The Diakosmisi Occasional Tables by Timothy Schreiber feature tripod bodies with a Gustav Klimt-Inspired textural design with a smooth polished top. Hand made by the artist in the UK. The tables are sold separately or as a pair. Courtesy of Van Den Akker Antiques & Mid Century Modern – Studio Van den Akker Custom.

Incollect Celebrates 100 Years of Design at the Winter Show in New York 

What happens when you put two of the largest, most prestigious marketplaces for art, design and antiques together? Answer: You get “100 Years of Design,” an elegant and tightly curated booth organized by Incollect, the premier website for collectible art and design, now on display at the revered Winter Show in New York.

The booth is designed to showcase some of the best design and decorative arts of the 20th and 21st centuries with a selection of more than three dozen pieces from Incollect dealers. The pieces, from Europe and the Americas, range in date from 1924 to 2024 and together celebrate a century of design.  

Left: Fine patch welded steel cabinet by Paul Evans, 1972. Courtesy of Milord Antiques. Right: French Inlaid Cabinet by Michel Dufet. The variegated marble top supported by a richly carved oak case with two elegantly rendered sycamore marquetry in doors. Courtesy of Guy Regal.

Left: Rare side table in patinated bronze and pewter with classical Roman female nude motif in hand-painted enamels by Philip & Kelvin LaVerne, American 1960's (signed “Philip Kelvin LaVerne” on top). The patination is stunning on this table and the etched female nudes are sublime. Striations in base are meant to resemble a wood pedestal. Courtesy of Lobel Modern. Right: Conoid Side Table by American master woodworker and designer George Nakashima is formed by a live-edge slab of American Black Walnut with sap grain detail and natural openings, with separations in the highly figured grain bridged by one rosewood butterfly. Courtesy of Lillian Nassau LLC.

Left: Pair of “Fiori” wall sconces by Jacques Jarrige. Inspired by Karl Blossfeldt’s photographs of flora, this unique pair of wall lights are cut from one sheet of brass. Without discarding any of it, the artist, in dialogue with the material, twisted and hammered it by hand to shape each light. The result is a sculptural work that seems in movement as the branches of a tree. Courtesy of Valerie Goodman gallery. Right: Pair of Gabriella Crespi wall sconces. Lacquered Brass. Signature stamped in metal. Courtesy of Karl Kemp Antiques

Contemporary Custom Round Concave Mirror in Azure by Effetto Vetro. Courtesy of soyun k.

The booth is organized by John Smiroldo, founder of Incollect in collaboration with dealers from the website. “We are most grateful to the Incollect dealers who are offering these works. Their passion, their expert scholarship, and brilliant curation are evident in the quality and rarity of pieces,” Smiroldo says. 

Taking place this year January 19–28, The Winter Show is the largest, most important antique, design, and fine art fair in the United States in terms of the quality of exhibitors and the material they bring for display. Every object is vetted for its authenticity, date, and condition by a committee of over 100 experts drawn from the United States and Europe. “The 70th Anniversary edition continues to exceed expectations with the quality of works dealers are bringing,” fair director Helen Allen says. 

Objects on display in the Incollect booth (B12) celebrate the unrestrained luxury of French Art Deco, the exuberance of Post-War Italian design, the sleekness of form in French Mid-Century style, and the verve of Brazilian Modernism. There are also rare and important works from the American Studio Craft Movement, pieces reflecting the glamor and elegance of Hollywood Regency style, and unique, limited edition contemporary collectible design. 

Left: Gemini coffee table by Jean-Yves Lanvin. The three triangular legs are made of aluminum with a hand-hammered bronze patina finish. The top is made of a 1.574 inch thick slab of rock crystal. Courtesy of Boccara Gallery. Right: Stunning Large Mirror attributed to Giovanni Gariboldi, Italy ca. 1950. A large and handsome rectangular mirror, beautifully engraved with delicately shaded ribbon decor embellished with Gariboldi's beloved gilt oak leaf motif, encased in a brass frame with rounded corners. Courtesy of L'Art De Vivre.

Left: George Nakashima, Amobea Nesting Tables, 1987. American Black Walnut. Originally designed in 1951. This is a trio of tables which are designed to nest into each other while revealing a single free-edge along the front of the table. Courtesy of Moderne Gallery. Right: Rare Wing Back Lounge Chair by Renzo Zavanella. Wood, fabric. A rare and expressive form. A theme that defines many of Zavanella's furniture pieces. Zavanella, who began his career working in the studio of Gio Ponti and Emilio Lancia & designed unique works for many of his projects. Courtesy of Donzella.

