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THE SAN FR ANCISCO FALL ANTIQUES SHOW BENEFITING ENTERPRISE FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS 240 POST STREET • SAN FRANCISCO • 415.402.0476


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DATES thursday - sunday, october 22-25, 2015 TIMES daily: 10:30 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. sunday: noon - 5:00 p.m. LO CATION festival pavilion at fort mason center san francisco, california

Image, front cover and this page: Girandole, gilded wood, circa 1780, attributed to Robert Adam (1728-1792). Collection: ©Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, purchase of the Charles E. Merrill Trust and the Decorative Arts Fund. Cover background image: Hand painted scenic wallpaper by de Gournay; ‘Early Views of India’ in Sepia colourway.


C ONT E NT S Exhibitors Directory .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Letter from the EHSS Board President, Jeff Hocking .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Patrons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Volunteers, Staff and Partners .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 2014 Preview Gala Photos.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Acknowledgements from the Show Chair, Suzanne Tucker .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Sponsors and Cultural Partners . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Enterprise for High School Students: Jessica's Story . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Schedule of Programs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 A Look Back: Time After Time at the Fall Antiques Show . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Celebrating 100 Years of Georg Jensen at Gump's, S.L. Silverman . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 The Grand Entry Hall: A Passage Through Time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 L OAN EXHI BIT ION

TIME AFTER TIME

Bringing the Past Present

By Philip Bewley. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45

TH E LECTUR E S E R IES

From Downton to Gatsby: Jewellery and Fashion from 1890 to 1929, Andrew Prince . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58

Time Travel Through the Castles of France, Count Gonzague Saint Bris .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59

Souvenir - Avenir: Yesterday and What is to Come, Hutton Wilkinson and Flynn Kuhnert . . . . . . . . . . . . 60

The Timeless Legacy of Parish-Hadley: A Conversation with Bunny Williams and Brian J. McCarthy . . . . . 61

Designer Saturday

Designing with Antiques in a Contemporary World, Suzanne Rheinstein and Jeffry Weisman .. . . . . . . . . . 62

Love, American Style: Shingle Style Architecture, John Ike, Thomas A. Kligerman and Joel Barkley .. . . . . 63

Florists .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65 Exhibitors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67 Designers Circle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 129 Show Floor Plan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 250 Index to Advertisers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 252


EX H I BI TO R DIRE CTO RY Aedicule Antique frames

3225 Sacramento Street, San Francisco, California 94115

Almond + Company 20th-century furniture and contemporary art

111 Rhode Island Street, Suite 3, San Francisco, California 94103

American Garage Americana and folk art

1171 South Robertson Blvd., #526, Los Angeles, California 90035

The Ames Gallery

Contact

Booth Page

T: 415-771-5837 ae@aedicule.com aedicule.com

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T: 415-355-1200 info@almondhartzog.com almondandcompanysf.com

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T: 323-658-8100 9 gallery@americangarageantiques.com americangarageantiques.com

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T: 510-845-4949 info@amesgallery.com amesgallery.com

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T: 415-788-5115 info@aradergalleries.com aradergalleries.com

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T: 510-208-3640 info@artgiverny.com P.O. Box 10993, Oakland, California 94610 artgiverny.com

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Arthur Guy Kaplan Antiques

T: 410-752-2090 rkaplan8350@comcast.net

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T: 802-236-2342 carlstev@aol.com

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119

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T: 512-474-1700 info@lotusasianart.com 1009 West 6th Street, Austin, Texas 78703 lotusasianart.com

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Clinton Howell Antiques

T: 212-517-5879 clintonhowell@mindspring.com 30 East 95th Street, Apt. 5B, New York, New York 10028 clintonhowell.com

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Clive Devenish Antiques

T: 510-414-4545 clivedevenishantiques@comcast.net P.O. Box 6720, Incline Village, Nevada 89450 clivedevenishantiques.com

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Colonial Arts

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American folk art and outsider art

2661 Cedar Street, Berkeley, California 94708

Arader Galleries American furniture, prints and decorative arts

432 Jackson Street, San Francisco, California 94111

ArtGiverny

French and American Impressionists and Post-Impressionists

Georgian and Victorian jewelry

P.O. Box 1942, Baltimore, Maryland 21203

Carlson & Stevenson 19th-century Schoolgirl Art, early 20th-century original art and silver

