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Marshall and Deborah Stuteville have been involved in the antique business since 1973 and have been in business as Stuteville Antiques since 1978. Marshall is a graduate of the University of Washington in history. He began in the antique business by importing fine Indian and Tibetan art and artifacts after being in the Peace Corps in India.
In 1974, Marshall started training as an antique furniture restorer and conservator while working at Globe Antiques, one of the finest antique shops in Seattle at the time. With his wife, Deborah, he started Globe Restoration in 1978. Globe Restoration (a service of Stuteville Antiques) has been in continuous business since then providing museum quality restoration on fine antique furniture and wooden works of art.
Stuteville Antiques started simultaneously with Globe Restoration. In the course of the years, Marshall and Deborah have developed expertise in antiques and fine art appraisal. As an outgrowth of the restoration business, they have come to specialize in the authentication of antique American, English and European furniture.
Stuteville Antiques has a wide selection of period antique English, American, and Continental European furniture, fine arts, silver, brassware, glass and accessories now available online. Our items come both from extensive overseas buying and from local estates. Our emphasis is always on the authentic and the unique. All of our items are guaranteed to be original and as described. We welcome designers and dealers and offer discounts to those in the trade. We also have handled many estates either as estate sales, consignments or outright purchase.
Stuteville Antiques now operates from a new appointment-only gallery. Please phone us at: 206-329-5666 for details.
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created March 19, 2012
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