MARKETPLACE Kruger Gallery

Liu, R. K.
March 1983
Ornament;Mar83, Vol. 6 Issue 3, p12
The article features the Kruger Gallery, a jewelry gallery, in New York. The gallery sale on both the retail and wholesale levels. It relates that the wholesale division is critical to the survival of the gallery, which represent 40 artists and 100 artists that sell limited editions. While retail business features six single designers annually for six weeks. It cites the income generated by the gallery in both events. Several photographs of the activities and jewelry are presented.


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