Diplomatic Reception Rooms

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Robert Kogod Goldman has made it his goal to help the Office of Fine Arts build the world’s finest collection of export porcelain made for the American market.
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Recently Gifted Objects

Our collection has continued to expand each year through generous contributions of artworks and objects.

Zia Hand-Painted Polychrome Earthenware Olla

Federal Inlaid Mahogany Sideboard

Chinese Export Porcelain Soup Plate made for John Brown

Kiowa Apache Strike-a-Lite Pouch

Mount McKinley North 63 Latitude – Altitude 20.390 Feet

Chinese Export Porcelain Side Plate made for the Chew family of Philadelphia

One from a Pair of George III Colorless Cut-Glass Three-Light Wall Sconces

Four Pieces of Chinese Export Porcelain Orange Fitzhugh Made for Edward and Ann (Renshaw) Thomson

Chinese Export Porcelain Teabowl and Saucer From John Brown Francis'

Chinese Export Porcelain Green and Orange Fitzhugh Dinner Plate

Chinese Export Porcelain Black Fitzhugh Sauceboat Underplate

Zia Hand-Painted Polychrome Earthenware Olla
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Federal Inlaid Mahogany Sideboard
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Chinese Export Porcelain Soup Plate made for John Brown
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Kiowa Apache Strike-a-Lite Pouch
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Mount McKinley North 63 Latitude – Altitude 20.390 Feet
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Chinese Export Porcelain Side Plate made for the Chew family of Philadelphia
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One from a Pair of George III Colorless Cut-Glass Three-Light Wall Sconces
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Four Pieces of Chinese Export Porcelain Orange Fitzhugh Made for Edward and Ann (Renshaw) Thomson

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Chinese Export Porcelain Teabowl and Saucer From John Brown Francis'
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Chinese Export Porcelain Green and Orange Fitzhugh Dinner Plate
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Chinese Export Porcelain Black Fitzhugh Sauceboat Underplate
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