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There is now only one major art and antiques show in Palm Beach, and that’s the Palm Beach Jewelry, Art and Antique Show (PBJAAS). The American International Fine Art Fair (AIFAF), which has always preceeded the PBJAAS, was recently cancelled after 18 years. Over the past ten years the PBJSAAS has continually grown as a result of CEO Scott Diament’s tireless pursuit to become one of the top shows in the world. John Smiroldo, CEO of InCollect and Antiques & Fine Art magazine remarked, “Scott’s unbridled enthusiasm and seemingly unlimited marketing budget is incredible. Scott truly believes in what he is doing. His promotion of his shows and the industry as a whole is unprecedented and extremely important to the trade.”

Scott Diamant, CEO of the PBSG, remarks “this is a phenomenal opportunity for us to make the show even stronger. We will use the extra time this year to enhance the look of the show and provide a true VIP experience for major collectors. Wait until you see what we do in 2016, it will be a game changer.”

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Tuesday, 08 October 2013 17:35

The Wilton Antiques Show is Back

The Wilton Historical Society and Barn Star Productions are proud to announce the new Wilton Fall Antiques Market, an exciting one day show we have all been waiting for to be held Sunday, October 27.

Wilton, Connecticut, long known for quality antiques and crafts fairs, will once again take center stage as collecting antiques is rejuvenated at the Wilton High School Field House. This convenient location made popular by respected show manager Marilyn Gould, contributed greatly over the years to the collections and educational pursuits of the Wilton Historical Society and will once again support their mission with this new event.

Barn Star Productions President, Frank Gaglio, said, “I remember with great reverence what it meant to exhibit at the Wilton Shows as I had participated myself for over fourteen years. As an exhibitor, having a Wilton show on your schedule meant the opportunity to bring wonderful objects that would be appreciated by sophisticated and adventurous collectors from New England, New York City, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. I always brought my best material to Wilton and seldom brought it home…that is what Wilton was about.”

The inaugural event will present 75+ exhibitors in walled booth settings fulfilling the expectations of former exhibitors and show attendees alike. Additionally, lower booth rental fees will make it easier for new exhibitors to participate in this coveted show environment. As a one day show, adding to your collection will have to be made in earnest as Monday it will all be gone.

Convenient free parking surrounds the Field House and a café will also be available to keep your shopping energy up. The show opens with one price admission, no early buyer’s fee, which gives every customer the opportunity to make a great buy.

Show hours will be Sunday, October 27: 9 am to 5 pm. Located at the Wilton High School Field House 395 Danbury Road, (Route 7 South), Wilton, CT.

For more information about the show visit or or call 845-876-0616.

For exhibitor information, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 845-876-0616 as space is limited.

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Jay St. Mark, LLc intends to promote a major, upscale two-day antiques show at the Westport Inn on Saturday, October 26 from 10AM to 7PM and Sunday, October 27 from 11AM to 5PM. The stately Westport Inn is strategically located at 1595 Post Road East (US 1), 1.5 miles from exits 18 and 19 from Interstate 95 in Westport, CT.

"This is going to be a cocktail party of a show reflecting the chic, verve and cachet of Westport" commented Jay St. Mark. American, European and foreign furniture, paintings, fine and decorative arts of the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries will be presented in room settings by a distinguished roster of dealers including Tucker Frey, George Subkoff, C.M. Leonard and Barbara Evans, Shaia Oriental Rugs of Williamsburg, VA, Hanes & Ruskin, Saje Americana Antiques, Zane Moss, J. Gallagher, Ed Weissman, Paul and Karen M. Wendhiser, Blue Heron Fine Art, Dona Kemetz, Joseph Chung, Vintage Poster Art, Fritz Rohn and Leonce Antiques among others.

Furthermore the show will be dedicated to one time Westport, CT residents F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald with a lecture scheduled for Sunday, October 27 dealing with the Fitzgeralds' days in Westport. The free lecture will be conducted by show promoter Jay St. Mark, ph.D. A full bar, hors d'oeuvres and restaurant will be available throughout the show's run. Admission is $10 with a discount for show cards and advertisements. Children under 12 are free as is parking.

Verbal appraisals will be available to the public at a cost of $10 per item (no firearms) from 1PM to 5PM Saturday, October 26 and 1PM to 5PM Sunday, October 27.

Jay St. Mark, LLc will also be producing a major New York City antiques show in January 2014.

Jay St. Mark, LLc can be reached at 203-426-4621 or by email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for further information.

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