A world-class trove of treasures showcased at 6th annual Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show

The Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show is an annual event held each Presidents' Day weekend at the Palm Beach County Convention Center in West Palm Beach. The show features 200 of the world's top tier exhibitors with fine collections of antiques, art and jewelry.

With aisles of pure white carpet, plush furnishings, first-class amenities and fragrant floral décor, the Palm Beach Show Group, the nation’s leading producer of art and antique shows, will make no concessions in order to provide optimum comfort and a welcoming atmosphere for guests and dealers during the 6th annual Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show.

Over 50,000 guests from around the world will attend the Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show at the Palm Beach County Convention Center in West Palm Beach, Fla., this upcoming President’s Day weekend, Feb. 13-17, 2009, to browse the collections of over 200 premiere international jewelry, art and antique dealers including A.E. Betteridge, Camilla Dietz Bergeron Ltd, Hancocks, William Cook, T.K. Asian Antiquities, Hyland Granby Antiques, Ralph M. Chait Galleries of New York, Thomas Colville Fine Art, Hammer Galleries, Lillian Nassau LLC and many more. Collections will span every genre including fine art, silver, jewelry, furniture, textiles, glass, porcelain, Asian, carpets, decorative accessories and more ranging from the early 20th century to the antiquities.

“The Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show is really a show for the person looking to attain some of the most beautiful, unique items in the world.  Our dealers travel the world to find special pieces specifically with this show and our guests in mind,” comments Kris Charamonde, managing partner of the Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show and co-owner of the Palm Beach Show Group. “The selection, quality and variety featured at the show is unparalleled.”

The beautiful accommodations, high-end dealers and museum-quality items are only a sampling of all the Palm Beach show has to offer.  The show also features an opening night preview party to benefit the Historical Society of Palm Beach County and an educational lecture series throughout the week.  Guests at the lectures can enjoy some of the World’s most acclaimed dealers and industry experts, all speaking on varied topics relating to antiques, jewelry and fine art including “Tiffany Style: 170 Years of Design” by John Loring, Design Director of Tiffany & Co. and “The Art & Passion of the Italian Renaissance” with Contessa Maria Vittoria Colonna Rimbotti, President of Amici degli Uffizi and Friends of the Uffizi Gallery, USA.

“Fabulous show, the finest I have seen in terms of attendance in my career.  The number of serious collectors was amazing.  The Palm Beach Show Group has really figured it out and put the show on the map,” states Alan Granby of Hyland Granby Antiques in Hyannis Port, Mass.

For more information about the Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show, please visit www.palmbeachshow.com or call 561-822-5440.

More Images:

Dealer: A.B. Levy Location: Palm Beach, FL Description: A Louis XVI Style Gilt-Bronze Mounted Kingwood and Satine veneered meuble a Hauteur D' Appui, Paris, circa 1905.
Dealer: Questroyal Fine Art LLC Location: New York, NY Description: Oil on canvas work by Hermann Herzog (1831-1932) titled "Florida Landscape."
Dealer: Spencer Marks Ltd. Location: Southampton, MA Description: A French silverplate cocktail service by Jean Désprès, the most important French artisan silversmith working during the mid-20th century, circa 1960.
Dealer: Lillian Nassau, LLC Location: New York, NY Description: Tiffany leaded glass blue dragonfly lamp, circa 1905

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