Incredible photo by Tony Filson at PopImpressKA's benefit and fashion show here last month!

Alexander's Antiques is one of our 5 dealers at the Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show! On until Feb 20th.

"Friday’s should be grand with Palatial Vases. Catch a glimpse of this beauty at the show!"

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Leah Gordon Talks Artist Jewelry by Dali, Picasso, Lichtenstein
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Gail King
· January 27, 2018
What a beautiful venue. Three floors elegantly styled and showcase
Alicja Cohen
· September 9, 2016
I did not just checked to Manhattan Art and Antquiques Center I am here for 33 years already selling American/ mostly Tiffany, Gorham, Durgin and other makers silver and European silver including Rus...sian objects of vertu, please visit me: at Alter silver Gallery
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Anthony Mammon
· December 13, 2016
Unbelievable selection. 1 City block, 3 floors full of antiques. A must visit
Jean Pol Vntgol
· April 17, 2015
Best place for Antiques in NY !!!
Dave Swabra DreamSoul
· May 11, 2014
Tonight’s (February 14th) preview party opens this year’s Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show – which features five of our dealers! The Palm Beach Group is “the Leader in Fine Art, Antique & Jewelry Shows from coast to coast across The United States”. The show runs until Tuesday, Feb 20...

#TimeTravelTuesday: With Sakai Antiques, Inc. in Gallery #9 and this 19th Century gilt-bronze and cloissone enamel Chinese centerpiece with dragon handles.

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Please find us and explore great food at Art of Food at Sotheby’s today. You will get a mug with our logo when you sign up!

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Single or coupled, there’s no better way to spend Valentine’s Day than taking in art – or oddities. Art Tours Since you already love art – why not learn about love through art! New York Historical Society has “The Loved and The Lost Tour: Stories of Romance Through History” which takes y...

You already love art - now learn about love through art! At New-York Historical Society's Valentine's event.

1940s glamour in front of antique appeal!

Beautiful photo taken here before January 25th's PopImpressKA's benefit show!

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Diana Madalina Puscasu is with Carol Williams Butler at Manhattan Art and Antiques Center.

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Thank you for this shot Joe Corbalis
PopImpressKA Art Couture
Designer: Olga Papkovitch

An intriguing evening at the ICP - International Center of Photography tonight!

"From cyborg erotics to reality TV, this interactive evening explores the visual culture of modern love."

Tue 6:30 PM ESTICP MuseumNew York, NY
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At Joseph Saidian & Sons in Gallery #48: "Something that probably belongs in a museum.

A HUGE pair of antique multi gem, enamel on gold tiger bracelets made in India,19th century.

From the Legendary Collection of the Nizam of Hyderabad"


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Visit: 1050 2nd Avenue (at 56th Street)

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A goldsmith "examines betrothal rings and the significance of gemstones in art of the Late Middle Ages and Early Renaissance." on The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York's blog:

"The symbolism of gemstones and precious metals represents love in many forms. In the place where two hands touch during the exchange of rings, we get a glimpse of the divine: the aspiration toward love without measure, valued beyond the physical attributes, transformed by the hand of the artist."

Donna Distefano is a master goldsmith and independent scholar who has lectured internationally on the specific symbolism of gold and gems referenced in the work of Dante Alighieri. She is currently recreating jewels from antiquity for the The Met Store.The tradition of exchanging rings as symbols of...

Visit Solomon Treasure in Gallery #64 - for four generations of exquisite European art & antiques.

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Pictured here (Clockwise from left): French Ormolu-Mounted Kingwood Vitrine by FRANCOIS LINKE; French Japonisme Bronze Tray by EDOUARD LIEVRE C. 1870; Rare and Important Sevres Style Jardiniere C. 1880.

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