From exhibitor Carlton Hobbs

SAN FRANCISCO FALL ANTIQUES SHOW

  • Vetted in cooperation with the Antiques Dealers Association of California
  • October 28-31, 2010
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Fort Mason Center
Festival Pavilion
San Francisco, California

The oldest continuously operating international antiques show on the West Coast. The Show features approximately seventy dealers from across the United States and Europe, offering for sale an extraordinary range of fine and decorative arts representing all styles and periods including American, English, Continental, and Asian furniture, silver, ceramics, glass, jewelry, rugs, textiles, paintings, prints, and photographs. Opens at the Festival Pavilion, Fort Mason Center on October 28th to 31st, 2010, preview party 27th. Image shown: Carlton Hobbs will exhibit this Royal Painted Corner Cabinet attributed to Josephus Moy, probably Franconian, circa 1760, which has never been on public view before.

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