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Places other than here where we display our things
  • York Antique Gallery   One of the premier group shops in Maine. Our Himalayan antiques booth will be obvious. "A favorite destination for dealers, collectors, and decorators since 1989, we have 8000 sq. ft., four floors of quality merchandise in room settings offered by over 75 outstanding, long time exhibitors."
  • Asian Arts   A long-standing web site devoted to the topic, Asian Arts contains a wealth of information as well as galleries of many of the important dealers of arts from Asia. "Asianart.com is dedicated to all aspects of Asian art. It is our ambition to offer a forum for scholars, museums and commercial galleries."
  • Trocadero   A web site devoted to antiques formatted so we can display several images of the same item and with listed prices. We have over three hundred items displayed there.

Museums within a day's drive of Himalayan Antiques - in their own words:

  • Peabody Essex Museum   "Experience a unique fusion of art and culture, past and present, at the transformed Peabody Essex Museum. With its dramatic new building, PEM is one of the largest museums on the East Coast.... Delight in exceptional collections of Japanese, Chinese, Korean, Indian, Native American, Oceanic, and African art."
  • The Rubin Museum   "The Rubin Museum of Art is New York's newest museum. Opened on October 2nd, 2004, it is the first museum in the Western World dedicated to the art of the Himalayas and surrounding regions. The museum's mission is to establish, present, preserve and document a permanent collection that reflects the vitality, complexity and historical significance of Himalayan art."
  • The Newark Museum   "The most extraordinary collection of Tibetan art in the Western Hemisphere is on view in eight permanent galleries, the centerpiece of which is a Buddhist Altar consecrated in 1990 by His Holiness, the 14th Dalai Lama."
  • Jacques Marchais museum of Tibetan Art   "The Tibetan Museum is one of only two Himalayan style, monastery buildings in the Western world, and the only one in the United States."
  • Tibet House   "In 1987, at the request of His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama of Tibet, Richard Gere, Philip Glass, Robert Thurman, among others founded Tibet House for the sake of preserving and presenting Tibetan Culture by means of educational programs, exhibitions of art, publications, conferences and the like."
  • Museum of Fine Arts, Boston   "For over a century the Department of Art of Asia, Oceania and Africa at the Museum of Fine Arts has been said to house the finest collection of Asian art under one roof in the world."

Books and other publications

  • Serindia Publications   Serindia Publications... was established in London in 1976 by Anthony Aris and has published 60 books, mainly in the fields of Tibetan & Himalayan Studies, but also with interests in Central Asia, Asian Art and Traditional Medicine. Today... Serindia Publications, now under the care of Shane Suvikapakornkul in Chicago, is again inspired to pioneer new digital silk roads which will reach out and entice readers to embark on voyages of discovery on what is now the common heritage of all mankind.
  • Pilgrims Book House   Premier book seller in Kathmandu, Nepal. "Although we specialize in India and the Himalayas, our collection of used books, hard-to-find books, out-of-print books, rare books, and collectible books includes all subjects."
  • Orientations    "The magazine for collectors and connoisseurs of Asian art... Published in Hong Kong and distributed worldwide, Orientations has been delighting collectors and connoisseurs of Asian art for over thirty years."
  • Arts of Asia   "Arts of Asia has a tradition of meticulously cataloguing and storing back issues. This serves both to preserve the historical record and to provide scholars of Asian art with a valuable research resource. We invite you to view the attractive magazine covers and interesting contents of each issue we have published since 1971."
  • Tribal Arts   "The magazine dedicated to fine and antique traditional art from the Americas, Africa, Asia, Indonesia, Polynesia, Melanesia and Micronesia...In 1994 we began publishing The World Of Tribal Arts. Our aim was to provide our readers with the first magazine devoted to the traditional arts of tribal peoples from all corners of the world--art forms that are astounding in their beauty and diversity but known to only a few specialists."
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