Bianca Chen

Antique dealer

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Los Angeles is full of people buying and selling furniture and decorative arts. But one of the most respected - and incurable - is Joel Chen.

A life in objects, with LA antique dealer Joel Chen

Los Angeles is full of people buying and selling furniture and decorative arts. But one of the most respected - and incurable - is Joel Chen.

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