The Joy of Giving American Crafts

With eye-popping gifts from $5 – $50 – $500+ showcasing the work of both emerging and established artists, An American Craftsman has become a destination for both first-time buyers and seasoned collectors from around the world.

With a previous location on the Upper West Side and current locations at 1375 Sixth Avenue (between 55th and 56th streets) and in Lenox, MA, the shop offers an ever-changing collection of pieces made from wood, clay, fiber, metal, glass, leather and mixed media. Items range from unusual gifts to furniture, sculptures, glass, jewelry and beyond.

An American Craftsman was founded by Richard & Joanna Rothbard as an exhibition space for contemporary American artists in 1980, with its first location opening in Greenwich Village. Richard and Joanna are still the proprietors of the business, and Richard also happens to be the world’s foremost puzzle box maker.

Buckeye Man In The Moon Puzzle Box

Richard is now displaying his own puzzle boxes – which he sells under his Boxology brand – at An American Craftsman.

Richard Rothbard

This month, he’s offering a 10% holiday discount on his very special boxes, crafted from the most beautiful woods on earth. Richard also creates custom boxes … he can be reached at Richard@anamericancraftsman.com or via text at (845) 661-1221.

For those who take advantage of this special, he’s also offering an additional 10% discount on any other store purchase over $65.

An American Craftsman is open daily from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Learn more at anamericancraftsman.com or give the store a call at (845) 661-1221.

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