When I was introduced to Elaine Dillof at a party in the past spring, the friend who introduced us announced that he was bringing together two of his favorite women. This was a good start, and as he is reading it right now, I am sure it brings a big smile to his face. Together with her late husband Robert, Elaine has created one of the earliest, most important and comprehensive collections of American Arts & Crafts furniture, pottery, lighting and woodblock prints ever amassed. This major single-owner collection will be featured in an upcoming auction by Chicago-based Treadway Toomy Auctions on December 6th. Elaine Dillof's home in Croton Falls, NY is featured in the catalog of this highly important collection, an event to look up to.