This is Albert Einstein’s personal globe that is displayed in his office at Princeton. The Center for Conservation of Art and Historic Artifacts conserved the globe, and I treated the stand, which had been broken and poorly repaired many times. This is a pre-treatment photo…click on the link below. (Photography courtesy of CCAHA)
This frame, with stamped edge detail and custom made gilded twists, and the eglomise glass mat, was commissioned for a needlework of the same period.
I carried out conservation on this secrétaire à abattant, originally owned by Joseph Bonaparte, is in the collection of the Philadelphia Athenaeum.
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Mahogany and brass globe stand made for early 19th century French globe in the collection of the Union League of Philadelphia.