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Antiques & the Arts Weekly – Baltimore Summer Show Presents Quantity And Quality

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Presents Quantity And Quality

SEPTEMBER 6, 2016

Visitors walked through the show on opening day.

Review and Photos by Greg Smith

BALTIMORE, MD. — The Baltimore Art, Antique and Jewelry Show celebrated its 36th anniversary in pronounced style as it sprawled across the hundreds of thousands of square feet on the bottom floor of the Baltimore Convention Center. The August 25–28 show is ideally settled between Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington, D.C., and represents a mainstay in Maryland’s largest city that people travel distances to see and shop at. More than 400 dealers came to present the mid-Atlantic with a truly impressive array of objects that spanned more than 3,000 years of creation and hit on every major artistic and collecting category that exists.

Scott Diament, president and CEO of

Palm Beach Show Group, on the show floor.

“There is nowhere else in the world, at this time, that you can see this variety of items,” said Scott Diament, president and chief executive officer of the Palm Beach Show Group and show manager. “We have fascinating, artistic and historical art objects that you can buy and learn about. That’s a cultural experience, an entertaining experience and an economic experience.”

The show was dazzling. A sharp, geometric concrete ceiling stood over the endless rows of dealers who displayed shining jewels, glistening finished hardwood furniture, polished and detailed silver and high-end artworks. Plush carpets underfoot eased the heels of the traveled shoppers who walked between miles of rows in search of the pieces they could not live without. As the gates opened at noon on Thursday, hundreds of people poured through, some in a walking pace that would put New Yorkers to shame. Dealers stood by readily as the hands started to enter cases, pieces were brought out for inspection and receipts were written up.

Diament walked around the convention center on Facebook Live before the opening of the show, giving his followers a sneak peek at some of the booths on the main drag. The man is a seasoned veteran of the trade, having been a dealer in jewelry since 1993. The Palm Beach Show Group runs ten quality shows throughout the year that scatter themselves down the Eastern seaboard, in addition to one West Coast show in Los Angeles.

Philip Chasen Antiques, East Norwich, N.Y.

At the heart of the show is an expansive diversity of material that shines when hundreds of quality dealers are brought together under the same roof. “Within each subject matter, call it silver boxes, you could find 30 dealers who sell silver boxes. That’s very different from going to a street with a few antiques dealers where you might see a silver box,” said Diament. “How are you going to compare that with all the other silver boxes on offer at that point? If you come to [the show], you can.”

There was no shortage of jewelry in Baltimore, as glass cases sparkled under bright lights from nearly every angle. D.K. Bressler & Co., New York City, showcased a stunning Eighteenth Century Italian bracelet of 18K gold, fancy sapphires, emeralds, rubies and turquoise. The piece was originally owned by a member of the Italian high court. Melidam Enterprises, Argentina, exhibited a tray of 30-plus Victorian rings among other fine pieces of designer jewelry. The rings featured topaz, rubies and rough-cut diamonds.

Delicate and finely worked silver pieces graced a good many booths at the show and covered a wide range of styles. Sandra J. Whitson, Lititz, Penn., had multiple cases containing hundreds of silver napkin rings of every imaginable form, from animals and figures across nationalities to erotica and soldiers. Richard Hatch Antiques, Flat Rock, N.C., carried a fine sterling repoussé George Webb tea set with floral decoration punched throughout the body. Webb was a Baltimore maker. Nelson & Nelson Antiques, New York City, displayed a large American sterling silver sleigh with fantasy figures at the helm and scroll work and lattice on all sides. The piece weighed 93 troy ounces and stood 13 inches high.

M.S. Rau Antiques, New Orleans

There were plenty of ceramics and glass to be found in various shapes, colors and sizes by renowned makers throughout the world. Philip Chasen Antiques, East Norwich, N.Y., showed a lively selection of lamps and vases by American and French makers. The dealer’s booth, located in a corner of the show, glowed from afar from the colorful and dim light of Louis Comfort Tiffany lamps. Antique Associates of Connecticut, North Haven, brought along a petite iridescent Quezal vase with ribbed body and flared edges. Pascoe & Company, North Miami, Fla., a specialist in Royal Doulton, displayed rows of figural heads by the maker that spanned politicians to entertainers, including Elvis.

If buyers were looking for unique historical objects, they would have been in good company in Baltimore. From Gotta Have It!, New York City, came an 18K gold, enameled and diamond-studded pocket watch purchased by Abraham Lincoln for his wife, Mary Todd, to be given to her on their wedding day. An argument on their wedding day prevented the two from being wed, so shortly after he gave it to another woman, though he still married Todd a year later. Mary Todd never received the pocket watch.

AxeAntiques, Denver, N.C.

Around the corner in the booth of AxeAntiques, Charlotte, N.C., was a selection of Civil War-era revolvers, one being an engraved silver-plated and gold washed officer’s Perrin revolver. The US government ordered 1,000 of these revolvers in 1861, but only received 550. The revolver showed detailed foliate and scene engravings over 80 percent of its body.

Fine Art could be found throughout the show, with listed artists spanning centuries. In the booth of Rehs Galleries, New York City, buyers were presented with quality works that included a sailboat still life with an Irish flag draped in the background by Todd Casey, an American farm scene from Ben Bauer and a stormy cityscape with blowing American flags by Mark Daley. New Orleans dealer, M.S. Rau Antiques, brought along a selection of museum-quality works from Monet, Le Basque, Toulouse-Lautrec, Wesselmann and others. The outfit also exhibited a circa 1840 Italian pietre dure jewelry casket on stand with gilt-bronze casing.

This year marked the inaugural year of the Baltimore Fine Craft Show that coincided with the antiques show on the same floor. The show exhibited contemporary craft artists from throughout the United States working in metal, textiles and wood. Riffing off its recent purchase of the Palm Beach Fine Craft Show earlier this year, the show group saw an opportunity to expand the fine craft element into Baltimore. Diament said, “There’s a lot of tie-in and crossover between a collector that wants something of a classical nature and something that’s contemporary. Having a fine craft show where you have the actual artists who produced what will, one day, be considered the antiques or the historical art objects of the future completes the whole collecting picture.”

The show will be back in the Baltimore Convention Center in August of next year.

For additional information, www.baltimoresummershow.com or 561-822-5440.

