A paint-decorated blanket chest on high scalloped feet, c. 1820. Offered by Jeff R. Bridgman Antiques.
Tiffany Studios Peony Table Lamp, American, circa 1906. Offered by Lillian Nassau, LLC.

The highly anticipated New York Art, Antique & Jewelry Show will open at the Park Avenue Armory on Friday, November 20, revealing a stunning array of items, including Asian antiquities, textiles, estate jewelry, prints, European and American furniture, and fine art ranging from classical to contemporary. The long-running event, which has been organized by the Palm Beach Show Group (PBSG) since 2014, has had all of its exhibitor space committed since June. According to Scott Diament, President and CEO of the PBSG, it was a “testament to the incredible collectors that attended the 2014 event and to the overall strategy of growth that the Palm Beach Show Group has pursued over the last four years culminating in a tremendously successful New York Park Avenue Armory Show.”

Guy Carleton Wiggins "Along 59th Street in Winter." Offered by Rehs Galleries.

Among the elite group of international dealers participating in the 2015 show are Camilla Dietz Bergeron (New York), Cavalier Galleries (Connecticut), Earle D. Vandekar of Knightsbridge (New York), J.S. Fearnley (Atlanta), Jeff R. Bridgman American Antiques (Pennsylvania), Lillian Nassau, LLC (New York), M.S. Rau Antiques (New Orleans), Pat Saling (New York), and Rehs Galleries (New York). Defined by the breadth, diversity and exceptional quality of its offerings, the New York Art, Antique & Jewelry Show is expected to to draw tens of thousands of discerning collectors, designers, curators, art advisors, and enthusiasts. Diament says, “This year we have the best and most diverse roster of international dealers ever put together under one roof. We are proud to bring the city a couture, European-inspired event that is befit for New York.”

Certified Burma Ruby Diamond Cluster Ear Pendants, England, 1880. Offered by Pat Saling.
Buccellati Diamond Gold Cuff Bracelet, Italy, 1950-2000. Offered by J.S. Fearnley.

For this year’s show, the PBSG has once again partnered with the New York School of Interior Design to create a stylish and elegant visitor experience. Four students were selected to design a bespoke Avant Garde entrance that leads to a rare Meiji period rotating pagoda presented by Wick Antiques (London). The show’s emphasis on design also plays a large role in its exceptional programming. Visitors will have a chance to tour the show floor alongside author, design consultant and TODAY show contributor Susanna Salk as well as attend discussions led by some of the industry's most influential tastemakers. Highlights include a panel discussion titled What’s Modern About Traditional Interiors,? which will explore how traditional design can fit into 21st century lifestyles, featuring designers Elizabeth Pyne, Alberto Villalobos, Robert Couturier, and Ronald Bricke, and a presentation where leading designers Ellie Cullman, Campion Platt, and Alex Papachristidis will share their favorite pieces from the fair. Both events will take place on  on Monday, November 23.

The New York Art, Antique & Jewelry Show will kick off with a Private Opening Night Preview Party for VIP guests on Friday, November 20, and will remain open to the public through Tuesday, November 24. For more information call 561.822.5440 or visit www.nyfallshow.com.