Dateline: Miami Beach

This year's 45th edition of the Original Miami Beach Antique Show at the Miami Beach Convention Center hosted more than 1,000 national and international antiques dealers displaying paintings, furniture, Asian art, glass, china, some antique canes and pistols, and jewelry. The show took place Jan. 11–15. The jewelry on offer ranged from 19th-century goods—with Victorian garnet, silver, micromosaics, and mourning pieces attracting particular attention—to big-name later pieces by Boucheron, Cartier, Tiffany, Van Cleef & Arpels, and others. As the final day drew to a close, the prevailing exhibitor opinion was that the show was “OK.” Show officials declined to provide attendance numbers, but many dealers felt that buying was light. They also wondered if timing was to blame. This year's show ran eight days earlier—thus closer to Christmas—than last year's. Gene Enebo o

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