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InCollect – The Baltimore Art, Antique & Jewelry Show To Debut A New Craft Component

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InCollect – The Baltimore Art, Antique & Jewelry Show To Debut A New Craft Component

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The Baltimore Art, Antique & Jewelry Show may be celebrating its thirty-sixth year, but that doesn’t mean innovation has fallen by the wayside. Held August 25-28, 2016, at the Baltimore Convention Center, this year’s fair will feature an exciting new fine craft component. The Baltimore Fine Craft Show, collocated with the Baltimore Art, Antique & Jewelry Show, will feature spectacular, one-of-a-kind objects, including jewelry, ceramics, and sculpture, from a juried exhibition of artists.

Scott Diament, CEO of the Palm Beach Show Group, which produces both events, says, “If you read about what’s going on in the industry today, fine craft and design are at the cutting-edge and will remain so through 2017, 2018, 2019, and beyond. [Producing a craft show] seemed like a no brainer. . . and the fact that it’s a juried show will ensure that the work being shown is of the highest quality.” Jurors include Lloyd Herman, Founding Director of the Renwick Gallery in Washington, D.C., Jane Milosch Director of the Smithsonian Provenance Initiative, and Michael Monroe, Director Emeritus of the Bellevue Arts Museum in Washington.

The Baltimore Art, Antique & Jewelry Show will continue to present an exquisite selection of furniture, fine art, Americana, dazzling antique and estate jewelry, and more, from over 400 leading dealers. Among this year’s exhibitors are Spencer Marks, Jacob’s Diamond & Estate Jewelry, and Camilla Dietz Bergeron. Highlights include a stunning harbor scene by the British maritime artist, John Stobart, from Rehs Galleries,  an 18k yellow gold and white enamel bangle by David Webb from Benchmark of Palm Beach, and a sleek, sculptural Georg Jensen sterling silver pitcher designed by Johan Rohde in the 1920s, which is being offered by Drucker Antiques.

This year’s Baltimore Show will also include a brand new series of booth talks that will touch on a range of subjects. The program will begin on Friday, August 26, with a discussion about the Danish silversmith, Georg Jensen, in Drucker Antiques’ booth. Dealers William and Janet Drucker will explore Jensen’s various cutlery patterns, which were the result of the work of Jensen himself in collaboration with other outstanding artists of the time. Janet Drucker will also host a signing of her book, Georg Jensen: A Tradition of Splendid Silver, 2nd Edition.

Click here for more information about the Baltimore Art, Antique & Jewelry Show and the Baltimore Fine Craft Show.

This Highlight was originally published in the Autumn 2016 issue of Antiques & Fine Art magazine, a digitized version of which is available at afamag.com. AFA is affiliated with Incollect.

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ARTCENTRON – Baltimore Art, Antique & Jewelry Show Returns Anew

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Baltimore Art, Antique & Jewelry Show Returns Anew

Meadows Near Hartford, an oil on canvas painting by  James Godwin McManus, is one of the paintings guests will see at  the Baltimore Art, Antique & Jewelry Show. Image: Bellus Fine Art

ART NEWS: New Exciting Sections Added to the Baltimore Art, Antique & Jewelry Show Will Attract Collectors and Art Lovers.

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Image: Wild Orchids & Spider Webs Vase by Daum Nancy, one of the valuable collectible at Baltimore Art, Antique & Jewelry Show

Daum Nancy, Wild Orchids & Spider Webs Vase. Image: Philip Chasen Antiques

BALTIMORE, MD., –The annual Baltimore Art, Antique & Jewelry Show will take place from August 25-28, 2016. The venue is the Baltimore Convention Center. It will feature more than 400 international exhibitors, including a book fair section, and an exciting new Fine Craft section. In addition, the expansive show will also feature a juried exhibition of artists.

In its 36th year, the show has been a major attraction in Baltimore, attracting thousands of visitors. Every year, fine art, antique and jewelry aficionados travel from all corners of the globe to explore the items  on display.

Some of the treasures put on display are rare and date back thousands of years. They include furniture, American and European silver, and major works of art. This is not to mention Asian antiquities, porcelain, rare manuscripts and books. Americana, antique and estate jewelry, glass, textiles, are also favorites for guests.

While some of the exhibitors for this year’s fair are new, others have been coming for years. Some of the exhibitors include Art Collectibles, Ashville Fine Art, Bellus Fine Art, Drucker Antiques, Ophir Gallery, Vintage World, R.G.L. Antiques and M.S. Rau Antiques among many others.

Although in the 36th year, the Baltimore Art, Antique & Jewelry Show has continued to grow. “Every year this show gets bigger and better,” said Scott Diament, President and CEO of the Palm Beach Show Group. He adds: “We have dealers from all over the country that we hand-select so that everyone who attends will be able to shop the best of the best!”

What has kept the fair going is innovation. Like other years, there are new ideas in place for this year’s event. Notably amongst them is Booth Talks.  The informative, educational and exciting new series will engage artists about upcoming shows. In particular, the focus will be on riveting subject matters on art and art market. Conversations will be held at exhibitors booth on the floor of the Baltimore Art, Antique & Jewelry Show.

Palm Beach Show Group, organizers of the event recently changed the name of the fair from Baltimore Summer Antiques Show to Baltimore Art, Antique & Jewelry Show.  The success of the fair, as well as the need to accurately represent the diverse dealer mix represented at the show, informed the name change . Scott Diament explains:

“The fine art market is strong and getting stronger, and the demand by collectors for quality art from all periods includingOld Masters to contemporary works cannot be ignored. The number of dealers currently participating in the show that deal in paintings, sculptures rival all shows in the Mid- Atlantic region. We want the name of the show to be inclusive of fine art so that collectors, curators and art enthusiasts know that leading galleries can be found at the show. ”

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Expectations are high for this year’s event. From estate jewelers, antiquarian book dealers, and exhibitors offering  majolica to contemporary art, there is so much to see. In addition, visitors will be looking forward to a comfortable and conducive environment. The full-service restaurants, coffee bars, and lounge areas on the show floor are points of comfort.

