Since 1980 Dalton’s has established itself as an unparalleled resource for original Arts and Crafts furnishings and decorative accessories. Under the direction of Dalton’s founder David Rudd, carefully selected examples of original condition furniture, pottery, art and metalwork are offered for both beginning and experienced collectors. Dalton’s clients benefit from a unique combination of decades of experience, knowledge of superior forms, discerning judgment and the finest selection available.

Gustav Stickley, L&JG Stickley, Roycroft, Limbert, Rohlfs and other Arts and Crafts producers of mission oak furniture have been a focus of this extraordinary shop since its founding. Dalton’s has been dedicated to offering the finest examples of 20th century decorative arts, especially items from the American Arts and Crafts Movement including Grueby, Newcomb, Marblehead, Rookwood, Roycroft, Dirk Van Erp and others.

David Rudd and Debbie Goldwein are the principals of Dalton’s and equally share the responsibilities of operating this unique gallery. David has acted as a private consultant to several major east coast auction houses, is currently a regular contributor to American Bungalow magazine, past president of the Central New York Arts and Crafts Society and sits on the Advisory Board of The Stickley Museum at Craftsman Farms in Morris Plains, NJ. More recently Dave Rudd has become the President of the board at the Gustav Stickley House Foundation.

Debbie Goldwein is on the Board of Trustees of the Stickley Museum at Craftsman Farms in Morris Plains, NJ.

Dave Rudd is also available for buying, selling and appraising single items to entire collections.

In her role as CFO, Debbie ensures stable operation of the gallery on a daily basis and contributes to Dalton’s esteemed position as the most trusted and experienced source for Arts and Crafts objects in America.

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