The Avenue Antiques, Art and Design Show at The Armory has just wrapped up. The show has a world-class selection of treasures from many periods and style. With over 6o top tier exhibitors, lecturers, and book signings from the interior design community, there is something for everyone. Beginning with the entrance at The Armory, the grand iron gate and doors welcome you in high style.
I’ve selected a few of my favorite pieces from The Avenue Antiques, Art and Design Show to share with you.
Exquisite pieces of fine jewelry by Pat Saling . I love the coral & diamond Belperron, circa 1932 necklace. Diamonds are a girl’s best friend, a breath taking 1950’s fine Asscher Cut diamond ring. Nula and daughter, Clare, had a buzzing booth. This fabulous indigo purse caught my eye. Nula Thanhauser‘s, vintage purses are gorgeous. It’s all about the details. When it comes to setting the table or mantel, a fine pair of English Regency ormolu, bronze and cut crystal candlesticks would bring elegance to any room. Exhibitor, Philip Colleck Antiques.
Photography in black and white, Frank and Mia. Makes a great conversation piece. Exhibitor, Holden Luntz Gallery.
Brenner Valdez had an eye catching booth with orange painted walls and beautiful pieces. Blue and white porcelain is a favorite, more is better.
Oh, I wish I could surprise my triathlete at home with this beautiful sculpture. (I left him home watching the live streaming of the Ironman World Championships in Hawaii.) Deon Duncan, The Triathlete. Exhibitor, Arcadia Contemporary.
Round vertex mirror and porcelain platter with vibrant faux-malachite finish. Exhibitor, Milord Antiques.
More of the Avenue Antiquest Art and Design offerings can be viewed on the Show’s Pinterest boards.