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Silk Roads Design Gallery Relocates

Dear Customers, We closed our 3800 square foot Gallery on La Brea Avenue in June, 2008 and have relocated a short drive away in the Mid-Wilshire area. We now operate online and by appointment and, therefore, are unable to stage the kind of events for which we were
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The Robb Report Collection, July 2006

Sacred Art: Bringing Buddha Home
by Jean Penn “BUDDHA HAS BECOME AN American pop icon” says Darrell Hallenbrook, a 35-year-old financial advisor with Morgan Stanley in Beverly Hills, Calif. As a practicing Zen Buddhist for more than a decade, Hallenbrook
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Architectual Digest, October 2005

Prized antique Buddhist devotional art remains the focus at the newly relocated Silk Roads Design Gallery in Los Angels, where a guanyin statue appoints the entrance of the templelike space. New to its holding are garden ornaments and contemporary gold Nepalese deities. "The
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Set Decor Summer, 2005

Known for their antique Buddhist art and artifacts, Silk Roads Design Gallery has moved to a new location that affords to also offer garden accessories, contemporary furniture and specialty teas and accessories from around the world. Nonetheless, magnificient sculptures such
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Art & Antiques, March 2005

Silk Roads Design Gallery works to bring the best of the East to the West(coast). A trip to the gallery is like stepping into another world--one full of spirituality, inspiration and harmony. You'll be in good hands with gallery co-owners Cari and Jon Markell, as both have a
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The Wealth Report

Asian and Asian- Inspired art has been among the most popularly sought after, as reflected in their pervasiveness in our culture. Eastern design elements have been seamlessly incorporated into the Western aesthetic creating a new ‘global design’ that is eclectic and
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Yogi Times, July/August 2004

Silk Roads Design Gallery, by Joe Strider Just across from the Bodhi Tree bookstore on Melrose Avenue is Silk Roads Design Gallery, a unique antique store that specializes in spiritual artwork. Most notably, it contains what is arguably the largest collection of auth
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WHERE Magazine, June 2000

Silk Roads Design Gallery specializes in Buddhist art from the ancient trade routes that snaked from India to China, Thailand, Burma, Laos and Cambodia. Jon and Cari Markell offer the largest collection of antique Buddhist devotional art outside of Asia. Traditionally, the c
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