Having first advertised our gallery back in 1993, we were able to grow and perfect our collection to the standards for which we were guided and mentored by Albert Sack, a great friend over the past 20 years of his life.
As we have grown The Stanley Weiss Collection over the past 25 years, we would like to take this opportunity to announce our relocation from the iconic Tilden-Thurber building, where we kept inventory on four small floors, to a new location that will provide us optimal convenience, efficiency, and preservation of our collection, which is now over 1,000 pieces of fine curated furniture. We now can operate on one open floor, a 10,000 square foot ground level secure building in an affluent East Side Providence community, minutes from our former location, with very convenient parking, and still a short distance from Brown and RISD. Our vast collection of special pieces and many items on reserve will now be displayed on this new showroom.
Through the development of our extensive online gallery experience, we sell throughout the country, so this move fits our strategic goals. We will retain our open hours on Saturdays, from 11-5 and/or by appointment. Marc Beaulac, our Collection Archivist, will always be available, as I am, continuing the tradition of excellence in our evolving collection, in the category Alexander Roux referred to as "Art Furniture", fine English and Chinese furniture notwithstanding.