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Here are some additional resources on historic preservation, Art Deco, and related architectural styles around the globe. (Links will open in a new window)

Art Deco Madrid : http://madrid-art-deco.blogspot.com/
Madrid resident David Pallol has been documenting the Art Deco style found throughout this wonderful city. See his photographic record and information (in Spanish) on his blog.

PreservationDirectory.com : http://www.preservationdirectory.com/HistoricalPreservation/Home.aspx
The online resource for historic preservation, building restoration and cultural resource management in the United States & Canada.

French Art Deco Lighting : http://french-art-deco-lighting.com/
Looking to purchase original Art Deco lighting fixtures, sculptures, metal, or glass? French Art Deco Lighting sells original vintage pieces to buyers worldwide.

Valerio Antiques : http://www.valerioartdeco.com/
Valerio Antiques has been in business now for over twenty years specializing in art glass vases, furniture, bronze and chryselephantine sculptures and accessories from the Art Deco period. The owners, Antonio Amado and Roberto Bertran, are widely known and respected experts in the field and have been collecting fine French, American, German and Austrian pieces for over twenty years.

Design by 20′s : http://www.art-deco-shop.com/
DESIGN BY 20′s, antiquities for the modern habitat, specializes in original European Art Deco and German Bauhaus antiques.

Urban Remains : http://www.urbanremainschicago.com/
Urban Remains deals exclusively in the reclamation and recycling of American antique architectural artifacts found among commercial and industrial buildings or residential structures. Their collection of recovered artifacts dates between the mid-19th century and the late 1930s—they do not deal in new or reproduction building materials.

Decodame : http://www.decodame.com/
A wide variety of Art Deco and other Modernist styles, in furniture, tableware, fabrics, lighting, and more. Bryan and Lorial Francis of Naples, Florida, have been selling Art Deco objects since 1998.