Provident Jewelry


February 18 to February 22  2011 – Palm Beach County Convention Center

One of the most anticipated events of the season, the Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique show will return to the Palm Beach County Convention Center for its eighth year on Presidents’ Day weekend, February 18-22, 2011. The show, which features the collections of more than 180 renowned international dealers, attracts tens of thousands of private collectors, museum curators, investors and interior designers who are eager to search for treasures and purchase some of the most unique and coveted fine art, jewelry and antiques in the world.

“What makes this year’s Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show so spectacular is that we have the finest selection of estate, period and vintage jewelry that can be seen at any time, anywhere in the world,” said Kris Charamonde, managing partner of the Palm Beach Show Group. “We have assembled a group of the world’s most prominent estate jewelers in the show that includes Betteridge , Camilla Dietz Bergeron, Ltd., Fred Leighton, Hancocks, Pierre/Famille, Primavera Gallery, Macklowe Gallery, Neil Marrs, Nelson Rarities, Inc., Richters Jewels, Sandra Cronan, Ltd., Symbolic & Chase, Vendome and Veronique Bamps.”

In addition to the impressive array of estate jewelers participating in this year’s show, guests will also have the opportunity to view and purchase from the collections of A.B. Levy Palm Beach, Drucker Antiques, Lillian Nassau, LLC, M.S. Rau Antiques, T.K. Asian Antiquities, Rehs Galleries, Inc. and William Cook, just to name a few. Items at the show will span every genre, including fine art, vintage and estate jewelry, furniture, porcelain, Asian art, American and European silver, glass, textiles, American folk art and more, ranging from the antiquities to the 20th century.

Further enhancing the show, an exclusive, invitation-only Opening Night Private Preview Party benefiting the Historical Society of Palm Beach County will kick off the show on Friday, February 18, and an educational lecture series that is free and open to the public will feature industry experts offering their extensive knowledge on a variety of captivating topics.

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