The inaugural D.C. Spring Antiques Show, the largest show of its kind in the nation’s capital, is pleased to open its doors at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, March 6-9, 2009, with incredible selections of fine art, jewelry and antiques from more than 300 international dealers. An educational lecture series enhances the show experience and will feature renowned experts and published authors in the jewelry, art, and antique industry.
The lecture series, which is a hallmark of all Palm Beach Show Group antique shows, will afford art, jewelry and antique aficionados the opportunity to view and purchase from the extensive collections of over 300 international exhibitors and attend lectures presented by an all-star line-up of knowledgeable and respected speakers on a variety of topics such as: “Collecting Old Glory” with Jeff Bridgman of Jeff R. Bridgman American Antiques; “Dining in Style with Georg Jensen Silver” with Janet Drucker of Drucker Antiques; and “A Journey of Artistic Splendor: 20th Century Jewelry Design” with Gus Davis of Camilla Dietz Bergeron Ltd.
“The goal of the lecture series which is open to the public and exhibitors a like, is to provide an environment that fosters the understanding and appreciation of art and antiques. We believe the lecture series is the perfect platform and is always well received by our guests,” said Scott Diament, COO and co-owner of the Palm Beach Show Group.
The lecture series is free and open to the general public. Individual lectures take place twice daily at 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. and run Friday, March 6 through Monday, March 9.
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