Mid-Century Modern "Curva" Chair by Brazilian Designer Joaquim Tenreiro, 1960s. This stunning chair, designed circa 1960s by the great name of Brazilian Mid-Century Modern Design, Joaquim Tenreiro, showcase the great attention to detail and sculptural craftsmanship that Tenreiro's work is famous for. Courtesy of Equinoctial.

Left:  Rare tall standing lamp 'Siluro' with yellow and white Perspex shades encaged in black enameled steel rods with brass fittings and marble base by Angelo Lelii for Arredoluce. Model No. 12628. Italy c. 1957. Courtesy of Eric Appel LLC. Center: Bronze Andrew Lord floor lamp with verdigris patina and unique tea-stained papier-mâché shade. English, 1989. Signed: Andrew Lord 1989 5/10. Courtesy of Liz O'Brien. Right: Harry Bertoia (1915–1978), Monumental Sonambient, circa 1970s. Inconel on brass plate. Comprised of 49 rods in a 7 x 7 layout with cattails. Courtesy of Lost City Arts.

Lighting is a major feature of the Incollect booth with several iconic designs on display from such important names in the history of designs as Gabriella Crespi (Italian, 1922–2017), Garouste & Bonetti, Jacques Jarrige (French, b. 1962), and Angelo Lelli (Italian, 1911–1979). Andrew Lord (British, b. 1950), the ceramic artist, is also represented here with an outstanding, unique standing floor lamp made of solid cast bronze and a hand-made papier-mâché shade.

“Each of these items is an expression of the designer’s unique vision, and each evokes its moment in time, and the timeless appeal of a truly beautiful work of art,” Smiroldo says. The works in the booth — and several thousand more — can be discovered on

Selections From: 

Boccara Gallery 



Eric Appel

The Gallery at 200 Lex 

Guy Regal

Karl Kemp Antiques 

L’Art De Vivre

Lillian Nassau LLC 

Liz O’Brien

Lobel Modern 

Lost City Arts 

Milord Antiques 

Moderne Gallery 

soyun k

Valerie Goodman Gallery 

Van den Akker

Featured Artists: 

Harry Bertoia (American, 1915–1978) 

Gabriella Crespi (Italian, 1922–2017) 

Michel Dufet (French, 1888–1985)

Paul Evans (American, 1931–1987) 

Garouste & Bonetti (French, est. 1981) 

Giovanni Gariboldi (Italian, 1908–1971) 

Pierre Guariche (French, 1926–1995) 

Estelle Halper (American, 1918–1980) 

Bill Hudnut (American, b. 1962)

Max Ingrand (French, 1908–1969)

Jacques Jarrige (French, b. 1962)

Jean-Yves Lanvin (French, b. 1965)

Philip (1907–1987) and Kelvin LaVerne (American, b. 1937) 

Fernand Léger (French, 1881–1955)

Angelo Lelli (Italian, 1911–1979)

Andrew Lord (British, b. 1950)

George Nakashima (American, 1905–1990)

Studio Palatin (American, Barbara Palatin-Doyle, b. 1967)

Tommi Parzinger (American, 1903–1981)

Gio Ponti (Italian, 1891–1979)

Phillip Lloyd Powell (American, 1919–2008)

Timothy Schreiber (German, b. 1973)

Edwin (1910–2008) and Mary (American, 1908–2007) Scheier

Lorin Silverman (American, b. 1987)

Karl Springer (American, 1931–1991)

Marie Suri (American, b. 1961)

Joaquim Tenreiro (Portuguese, 1906–1992)

Venini (Italian, est. 1921)

Effetto Vetro (Italian, est. 2104)

Renzo Zavanella (Italian, 1900–1988)


The Winter Show runs January 19 – 28, 2024, at the Park Avenue Armory, 67th Street and Park Avenue, New York.

Daily admission is $40 ($30 advance purchase). To purchase tickets for the Opening Night Party on January 19, 2023, email, call 718.292.7392, or visit


Opening Night Party

Thursday, January 18, 2024, 5 – 9 PM 

Daily Admission

Friday, January 19 – Sunday, January 28, 2024

Opens daily at 12 PM

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Young Collectors Night

Thursday, January 25, 2024, 6 – 9 PM 

Connoisseurs Night

Friday, January 26, 2024, 5:30 – 8 PM