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        Welcome to Treasure King Museum  where we offer your acquisition extraordinary artifacts acquired from renown landmarks worldwide that will add a touch of elegance to your home or business. Since 1976, we have been providing customers and

 feature films with unique products from all over the world. Our founder, Richie Marcello A.K.A. TREASURE KING has traveled the globe to source the finest pieces, and we continue to uphold his legacy by offering exceptional items that are sure to impress. Browse our collection online or visit us in person. We look forward to helping you find the perfect decor for your space.                                                    

Pop Culture

Glass works

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         Welcome to

             Treasure King Museum


     A lifetime collection discovering and uncovering some of the most extra ordinary

& historical treasures from around the world

from the halls and walls of great palaces, chateaus, castles, cathedarels and famous landmarks from around the world ....from the great french king louis xiv paneled room, monumental artifacts from the whealthiest industrialist of the golden gilded age to the iconic hollywood memorabilia and rare modern pop culture art.


Please browse our Museum collection of irreplacable artifacts...

if you have any question do not hesitate to contact the Treasure Kings Team



                  SINCE 1976 founder R.M./TK 

Architectural Archive has acquired one of the largest collections of extraordinary treasures  from renown landmarks. Palaces, Castles, Mansions and cathederals. a lifetime worldwide Treasure Hunt, searching the globe with  a concerning eye for excellence, he has collected samples of outstanding cabinet makers such as Francious Linke, Christian & Gustave Herter, Pottier Stymus Valentino Besarel, Luigi Frullinni


  World Class 17th to 20th century. foundries and Artist such as Barbediene Caldwell Co., A.Carrier, and many other leading  Using original castings from the halls of Versailles to The Great American Gilded Age to mid century lighting.    Magnificent original period Masterpieces  of the finest Furniture, Bronze and glasswork worldwide  for your acquisition of the original or a quality museum recreation of the original using the origingal molds.

A product of the United States


 R.M./TK has compiled a lifetime collection of extraordinary opalescent leaded glass from the "The Great American Gilded Age".  Currently holding one of the largest collections of Louis Comfort Tiffany and Opalescent leaded art glass. by leading glass Makers John La Farge, Maitland Armstrong, Lamb Sudios, Rudy Bros Pittsburg . Mary Tillinghast, Joseph Lauber, 3rd street Cinncinatti some who once worked for Tiffany and opened their own Stained Glass studios of the gilded age,
R.M./TK has supplied over 250 amazing leaded art glass windows to Museums   many of the country's outstanding works of this great era.



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       lighting collection offers you the most extraordinary museum-quality lighting available today. Our lighting has graced the most iconic landmarks in the world,  we offer our clients both the original fixtures or a high-quality museum recreations. made from the original mold. 3456


Please browse our lighting collection.....

if you have any question do not hesitate to contact us 





is a movement that emerged in the mid-to-late 1950s in both the United States and the United Kingdom. Emerging in the mid 1950s in Britain and late 1950s in America, pop art reached its peak in the 1960s. By using imagery from popular art and mass cultures, such as advertisements, comic books, and commonplace mass produced objects, the movement challenged high art traditions. Its use of popular culture imagery in art emphasizes any culture’s banal or kitschy aspects, most frequently via irony. It is also connected to the artists’ mechanical replication or rendering methods. In pop art, elements are occasionally visibly removed from their familiar context, isolated, or merged.
Louis Comfort Tiffany 

     After Tiffany had formed a partnership with Colman, Lockwood DeForest, and Candace Wheeler, and after having incorporated the interior decorating firm of L.C. Tiffany & Associated Artists, a desire to concentrate on art in glass led Tiffany to choose to establish his own glassmaking firm. The first Tiffany Glass Company was incorporated on December 1, 1885. It became the Tiffany Glass & Decorating Company in 1892, and the Tiffany Studios in 1900. He had used commercial glass houses for 19 years to supply his Manhattan showroom and clients, but wanted to be fully in charge of production and design security. Finally, in 1892 he founded his own glassworks, the Louis C. Tiffany Furnaces in Corona Queens. As a youth Tiffany had attended the Flushing Institute, on Roosevelt Avenue between Main and Union Streets, where the North Shore bus terminal now sits. Tiffany was keenly aware of the area's potential and for his furnaces to succeed, he needed to hire the town's pool of experienced immigrant workers, who were then mostly Italian, German, and Irish." Tiffany experimented with glass. Sand for glassmaking was abundantly available at nearby Oyster Bay. Tiffany would eventually oversee two hundred artisans. Among them, Clara Driscoll, whose dragonfly lamp won a prize in the 1900 Paris Exposition, was by 1904 one of the highest paid women in the world. Even some of Tiffany's artists were foreigners, such as Venetian-born Andrea Boldini, and both Englishmen Joseph Briggs and Arthur J. Nash.




TK MUSEUM  extraordinary palatial artifacts for Palaces, Hotels, casino, restaurants, large mansions or your beautiful home.

We always satisfy our clients

If you have any questions do not hesitate to contact us directly.

R. Marcello  818-917-0355

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Bronze winged griffin clock: a historical recast of a monumental walnut and rosewood Herter bros overmantel palace clock. (6ft. h) 

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