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Palm Beach Art, Antiques & Design Show

Friday, 15 December 2017 - Sunday, 17 December 2017 Friday 15th December 12pm - 9pm, Saturday 16th December 10am - 8pm, Sunday 17th December 12pm - 6pm


The Palm Beach Art, Antique & Design Show will debut this December 15-17, 2017 at the new Palm Beach Art, Antique & Design Showroom, 500 N. Dixie Hwy Lake Worth FL 33460. The Fall Palm Beach Design Show is the latest addition to the Palm Beach Show Group’s portfolio of fine art, antique and jewelry shows, and will provide collectors with the opportunity to attend an exclusive weekend event featuring an expanded selection of curated items from permanent and visiting exhibitors.

500 N Dixie Highway
Lake Worth
33460 FL
United States

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Exhibited works

  • A Very Fine Writing Desk Firmly Attributed to Wright & Mansfield
  • A Fine Hall Lantern in the Neo Classical Adam Manner
  • A Pair of Plated and Parcel Gilt Candelabra by Elkington and Co
  • A Pair of Decorated Tole Ware Pedestals
  • A Gilt Bronze Garniture de Cheminee
  • A Good Nineteenth Century Music Stand by Howard & Sons of Berners Street London
  • A Highly Decorative Wine Cooler in the Graeco-Roman Taste
  • A Fine Card Table in the Louis XVIth Manner
  • A Very Rare Monumental 36 inch Terraqueous Library Globe by John Addison and G. & J. Cary, Supplied to Jesus College Oxford
  • A Pair of Fauteuils in the Louis XVI Manner
  • A Giltwood Sofa in the Louis XVI Manner
  • A French Console-Desserte of the Directoire Period
  • ‘The Beautiful Bandurria Player’ Painting by Raimundo de Madrazo y Garretta
  • Painted Mahogany and Satinwood Side Cabinet in the Adams Manner
  • A Fine Pair of Marquetry Side Cabinets
  • A Very Fine Centre Table Stamped for James Winter & Sons, Wardour Street, London
  • A Five Fold Screen in the Early Romantic Manner
  • An Antique Crystal Glass and Ormolu Decanter Set
  • A Fine & Rare Erotic Viennese Bronze Table Lamp By Franz Bergman
  • A Royal Table Made by Morel & Seddon for Windsor Castle
  • An Ormolu and Porcelain Mantle Clock Retailed by E&S Watson of London
  • A Marble and Bronze Neo-Classical Portrait of King Louis XVI
  • A Pair of Console Tables in the Neoclassical Style Firmly Attributed to Edwards & Roberts
  • Pair of Petit Bibliotheques in the manner of Adam Weisweiler
  • An Elegant Regency Period Chaise Longue
  • A Side Cabinet of the French Second Empire Period In the Manner of Befort Jeune
  • A Library Table of the Regency Period in the Manner of Marsh & Tatham
  • Ormolu Carriage Clock in the Louis XV Manner
  • Pair of Gilt Bronze Candelabra of the William IV Period
  • A ‘Grand Tour’ Micromosaic Casket
  • An Antique Satinwood Library Bookcase
  • Petit Satinwood Bookcase in the Neo-Classical Style
  • A Shaped Centre Table by Gillows
  • A Pair of French Empire Giltwood Armchairs
  • A Decorative Occasional Table
  • A Satinwood and Ormolu Folio Cabinet
  • Pair of Étagères
  • Pair of Ebonised and Brass Side Cabinets in the Manner of Andre Charles Boulle
  • A Gueridon in the Louis XVI Manner
  • An Irish Looking Glass in the Rococo Manner of Thomas Johnson Probably by Butler of Dublin
  • Pair of Rococo 18th Century Northern Italian Console Tables
  • A Stately Home Sized Regency Convex Mirror
  • A Pair of Giltwood Mirrors in the George III Style
  • A Sterling Silver Mid Nineteenth Century Epergne By Stephen Smith & William Nicholson
  • A French Kingwood Parquetry and Ormolu Mounted Vitrine
  • Thuya and Gilt Bronze Vitrine in the manner of Holland & Sons
  • A Floral Marquetry and Bronze Mounted Credenza
  • Pair of Orientalist Bronzes by Jean Jules Salmson
  • A Fine Louis XV Style Side Cabinet in the Manner of J-E. Zwiener
  • An Attractive Pair of Side Tables In the Louis XV/XVI Manner
  • French Ormolu & Enamel Clock Garniture Retailed by Theodore Starr and Co, New York
  • A Writing Table Firmly Attributed to Donald Ross of London
  • A Cabinet Bookcase By Morant & Co, London
  • A Library Centre Table in the Louis XVI Manner
  • A Pair of Display Vitrines in the Early Georgian Manner Probably by Lengyon & Morant