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Patrick Dragonette

Patrick Dragonette
Patrick
Dragonette
Patrick Dragonette
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Glamour to Go

Patrick Dragonette established his LA showroom in 1996 after an earlier foray onto the stage. "I attended theater school in New York and thought I'd be an actor," says Dragonette, "but I have always been drawn to antiques and design." He has recently added vintage jewelry to the mix. “I have always enjoyed the hunt for great statement pieces and appreciate the craftsmanship that goes into them,” he says. The only downside? "Sometimes women get lost in the jewelry. They forget that they are shopping for their homes.”

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