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9th Annual Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show
February 7, 2012  | 
One of the most anticipated events of the season, the Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show will make its annual return to the Palm Beach County Convention Center on Presidents’ Day weekend, February 17-21, 2012. With the collections of more than 180 international exhibitors to choose from, the 2012 show will boast a stunning selection of art, antiques and jewelry and will draw tens of thousands of private collectors, museum curators, investors and interior designers who are eager to view and purchase some of the most unique and coveted treasures in the world.

Items at the show will span every genre, including fine art, antique and estate jewelry, furniture, porcelain, Asian art, American and European silver, glass, textiles, sculpture and more, ranging from the antiquities to the 20th century. Guests will have access to aisle after aisle of extraordinary collections offered by returning exhibitors such as Arader Galleries, Betteridge Jewelers, Camilla Dietz Bergeron, Danish Silver, Drucker Antiques, Fred Leighton, French Country UK, Gavin Spanierman, Hancocks, Hyland Granby Antiques, Lillian Nassau, M.S. Rau Antiques, Macklowe Gallery, Mark J. West, Michael Pashby Antiques, T.K. Asian Antiquities and Vallejo Gallery.

New exhibitors this year include 20th Century Designs, Antedilubian, Cedric Dupont Antiques, Chris Beetles, Edward and Deborah Pollack Fine Art, Essex Global Trading, J. M. Stringer Gallery of Fine Art, Michael Goedhuis, Nick & Martine Boston Antiques, Saddle River Gallery, Samuel Saidian & Sons, Sylvia Powell Decorative Arts, Tri State Antiques and The Estate Collection.

“What makes this year’s Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show so unique is the amount of high-caliber exhibiting dealers and the diversity of the art, antiques and jewelry that they bring,” said Scott Diament, President and CEO of the Palm Beach Show Group.

An exclusive Opening Night Private Preview Evening benefiting Hope for Depression Research Foundation will kick off the show on Friday, February 17. Hope for Depression Research Foundation was founded in April 2006 by Audrey Gruss in memory of her mother, Hope, who suffered from clinical depression. The organization’s mission is to fund innovative, international research into the origins, diagnosis, treatment and prevention of depression and its related mood and other emotional disorders with the ultimate goal of finding a cure.

A highlight of this year’s show will be the “Hope Designer Showcase,” curated by AD100 interior designer Scott Snyder. The exhibit will feature five room vignettes created by Snyder and other top interior designers, including Geoffrey Bradfield, Jim Aman +John Meeks, Bruce Bierman and Campion Platt. The designers will utilize fine art, furniture and decorative accessories from exhibitors in the show to create beautiful spaces that exemplify how antiques integrate into today’s lifestyles.

Further enhancing the show, a daily educational lecture series will feature industry experts offering their extensive knowledge on a variety of captivating topics. Free and open to the public, the lectures will be headlined by industry experts such as Edward Faber of Aaron Faber Gallery New York and John Atzbach of John Atzbach Imperial Russian Antiques & Art.

For more information:
Tel. 561.822.5440