Image: New York Shipping on the East River, an oil on canvas by John Stobart is one of the valuable collectible at Baltimore Art, Antique & Jewelry Show

John Stobart, New York Shipping on the East River. Oil on canvas 20 x 16 inches. Image: Rehs Contemporary Galleries

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Baltimore Art, Antique & Jewelry Show Announces Captivating Booth Talk Series

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Baltimore, MD (July 18, 2016) — The Baltimore Art, Antique & Jewelry Show has announced an exciting new series of informative and educational Booth Talks for the upcoming show, taking place August 25-28, 2016. With varying and riveting subject matters, the Booth Talks are scheduled to kick off the weekend beginning Friday, August 26, 2016. All talks will take place in the presenting exhibitor’s booth on the show floor of the Baltimore Art, Antique & Jewelry Show.

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Featured Exhibitor Items at the 2016 Baltimore Show

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The Baltimore Art, Antique & Jewelry Show has something for everyone, including items for anyone from the novice collector to the museum curator. Below is a small selection of featured dealer items that will be on display at the 2016 Baltimore Art, Antique & Jewelry Show.

Exhibitors Featured: 

  • Oliver & Espig
  • Philip Chasen Antiques
  • Rehs Galleries
  • Ophir Gallery
  • Carole Pinto Fine Arts
  • M.S Rau Antiques

To request High Resolution images of the items, please contact Kelsi@palmbeachshow.com

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BALTIMORE SHOW RETURNS TO THE BALTIMORE CONVENTION CENTER FOR ITS 36TH YEAR FEATURING A NEW EXCITING SECTION

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One of the country’s most distinguished shows will open its doors August 25-28 showcasing more than 400 exhibitors and featuring the addition of Fine Crafts

 (Baltimore, Md.) – Now celebrating its 36th year, the Baltimore Art, Antique & Jewelry Show will make its annual return to the Baltimore Convention Center August 25-28, 2016. The expansive show will present the spectacular collections of more than 400 international exhibitors, including a book fair section, and an exciting new Fine Craft section, featuring a juried exhibition of artists.

Fine art, antique and jewelry aficionados travel from all corners of the globe to explore the show’s exquisite array of rare treasures from the last several thousand years, including furniture, American and European silver, major works of art, Asian antiquities, porcelain, rare manuscripts and books, Americana, antique and estate jewelry, glass, textiles, and more.

“Every year this show gets bigger and better,” said Scott Diament, President and CEO of the Palm Beach Show Group. “We have dealers from all over the country that we hand-select so that everyone who attends will be able to shop the best of the best!”

The Baltimore Art, Antique & Jewelry Show is much more than your average retail show, with an extensive array of prominent estate jewelers, antiquarian book dealers, and exhibitors offering everything from majolica to contemporary art, there is truly something for everyone at the show. Acclaimed as the most anticipated event of the season, the Baltimore Art, Antique & Jewelry Show offers guests full-service restaurants, coffee bars, and lounge areas on the show floor to offer a break while they are treasure hunting.

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2016 BALTIMORE ART, ANTIQUE & JEWELRY SHOW CALENDAR LISTING

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BALTIMORE ART, ANTIQUE & JEWELRY SHOW DATES, TIMES & INFORMATION: Now celebrating its 36th year, the Baltimore Art, Antique & Jewelry Show will make its annual return this summer to the Baltimore Convention Center – August 25-28, 2016.

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BALTIMORE SHOW REFINES ITS FOCUS FOR 36TH EDITION

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The Iconic Summer Show Will Return to The Baltimore Convention Center with a New Name in 2016:

The Baltimore Art, Antique & Jewelry Show

BALTIMORE, MD (August 30, 2015) – On the heels of a successful show in Baltimore, the Palm Beach Show Group announces 2016 dates and a new name for the Baltimore Summer Antiques Show. Accurately highlighting a larger cross section of items on offer at the show, the event will return as the Baltimore Art, Antique & Jewelry Show, August 25-28, 2016.

The name change from The Baltimore Summer Antiques Show to The Baltimore Art, Antique & Jewelry Show will more accurately highlight the diverse dealer mix represented at the show. Participating dealer input and progressive market trends contributed to the evolutionary change.

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Baltimore Summer Antiques Show Continues to Shine A Spotlight on Antiques Industry and the City With 35th Edition

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BALTIMORE SUMMER ANTIQUES SHOW CONTINUES TO SHINE A SPOTLIGHT ON ANTIQUES INDUSTRY

AND THE CITYWITH  35TH EDITION

Show Wows Collectors of Fine Art, Antiques & Jewelry; Receives Accolades and Reports Strong Sales

BALTIMORE, MD (August 24, 2015) — The 35th annual Baltimore Summer Antiques Show came to a close this past Sunday after four days of impressive sales, drawing robust and enthusiastic crowds of more than 25,000 collectors. The attendees, which included private collectors, art connoisseurs, museum curators, interior designer and non-exhibiting dealers were impressed with the consistent quality and quantity of dealers that presented aisle after aisle of extraordinary fine art, antiques and jewelry.

 

Produced by the Palm Beach Show Group, the Baltimore Summer Antiques Show featured more than 430 respected dealers from all corners of the globe that represented more than 20 countries and displayed more than 200,000 unique items of every genre. The show is the largest indoor summer antiques event in the country and is one of downtown Baltimore’s longest running events.

 

Dealers eagerly conducted business on the show floor during move-in days, pursuing the unique, the unusual and the extraordinary. Sales continued immediately after the Show opened its doors to long lines of waiting shoppers in both lobbies of the Baltimore Convention Center on the highly anticipated Opening Day.

 

The Baltimore Summer Antiques Show has long been recognized as an economic engine for the City, bringing both tourism and commerce, generating millions of dollars in sales tax and wages, with an estimated economic impact in the tens of millions.

 

“The 35th year of the Baltimore Summer Antiques Show proved to be a momentous event, not only for dealers and collectors, but also for the City of Baltimore,” stated Scott Diament, President & CEO of the Palm Beach Show Group. “The show has a rich history in this great City, and we never once considered the possibility of not coming back to Baltimore. The dealers who have supported the show for so many years had the same sentiments, and we were not surprised to see the local community and the collectors that came out en masse to shop the show as they have in years past.”

 

From lush carpeting, to lavish floral arrangements, the Baltimore Summer Antiques Show offered visitors an invaluable environment to interact and engage with art and antiques industry leaders. On hand at this year’s event was a prestigious list of international exhibitors, including M.S. Rau Antiques, Bridges Over Time and Jason Jacques among many others.

