The San Francisco Fall Antiques Show

Thursday, 26 October 2017 - Sunday, 29 October 2017

The San Francisco Fall Art & Antiques Show is the oldest continuously operating international art and antiques show on the West Coast. The Show features approximately sixty dealers from across the United States and Europe, offering for sale an extraordinary range of fine and decorative arts from around the world representing all styles and periods, including furniture, silver, ceramics, glass, jewelry, rugs, textiles, paintings, prints, photography, books, sculpture and objets d’art.

Fort Mason Center
Marina Blvd
San Francisco

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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 Gilt Bronze Garniture de Cheminee
  • A Highly Decorative Wine Cooler in the Graeco-Roman Taste
  • A Very Rare Monumental 36 inch Terraqueous Library Globe by John Addison and G. & J. Cary, Supplied to Jesus College Oxford
  • 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
  • An Antique Crystal Glass and Ormolu Decanter Set
  • A Pair of Console Tables in the Neoclassical Style Firmly Attributed to Edwards & Roberts
  • An Elegant Regency Period Chaise Longue
  • An Ormolu Carriage Clock in the Louis XV Manner
  • A Petit Satinwood Bookcase in the Neo-Classical Style
  • A Satinwood and Ormolu Folio Cabinet
  • A Pair of Étagères
  • An Irish Looking Glass in the Rococo Manner of Thomas Johnson Probably by Butler of Dublin
  • A Pair of Display Vitrines in the Early Georgian Manner Probably by Lengyon & Morant
  • A Stately Home Sized Regency Convex Mirror
  • A Giltwood Mirror in the George III Style
  • A Fine Marquetry Centre Table by James Plucknett of Warwick
  • A Sterling Silver Mid Nineteenth Century Epergne By Stephen Smith & William Nicholson
  • An Antique Satinwood Library Bookcase