P.O. Box 1113, Manchester Center, Vermont 05255-1113

Carlton Hobbs LLC

T: 212-423-9000 stefanie@carltonhobbs.com 60 East 93rd Street, New York, New York 10128 carltonhobbs.com 17th through 19th-century British and Continental furniture and works of art

The Cicero Collection

Asian and European furniture, antiquities and jewelry

Exceptional 18th-century English furniture

Antique toys and folk art, 18th and 19th-century English furniture and decorative arts

T: 415-505-0680

Spanish Colonial and Mexican folk art from the 18th, 19th and early 20th centuries info@colonialarts.com

151 Vermont Street, Suite 6, San Francisco, California 94103 colonialarts.com

Daniel Stein Antiques, Inc. English and Continental furniture, works of art, scientific instruments

458 Jackson Street, San Francisco, California 94111

David Brooker Fine Art Sporting and animal paintings

362 Pequot Avenue, Southport, Connecticut 06780 4

T: 415-956-5620 info@danielsteinantiques.com danielsteinantiques.com

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T: 203-232-2807 dbart1967@hotmail.com davidbrooker.com

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Contact

Doris Leslie Blau

Booth Page

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T: 415-864-6895 info@epocasf.com 1700 Sixteenth Street, San Francisco, California 94103 epocasf.com

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87

Finnegan Gallery

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120

T: 415-397-4986 info@fostergwin.com fostergwin.com

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T: 206-270-8888 info@galenlowe.com galenlowe.com

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74

T: 415-984-1928 info@gallery925.com gallery925.com

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102

T: 212-582-2505 | 310-463-0031 info@haydenandfandetta.com haydenandfandettararebooks.com

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T: 212-586-5511 rs@dorisleslieblau.com 306 East 61st Street, 7th Floor, New York, New York 10065 dorisleslieblau.com Antique European rugs

epoca

Antique and especially 20th-century furniture, lighting and decorative objects

T: 312-738-9747 finnegangallery@sbcglobal.net finnegangallery.com

Period garden furniture, ornaments, architectural items

2025 West Fulton Street, Chicago, Illinois 60612

Foster-Gwin, Inc. European furniture, objects, works of art

38 Hotaling Place, San Francisco, California 94111

Galen Lowe Art and Antiques Asian and eclectic objects of art

P.O. Box 18734, Seattle, Washington 98118

Gallery 925 20th-century handmade silver; jewelry, holloware, cutlery

The Shreve Building, 210 Post Street, San Francisco, California 94108

Hayden & Fandetta Books Old, out of print and contemporary arts, design and garden books

410 Park Avenue, Suite 1500, New York, New York 10022

Il Segno del Tempo

T: +39 (02) 7209-3661 | +39 (02) 7209-3662 26 info@ilsegnodeltempo.com ilsegnodeltempo.com

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T: 310-795-6812 joey@joeyrichards.com 27 Fleet Street, Marina del Rey, California, 90292 joeyrichards.com

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James Sansum Fine and Decorative Art

T: 212-288-9455 info@jamessansum.com 33 East 68th Street, 6th Floor, New York, New York 10065 jamessansum.com

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Janice Paull

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T: 859-748-5628 info@jaynethompsonantiques.com 847 Kennedy Bridge Road, Harrodsburg, Kentucky 40330 jaynethompsonantiques.com

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Jeff R. Bridgman American Antiques

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European objects of art, curiosities, canes

Via Fiori Chiari, #20, Milano, 20121, Italy

Isaac & Ede

T: +44 (020) 7937-8878 info@isaacandede.com isaacandede.com

Antiquarian prints

81 Kensington Church Street, London, W8 4BG, England

J.R. Richards

Period Chinese ceramics and pottery, contemporary fine art

European furniture, Asian works of art, master drawings, contemporary art

T: +351 282-799-701 janice@janicepaull.com Aportado 130, EC Alvor, Algarve, Portmao, 8501-906, Portugal janicepaull.com English Ironstone China 1790-1850, oriental textiles and art

