Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show Spans 7 Days

The 13th Annual Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show, which previously was a five-day event, has expanded to a weeklong festival, taking place at the Palm Beach County Convention Center from Wednesday, Feb. 10 through Tuesday, Feb. 16, including Presidents Day weekend.

Hosted by the Palm Beach Show Group, the show will feature more than 170 international exhibitors, a lecture series and the popular Designer Showcase.

The show has become known for bringing thousands of works of art and antiquities to the area. They come from domestic and international galleries, including Berwald Oriental Art, Butchoff Antiques, Clinton Howell Antiques, David Brooker Fine Art, Georg Jensen, Peter Walk Gallery, Long-Sharp Gallery, M.S. Rau Antiques, Macklowe Gallery, Mallett, Michael Goedhuis, Newel, Philip Chasen Antiques, Priestley & Ferraro, Richard Green Galleries, Richters, Thomas Colville Fine Art, Toulouse Antique Gallery, Trinity House Paintings, Vellejo Gallery, Waterhouse & Dodd, Wick Antiques and Willow Gallery.

Fabulous antique and estate jewels from many of the world’s elite jewelers will also be part of the show, including some from Suzanne Syz Art Jewels, Pat Saling, Fred Leighton, Charamonde Jewelry, Moira Fine Jewellery, Raymond Lee Jewelers and Yafa Signed Jewelry.

The Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show boasts an enviable selection of antiquities and, upon its return, will draw tens of thousands of private collectors, museum curators, investors and interior designers who are eager to view and purchase some of the most unique and coveted treasures in the world.

The show will kick off with a VIP Opening Night Preview Party on Wednesday, Feb. 10. This exclusive preview has consistently drawn some of the most notable members of Palm Beach society who love art, including curators, dignitaries and collectors. The evening provides a first look at the show’s offerings before they are available to the public.

Items at the show will span every genre, juxtaposing many periods and movements. Visitors will have the opportunity to view and purchase fine art and to view some of the world’s finest collections of silver, glass, textiles, sculpture, porcelain, Asian art, furniture, antique and estate jewelry, and more.

The 2016 show returns with an impressive list of leading international galleries, many of which will bring works never before seen here.

With an emphasis on design, the show will also feature the 2016 Designer Showcase, curated by renowned interior designer Campion Platt. The Designer Showcase will feature the designs of Platt and five other leading interior designers, each creating room vignettes utilizing the art, antiques and accessories from the exhibitors in the show.

Adding to the show’s cultural experience, it will include its annual educational lecture series, which is free and open to the public. The lecture series will include presentations on a wide array of topics, such as the art of appraising, the new cultural revolution in China, and wallpaper decors in historic and contemporary settings.

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