19th Anniversary 92 www.afamag.com | w ww.incollect.com “Antiques resonate with history’s silent voices, and I often imagine their stories. The appeal resides in a heavily lacquered surface, in a patina only achievable with time; their very imperfections speak to me of character and life lived.” — from Rooms to Remember: The Classic Interiors of Suzanne Tucker facing page Tucker & Marks custom-designed the walnut cabinetry in a bleached and waxed finish incorporating a vintage 1930s Japanese screen, motorized to conceal the television. The ceiling fixture is an antique Swedish alabaster pendant light, circa 1910. Photo by Edward Addeo. The view into the dining room, crowned by a gilt Murano glass and brass chandelier Un Lustre en Verre , from Galerie Glustin, Paris. The painting is oil on canvas, Untitled Figure (2010), by Nathan Oliveira, a noted member of the Bay Area Figurative Artist group, from his Angel series. Photo by Edward Addeo.