Wallace Hall Art, Design & Antiques Show

January 20–22, 2017

Friday 10am–7pm; Saturday 11am–6pm; Sunday 11am–5pm

St. Ignatius Loyola Church, 980 Park Avenue at 84th, New York, NY


This Tommi Parzinger card or small dining table & four double X back chairs, circa 1950, is offered by Glen Leroux Antiques, who will be exhibiting additional examples of midcentury modern design at the Wallace Hall Art, Design & Antiques Show this year.

With its vaulted ceilings and marble floors and columns, the iconic St. Ignatius Loyola Church will house the third annual Wallace Hall Art, Design & Antiques Show,in the heart of New York’s Upper East Side. The show will run on the same opening weekend of the Winter Antiques Show, just 17 blocks south on 67th and Park Ave. Just as it has the last two years, a shuttle bus will run a loop throughout the weekend between the Wallace Hall and Winter Antiques shows so that attendees can easily jet back and forth and see the best of what Antiques Week in New York has to offer.


Brad Reh, the show organizer, comments, “My favorite aspect is the small boutique nature of our show. With only about 35 dealers, each can shine in their own unique way with a great opportunity to achieve success. We have an eclectic array of dealers that has been very well received by the public.”

A Navajo Pictorial Sampler Rug offered by Marcy Burns American Indian Arts, who will be exhibiting Native American textiles and pottery at the Wallace Hall Show this year.
A Country Federal Pennsylvania Step Back Corner Cupboard offered by A Bird in Hand Antiques, showing fine folk art and American antiques at the Wallace Hall Show this year.

Everything from fine estate jewelry, Americana, fine art, decorative furniture, sculpture, African art, handmade antique rugs, fine antique wicker, objet d’art, and more will be available, at more accessible prices than the larger show down the street. New and returning exhibitors will be participating at this year’s show, including James Kochan Fine Art & Antiques, specializing in military and historic material, A Bird in Hand, showing fine folk art and American antiques, and Marcy Burns American Indian Arts, offering Native American textiles and pottery.

A striking Italian chrome chandelier, circa 1970s, offered by Andrew Spindler Antiques & Design, who will be exhibiting at the Wallace Hall Show this year.
This Georg Jensen Compote No. 285B is offered by Drucker Antiques, who will be exhibiting fine estate jewelry and other Georg Jensen silver at the Wallace Hall Show this year.

Andrew Spindler Antiques & Design, Drucker Antiques, and Glen Leroux Antiques will also be offering material in their areas of expertise. Says Brad Reh, “Andrew Spindler always surprises us with what he brings—his booth is always a hit. Drucker is very consistent with their fine estate jewelry and focus on Georg Jensen silver. Glen Leroux takes the large stage booth and creates room settings with his amazing mid-century pieces. He is an incredible designer.”


The Wallace Hall Art, Design & Antiques Show is just one of the shows Brad Reh and his wife, Vandy, put on together. The couple has been in the fine and estate jewelry business for more than 25 years. “Our vision is to put on a show that will appeal to the avid collector as well as the young couple decorating their first home. Decorators from the greater New York area to Chicago, L.A., and Texas have all raved about our show and assured us they intend to return this year,” says Reh.

The Wallace Hall Art, Design & Antiques Show in 2016. This period English Regency sideboard cabinet, or chiffonier, circa 1815, was exhibited in 2016 by Whitehall at the Villa Antiques.

One factor that is always consistent with this show is the incorporation of quality dealers who understand today’s market and know what people want. Every year, Brad and Vandy Reh cultivate their dealer list, and this year’s roster is stronger than ever before. If you are in New York celebrating Antiques Weekend, be sure to explore the Wallace Hall Art, Design & Antiques Show. To learn more about this event, call 203.920.1755 or visit www.RehShows.com.