Enrique J. Goytizolo came from Lima, Peru in 1967 to study at the New York School of Interior Design. After graduation in 1970, he co-founded Goytizolo and Kastner Antiques, at 1157 Second Avenue N.Y.C. Inspired by his preference for British design and history, Mr. Goytizolo then established Georgian Manor Antiques at 305 East 61st Street N.Y.C.
In 1996, the firm moved to it’s current location at 29 Center Street in the historic village of Fairhaven, Massachusetts. Since the beginning, the firm has specialized in period English furniture and related accessories of decorative beauty and refined scale suitable for apartments and smaller houses.
A hallmark of the firm is its utmost regard for aesthetic, quality, and authenticity. Georgian Manor Antiques is open only by appointment and participates in prestigious charity antique shows throughout the country. A board member of NAADAA (The National Antiques And Art Dealer Association of America), Enrique J. Goytizolo serves on the vetting, dealer and advisory committees for several premier antique shows and organizations.
Enrique Goytizolo and Georgian Manor Antiques have been featured in many magazines and newspapers throughout the years including this recent cover story in SOCO Magazine: