Troy Osborne's booth at the 2015 Houston Antiques + Art + Design Show.

Back in 2014, Dolphin Promotions—the Illinois-based production company behind LA20/21: Los Angeles Modernism Show & Sale and the Palm Springs Modernism Show & Sale—acquired the venerable Houston Antique Dealers Association (HADA) Antiques Show and rebranded it as the Houston Antiques + Art + Design Show. The event, which builds on the HADA Antiques Show’s fifty-year legacy, presents a sweeping selection of treasures from the past five centuries.

Held at Silver Street Studios—a sprawling complex in the heart of Houston—from September 8-11, the Houston Antiques + Art + Design Show will feature forty exhibitors from the United States and beyond. Local dealers, such Antiques of River Oaks, Atelier 1505, David Lackey Antiques & Art, and Golden Chances, will mingle with exhibitors from further afoot, including Art Link International of Lake Worth, Florida, and Los Angeles’ Jacob’s Diamond & Estate Jewelry. In addition to antique furniture, fine art, and modern design, the Houston Antiques + Art + Design Show will feature a stunning selection of jewelry, including masterpieces by David Webb from  Benchmark of Palm Beach.

18K micro-hammer finish earrings by David Webb. Offered by Benchmark of Palm Beach.

Among this year’s programming highlights is the Monogram Modern Home Tour courtesy of DWELL magazine. Guests will be able to explore a 600-square-foot modular unit conceived and created by DWELL and Method Homes—a national prefab home company based in Seattle, Washington. The display will feature interiors by local interior architect M. Shane Cook that prove that you don't need a lot of square footage to live stylishly and efficiently. The event will also include the introduction of the Houston Antiques + Art + Design Show Design Council—a show ambassador group comprising Houston-area design professionals who will be on hand on Friday, September 9,  to lead visitors on tours of the show floor.

The Houston Antiques + Art + Design Show will kick off with a preview gala on Thursday, September 8. Proceeds from the event will benefit Preservation Houston—a not-for-profit responsible for preserving the city’s historic structures, landmarks, and neighborhoods. For more information about the Houston Antiques + Art + Design Show, please click here.