Worth Avenue
Palm Beach, Florida 33480
Phone: 561.835.9139
E-mail: info@ablevys.com
A.B. Levy's West Palm Beach
Flamingo Building
1921 S. Dixie Hwy
West Palm Beach, Florida 33401
Phone: 561.835.9139
E-mail: info@ablevys.com
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