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In and Around the Mansion

When New York State purchased the Executive Mansion in 1877, books, kitchen utensils, decorative objects and some furniture were included in the sale. Some of these pieces are still there, including a beautiful suite of Renaissance Revival furniture in the Reception Hall, a Renaissance Revival Dining Room table and chairs, and several small classical sculptures. A set of Tiffany sterling silver inscribed with the New York State seal was purchased in 1912, and the trumpet vases, epergne and footed platters are still in use today. Although the Mansion does not have an art collection, it is filled with beautiful paintings and sculpture on loan through the generosity of New York’s finest museums.

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