The Winter Antiques Show at the Park Avenue Armory in New York City struck me as particularly stunning this year. Stephen Score's booth at the entrance was captivating, as was Elle Shushan's jewel box of a booth. David Schorsch's full court press of outstanding pieces were a knock out and there were many red stickers there. Olde Hope Antiques is a reliable source for over the top collector's pieces. Nathan Liverant & Son's booth was overflowing with show attendees. I was so busy talking to Kelly Kinzle, I forgot to snap a shot of his outstanding Reading, PA cabinet, entirely covered with exquisite marquetry. The Show continues until Sunday, January 28.
Charlie gazing at Stephen Score's booth.
Behold, the sign! Stephen Score's booth.
Charlie Hammell & Stephen Score in deep discussion.
Exterior of Elle Shushan's booth.
Feature wall of David Schorsch's booth.
Breathtaking detail of above Album Quilt. David Schorsch.
Another detail of the Album Quilt. David Schorsch.
I noticed the shadow first. Captivating hanging sculpture by Lee Bontecou.
Over the top Connecticut overmantel, Nathan Liverant & Son.
Another overmantel, this one from New York, in the pristine booth of Olde Hope Antiques.
Oh my! Double mocha jugs. Nathan Liverant & Son.
The perfect Shaker stack. Olde Hope Antiques.
For my musician friends, a European trade sign.