Mallet Marilyn 1200 Bellevue Way NE, Bellevue, WA98004 Marilyn Mallet is an art dealer based in Bellevue. Mallet deals in contemporary art, including paitings, fabric art,…More ceramics and mixed media.
Japanese Art Swords 1776 136th Pl NE, Bellevue, WA98005 Japanese Art Swords features the area's most impressive gallery of Japanese Swords. Japanese Art Swords works with…More several other art galleries in the area including Bellevue Art Museum and Washington State University. Japanese Art Swords also provides polishing and restoration services for swords and can have a sword certified by NBTHK or Fujishiro in Japan. With over 50 combined years of experience, Tatsuhiko Konno and Stephen Colton are Japanese Sword experts and Mr. Konno is a certified polisher. Sword appraisal is also available.
Hallway Gallery 800 Bellevue Way NE, Bellevue, WA98004 The Hallway Gallery shows and sells works by painters and sculptors from around the region and the world. The Gallery is…More owned by husband and wife Amy Spassov and Erik Hall; both are artists whose work is on display in the space. All art in the bright, airy gallery is for sale, and there is no cost to view the work.
Brill Lee Antique & Fine Art Appraisals 244 Po Box, Bellevue, WA98009 Brill Lee Antique & Fine Art Appraisals is an independent appraiser of personal property. An accredited member of…More the International Society of Appraisers, Brill Lee is an expert in Native American art and has presented lectures on the topic to numerous groups. He has collected, bought and sold antiques, artifacts and fine art for more than 25 years. Brill Lee specializes in Native American Indian and Eskimo art, fine art, cowboy/western items, photography, art-glass lampshades, art pottery, vintage and modern firearms, railroad items and model railroad trains.
Rosalie Whyel Museum of Doll Art 1116 108th Ave NE, Bellevue, WA98004 The Rosalie Whyel Museum of Doll Art offers a unique collection of dolls from the past and present and from cultures…More around the world. Located in downtown Bellevue, the museum is open to the public and private groups seven days a week, and has on display dolls from hundreds of years ago on up to modern creations like G.I. Joe.