MORRISTOWN ARMORY ANTIQUES SHOW TO OFFER THE FINEST IN ANTIQUES FROM OVER 100 HAND-SELECTED DEALERS Morristown, NJ — Rich history and style, American, European and Asian, will come together to create the highly anticipated Morristown Armory Antiques Show which will be held Saturday and Sunday, Novem
News-Antique.com - Oct 03,2009 - MORRISTOWN ARMORY ANTIQUES SHOW TO OFFER THE FINEST IN ANTIQUES FROM OVER 100 HAND-SELECTED DEALERS
Morristown, NJ — Rich history and style, American, European and Asian, will come together to create the highly anticipated Morristown Armory Antiques Show which will be held Saturday and Sunday, November 7th and 8th, 2009. Exceptional art, antique furnishings, porcelain, pottery and jewelry are just a glimpse at what shoppers can expect to immerse themselves in for these two important days. Show promoter Allison Kohler, JMK Shows, is extremely excited about this year’s event and the over 100 hand-selected antiques dealers that will be selling at the show. The best of the best will fill the Armory attracting both savvy buyers and those looking to incorporate the rich style of antiques into their interior décor. The good balance of dealers and style of merchandise will leave no one disappointed.
Among the dealers that will highlight this two-day event is Joseph J. Lodge, known throughout the Northeast for his exclusive and carefully selected early American furniture, folk art and weathervanes. Among the pieces he will have at the show is an early 19th century small Pennsylvania Dutch cupboard in original red paint and a late 19th century full-bodied running fox weather vane.
Specialists in European Pottery, Cara Antiques, will impress collectors, both experienced and novice, with their extensive and important collections of Clarice Cliff and Majolica as well as Moorcroft and Gouda.
Art glass aficionados will be overwhelmed by the colors, designs and quality in the selection coming from renowned dealer Myers-Huffman of Los Angeles. From Lalique to Italian glass makers such as Venni and Martens, only the finest will be offered.
Shoppers looking for the exceptional in Period dining room furniture will be thrilled with the selection coming from Roger Winter. Among the pieces he will feature is a rare large Regency dining table measuring 78” in diameter and a two-pedestal Georgian dining table. A set of 8 Heplewhite shield-back dining chairs is exceptional as is the very rare Irish card table with carved eagle heads on the legs. Rounding out his fine collection will be a George III Heplewhite mahogany sideboard with inlaid satinwood panels, circa 1790-1800.
The richness and quality of James Wm. Lowery Fine Art and Antiques will be exemplified in his selection of furniture and objets d’art. Specializing in American pre-Industrial Revolution (1840) pieces, Lowery focuses on presenting antiques that represent exceptional form, design and integrity. Among the highlights of his offerings will be a set of four mahogany classical side chairs circa 1820-1825 and a fine quality American Chippendale highboy, circa 1750-1775.
John Wilson, Wilson Main Line Antiques will feature wonderfully diverse offerings of both fine English and Continental 18th and 19th century furniture and accessories.
For art aficionados, Piccolo Art will offer a fine array of figurative works by listed artists. Two works of note will be a wonderful Italianate style painting of a New England row house with flowers (American School) and an oil on canvas by Robert