Titi Halle


Cora Ginsburg, LLC
New York, NY
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Titi Halle is owner and director of the firm Cora Ginsburg LLC. She has worked in the field of antique costume and textiles for over 25 years. She is a former vice president of the National Antique and Art Dealers Association of America, a member of the Centre International d'Etudes des Textiles Anciens, the Costume Society of America, and the Textile Society of America.

Ms. Halle has appeared as a textile expert on Antiques Roadshow, and has lectured at the Detroit Institute of Art, the 53rd Annual Colonial Williamsburg Antiques Forum, and at various other museums and historical societies. She is on the Textile Vetting Committees for the Grosvenor House Antique Fair, the Olympia Fine Art and Antiques Fair and the Hali Fair in London, the European Fine Art Fair in Maastricht, The Netherlands, and the International Fine Art and Antiques Fair, the Winter Antiques Show, and the Asian Art Fair in New York. For the past 12 years, Ms. Halle has organized and published the annual catalogue for Cora Ginsburg LLC, featuring rare costume, textiles and needlework.

The Cora Ginsburg Gallery is located at 19 East 74th Street in New York City. The gallery is open Monday through Friday, by appointment.

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