 

Marvin Baer of Marvin Baer’s Ivory Tower has participated in the Baltimore Summer Antiques Show for 23 years. “The crowds were electric. It’s was like a mad rush when the doors were opened to collectors, decorators and even people with casual interests who just wanted to see what all the fuss was about. This is more than just a show – it’s a happening – and anyone who is anyone in the antiques industry either exhibits or shops at this show.”

 

Sales were once again strong and spanned every category of the more than 200,000 items available at the show. Participating exhibitors shared their individual sales:

 

Earle D. Vandekar of Knightsbridge (Maryknoll, NY) sold a rare pair of English Pottery Stoneware Obelisks, Chetham & Woolley, (c. 1800) along with a rare Whieldon-type creamwear model of a cat (c. 1765) and a monumental English Pearlware Blue and White Jug (c. 1830).

 

Charlene Upham Antiques (Mardela Springs, MD) reported the sales of many sterling silver pieces including an extraordinary Demitasse spoon set.

 

J.S. Fearnley (Atlanta, GA) reported the sale of a signed set of 18kt gold and diamond earrings form the late 19th century.

 

Jeff R. Bridgman Antiques (York County, PA) sold two iconic nautical flags including a Power Squadrons Ensign, made by Annin in New York (c. 1945-55) and a 13 Star Private Yacht Flag, a scarce and desirable example with single-appliqued, hand-sewn stars and anchor made by Annin in New York City (c. 1875-1890)

 

Camilla Dietz Bergeron (New York, NY) reported the sales of impressive signed pieces including diamond and gold earrings by Van Cleef & Arpels, a 1940s gold bracelet by Tiffany & Co, and a significant Colombian emerald and diamond ring.

Robert E. Alker Fine Art (Houston, TX) sold an incredibly unique Art Deco Secretary desk designed by Zsuzsa Kovacs (c. 1930).

 

House of Whitley (Dania Beach, FL) sold amazing pieces of Americana including a spectacular set of WWII binoculars and helicopter blades in addition to contemporary 3-D American flag paintings by Spanish artist, Antonio Perez-Melero.

 

Zane Moss (New York, NY) sold a pair of English leather wing chairs and an an Irish mahogany game table.

 

Drucker Antiques (Mount Kisco, NY) reported the sale of several pieces of Georg Jensen Jewelry including an iconic Grape Leaf necklace in addition to a multicolor metallic beaded necklace attributed to Wiener Werkstatte from the early 20th century.

 

Seaway China (Dania Beach, FL) reported strong sales of Royal Doulton English ceramics in addition to military-inspired character jugs, specifically Winston Churchill.

 

Norwood’s Spirit of America (Timonium, MD) reported strong sales in the genre of 19th century American folk art, including an important millenery trade sign from a longtime private New York collection, a fine-copper bodied and iron/zinc-headed running horse weathervane and a striking barber pole in a dry-surfaced red, white and blue paint.

 

Furniture sales were prevalent on the show floor during all four days of the show. American and English furniture dealers such as Zane Moss Antiques (New York, NY), Butler & Butler (Bradenton, FL), Tomlinson Antiques (Osprey, FL), LR Antiques (Houston, TX) and Susan Barr Antiques (Palm City, FL) among many others.

 

Paintings, sculptures, ceramics and tiles were in high demand at this year’s show. Artwork, ranging from Old masters to the 20th century, was heavily represented at this year’s event. Attendees in search of major works of art did not leave empty handed, landing pieces from the booths of Guarisco Gallery (Washington, D.C), David David Gallery (Philadelphia, PA), Rehs Contemporary Gallery (New York, NY), Robert M. Quilter Fine Art (Baltimore, MD), McCarty Gallery (Philadelphia, PA), and David Brooker Fine Art (Woodbury, CT).

 

Jewelry highlights included numerous sales of Baroque, Renaissance and Victorian Period pieces in addition to the sought after modern, art deco and estate pieces at the booths of R & A International (Miami, FL), Michael S. Haber (Wynnewood, PA), Benchmark of Palm Beach (Blue Ridge, GA), Charamonde Jewelers (Lake Worth, FL), Camila Dietz Bergeron (New York, NY) J.S. Fearnley (Atlanta, GA) among many others reported heavy sales in all pieces.

 

The Baltimore Summer Antiques Show is not only a great event for collectors and the novice antique seeker, it is undeniably one of the most important events for dealer to dealer transactions, where inventory is purchased for the upcoming antiques season ahead.

 

“The demand for 20th century was stronger than ever at this year’s show,” stated Ed Koren (Bridges Over Time), “We sold items form across the board including paintings, furniture, sculpture and objects.”

 

Charlene Upham (Charlene Upham Antiques) commented on the amazing number of attendees who visited the show on Opening Day and throughout the weekend, “We had a truly amazing show, with strong sales during set-up, and continuing all four days. It far exceeded our expectations considering the current economic challenges.”

 

“Not only did I meet many new clients, I purchased some wonderful items for resale as well. This is my strongest show of the year,” stated Kirk Krommenhoek  (K & S Fine Arts).  “I am going to start buying for next year’s show, this week.  I always buy things over the course of the year and hold them specifically for the Baltimore show.”

 

“The market for antiques, art and jewelry in the Mid-Atlantic region has always been strong and the Baltimore Summer Antiques Show has solidified itself as one of the top industry shows in the nation due to the diverse and quality selection of exhibitors and their collections,” Rob Samuels, Vice President of the Palm Beach Show Group & Owner of Provident Jewelry (Florida).

 

“I’m always impressed with the buying and selling that happens on the show floor year after year, myself included,” stated Diament. “I believe that the activity here is a clear indication that the art, antiques and jewelry industry continues to thrive and we take pride in fueling this commerce engine with our events.”

 

Founded in 1980, the Baltimore Summer Antiques Show has dramatically grown from a small regional event, to the largest indoor antiques show of its kind in the country.  The show offered an endless collection of exclusive, one of-a kind-offerings, including furniture, American and European silver major works of art, Asian antiquities, porcelain, Americana, antique and estate jewelry, glass, textiles and more.

