Antique dealers from around the world will be attending the Miami Beach Antique Show from Jan. 31 to Feb. 5 at the Miami Beach Convention Center.
Show organizers have confirmed that there will be more 800 exhibitors at the Miami Beach, fair.
Exhibitors will include:
Julian Beck, who will be displaying a signed painting by American artist Louis Jambor (1884 – 1954), titled “A Pensive Moment.” Jambor is well known for his illustrations in “Little Women” by Louisa May Alcott and “Sown in the Darkness” by William Twilford.
Haig Galleries booth will feature Asian textiles, lacquers, bronze and ivory. Key items will include Early/Mid 19th century Ivory Tusk with detailed carvings of dragons across it; rare collection of rank badges dating between 1820-1890; and rare collection of Chinese textiles.
Tiffany’s enthusiasts will be able to see a pair of exceptional “American Gilt on Sterling Silver Candelabras,” made for the Paris Exposition of 1900 at the Toulouse Antique Gallery booth. The candelabras were possibly designed by Paulding Farnham, who designed many well-known Tiffany pieces at this time including the Adams Gold Vase now in the Metropolitan Museum Of Art.
For rare Tiffany studio pieces, check out the Ophir Gallery, which has a selection of items, including an 18″ Peony Table Lamp (circa 1900).
Jacob’s Diamond & Estate Jewelry will show a beautiful large Edwardian diamond bow pin with a cabochon amethyst. The setting is made of platinum and 14k yellow gold, circa 1910.
Reyne Gallery will offer the Art Nouveau fans an important collection of works from Laurelton Hall, Louis C. Tiffany’s summer home in Oyster Bay Long Island. Also on hand will be a fabulous painting titled “Wind Driven Clouds” by Charles Courtney Curran, which graced the cover of The Literary Digest magazine Sept. 7, 1929.
Morning Glory Antiques, Inc. will bring an English cabinet made of walnut, mahogany, rosewood and ebonised with interior shelves in all five sections. The large center section has mirrored doors and the crest of Compte Edouard Joseph Hubert Ferdinand du val de Beaulieu was granted in 1847.
Middle Kingdom Imports booth will feature a Qing Dynasty wedding bed. Featured on H&G Television, this $7,000 bed is made out of Mahogany and is fully carved with delicate artwork. It comes with the original high wooden canopy, which the wedding couple would drape with yards of silk fabric for privacy.
Celebrity hounds will recognize some of the items in Terry Rodgers & Melody’s booth. This mother–daughter duo is well known for their one-of-a-kind vintage jewelry. Encompassing every genre from art deco to Edwardian, the jewels from this store have been worn by Penelope Cruz, Catherine Zeta Jones, Jennifer Aniston, Gwen Stephanie, Faith Hill, Kate Spade and a bevy of Hollywood starlets.
The Miami Beach Convention Center in Halls A – C, located at 1901 Convention Center Drive, Miami Beach, Florida. Admission is $12.
For more information contact Andrea Canady at (239) 732-6642 or visit the website at www.dmgantiqueshows.com.