The Decorative Arts Society

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The Decorative Arts Society (DAS) is a charitable society based in the United Kingdom. It was founded in 1975 with the aim of encouraging the appreciation and study of architecture, the applied arts, and interior design in Europe and Americas from 1850 onwards.[1] The society organises events in the UK, international tours, study days, conferences. A newsletter is published three times each year and there is an annual journal publication, The Journal of The Decorative Arts Society.

The Chairman is The Rt Hon. Lord Briggs of Lewes.[2]


  1. ^ Decorative Arts Society 1850 to the present, Intute, UK.
  2. ^ About DAS, The Decorative Arts Society, UK.

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