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The Spring Show NYC

A rare and extraordinary pair of George III marquetry tables attributed to John Linnell, each with crossbanded marquetry tops centred with flowerheads, each frieze with gilt metal borders and trompe l’oeil flutes and paterai, on square tapered legs with entwined marquetry headed by husks, on ormolu stopped spade feet. Circa 1780, H. 33½, D. 20½, W. 51½ inches. Courtesy  of Clinton Howell Antiques. A rare and extraordinary pair of George III marquetry tables attributed to John Linnell, each with crossbanded marquetry tops centred with flowerheads, each frieze with gilt metal borders and trompe l’oeil flutes and paterai, on square tapered legs with entwined marquetry headed by husks, on ormolu stopped spade feet. Circa 1780, H. 33½, D. 20½, W. 51½ inches. Courtesy of Clinton Howell Antiques.

April 28—May, 2011
Park Avenue Armory at 67th Street, NYC
For information call 707.343.1301 or visit www.springshownyc.com

The Art and Antique Dealers League of America (AADLA) are proud to announce a brand new art fair opening in April 2011. The Spring Show NYC will feature over fifty-five top-notch dealers, many of whom are members of the esteemed AADLA. Taking place during Art and Antiques Week in New York, Clinton Howell, the League’s President, thinks that the show will stand out from the crowd. Howell says, “The Spring Show has an outstanding line-up and I think it will generate new interest in art and antique fairs in New York City.” The League will offer a guide listing all of the satellite events that will take place around Manhattan that week. Appealing to all tastes, The Spring Show NYC will include fine and decorative arts, rare books, and tapestries. The works which range from antiquities to twentieth century masterworks will all be vetted by a panel of experts for authenticity and comprehensive labeling. Exhibiting dealers include Mary Helen McCoy, Thomas Colville, Questroyal, Leo Kaplan, and Charles and Rebekkah Clark. An opening night benefit preview will be held on April 27, 2011 at the Armory. Sponsored by the online luxury marketplace for antiques, estate and fine jewelry, vintage couture and fine art, 1stdibs.com, the preview’s proceeds will all go to the ASPCA. The renowned interior designer, Lars Bolander, will apply his signature style of combining antiques with whimsical decorative objects to create a dramatic mise-en-scene at the Armory for the duration of the show.

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