We love the juxtaposition of modernity and antiquity that our exhibitors bring to The Antique & Design Center each April and October. It's all in the mix!
Mark your calendar now for April 12-18, 2018.
Photos by the talented Stacey Van Berkel.
As seen in the space of Whitehall Antiques during the Spring show. Early 20th C Chinese export cabbage leaf charger with post 1911 export mark. Elegantly decorated in famille verte.
|Mayfair Antiques I loved this Library art. Libraries used to have art collections that they would check out so that people that couldn't afford a real art collection could temporarily hang something beautiful in their home. What a wonderful idea. Art for everybody! Who knew?!?!|
|McDonough Fine Art with her beautiful collection of antique prints and works on paper.|
|Sandy Luther Antiques & Architecturals with her signature gilty pleasures.|
|lots of sold tags in B Kelley Antiques space (per the usual:))|
|Gorgeousness from Delray and Associates|
|Sweet details at A. Vincent Antiques|
|Details Details at Delray & Associates|
|Great art and more at Matheson's Fine Art and Antiques|
|Loft Antiques, I would call classic with a bit of edginess.|
|Kenny Ball Antiques beautiful blue and white dishes in a fabulous chinoiserie piece.|
|Gorgeous fragments from Maison de France Antiques|
|Trilogy Antiques (not our dealer but I loved his space! Maybe he could be convinced to join us in the future. :))|
|Gillian Bryce shows in High Point at 214 Modern Vintage and we got to visit with her and Susie Quillin of MiNTY (an ADC dealer) since Susie was helping her out that day. Love both of these ladies!|
|Sam at Lucky Fish Gallery helping a customer.|
|Craig Ringstad and Don Fields Antiques|
|In love with these intaglios on a pink background from A. Vincent Antiques|
|Old and Proud - Karen Berryman with her beautiful European delights.|
|Tusk Old World is always a show favorite.|
|LR Antiques surprises with this fun pop of yellow and red!|
|Tracy Collins's Fortuny pillow collection had already been whittled down when I arrived. Empty shelves and sold tags abound.|