The event brings together antiques lovers, including well-known interior designers (think Nate Berkus, Steven Gambrel, Bunny Williams), for a special celebration of the Winter Antiques Show, which runs from January 25 - February 3. It's always a good time. Here's a taste of what you'll see at the show should you decide to attend.
George III Giltwood Mirrors. c. 1775. 54 1/2 in. h. x 27 in. w. Hyde Park Antiques.
Keshishian. An Art Deco/Modernist Movement runner made at the Wilton Royal Factory. Wessex, England. Designed by Marion Dorn (1896-1964). Signed: DORN. 15ft 5in x 3ft 5in.
William Zorach (American, 1887-1966). A Beautiful Bush in Bloom. 1912. Watercolor on paper. 8 1/2 x 11 in. Gerald Peters Gallery.
Triple sliding door wood cabinet. George Nakashima. American. 1968. East Indian laurel. Moderne Gallery.
Stack laminated walnut coffee table. Wendell Castle. American. 1977. Moderne Gallery.