Archive for January, 2014

WINTER ANTIQUES SHOW DIAMOND JUBILEE EXHIBITION

. January 24, 2014

Diamonds from the world’s most renowned jewelry firms and Queen Victoria’s tiara are featured in a special exhibition celebrating the 60th year Diamond Jubilee of the Winter Antiques Show from January 24-February 2, 2014 at the Park Avenue Armory in New York City. In an unprecedented collaboration, extraordinary jewels from Graff Diamonds, Chanel, Tiffany & […]

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Winter Antiques Show and Design announce inaugural 1stdibs Design Friday

. January 23, 2014

The 2014 Winter Antiques Show and Design Sponsor 1stdibs present the inaugural 1stdibs Design Friday on Friday, on January 24, 2014.This day of design inspiration will feature lectures and book signings by luxury lifestyle visionary Aerin Lauder, interior designer and author Sandra Nunnerley, and new Winter Antiques Show exhibitor Zesty Meyers of R & Company, […]

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METRO Show opens January 22

. January 15, 2014

With its amalgam of disciplines, The METRO Show strikes a harmonious balance of subject matter from historic to contemporary. Here are some examples of how the dealers have embraced METRO Curates: Employing the theme, Compelled by the Forces of Nature, Michael Klein Arts from Sharon Springs, New York presents paintings by a group of artists […]

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Original Miami Beach Antique Show Hosts Two Distinctive Events

. January 7, 2014

U.S. Antique Shows, the world’s leading producer of indoor antique shows, plans to host two special events at this year’s Original Miami Beach Antique Show to enhance the attendees’ shopping experience. Have a treasure or family heirloom to be appraised? On Saturday, Feb. 1 from 12-6 p.m., The Original Miami Beach Antique Show, in partnership […]

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Tea Jar “Chigusa” To Be Displayed at the Sackler Gallery

. January 7, 2014

The story of Chigusa is the remarkable tale of how an ordinary Chinese storage jar, over the course of several centuries and generations of connoisseurs, rose to become one of the most revered objects of Japan’s chanoyu, or “art of tea.” On view Feb. 22–July 27 at the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, “Chigusa and the […]

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