For over thirty years, Miguel Saco has been serving an international clientele that includes many distinguished architects and interior designers, important private collectors, as well as a host of dealers, whose interests collectively range from the 18th century to the present. Many of the pieces that have been conserved in the Saco shop now grace museums across the United States.

Albert Sack testimonial

Alan Wanzenberg Design

Alexia Leuschen

Amy Lau Design

Atelier AM

Barbara E. Deisroth, LLC

Brant enterprises / Peter Brant

Barry Friedman Gallery

Brent Harris Collection

Charles Clark Antiques

Christie’s Auction House

Cristina Grajales

Courtney Ross /The Ross Collection

Carolegan Design

Daniella Luxembourg

Diane Von Furstenberg

DeLorenzo Gallery

Demisch Danant Gallery

Dominique Levy & Dorothy Berwin

Edgar Bronfman Jr.

Friedman Benda Gallery

Galerie Patrick Seguin, Paris

Geoffrey Diner Gallery

Gladstone Gallery

Noam Gottesman Collection

Hirschl & Adler Galleries

Ian Schrager

Israel Englander

Jack Lenor Larsen

Jeff Koon

Joseph Allen

Julie Hillman Design

Jousse Enterprice, Paris

P. Molyneux Studio

L’Arc en Seine, Paris


Larry Gagosian

Luhrin Dagustine Gallery

Ronald Perelman

Manolo Valdés

MR Architects

Michael & Tara Rockefeller

Michael Maharan

Michelle Andrews

Natalie de Gunzberg

Paula Cooper

Peter Marino Architect

Phillips Auction House

Phillip Milstein

Pierre Lagrange

Robert Stilin, LLC

Selldorf Architects

Skarstedt Gallery

Sonnabend 20th Century Collection

Sotheby’s Auction House

Steven Guttman

Stephen Kelly / Kelly Gallery

Studio Sofield

Swid Foundation

Thad Hayes Design

Tom & Alice Tisch

Tom & Daphne Kaplan

Van de Weghe Gallery

Wright Auction House

Museum Collections housing pieces
restored by Miguel Saco

Art Institute of Chicago

Manitoga The Russell Wright Design Center

Metropolitan Museum of Art

Royal Palace of Madrid, Spain

The Frick collection

Vassar College Collection

Palacio Linares, Madrid, Spain