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Dalesandro, Laura

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Laura Dalesandro has had a 40-year love affair with all things antique.  Besides being a devotee of the artistry of the past, she is conscious of our dwindling natural resources and believes sharing art objects from the past is a wonderful way of conserving.  Laura was born in Chicago and attended college in Wisconsin.  Laura has owned and operated Isadora’s for the past 40 years, traveling the world, seeking out pieces of age and beauty.  Laura has appraised for the Henry Art Gallery and The Museum of History and Industry.
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