Jayne Thompson Antiques

18th and 19th-century English and Continental furniture and decorative arts

American folk art and flags

14 Franklin Church Road, Historic York County, Pennsylvania 17019

Jesse Davis Antiques

T: 717-502-1281 info@jeffbridgman.com jeffbridgman.com

T: +44 7831-496-516 jessedavis-antiques@talk21.com 10 Mina Road, London, SW19 3 AU, England jessedavisantiques.co.uk 19th-century majolica, Palissy ware and shellware

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Contact

Joel Cooner Gallery

Booth Page

T: 214-747-3603 joel.cooner.gallery@airmail.net 1601 Dragon Street, Dallas, Texas 75207 joelcooner.com

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John Berggruen Gallery

T: 415-781-4629 info@berggruen.com 228 Grant Avenue, San Francisco, California 94108 berggruen.com

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Kathleen Taylor - The Lotus Collection

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T: 310-822-9145 krmartindale@mac.com 1154 Grant Avenue, Venice, California 90291 krmartindale.com

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100

Lawrence Jeffrey

T: 860-567-5084 info@lawrencejeffrey.com 33 West Street, Litchfield, Connecticut 06759 lawrencejeffrey.com

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111

Lebreton Gallery

T: 415-291-8484 info@lebretongallery.com lebretongallery.com

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T: 212-249-8783 info@mallettantiques.com mallettantiques.com

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T: 917-414-1827 42 mpashby@michaelpashbyantiques.com 200 Lexington Avenue, 10th Floor, New York, New York 10016 michaelpashbyantiques.com

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Montgomery Gallery & Modern

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T: 713-621-3433 info@pastera.com 3433 West Alabama, Suite A, Houston, Texas 77027 pastera.com

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Patrick & Ondine Mestdagh

T: +32 (02) 511-1027 patrick.mestdagh@marine.be Rue des Minimes, 29, Bruxelles, Belgium 1000 patrickmestdagh.be

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Peter Fetterman Gallery

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T: 415-956-3300 info@peterpap.com 470 Jackson Street, San Francisco, California 94111 peterpap.com

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The Philadelphia Print Shop West

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African, Oceanic and Southeastern art

19th and 20th-century paintings, sculpture and works on paper

T: 415-398-8115 info@ktaylor-lotus.com 480 Gate Five Road, #109, Sausalito, California 94965 ktaylor-lotus.com Asian, European and ethnic textiles and tapestries

Kentshire

T: 212-421-1111 info@kentshire.com Bergdorf Goodman, 754 5th Avenue, New York, New York 10019 kentshire.com Fine antique and estate jewelry and object d’art

KR Martindale Gallery

Antique American Indian art

Antique through mid-century jewelry, objets de virtu

European 20th-century furniture, works of art

412 Jackson Street, San Francisco, California 94111

Mallett 18th and 19th-century European furniture, glass, objects d’art, Asian paintings

929 Madison Avenue, New York, New York 10014

Michael Pashby Antiques Fine English antiques

T: 415-788-8300 info@montgomerygallery.com montgomerygallery.com

19th and 20th-century American and European fine art

406 Jackson Street, San Francisco, California 94111

Past Era Antique Jewelry

17th through 20th-century fine antique jewelry

Fine antique weapons, jewelry and ethnographic objects

T: 310-453-6463 info@peterfetterman.com peterfetterman.com

19th and 20th-century photographs

2525 Michigan Avenue, A1, Santa Monica, California 90404

Peter Pap Oriental Rugs

Oriental and tribal carpets and textiles

T: 303-322-4757 lane@pps-west.com 201 Fillmore Street, #101, Denver, Colorado 80206 pps-west.com Antique prints, maps and related books

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Contact

Piraneseum

T: 510-332-3218 lucia@piraneseum.com Near San Francisco, California piraneseum.com

Booth Page

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Souvenirs of the Grand Tour, architectural paintings, models, graphics, decorative arts

Richard Gould Antiques English pottery and porcelain, Chinese export porcelain, boxes, objects de virtu

P.O. Box 641473, Los Angeles, California 90064

Roberto Freitas American Antiques & Decorative Arts

T: 310-440-9069 16 info@richardgouldantiques.com richardgouldantiques.com

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T: +33 (01) 5643-6670 steinitz@steinitz.fr 77 rue du Faubourg St. HonorĂŠ, Paris, 75008, France steinitz.fr