 

The Baltimore Art, Antique & Jewelry Show will return to the

Baltimore Convention Center

August 25-28, 2016.

 

 

About the Palm Beach Show Group:

Recognized as the nation’s leading producer of premier jewelry, art and antique shows, the Palm Beach Show Group owns and operates ten shows nationally including:

 

New York City Jewelry & Watch Show (October 30-November 1, 2015)

New York Art, Antique & Jewelry Show (November 20-24, 2015)

Palm Beach Jewelry – Antiques – Design (December 3-7, 2015)

LA Art Show (January 27-31, 2016)

Los Angeles Fine Art Show (January 27-31, 2016)

Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show (February 10-16, 2016)

Naples Art, Antique & Jewelry Show (February 19-23, 2016)

Chicago International Art, Antique & Jewelry Show (Spring 2016)

Baltimore Summer Antiques Show (August 25-28, 2016)

Dallas International Art, Antique & Jewelry Show (Fall 2016)

 

For more information visit www.palmbeachshowgroup.com

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WFLA Daytime News Segment – Baltimore Summer Antiques Show

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Continuing a long-established tradition of supporting high-end jewelry dealers, the 35th Annual Baltimore Summer Antiques Show will return to the Baltimore Convention Center from August 20th to 23rd 2015. This summer over 100 jewelry exhibitors will showcase all types of heirloom treasures ranging from vintage, to estate. Hundreds of dealers and tens of thousands of…

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Baltimore Brings on the Books

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The Antiquarian Book Fair returns during the 35th Annual Baltimore Summer Antiques Show

 

Baltimore, MD – (August 4, 2015) The Baltimore Summer Antiques Show will once again feature the highly anticipated Antiquarian Book Fair when it returns to the Baltimore Convention Center August 20-23, 2015. Produced by the Palm Beach Show Group, the Baltimore Summer Antiques Show is Maryland’s largest antiques event and the largest summer indoor antiques show in the country.

The Antiquarian Book Fair is a featured highlight of the event, presenting more than 30 dealers showcasing rare books, first editions, autographs, fine manuscripts, prints and unusual bibliographical material.

With its diverse array of local and international dealers offering materials appealing to all levels of experience, the Antiquarian Book Fair promises to have something for every type of collector.

Located on the 2400 Aisle of the Baltimore Summer Antiques Show, guests can find these participating Antiquarian Bok Fair Dealers:

A. Parker’s Books

B & B Rare Books

Boomerang Booksellers

Class Menagerie

Colebrook Book Barn

Commonwealth Books

D & D Galleries

First Folio

Four Winds Fine Books

Davis Rare Books

Jeff Bergman Books

Jerry N. Showalter

Joe Maynard

John Bale Book Co.

K & S Fine Arts

Kevin T. Ransom

Lee & Mike Temares

Lighthouse Books

Michael J. Osborne Books

Old Editions Bookshop

Wilfrid De Freitas

There will be several other book dealers outside of the Antiquarian Book Fair Section in addition to those listed above. For a complete listing of Baltimore Summer Antiques Show dealers, visit the website at: www.baltimoresummershow.com.

The Baltimore Summer Antiques Show runs August 20 through August 23 and is expected to draw an overwhelming crowd throughout its four-day tenure at the Baltimore Convention Center. For additional details and ticket information visit www.baltimoresummershow.com.

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Baltimore Summer Antiques Show Days & Hours:

Thursday, August 20th – 12pm – 8pm

Friday, August 21st – 11am – 7pm

Saturday, August 22nd – 11am – 7pm

Sunday, August 23rd – 11am – 6pm

 

Baltimore Convention Center

1 West Pratt Street

Baltimore, MD 21201

 

About the Palm Beach Show Group

Recognized as the nation’s leading producer of premier jewelry, art and antique shows, the Palm Beach Show Group owns and operates ten events nationally:

Baltimore Summer Antiques Show (Aug. 20-23, 2015)

New York City Jewelry & Watch Show (Oct. 30 – Nov. 1 2015)

New York Art, Antique & Jewelry Show (Nov. 20 – 24, 2015)

Palm Beach Jewelry, Antiques & Design Show (Dec. 3 – 7, 2015)

Los Angeles Fine Art Show (Jan. 27 – 31, 2016)

LA Art Show (Jan. 27-31, 2016)

Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show (Feb. 10 – 16, 2016)

Naples Art, Antique & Jewelry Show (Feb. 19 – 23, 2016)

Chicago International Art, Antique & Jewelry Show (Spring 2016)

Dallas International Art, Antique & Jewelry Show (Fall 2016)

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THE 35TH ANNUAL BALTIMORE SUMMER ANTIQUES SHOW PARTNERS WITH THE HISTORIC NEW ORLEANS COLLECTION NONPROFIT TO RAISE AWARENESS OF REGION ON REBOUND

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(New York, NY) July 30, 2015 – The 35th Annual Baltimore Summer Antiques Show has partnered with The Historic New Orleans Collection (THNOC), the nonprofit museum, research center and publisher dedicated to the study and preservation of the history and culture of New Orleans and the Gulf South.  During this year’s show, which runs fro August 20th to 23rd, 2015 at the Baltimore Convention Center (One West Pratt Street), THNOC will have a booth on site with expert historians offering enlightening, educational discourse and talks.

“We are very excited about this new liaison and our goal is to bring about further cultural and historical awareness to the city that is still in the process of rebuilding,” explained the Palm Beach Show Group’s CEO Scott Diament.

“The Historic New Orleans Collection is honored to share in Baltimore the rich and diverse culture of the city and the region we call home,” said Jack Pruitt, THNOC Director of Development and Community Relations.  “Just ten years ago, when Hurricane Katrina devastated the Gulf Coast, we saw the possibility of losing this heritage.  But with the annual antiques forum that regularly sells out-attracting individuals from across the nation-and publications highlighting our furniture, art, and architecture, The Collection serves as a resource for preserving our past and building our future.”

Jessica Dorman, who has a PhD from Harvard University in History of American Civilization, will kick off the lectures with “Furnishing Louisiana: Preserving Antiques in a Disaster-Prone Region” on Friday (8/20) at 3 PM.  The veteran historian will once again lead the discussion on Friday (8/21) at noon when she discusses “The Katrina Decade: Images of an Altered City.”  This summer THNOC is hosting an exhibition to mark the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, which features the photography of David Spielman. On Saturday (8/22) at 2 PM, Anne Robichaux, a chief researcher, editor and writer at THNOC will take center stage and offer an overall perspective on “Crescent City Connections: The Historic New Orleans Collection at 50.”

