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New York, NY, United States, 2006/04/27 - Among the 50 dealers from France, London, Belgium, Turkey, Switzerland and the US at The Spring International Art & Antique Show, April 28 – May 3 at the Seventh Regiment Armory.
There will be antique, estate and contemporary jewelry that perfectly fits into the Spring trend of layering different length necklaces – a la Coco Channel. Mixing diamonds, pearls, beads and chains in multi-layers will make any fashionista’s spring wardrobe complete.
Moira Cohen Ltd., from London, is bringing a selection of antique, art deco and enamel jewelry in addition to their own brand of diamonds by the yard. Moira is a London destination for royalty and international celebrities. They will bring a platinum and round brilliant and baguette cut diamond necklace (prices range from $30,000 to $80,000).
Sabbadini, a multi-generational Italian family business which is one of the leading designers of Italian jewellery. Sabbadini is based in Milan and New York, they are known for their original combinations of stones, both precious and semi-precious, blending shapes, colors and shades to create interesting harmonies. With prices ranging from $8,000 for coral and orange sapphires ring to $190,000 for an invisibly set large ruby “Rose” brooch with diamond leaves. A layered necklace they will be feature is momo coral with tanzanite rondellas for $31,500.
Among the fine estate jewelry, period & signed pieces that Hollis Reh & Shariff, of Southampon, will bring is a French Art Nouveau necklace of 18k yellow gold chains with garnets and long strands of Japanese pearls in various sizes. Hollis Reh, has been selling top quality estate and signed jewelry for over 2 decades to a clientele of international celebrities and socialites, stated "though the trends of the day may come and go, classic jewelry never goes out of style, like this spring's backward glance to Coco Chanel."
The Spring International Art & Antiques Show is one of the highest profile shows of the season, gathering the finest exhibitors from around the world. Over fifty dealers from England, France, Italy, Belgium, Switzerland, Canada and United States will bring quality collections spanning from antiquity to today, and include prime examples of period furniture, paintings and jewelry. This emphasizes the combination of styles and periods at the highest level.
The Spring International Art & Antique Show is taking place April 28 through May 3, 2006 at the Seventh Regiment Armory, Park Avenue & 67th Street. On Thursday, April 27th, the New York International Art & Antiques Show’s Preview Party will be held for the Lenox Hill Neighborhood House.
When: Friday, April 28th – Wednesday, May 3rd
Ticket Price: $15 - Dealers: 50
Where: Seventh Regiment Armory, Park Avenue & 67th St., NYC
SHOW TIMES: Friday, Saturday, Monday & Tuesday 11 am. to 8 pm. Sunday & Wednesday 11 am. to 6 pm.
ADMISSION: $15 (includes catalogue)
Benefit Preview: Thursday, April 27th The Lenox Hill Neighborhood House
SHOW Phone: 212-472-1180 (Advance) 914-698-3442.