Original Miami Antique Show slated for Feb. 10-13

View from above Original Miami Bach Antique Show

View from above The Original Miami Beach Antique Show, courtesy of Walton’s Antique and Estate Jewelry, a dealer at the show.

MIAMI, Fla. — On February 10-13, 2017, U.S. Antique Shows will host its annual Original Miami Antique Show.

Internationally recognized dealers showcasing items such as fine art, American and European silver will be present. In addition to those with antique and estate jewelry, and 17th-19th century furniture. Plus, people offering porcelain, will all descend on south Florida for this event.

“Our new location, in the Coral Gables area of Miami, will give us ample opportunity to preserve our standard of excellence, as well as further our commitment to providing in-depth education to both exhibitors and attendees,” said Dan Darby, Vice President of Emerald Expositions and General Manager of U.S. Antique Shows.

Jewelry History Series is opening act for Original Miami Antique Show

The comprehensive Jewelry History Series precedes The Original Miami Antique Show on February 8-9. This educational conference focuses on the history of jewelry during select time periods. It is open to retailers and appraisers and any collector interested in the history of jewelry.

Featuring world-renowned experts in their fields, this year’s jewelry sessions cover a wide-range of topics such as an overview of the vintage watch market, jewelry of American First Ladies, and the evolution of Louis Comfort Tiffany’s art jewelry.

Vintage canes

A display of vintage canes available from Matthew Bain, Inc., during The Original Miami Beach Antique Show. (Photo courtesy Matthew Bain, Inc.)

A highlight of the Original Miami Antique Show will take place Saturday, February 11. The annual complimentary appraisal day will take place in partnership with Skinner Auctioneers & Appraisers. From noon until 5 p.m., attendees with a valid ticket to the show will be provided with an unbiased, expert opinion of one collectible or antique, including a verbal estimated range of its fair, market value (no written valuations will be given).

The Original Miami Antique Show will be open Friday to Sunday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., and Monday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tickets are $20 for general admission, and $50 for VIP tickets; all tickets are valid for all four days of the show.

For more information, visit www.originalmiamibeachantiqueshow.com.

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