The Historic New Orleans was founded in 1966 by General L. Kemper Williams and his wife Leila Hardie Moore Williams—two private collectors of Louisiana materials who wished to keep their collection intact and available to the public for research and exhibition. In its near 50-year history, THNOC’s holdings have grown to more than one million items covering centuries of history.

Founded in 1980, The Baltimore Summer Antiques Show has dramatically grown from a small regional event, to the largest indoor antiques show in the country, featuring over 400 exhibitors from around the world.  General admission tickets are $20, which is valid for all general show days.

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About the Palm Beach Show Group

Recognized as the nation’s leading producer of premier jewelry, art and antique shows, the Palm Beach Show Group owns and operates ten events nationally:

  • Baltimore Summer Antiques Show (Aug. 20-23, 2015)
  • New York City Jewelry & Watch Show (Oct. 30 – Nov. 1 2015)
  • New York Art, Antique & Jewelry Show (Nov. 20 – 24, 2015)
  • Palm Beach Jewelry• Antiques • Design (Dec. 3 – 7, 2015)
  • Los Angeles Fine Art Show (Jan. 27 – 31, 2016)
  • LA Art Show (Jan. 27-31, 2016)
  • Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show (Feb. 10 – 16, 2016)
  • Naples Art, Antique & Jewelry Show (Feb. 19 – 23, 2016)
  • Chicago International Art, Antique & Jewelry Show (Spring 2016)
  • Dallas International Art, Antique & Jewelry Show (Fall 2016)

The Palm Beach Show Group also owns and operates CollectorsNet.com, a virtual marketplace where collectors can shop the offerings of Palm Beach Show Group dealers 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 day a year.

Days & Hours of the Baltimore Summer Antiques Show are as follows:

General Show Days

Thursday, August 20th                    12pm – 8pm

Friday, August 21st                          11am – 7pm

Saturday, August 22nd                   11am – 7pm

Sunday, August 23rd                       11am – 6pm

For more information, please visit www.baltimoresummerantiques.com or call 561-822-5440.

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ELVIS BLING CAN BE YOURS | World News Online

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The King’s ring is up for grabs. To commemorate the August 16, 1977 passing of Elvis Presley, M.S. Rau Antiques will display his $ 64,500 diamond-studded ring, which features a double-eagle crest against a field of rich black onyx, at the Baltimore Summer Antiques Show, which opens Aug. 20.

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TOP JEWELRY DEALERS FROM AROUND THE WORLD TO SHOWCASE FABULOUS ANTIQUE & ESTATE JEWELRY AT THE 2015 BALTIMORE SUMMER ANTIQUES SHOW

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(New York, NY) July 8, 2015 – Continuing a long-established tradition of supporting high-end jewelry dealers, the 35th Annual Baltimore Summer Antiques Show will return to the Baltimore Convention Center (One West Pratt Street) from August 20th to 23rd 2015. This summer over 100 jewelry exhibitors will showcase all types of heirloom treasures ranging from vintage, to estate.

Hundreds of dealers and tens of thousands of attendees will once again gather at the Baltimore Convention Center. For the first time ever, members of the Jewelry Trade Industry will have early access to enter the show floor at 10am on Thursday August 20th (opening day). Badges can be pre-purchased online at BaltimoreSummerShow.com or at the Show Office on the morning of the show and will allow merchandise to be brought into the show.  General admission tickets can be purchased for $20 and are valid for all general show days.

The Baltimore Summer Antiques Show is thrilled to provide the ideal atmosphere for industry experts in antique, vintage and estate jewelry to gather this summer. Some of the leading dealers from around the world participating include M.S. Rau Antiques, Bardy’s Estate Jewelry & Diamonds, Benchmark of Palm Beach, Camilla Dietz Bergeron, J.S. Fearnley, Lenore Daily, Marlene Alvarado, Pampillonia Jewelers, Patti Esbia Antique & Estate Jewelry, R & A International, Sue Brown, and Michael Haber who will showcase their best treasures from the last several thousand years.

“The Baltimore Summer Antiques Show is a must-attend event for serious jewelry buyers and collectors that are interested in one-of-a-kind pieces impossible to obtain anywhere else”, says Palm Beach Show Group’s CEO Scott Diament

One of the rare finds that can be viewed or purchased is a diamond-studded ring, crafted of 14K yellow gold, once owned by Elvis Presley. The ring, which includes a double-eagle crest against a field of rich black onyx, will be on display by M.S. Rau Antiques for $64,500.

The Baltimore Summer Antiques Show’s return exemplifies the Palm Beach Show Group’s belief in America’s Comeback City in the wake of recent civil unrest.  The show generates millions of dollars in sales taxes and wages both directly from the show and at related area businesses.  The Baltimore Antiques Show ranked #1 on Baltimore Business Journal’s list of “Conventions with the Highest Economic Impact in Baltimore,” in 2011.

For press inquiries or to attend the Baltimore Summer Antiques Show, please contact Marie Assante, R. Couri Hay Creative Public Relations, 212-580-0835, marie@rcourihaycpr.com

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About the Palm Beach Show Group

Recognized as the nation’s leading producer of premier jewelry, art and antique shows, the Palm Beach Show Group owns and operates ten events nationally:

  • Baltimore Summer Antiques Show (Aug. 20-23, 2015)
  • New York City Jewelry & Watch Show (Oct. 30 – Nov. 1 2015)
  • New York Art, Antique & Jewelry Show (Nov. 20 – 24, 2015)
  • Palm Beach Jewelry• Antiques • Design (Dec. 3 – 7, 2015)
  • Los Angeles Fine Art Show (Jan. 27 – 31, 2016)
  • LA Art Show (Jan. 27-31, 2016)
  • Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show (Feb. 10 – 16, 2016)
  • Naples Art, Antique & Jewelry Show (Feb. 19 – 23, 2016)
  • Chicago International Art, Antique & Jewelry Show (Spring 2016)
  • Dallas International Art, Antique & Jewelry Show (Fall 2016)

The Palm Beach Show Group also owns and operates CollectorsNet.com, a virtual marketplace where collectors can shop the offerings of Palm Beach Show Group dealers 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 day a year.

