Piccolo Art Prime for Princeton Piccolo Art has just completed a highly succesfull show at the Baltimore Summer Antique show over Labor Day.
The next highly antciipated show is the Princeton Antique Show
News-Antique.com - Sep 03,2008 - Piccolo Art has acquired a signifiacant number of new pieces for the Princeton show including waterco;ors,Pastels and portrait miniatures. Piccolo Art has a large stock of museum quality pieces.
HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF PRINCETON PREPARES FOR THE 2008 PRINCETON FALL ANTIQUES AND FINE ARTS SHOW
Princeton, NJ, June 2, 2008 – The Princeton Fall Antiques and Fine Arts Show is the Historical Society of Princeton’s most important fundraiser of the year. This year the event will be chaired by Princeton resident, Janet Giles.
“I am honored to be chairing this year’s Antiques Show. It has become the premier antiques event in New Jersey and it draws top quality dealers from around the country and visitors from around the region. Last year’s Show was our biggest and most successful and we are very excited to be building on that success” states Ms. Giles. Other Princetonians on the Antiques Show Steering Committee include: Midge Fleming, Dorothy Plohn, Kary Clancy and Jody Erdman.
Each year, the Historical Society of Princeton transforms 20,000 square feet of space at the Princeton Airport into a venue for 55 antiques and fine art dealers featuring 18th-20th century American and European furniture, important paintings, textiles, jewelry, vintage couture clothing and accessories, silver, ceramics, vintage posters, prints, vintage automobiles and much more. For the third consecutive year, the Show will be managed by Frank Gaglio of Barn Star Productions in Rhinebeck, New York.
The weekend kicks off with an elegant preview Gala on Friday night. Doors to the Show open to the public on Saturday morning through Sunday evening. The event also features a Sunday afternoon Appraisal Clinic hosted by Rago Arts and Auction Center of Lambertville. According to Erin Dougherty, Executive Director of the Historical Society of Princeton, “We build a city for the weekend here at Princeton Airport. Visitors can spend the day browsing the many beautiful antiques dealer booths, grab lunch in our gourmet café that will be provided by Chamber’s Walk of Lawrenceville, and have a family heirloom appraised. The entire community is invited to take part in this very special weekend.”