Elinoff Gallery

★★★★★
  • 204 W Colorado Ave

    Telluride, CO 81435

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  • 970-728-5566

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Telluride is the most beautiful ski town in America we enjoyed very much! We were able to shop our last day and we visit Elinoff gallery OMY... The gallery is amazing we love Diego Rivera watercolor piece. This store it is like a museum

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Telluride is the most beautiful ski town in America we enjoyed very much! We were able to shop our last day and we visit Elinoff gallery OMY... The gallery is amazing we love Diego Rivera watercolor piece. This store it is like a museum

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This Gallery has been issuing Bogus COA's for the Fine Art they sell since at least 2003. If you have bought any Fine Art from this gallery Please research the issuer of the Certificate on your Certificate of Authenticity! Mine was : Certificate of Authenticity , National Art Guild/ George Kopel. Sounds authentic doesn't it ! Well... it is Bogus! No such agency exists. No George Kopel as human either.
Do your own research. Good Luck!
This Gallery, Elinoff Gallery of Telluride, banked on my good faith, then issued me a worthless COA. For years I never doubted the work as i knew the litho to be authentic;However, it is the signature that is in question here and apparently forged. No doubt when you pay the kind of money I did for signed by the artist Fine Art, you want to trust the Dealer, especially in a town like Telluride and a store front as convincing as the Elinoff Gallery. But they grifted me good! Careful shopping here!

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This Gallery has been issuing Bogus COA's for the Fine Art they sell since at least 2003. If you have bought any Fine Art from this gallery Please research the issuer of the Certificate on your Certificate of Authenticity! Mine was : Certificate of Authenticity , National Art Guild/ George Kopel. Sounds authentic doesn't it ! Well... it is Bogus! No such agency exists. No George Kopel as human either.
Do your own research. Good Luck!
This Gallery, Elinoff Gallery of Telluride, banked on my good faith, then issued me a worthless COA. For years I never doubted the work as i knew the litho to be authentic;However, it is the signature that is in question here and apparently forged. No doubt when you pay the kind of money I did for signed by the artist Fine Art, you want to trust the Dealer, especially in a town like Telluride and a store front as convincing as the Elinoff Gallery. But they grifted me good! Careful shopping here!

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I bought 4 Chagall prints in 2003 and have since found the signatures on these prints to be potentially fake. The Certificates of Authenticity issued me are from the National Arts Guild and signed by George Kopel issued June 7th 1988 .

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I bought 4 Chagall prints in 2003 and have since found the signatures on these prints to be potentially fake. The Certificates of Authenticity issued me are from the National Arts Guild and signed by George Kopel issued June 7th 1988 .

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The Elinoff has the nicest exhibit of fine art we've seen since traveling about the US and Europe. European masters include the big names. The kind of stuff you usually see only in museums.

The jewelry collection contains pink diamond jewelry, yellow diamonds, chopard watches and one-of-a-kind stuff. Designer brands and some affordable stuff, too. Ask to speak with Deane when you're there. He owns the store with Neal, who I believe are co-owners. Deane is knowledgeable and is always there. Neal is really helpful and seems to know everybody in the jewelry business, or they know him. They have a great, local reputation because we've asked around a lot. But most of their business I'm told comes from out-of-towners. I believe it cause it's not the stuff of ski bums!

We saw original Warhols, Picasso's, Degas, Klimpt and more than that! We bought a fantastic Chagall done in 1921 that was a "bon-a-tire" lithograph.

We would buy jewelry there but I have a jeweler already. But if he dies or retires, we'll start buying with Elinoff. They are incredible.

Highly recommended!

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★★★★★

The Elinoff has the nicest exhibit of fine art we've seen since traveling about the US and Europe. European masters include the big names. The kind of stuff you usually see only in museums.

The jewelry collection contains pink diamond jewelry, yellow diamonds, chopard watches and one-of-a-kind stuff. Designer brands and some affordable stuff, too. Ask to speak with Deane when you're there. He owns the store with Neal, who I believe are co-owners. Deane is knowledgeable and is always there. Neal is really helpful and seems to know everybody in the jewelry business, or they know him. They have a great, local reputation because we've asked around a lot. But most of their business I'm told comes from out-of-towners. I believe it cause it's not the stuff of ski bums!

We saw original Warhols, Picasso's, Degas, Klimpt and more than that! We bought a fantastic Chagall done in 1921 that was a "bon-a-tire" lithograph.

We would buy jewelry there but I have a jeweler already. But if he dies or retires, we'll start buying with Elinoff. They are incredible.

Highly recommended!

Pros: Better than London, NY or LA. The best gallery anywhere

Cons: out of the way, but worth the trip

 

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