The Mantiques Of Nicholas Brawer

by Chris Hershberger

The Mantiques Of Nicholas Brawer

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On East 72nd Street in New York, right next door to Ralph Lauren’s Rhinelander flagship emporium, rests the shop of Nicholas Brawer. Brawer offers an extremely refined selection of antiques geared towards men, especially those with sporting and military interests. Items rendered in silver, chrome and pewter is a specialty, as are World War II Japanese binoculars and vintage gas-powered model race cars.

I asked him to share some of the more stylish pieces he’s carried over the years, and he sent over this selection of beauties.

Horse 2

Suit of Armor 2

The-Boxer

Boat Front

Armorial Stag Table Lighter

Binoc 6 Front

NEW Shot 6

Rolls Royce 3

Muskets

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Delta Jet      Plane Final    Nike Hercules Missile

Masarati

Race Cars





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