Days & Hours of the Baltimore Summer Antiques Show are as follows:

General Show Days

Thursday, August 20th                    12pm – 8pm

Friday, August 21st                          11am – 7pm

Saturday, August 22nd                   11am – 7pm

Sunday, August 23rd                       11am – 6pm

For more information, please visit www.baltimoresummerantiques.com or call 561-822-5440.

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Art Fix Daily – Eye on the Art World

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35th Annual Baltimore Summer Antiques Show

August 20-23, 2015

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The 35th Annual Baltimore Summer Antiques Show will return to the Baltimore Convention Center (One West Pratt Street) August 20th to 23rd 2015, announced Palm Beach Show Group CEO Scott Diament.  Founded in 1980, the show has dramatically grown from a small regional event, to the largest indoor antiques show in the country, featuring nearly 400 exhibitors from around the world.  General admission tickets are $20, which is valid for all general show days.

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Jewelry Finds at the 2015 Baltimore Summer Antiques Show – June 15, 2015 – BLOUIN ARTINFO

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Jewelry Finds at the 2015 Baltimore Summer Antiques Show

Source: Slideshow:Jewelry Finds at the 2015 Baltimore Summer Antiques Show – June 15, 2015 – BLOUIN ARTINFO, The Premier Global Online Destination for Art and Culture | BLOUIN ARTINFO

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Palm Beach Show Group Expresses Confidence in Baltimore Summer Antiques Show | BLOUIN ARTINFO

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Once dubbed the best “silver show” in the country, the Baltimore Summer Antiques Show will celebrate its 35th installment this August and boast many rare and unique finds, including Tiffany glass lamp

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The 35th Annual Baltimore Summer Antiques Show returns to the Baltimore Convention Center

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(New York, NY) May 26, 2015 – The 35th Annual Baltimore Summer Antiques Show will return to the Baltimore Convention Center (One West Pratt Street) August 20th to 23rd 2015, announced Palm Beach Show Group CEO Scott Diament. Founded in 1980, the show has dramatically grown from a small regional event, to the largest indoor antiques show in the country, featuring nearly 400 exhibitors from around the world. General admission tickets are $20, which is valid for all general show days.

The Baltimore Summer Antiques Show has not only evolved in size, but in its diversity of collections including furniture, American and European silver major works of art, Asian antiquities, porcelain, Americana, antique and estate jewelry, glass, textiles and more. Some of the leading dealers from around the world including M.S. Rau Antiques, Camilla Dietz Bergeron, Bridges Over Time and Jason Jacques will showcase their best treasures from the last several thousand years.

The Baltimore Summer Antiques Show’s return exemplifies the Palm Beach Show Group’s belief in America’s Comeback City in the wake of recent civil unrest. The show generates millions of dollars in sales taxes and wages both directly from the show and at related area businesses. The Baltimore Antiques Show ranked #1 on Baltimore Business Journal’s list of “Conventions with the Highest Economic Impact in Baltimore,” in 2011.

“We are committed to and believe in Baltimore. Our goal is to continue to shine a positive light on this community and provide an experience that will bring thousands of visitors from around the world to Charm City,” said President and CEO of the Palm Beach Show Group Scott Diament.

 

Days & Hours of the Baltimore Summer Antiques Show are as follows:

Thursday, August 20th – 12pm – 8pm

Friday, August 21st – 11am – 7pm

Saturday, August 22nd – 11am – 7pm

Sunday, August 23rd – 11am – 6pm

 

For more information, please visit www.baltimoresummerantiques.com or call 561-822-5440.

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About the Palm Beach Show Group

Recognized as the nation’s leading producer of premier jewelry, art and antique shows, the Palm Beach Show Group owns and operates ten events nationally:

Baltimore Summer Antiques Show (Aug. 20-23, 2015)

New York City Jewelry & Watch Show (Oct. 30 – Nov. 1 2015)

New York Art, Antique & Jewelry Show (Nov. 20 – 24, 2015)

Palm Beach Jewelry • Antiques • Design Show (Dec. 3 – 7, 2015)

Los Angeles Fine Art Show (Jan. 27 – 31, 2016)

LA Art Show (Jan. 27-31, 2016)

Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show (Feb. 10 – 16, 2016)

Naples Art, Antique & Jewelry Show (Feb. 19 – 23, 2016)

Chicago International Art, Antique & Jewelry Show (Spring 2016)

Dallas International Art, Antique & Jewelry Show (Fall 2016)

 

The Palm Beach Show Group also owns and operates CollectorsNet.com, a virtual marketplace where collectors can shop the offerings of Palm Beach Show Group dealers 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 day a year.

 

For press inquiries or to attend the Baltimore Antiques Show, please contact Marie Assante, R. Couri Hay Creative Public Relations, 212-580-0835, marie@rcourihaycpr.com . 

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2014 Baltimore Summer Antiques Show Fact Sheet

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  • The Baltimore Summer Antiques Show is produced by the Palm Beach Show Group.
  • The Baltimore Summer Antiques Show will celebrate its 34th annual show when it returns to the Baltimore Convention Center in 2014.
  • The Show is the largest indoor summer antiques event in the nation hosting more than 550 international dealers and an Antiquarian Book Fair and a distinct fine art section, Art Baltimore.
  • Known among dealers and collectors as the most important silver show in the nation, the show has over 30 leading silver specialists ranging from early coin, Georgian, Irish, Russian and Victorian to local Baltimore Stieff, modern Louis Tiffany and George Jensen.
  • There will be more than 200,000 individual items for purchase from a variety of genres including: fine art, jewelry, silver, porcelain, Americana folk art, decorative accessories, furniture, glass, textiles and more ranging from the antiquities to the 20th
  • The Baltimore Summer Antiques Show features items with a range of price points – ranging from $100 to museum quality treasures with values of more than $1,000,000.
  •  The show boasts a strong trade and retail component. In fact, many antique dealers consider the show to be one of the best shows for acquiring inventory for the upcoming holiday season.
  • In 2013, approximately 25,000 knowledgeable collectors, dealers, designers and guests from all over North America, Europe, South America, Canada and Asia attended the show. The rare combination of diversity, first-class quality and affordable prices can be credited for attracting the large crowd.
  •  The Show now encompasses the majority of the show floor of the Baltimore Convention Center to include 245,000 square feet of exhibitor space; there are two main entrances located at the West Pratt Street Lobby and Charles Street Lobby and two full-service restaurants and a coffee bar are located on the show floor.
  •  The Baltimore show has a positive impact on the local economy generating millions of dollars in sales taxes and wages both directly from the show and at related area businesses. The Baltimore Summer Antiques Show was ranked #1 on Baltimore Business Journal’s list of “Conventions with the Highest Economic Impact in Baltimore in 2011”. The show’s estimated economic impact was over $15.04 million.
  •  The first Baltimore Summer Antiques Show took place in 1980, just months after the grand opening of HarborPlace, and was one of the first major events to be held in the new Baltimore Convention Center. The show is the second- longest running event at the Baltimore Convention Center.

