One of the most anticipated events of the season, the Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show will celebrate its eleventh year as a hallmark to the community when it returns to the Palm Beach County Convention Center on Presidents’ Day weekend, February 14-18. With the collections of more than 180 international exhibitors, the 2014 show will boast a stunning selection of art, antiques and jewelry and will draw tens of thousands of private collectors, museum curators, investors and interior designers eager to view and purchase some of the world’s most unique and coveted treasures.
A highlight of this year’s show will be the “Hope Designer Showcase,” curated by AD100 interior designer Scott Snyder. The exhibit will feature five room vignettes created by Snyder and other top interior designers, including Bruce Bierman, Jim Aman + John Meeks, and Campion Platt. The designers will utilize fine art, furniture and decorative accessories from exhibitors in the show to create beautiful spaces that exemplify how antiques integrate into today’s lifestyles.
Hope for Depression Research Foundation will be the beneficiary of Opening Night at the Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show held on February 14. The evening includes a champagne reception and the opportunity to be among the first to select from a wide array of fine art, antiques and contemporary and estate jewelry. Tickets are $100. HDRF is the most advanced depression research foundation with a mission to find the origins, a medical diagnosis, new medications and treatments, and an ultimate cure for depression, which is a major worldwide health problem.
Honorary Chairperson: Audrey Gruss, Founder & Chairman of Hope for Depression Research Foundation.
Chairpersons: Scott Snyder, HDRF Palm Beach Chairman; Scott Diament, President/CEO, Palm Beach Show Group; Rob Samuels, Vice-President, Palm Beach Show Group.
Major Sponsors include UBS Financial – The Barron Group.
Palm Beach County Convention Center
650 Okeechobee Blvd., West Palm Beach
561-822-5440 | palmbeachshow.com
The Shrewsbury Cabinet: a superb mid-nineteenth century Flemish cabinet on stand, from Alton Towers, seat of Lord Shrewsbury.