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T. Reggiardo Antiques

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T: 323-874-0008 info@vandeuren.com 7366 Santa Monica Boulevard, West Hollywood, California 90046 vandeuren.com

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William A. Karges Fine Art

T: 831-625-4226 pkraft@kargesfineart.com Dolores Street & 6th Avenue, Carmel, California 93921 kargesfineart.com

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William Siegal Gallery

T: 505-820-3300 info@williamsiegal.com 540 South Guadalupe, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501 williamsiegal.com

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Yew Tree House Antiques

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18th and 19th-century American furniture, folk art, marine art and decorative arts

156 Water Street, Stoning, Connecticut 06378

T: 860-535-1797 info@robertofreitas.com robertofreitas.com

Steinitz Gallery

17th and 18th-century European furniture, objects, sculptures, boiserie

T: 415-346-2333 info@treggiardoantiques.com 3599 Sacramento Street, San Francisco, California 94118 treggiardoantiques.com 18th and 19th-century English and Continental furniture and works of art

Thomas Murray Asiatica - Ethnographica

T: 415-332-3445 thomas@tmurrayarts.com 775 East Blithedale #321, Mill Valley, California 94941 tmurrayarts.com Asian and tribal art

Ursus Prints

T: 212-772-8787

16th through 19th-century English and European decorative works on paper, rare books ursus@ursusbooks.com

699 Madison Avenue, 3rd Floor, New York, New York 10065 ursusbooks.com

Vandeuren Galleries, Inc.

16th through 20th-century European furniture and decorative arts

Early California and American paintings

Ancient and Antique Pre-Columbian textiles and objects

T: 212-249-6612 ythantiques@yahoo.com 414 East 71st Street, New York, New York 10021 yewtreehouseantiques.com 18th through 20th-century British, Continental and American furniture and folk art

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GREETINGS

FROM ENTERPRISE FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS “Enterprise helped me pursue further education after high school… I realized that I didn’t want to lead a life of poverty and I wanted to support my single mother who works herself to the bone ever y day for us.” - Past Enterprise Program Participant

O

n behalf of Enterprise for High School Students – welcome to THE SAN FRANCISCO FALL ANTIQUES SHOW! This year promises to be one of the best in our 34-year history and we greatly appreciate your support. At Enterprise we believe all students deserve the opportunity to get ahead and that working in high school is one of the best ways to prepare for the future. Today not all teenagers have the skills or connections to find meaningful employment. With 28% youth unemployment and a high school dropout rate of nearly 20%, San Francisco youth need our help. Since 1969, Enterprise has helped over 20,000 students find and retain jobs through career and college counseling, internships and job shadowing. Each year we train more than 300 young people though a series of workshops. Once trained, they have the opportunity to apply for one of hundreds of after school or summer jobs. Research has continually shown that working in high school has a positive impact on grades and high school graduation rates and greatly prepares students for their future. In addition, low income students who work during high school are 50% more likely to graduate than those that do not. At Enterprise we focus on those who are in most need: 61% of our participants receive public assistance, 20% live in public housing and 88% live in households that are below San Francisco’s self-sufficiency income level. Our impact has been tremendous. It is wonderful to see how students going through our programs increase their communication skills, team work and, most importantly, their confidence through help with resumes, mock interviews, and employment opportunities. We are proud to report that in a recent survey, over 75% of students who completed our This Way Ahead program are attending two or four year colleges and 88% reported to continue to be working either full or part time. We want to continue to change kids’ lives and cannot do this without your support. Our future plans are ambitious: we want to double the number of the neediest youth participating in our programs and need your help. If you would like to further support Enterprise, volunteer to help, or learn more about our great organization, please visit our website www.ehss.org. Thank you and enjoy the Show!

Jeff Hocking, Board President, Enterprise for High School Students 9


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PAT R ONS HONO RARY CHAIR Lindsay Joost

SHOW CHAIR Suzanne Tucker

BENEFACTO RS COMMITTEE CHAIRS

PREVIEW GALA CHAIRS

Alexis and Trevor Traina

OJ and Gary Shansby

CONNOISSEURS CIRCLE CHAIRS

COLLECTO RS CIRCLE CHAIR

Allison Speer and Fred Moll

Laura King Pfaff

DESIGNERS CIRCLE CHAIR

AFICIONADOS CHAIRS

Jay Jeffers

Summer Tompkins Walker and Brooks Walker III

ENTHUSIASTS CHAIRS

YOUNG COLLECTO RS CHAIRS

Wheeler S. Griffith, Michelle C. Harris

Amanda Bradford, Brianna Haag, Mark Olson

A DVI SO RY C OM M IT TE E Adolphus Andrews Jr.

