Bernard & S. Dean Levy Inc.

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Bernard & S. Dean Levy Inc.

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24 East 84th Street, New York, New York 10028
The Levy family has been active in the field of fine Americana since the founding of Ginsburg & Levy, Inc., in 1901 and spanning four generations. Our focus has been on acquiring and selling the finest examples of early American craftsmanship and we are very proud of the numerous public and private collections we have helped create over this period.


    • Aug 30, 2019

      This month, Ben and Michael pay a visit to one of the New York antiques world’s preeminent galleries, Bernard & S. Dean Levy on 84th Street, where they speak with the fourth-generation co-proprietor, Frank Levy. Under discussion is a suite of furniture made for the storied Beekman family of New York—items which, until Levy got his hands on ...

    • May 17, 2019

      In six months Bernard & S. Dean Levy will move from 24 East 84th Street in New York City to the third floor of 227 West 17th Street in Chelsea, trading a five-story townhouse for a 5200-square-foot loft. “The furniture will be displayed on one floor in an open setting with especially designed lighting in a neighborhood with modern furniture g...

    • Jan 27, 2016

      Americana Expert Built Top Collection PALM BEACH, FLA. — Bernard Levy, who took the family firm, founded in New York City in 1901, to new heights as Bernard & S. Dean Levy, Inc, died at his home in Palm Beach on Wednesday, January 27. Levy, 98, was the son and nephew of Isaac M. Levy and John Ginsburg, among the most prominent antiques dealer...

    • Jan 16, 2014

      New York and Boston butt heads over more than sports teams: Try 18th-century walnut chairs whose origins are at the center of a controversy. The chairs, unsigned pieces with shell carvings on their knees and backs, descended in wealthy New York families including the Apthorps and Van Cortlandts. Some scholars believe they were made in New York; oth...