Press Release  October 24, 2019

AADLA Fine Art & Antiques Show Promises Treasure for Every Taste

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Victorian Period Bracelet, England circa 1870. 18kt Gold & Micro Mosaic. Offered by James Robinson.

Rare and Rococo, Antique and Up-to-Date, Tribal and Traditional—There Is Something Outstanding for Every Taste at the 2019 Art and Antique Dealers League of America Fine Art & Antiques Show

New York: Autumn is in the air, and for fine and decorative-arts aficionados, the season signals a special appearance of eye-dazzling treasures as the Art and Antique Dealers League of America Fine Art & Antiques Show opens its doors for a five-day run starting October 31st. Every year, tastemakers, trendsetters and everyone who loves beautiful things know that the AADLA show is the place to cast eyes on unique wonderments not seen anywhere else. Taking place in Wallace Hall at the Church of St. Ignatius Loyola on Manhattan’s glamorous Upper East Side, AADLA is bursting this year, as always, with not-to-be-missed prizes.

Here are some highlights to whet your collecting appetite:

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What: An Octagonal Regency burr elm center table in the manner of
George Bullock
Why: The piece is an exceptional example of craftsmanship executed undoubtedly by a London workshop in the early 19th century after the designs of English cabinetmaker George Bullock.
Where: Hyde Park Antiques

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What: Washington Square Park by Johann Berthelsen (1883-1972)
Why: This charming oil on canvas utterly captures this centerpiece space of storied Greenwich Village.
Where: Rehs Gallery

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What: Saint Tropez, le port by Bernard Buffet (1928-1999)
Why: The artist captures the early morning, when he loved to stroll and stop to have a coffee at the famous Café Senequier.
Where: Galerie Rienzo, Ltd.

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What: An impressive oval rococo looking-glass crested with a double C-scrolls and holding an acanthus spray flanked by ho-ho birds over trailing vines with carved C-scrolls.
Why: You will rarely have a chance to cast your gaze upon your reflection in such a sumptuous mirror.
Where: Clinton Howell Antiques

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What: Victorian 18-karat gold and micro-mosaic bracelet made in England circa 1870, plus earrings circa 1875.
Why: Even though the pieces are more than 100 years old, their design would complement any contemporary ensemble.
Where: James Robinson, Inc.

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