Saturday, January 23, 2010

Winter Antiques Show Debuts in New York








Poison Ivy felt privileged to sneak a peek at the 56th Annual Winter Antique Show benefiting the Bronx's East Side House Settlement before it opened to the public Thursday.

With 75 exhibitors displaying collectibles from ancient Roman times to mid-century Modern, the Winter Antiques Show is the cream of the antiques crop!

Check out photos of some of our favorite pieces from the show above, descriptions below, and be sure to visit the Winter Antiques Show through January 31 at the Park Avenue Armory.

From top: Paul Howard Manship's "Monumental Vase" in Pink Tennessee Marble, assorted Sultepec masks and statues from 200 BCE, Aronson polychrome Delftware figurines, a Kentucky long rifle signed by William McClure (only $62,000!), Carswell Rush Berlin, Inc. mirror featuring yours truly, porcelain Japanesque clock c. 1870-80, and an English Regency games table by Phillip Colleck starting at $15,500.

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