The Greenwich Decorative Arts Society ("the Society") was originally founded as the Greenwich Antiques Society in 1985. The purpose of the Society remains the same: to further the appreciation, knowledge and understanding of the fine and decorative arts. 


Sandra Brown with Members of the Board at our April lecture


Barbara Freeman’s Easter Tree

Arlene Tulacro with part of her Limoges collection


The Society stands out as a significant contributor to the cultural enrichment of the Tri-State Area. 

At the monthly meetings, world-class scholars, museum curators and authors present lectures and seminars on a wide variety of subjects. Engaging programs on the decorative and fine arts as well as cultural history and architecture are offered, in addition to enjoyable and educational trips.

The logo was adapted from an 18th century sugar caster made by silversmith Peter Van Dyke.