 

List of categories represented at the Baltimore Summer Antiques Show:

  • Americana
  • Arms & Armour
  • Art Deco
  • Art Glass
  • Art Nouveau
  • Asian
  • Books & Manuscripts
  • Bronzes
  • Carpets & Rugs
  • Ceramics & Glassware
  • Clocks & Barometers
  • Clothing & Accessories
  • Coins
  • Contemporary Art
  • Contemporary Jewelry
  • Diamonds
  • Ephemera
  • Estate Jewelry
  • Faberge
  • Fine Art
  • Furniture
  • Georgian
  • Handbags & purses
  • Italian Glass
  • Jewelry & Watches
  • Judica
  • Maps
  • Meissen
  • Majolica
  • Militaria
  • Nautical
  • Paintings
  • Photographs
  • Posters
  • Pottery
  • Porcelain
  • Signed Pieces
  • Silver
  • Sporting Collectibles
  • Sculpture
  • Textiles
  • Tiffany
  • Victorian
  • Vintage
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Show Returns to the Baltimore Convention Center For Its 34th Year

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Balt General ReleaseOne of the country’s most distinguished shows will open its doors August 21-24 showcasing more than 550 international exhibitors.

(Baltimore, Md.) – Now celebrating its 34th year, the Baltimore Summer Antiques Show will make its annual return to the Baltimore Convention Center August 21-24. The expansive show will present the spectacular collections of more than 550 international exhibitors, including an international book fair section – making it, once again, Maryland’s largest antiques event and the largest indoor antiques show in the country.

For the second year it will also include Art Baltimore 2014 – a show-within-a-show that features a spectacular selection of international fine art galleries at the Baltimore Convention Center. The diverse array of artworks and galleries have been carefully selected and integrated into the Baltimore Summer Antiques Show, offering guests the opportunity to experience a variety of high quality fine art and an unrivalled art experience. Art Baltimore 2014’s objective is to highlight leading galleries showcasing fine art and sculpture spanning time, from old European masters to contemporary works.

Fine art, antique and jewelry aficionados travel from all corners of the globe to explore the show’s exquisite array of rare treasures from the last several thousand years, including furniture, American and European silver, major works of art, Asian antiquities, porcelain, rare manuscripts and books, Americana, antique and estate jewelry, glass, textiles, and more.

“Every year this show gets bigger and better,” said Scott Diament, President and CEO of the Palm Beach Show Group. “We have dealers from all over the country that we hand-select so that everyone who attends will be able to shop the best of the best!”

The Baltimore Sumer Antiques Show is much more than your average retail show, with an extensive array of prominent estate jewelers, antiquarian book dealers, and exhibitors offering everything from majolica to contemporary art, there is truly something for everyone at the show. Acclaimed as the most anticipated event of the season, the Baltimore Summer Antiques Show offers guests full-service restaurants, coffee bars, and lounge areas on the show floor to offer a break while they are treasure hunting.

“We believe that The Baltimore Summer Antiques Show is the closest anyone can come to time travel,” stated Diament. “Just think about it – you can come here and hold idol made for a Russian Tsar, wear a necklace once worn by a great, great relative, or sit in a chair once owned by European royalty – the possibilities are endless. The difference between the show and a museum is that at our show, you can actually purchase and own your own pieces of history!”

2014 Baltimore Summer Antiques Show

August 21-24, 2014

Thursday, August 21       12 pm – 8 pm

Friday, August 22             11 am – 7 pm

Saturday, August 23        11 am – 7 pm

Sunday, August 24           11 am – 6 pm

 

Tickets: $20 (each ticket is good for all 4 show days)

 

Baltimore Convention Center

One West Pratt Street

Baltimore, MD 21201

(Two main entrances: West Pratt Street Lobby & Charles Street Lobby)

 

For More Information: www.BaltimoreSummerShow.com or Call 561.822.5440

The Baltimore Summer Antiques Show is a Palm Beach Show Group Event.

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About the Palm Beach Show Group

Recognized as the nation’s leading producer of premier jewelry, art and antique shows, the Palm Beach Show Group owns and operates ten shows nationally including:

  • Baltimore Summer Antiques Show (August 21-24, 2014)
  • Art Baltimore 2014 (August 21-24, 2014)
  • New York Art, Antique & Jewelry Show (September 17-21, 2014)
  • Dallas International Art, Antique & Jewelry Show (November 6-10, 2014)
  • Palm Beach Jewelry & Watch Show (November 13-16, 2014)
  • LA Art Show (January 15-19, 2014)
  • Los Angeles Jewelry & Antique Show (January 15-19, 2014)
  • Naples Art, Antique & Jewelry Show (February 6-10, 2014)
  • Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show (February 14-18, 2014)
  • LA Art Show (January 14-18, 2015)
  • Los Angeles Jewelry & Antique Show (January 14 -18, 2015)
  • Naples Art, Antique & Jewelry Show (February 5-9, 2015)
  • Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show (February 13-17, 2015)
  • Chicago International Art, Antique & Jewelry Show (April 30-May 4, 2015)

For more information visit www.palmbeachshowgroup.com.

The Palm Beach Show Group also owns and operates CollectorsNet.com, a virtual marketplace where collectors can shop the offerings of Palm Beach Show Group dealers 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 day a year. Visit www.CollectorsNet.com for more information.