Katherine Jacobus

Allison Speer

Philip Bewley

Jay Jeffers

Adrianna Pope Sullivan

Alison Carlson

Lindsay Joost

Lewis Sykes

Martin Chapman

Letitia and Michael Kim

Alexis and Trevor Traina

Andrea Dublin

Kathryn Lasater

Suzanne Tucker and Timothy F. Marks

Ann Getty

Jennifer Miller

Matthew MacCaul Turner

Michele Goss

Laura King Pfaff

Summer Tompkins Walker

Terry McGraw Grant

Shirley Robinson

Kendall Wilkinson

Wheeler S. Griffith

Toby Rose

Diane B. Wilsey

Michelle C. Harris

Maria Santangelo

Toni Wolfson

Deborah A. Hatch

OJ and Gary Shansby

Jenna and Bryan Hunt

Andrew Skurman

B ENE FAC TO R S Emily and Dolph Andrews

Lucille M. Jewett

Toby and Ben Rose

Constance Goodyear Baron and Barry Baron

Lindsay and Peter Joost

Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Schwab

Barbara Brown

Mrs. William R. Kimball

OJ and Gary Shansby

Nina Carroll

Maryon Davies Lewis

Françoise and Andrew Skurman

Frank J. Caufield

Mr. and Mrs. Peter A. Magowan

Allison Speer and Fred Moll

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crocker

Nion T. McEvoy

Millicent and George Susens

Phoebe Cowles and Robert Girard

Carole McNeil

Charles C. Thieriot

James and Jean Douglas Jr.

Phyllis Moldaw

Pasha and Laney Thornton

Dana and Bob Emery

Diane L. Morris

Joseph and Edith Tobin

Michele and Richard Goss

Bill and Susan Oberndorf

Suzanne Tucker and Timothy F. Marks

John A. and Cynthia Fry Gunn

Hon. Nancy Pelosi and Paul Pelosi

Nancy and Sidney Unobskey

Mimi and Peter Haas Fund

Laura and Rick Pfaff

Summer Tompkins Walker and Brooks Walker III

Austin E. Hills and Sara Hills

Mary and Bill Poland

Diane B. Wilsey

Ingrid Hills

Thérèse Post

George and Leslie Hume

Mary and Steven MacGregor Read

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CO N N OIS S E URS C IRC L E Emily and Dolph Andrews

Maryellie and Rupert Johnson

Allison Speer and Fred Moll

Bill Brady

Maryon Davies Lewis

Harriet and Warren Stephens

Dana and Bob Emery

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Davies Lewis

Charles C. Thieriot

Michele and Richard Goss

Joan and Bob McGrath

Alexis and Trevor Traina

John A. and Cynthia Fry Gunn

Bill and Susan Oberndorf

Diane B. Wilsey

Pepper and Michael Jackson

OJ and Gary Shansby

CO LLE C T O RS C IRC L E Carolyn and Preston Butcher

Lucille M. Jewett

Yurie and Carl Pascarella

Mary Lou Castellanos

Lindsay and Peter Joost

Laura and Rick Pfaff

David and Karin Chamberlain

Mrs. William R. Kimball

Delanie and Peter Read

Deikel Family Foundation

Liz and Cort Larned

Mary and Steven Read

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crocker

Jan Maakestad

Anna-Becky Redlich

James and Jean Douglas

Leigh and Bill Matthes

William Witte and Keiko Sakamoto

Tracy and Mark Evans

Carole McNeil

Donald R. and Patricia Stephens

F. Scott and Terry Gross

Anne and Jim McWilliams

Thomas and Barbara Wolfe

Ingrid Hills

Phyllis Moldaw

Dean and Jane Woodman

PATRONS C IRC L E Constance Goodyear Baron and Barry Baron

George and Leslie Hume

Thérèse Post

Barbara Brown

Nion T. McEvoy

Millicent and George Susens

Nina Carroll

Diane L. Morris

Joseph and Edith Tobin

Frank J. Caufield

Mark and Alison Pincus

Suzanne Tucker and Timothy F. Marks

Austin E. Hills and Sara Hills

Bill and Mary Poland

Nancy and Sidney Unobskey

DESI G NE R S C IR C L E Amy Weaver, Weaver Design Group

Geoffrey De Sousa Interior Design

Laurie Ghielmetti

Allison Caccoma, Inc.

