Mary Jeanne Kneen, head of Nymphenburg Store USA and Au Coin Du Feu (a source for antique fireplace surrounds and accessories) has renamed her operation Kneen & Co. and has expanded her offerings. In addition to Nymphenburg and the fireplaces, she’s now carrying Lobmeyr crystal, James Robinson sterling silver, and bespoke and boxed stationery from The Printery. To celebrate her new venture, Kneen is planning events in her River North showroom this fall. The first is a trunk show featuring The Printery stationery and cards on September 30.

—JAN PARR

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Introducing Kneen & Co.

 

Mary Jeanne Kneen, head of Nymphenburg Store USA and Au Coin Du Feu (a source for antique fireplace surrounds and accessories) has renamed her operation Kneen & Co. and has expanded her offerings. In addition to Nymphenburg and the fireplaces, she’s now carrying Lobmeyr crystal, James Robinson sterling silver, and bespoke and boxed stationery from The Printery. To celebrate her new venture, Kneen is planning events in her River North showroom this fall. The first is a trunk show featuring The Printery stationery and cards on September 30.

Photo courtesy Pathway Creative 

 

Mary Jeanne Kneen, head of Nymphenburg Store USA and Au Coin Du Feu (a source for antique fireplace surrounds and accessories) has renamed her operation Kneen & Co. and has expanded her offerings. In addition to Nymphenburg and the fireplaces, she’s now carrying Lobmeyr crystal, James Robinson sterling silver, and bespoke and boxed stationery from The Printery. To celebrate her new venture, Kneen is planning events in her River North showroom this fall. The first is a trunk show featuring The Printery stationery and cards on September 30.

Photo courtesy Pathway Creative 

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