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SOURCE The Galleries of Loyd-Paxton, Inc.
After 53 Unparalleled Years of Success The Galleries of Loyd-Paxton Will Close
DALLAS, Oct. 1, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- According to Paige Rense, former Editor-in-Chief, Architectural Digest 1975 – 2010, "Loyd Ray Taylor and Charles Paxton Gremillion of Dallas, Texas, are each known by just one name, Loyd and Paxton. Together those names have signaled ornate tradition in collecting and interior design. To the world at large, Loyd and Paxton are known only to certain collectors who discovered that the antique they couldn't find anywhere in the world, could be found in a quiet shop in Dallas."
After fifty-three years of successful enterprise, the Galleries of Loyd Paxton, Inc. are closing their doors. Having garnered national and international renown as outstanding arts and antiques dealers and designers of sensational interiors, Loyd Taylor and Paxton Gremillion are now wholly committed to the final liquidation of their remaining collections of fine antique furniture and works of art.
According to Mr. Taylor, "As has always been our trademark, we are offering extraordinary furnishings and decorations which are of obvious exceptional quality and condition." These extraordinary collections are now priced to sell at unprecedented discounted costs. Many, in fact, are at their original costs and below.
"We are now wholly committed to the final liquidation of our remaining collections of fine antique furniture and works of art, and in that spirit, the Galleries Loyd and Paxton cordially invite and earnestly encourage you to visit our galleries and take advantage of this incomparable opportunity to acquire truly enduring and rewarding investments that we know you will always appreciate and forever enjoy," Mr. Gremillion stated.
As Paige Rense also noted, "Loyd and Paxton think as one. For decades they have stayed in their gallery in Dallas and the world has come to them. Word of mouth has resulted in a discreet convergence of antiques lovers and each visitor knew he or she was seeing something utterly remarkable."
Loyd – Paxton
Publications, Awards & Honors
Casas y Gente (Mexico / South America): Numerous featured articles and two of the very few front covers accorded to American Designers.
Maison et Jardin (Paris Edition): Two featured articles and the first front cover ever accorded to American Designers
AD 100: An Exclusive Guide to the World's 100 Finest Interior Designers (pub. Architectural Digest, 1990
AD 100: International Directory of Designers and Architects (pub. Architectural Digest, 2000
Architectural Digest: Nine featured articles and three front covers.
Illuminating Engineering Society of North America: 19885 & 1986 – International Illumination Design Award
Selected as One of Dallas Best Designers by D Home – January/February 2005
Selected as Best Designers in Dallas Award by D Home –2007
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