January Antiques Show at Birchwood Manor
The January 4 and 5, 2014 Antiques Show at Birchwood Manor marks the 35th anniversary of this long-held tradition in excellence in antiques and fine art. This two-day event, showcased within the gracious and splendid Georgian mansion, the Birchwood Manor, is the perfect setting for a most extraordinary antiques experience. The overhead crystal chandeliers and luxurious ballrooms provide the perfect setting for the 80 fine antiques, vintage and fine art dealers that will be there offering furniture, silver, porcelain, pottery, jewelry, linens, glass, objets d’art, and of course, fine art, plus much more from around the world. From Art Deco to Art Nouveau, historic American and Continental, Asian and a bit of kitsch, it will all be here — but only the best. A look at some of the exhibitors to be on hand finds Marvin Baer of The Ivory Tower Antiques, specialist in Satsuma, Imari and other Japanese porcelains. From Bluebell (PA) will be Carol Kooperman who will captivate collectors with her exceptionally rich selection of Majolica and glass specialist Edward Sawicki of Memories. Turning to the jewelry, Brad Reh from Southampton (NY) will feature the finest vintage Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Buccellati and many more renowned designer pieces. In fine art, among the exceptional dealers featuring both American and European works will be Bill Union of Art & Antiques Gallery in Worcester (MA) who is showing the framed oil on canvas by Aldro Hibbard (American, 1886-1972) titled “Mt. Mansfield” pictured here.