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Time: January 21, 2009 at 9am to January 25, 2009 at 5pm
Location: The National Academy Museum and School of Fine Arts
Street: 1083 Fifth Avenue
City/Town: New York City
Website or Map: http://www.caskeylees.com/sho…
Event Type: Antique, Fair, /, Show
Organized By: Caskey Lees Inc.
Latest Activity: Jan 15, 2009
January 21st - 25th, 2009
The National Academy Museum and School of Fine Arts, New York, NY
This is New York's first major show and sale of ceramics, glass and enamels featuring at least 40 prominent English, European and American galleries/dealers of museum quality antique and contemporary ceramics. Held at The National Academy Museum and School of Fine Arts our exhibitors offer exquisite examples of decorative art objects from the earliest Classical periods to the finest of contemporary Studio Pottery, porcelain, glass and enamels.
This stunning show is vetted by a jury of professionals prior to its opening therefore you can feel confident to find the presence of first-class dealers/galleries from around the world displaying both authentic antique art and contemporary ceramics. While everyone is welcome this sale is especially suited for collectors, connoisseurs and museum curators.
Although we do not guarantee what any given gallery/dealer might bring each year, we would like to provide you with a short list of artifacts that have graced the exhibit in the past to enhance the beauty and purchasing potential of the show: American salt glaze, stoneware; American ceramics, porcelain, pottery as well as contemporary teapots. There have been Art Nouveau tiles; Chinese, English, Japanese and/or Continental porcelain, enamel, ceramics, art pottery and glass; Art Nouveau ceramics; Baccarat glass; creamware and pearlware; Chamberlain Worcester vases; Chelsea porcelain; China trade porcelain; Clarice Cliff; cloisonné; country French faience; Delftware; domestic stoneware; Dutch delft; enamel jewelry; famille rose; French Quimper; Fulper; Han and Tang dynasty pottery, Hirado porcelain of Japan, historical blue-white; Japanese cloisonné, ceramics and export; Italian glass, Longwy, Liverpool china and porcelain; majolica; Mason's ironstone; Meissen and Dresden; mocha; modernism ceramics; Sevres; stirrup cups; Staffordshire pottery; Sandwich glass; stoneware; Steuben; studio pottery; Tiffany; Venini; Wedgwood and Worcester.
(Note: Entrance Fee, Fair organized by Caskey Lees Inc. No list of exhibitors provided. I went in 2006, was full of beautiful booths on 4 floors, all specialists in various fields of Ceramics.)