The Original Miami Beach Antique Show, widely recognized as the most important trade show in the industry, returns to the Miami Beach Convention Center, Jan. 31-Feb. 04, 2013, for it’s 52nd year. The largest antique exhibition in the world, the Miami Beach Show is unparallelled for variety and quality, featuring elegant 17th-19th century furniture, high-quality American and European silver, exquisite time pieces and much more from over 800 dealers from 22 countries. As per every year, nearly half the dealers of The Manhattan Art & Antiques Center, many of whom are top of their field, head down to sunny Florida to exhibit their pieces. You can see some of our participating dealers below.
European Decorative Arts
European Decorative Arts specializes in the finest European ivory carvings as well as objects of vertu (enamels and hardstone carvings) and decorative carriage clocks. You can see a detailed view of the charming ivory group above and other pieces here.
AAA Silver/Nathan Horowicz
AAA Silver/Nathan Horowicz Antiques Inc. has earned the honor of being considered among the country’s finest antique silver shops. Nathan and his family have been in the antiques business since the 1920’s and have been established at the Manhattan Art & Antiques Center for over 20 years. Specializing in estate silver, the showroom showcases candelabras, tea services, holloware, flatware, Judaica, Tiffany and Georg Jensen among many styles and varieties of exquisite silver. See a detail of the piece above here.
Robert Lloyd, Inc.
Established in 1985, Robert Lloyd Inc. is one of the leading sources for early American silver. Robert Lloyd showcases 16th to early 19th century English silver, 18th century American silver as well as museum quality objects, such as the early American fire bucket above. Robert Llyod will also be participating in the prestigious American International Fine Art Fair (Feb. 5-10) in Palm Beach this year. See more of their pieces here.
RDM Fine Art
RDM Fine Art specializes in 19th century Russian and European furniture and Fine and Decorative art, including an array of paintings by important figures such as David Burliuk, often dubbed “the father of Russian Futurism.” RDM Fine Art will also be participating in renowned Palm Beach Show (Feb.15-19). You can see their collection here.
Hadassa Antiques has over four generations of experience in Bohemian glass, Louis XVI Style furniture, antique porcelains, lighting, sculpture, paintings and objects of art. All their items are selected with expert connoisseurship and an eye toward unique pieces. You can see more of Hadassa Antiques’ unusual and timeless pieces here.
A second generation antique shop, Bella Antiques features exquisite Meissen porcelain as well as 19th and 20th century American and European paintings. Detail of this item here.
For over 30 years and spanning two generations, Sakai Antiques has offered a fine array of 18th & 19th century European works of art, antiques and decorative pieces, 19th century European furniture and decorative works of art, Asian antiques, European silver and paintings. You can see a detailed view of these expressive cherubs here.
For five generations, Alexander’s Antiques has been specializing in Art Deco, 18th, 19th and 20th century chandeliers, lighting, sculpture, clocks, ivory, furniture, paintings, jewelry and decorative objects. You can see their variety of pieces here.