Piccolo Art Bounces into Baltimore (booth 1817) Piccolo Art the leading dealer in Portraits and Portrait Miniatures will be exhibiting at the Baltinore Summer Antique Show over Labor Day 2009 September 3-6 2009
News-Antique.com - Aug 08,2009 - Piccolo Art is very excited again to be visiting Baltimore over the Labor Day weekend 2009 september 3-6. Piccolo Art after a summer exhibiting both in Europe and the USA will be bringing a number of new goods to the show. Piccolo Art recently exhibited at the NEC Antiques for Everyone in Birmingham England. The show on opening day was as busy as anyone could remember with actual buying taking place.
Piccolo Art sold a number of paintings including watercolours by John Downman
Maryland's largest antiques event, now in its 29th year, is one of the most important antique events for collectors nationwide.
- 550 international dealers rom 35 States as well as Canada, England, Germany, Italy, South American and Asia.
- Thousands of patrons (knowledgeable collectors, dealers, decorators and shoppers) from all over North America, Europe and Asia attend each year. The attraction is the rare combination of huge variety, firs-class quality and affordable prices. The general range is $100 to $1 million.
The Antiques Show - 550 dealers offering the entire gamut of antiques from the antiquities to the 20th century, including the Deco and Modernist periods, featuring fine art and furniture in elegant, room-setting displays.
The Antiquarian Book Fair - 60 dealers offering rate books, first editions, fine manuscripts, autographs and unusual bibliographical material.
The range of antiques is enormous. Over two hundred thousand individual items in the show, included is furniture of all kinds, crystal, art glass, silver, ceramics, quilts, art deco, art nouveau, lamps, ethnic art, paintings, decoys, Chinese export, bronzes, music boxes, sewing collectibles, oriental rugs, textiles, posters, country store, antique armor and military, political memorabilia, nostalgia, advertising, jewelry, and much more. And everything is for sale.
Over Labor Day Weekend September 3 - 6, 2009
Thursday, September 3
12:00 noon – 8:00 pm
Friday, September 4 & Saturday, September 5
11:00 am – 7:00 pm
Sunday, September 6
11:00 am – 6:00 pm
The Baltimore Convention Center
Downtown at the Inner harbor
One West Pratt Street
At the corner of Howard Street
Two Main Entrances:
Pratt Street Lobby and Charles Street Lobby
Just off I-95, I-83 and I-70, the Convention Center is easy driving from the entire mid-Atlantic region.
Admission: $12 good for the run of the show
Palm Beach Show Group
500 North Dixie Hwy
Lake Worth, Florida 33460
Of Note: The Baltimore Summer antiques show has been described as a series of mini-shows painted on the main canvas.
It is the major silver show in the country with over 60 leading silver specialists ranging from early coin, Georgian, Irish, Russian, Victorian, to local Baltimore Stieff, modern Louis Tiffany and George Jensen.
Over 30 dealers specializing in Japanese and Chinese art create a mini Asian Arts show.
The same is true for Ceramics with over 70 exhibitors featuring outstanding examples of American, English and Continental porcelain and pottery from all periods.
The quality and quantity of antique and fine estate jewelry on offer is the