Friday, April 28, 2017


Come visit Art Display Essentials booth at the AAM MuseumExpo!


 By now, you've heard the buzz around the 2017 AAM Annual Meeting & MusumExpo, the premier event for museum professionals. 
 
 
AAM Annual Meeting & MuseumExpo in St. Louis
 
We can't wait to show you what's new! We'll be exhibiting in booth 1313, so while you're on the expo floor, be sure to stop by. The exhibit hall dates are May 8-10, 2017 in St. Louis, MO.
 
The 2017 American Alliance of Museums Annual Meeting & MuseumExpo is the largest gathering of museum professionals in the world.  This year, MuseumExpo is headed to St. Louis, MO for four power-packed days that will buzz with connections being made, ideas being exchanged and innovative products being showcased. It's the best place to find cost- and time- saving solutions from over 250 exhibitors. Start your planning now by searching through more than 60 product and service categories to find the perfect solution for challenges you face today.
 
 
 
9 Reasons to Attend #AAM2017

There are literally hundreds of reasons to come to AAM's 2017 annual meeting in St. Louis, but here are some highlights you won't want to miss:

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Q-Cord Retractable Barriers and Absolute Products
 
Art Display Essentials is happy to represent Q-Cord Retractable Barriers.  Q-Cord Retractable Barriers are made in the USA and comply with the current 2010 ADA restrictions.  Our patented design is being adopted by many museums, retail establishments, and institutions all over the country because of its simplicity of design and ease of operation. With its convenient setup and beautiful exterior, it creates a flexible and aesthetically pleasing queuing area in your space. The Q-Cord Retractable Barrier system is also frequently used as art protection as it provides a barrier that minimally distracts from the art work. Q-cord, the fine line between form and function. 
 
We are also happy to represent Absolute Museum & Gallery Products in North America.  We maintain stock of their full product range here in the US, available for immediate shipping through our Art Display website.
 
 

 
 
 
 
Art Display Essentials| 800.862.9869 | eloisew@artdisplay.com | www.artdisplay.com

 

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"Art Display Essentials has now entered the world of museum quality queue control with its innovative Q-Cord Retractable Barriers.  The Q-Cord Retractable Barriers are made in the USA and comply with the current 2010 ADA restrictions.  Our patented design is being adopted by many museums, retail establishments, and institutions all over the country because of its simplicity of design and operation.  With its convenient setup and beautiful exterior, it creates a flexible and aesthetically pleasing queuing area in your space."

 Q-Cord, the fine line between form and function.

You can find more information on the Q-Cord Barriers here: www.q-cord.com


Thursday, April 27, 2017

Friday, April 21, 2017

Thursday, April 20, 2017

Q-Cord Retractable Barriers At Global Shop 2017

 
 
"Art Display Essentials has now entered the world of museum quality queue control with its innovative Q-Cord Retractable Barriers.  The Q-Cord Retractable Barriers are made in the USA and comply with the current 2010 ADA restrictions.  Our patented design is being adopted by many museums, retail establishments, and institutions all over the country because of its simplicity of design and operation.  With its convenient setup and beautiful exterior, it creates a flexible and aesthetically pleasing queuing area in your space."

 Q-Cord, the fine line between form and function.

You can find more information on the Q-Cord Barriers here: www.q-cord.com


Wednesday, April 19, 2017


 

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Mask Stand


Masks made in the 1970's in Liberia.
Mask Artifact Display Stand Holder TA-127B mask not https://t.co/9PwK5fyE6D via @Etsy
— Eloise W (@liveartloud1031) April 18, 2017

Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum

Essentials Barriers protecting an automobile exhibit in the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum. https://t.co/sMektKcQns https://t.co/pGldd3JDES
— Eloise W (@liveartloud1031) April 18, 2017

Monday, April 17, 2017

African Mask Display

 
Two African Masks made in Liberia in the 1970's, displayed on a large T-Arm.

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Wednesday, April 5, 2017


 
These very popular decorative brass easels are solid brass and their pegs fold inward so they can be stored flat. The chrome finished version is very similar to the brass version, except it is chrome plated.

Solid Brass Construction
• Other sizes available
• Great for art, pictures, plates and other collector's items
• More info and other sizes at http://www.easelsbyamron.com
• More info at http://decorativeeasel.net/

Dimensions: approx: 6.75 inches high x 4 inches wide x 5 inches deep
Peg Depth = .75 inches.
Height of Pegs .5 inches x Width at Pegs 3.75 inches

Testimonial:


"These are the best quality easel that I have ever seen! They are very substantial solid brass. I will never have to worry that they will tip over. These are worth every penny of the purchase price!!! Seller responded with answer to my question with lightning speed and delivery was nearly as fast! Do not hesitate to order from this seller!!!" - John S. MO

Spider Mount Display Armature Stand

                                                Spider Mount Display Armature Stand

Spider mounts, can be used for displaying and holding a variety of artifacts and figurines like ancient Biblical oil lamps, Heredian oil lamps, terra cotta oil lamps, Byzantine oil lamps, Coreform glass, small bronzes, Roman glass, Greek bronze figurines, Faience glass, Mycenaean figures, small Mezcala figures, Colima artifacts, Mayan gold figures, Aztec gold and artifacts, Chavin art, Moche figures, Quimbaya gold artifacts, Pre Columbian gold figures, small Inuit figures, Indian arrowheads, Chinese Tang, Ming, Ching dynasty art and small jade Chinese Bi's, Nordic artifacts, Japanese Tsubas, and artifacts, amulets, ancient coins, small terracotta vessels or bowls, tobacco pipes, small skulls, seashells, and pocket watches.
Mounting art work can increase its value and make it more presentable to the viewer.