G.P. Schafer Architect, PLLC

Lewis W. Butler, Butler Armsden Architects

Andrew Skurman Architects

Harte Brownlee & Associates

Martin Group

BAMO

Helga K. Horner, Helga Horner Inc.

Navarra Design, Inc.

Brian J. McCarthy, Inc.

Heather Hilliard Design

Phillip Silver Design, Inc.

Catherine Macfee Interior Design

Ike Kligerman Barkley

Scavullo Design

Charlotte Moss

James Marzo Design

Sutro Architects

Christine London, Ltd.

Jeffers Design Group

Suzanne Rheinstein, Hollyhock

David Kensington Interior Architecture & Design

Jeff Schlarb, Green Couch

Tucker & Marks, Inc.

Dolezal Design

Jonathan Rachman Design

Willem Racké Studio, Inc.

Douglas Durkin Design

Ken Fulk Inc.

The Wiseman Group Interior Design

Fisher Weisman

Kristi Will, Kristi Will Home & Design

Zeterre Landscape Architecture

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A F IC IONAD OS Andy and Kelly Anderson

Sallie Griffith

Kenneth and Deborah Novack

Robert Atkinson

Doug and Kaatri Grigg

Lisa and Stephen Patton

Rosemary B. Baker

Beth and Brian Grossman

Monica and David Pauli

Melissa and Patrick Barber

Mr. and Mrs. William Hamilton

Victoria Penfield

Darren Bechtel and Samantha DuVall

William Harris

Mrs. David L. Pratt

Marcy Bergman and David Durham

Jeff Holt and Peter West

Dara and Andrew Rosenfeld

Kathy Best Design

Elizabeth S. and Zachary W. Hulsey

Paul Sack and Shirley Davis

Kathleen Budge

Arlene Inch

William C. and Patricia Sanford Jr.

Stacey Caen

Jim Kastner and Shannyn Kastner

Saks Fifth Avenue San Francisco

Jack Calhoun and Trent Norris

Letitia and Michael Kim

Sande Schlumberger

Genie Callan

Sally and Jim Klingbeil

Dr. Stephen Sherwin and Merrill Randol

Kate Harbin Clammer and Adam Clammer

Kathleen Korb and Alex Witherill

Charlotte F. Shropshire

Phoebe Cowles and Robert Girard

Dr. and Mrs. Jay A. Levy

Thomas E. Sparks Jr.

Mr. and Mrs. Theodore S. Dobos

Joseph Lucier

Ian Stallings

Bob and Lexie Ellsworth

Shelley Marks and Erik Gaensler

Myron Sugarman and Cynthia Woods

Jacqueline and Christian Erdman

Donald MacDonald and Robert Faulkner

Maureen and Craig Sullivan

ConcepcĂ­on S. and Irwin Federman

Stephanie and Jim Marver

Christine Suppes

Robert S. Fisher

Seth L. Matarasso, M.D.

Tweten Family Foundation

Randi and Bob Fisher

Peter and Denise Merlone

Anne Gordon Ward

Sakurako and William Fisher

Steven L. Merrill

Judy C. Webb

Mary Lynne and John Franzia

Jason and Jessica Moment

Michael and Patrice Wilbur

Michael J. Franzia

Mr. and Mrs. William H. Moorhouse Jr.

Miles Woodlief

Mr. and Mrs. Launce E. Gamble

Anna and Mason Morfit

Arthur and Charlotte Zitrin Foundation

Gary V. Garabedian

Philip Nimmo

Victoria and Richard Zitrin

Malin Giddings

Joan Alexander Nitis

EN T HUS IAS TS Kate Aiken and John Glenn

Jonathan Browning

Donald and Lora du Bain

Terje Arnesen, New Deal Home

Mrs. John Callander

Mary Fenton

Tom and Roulhac Austin

Alison Carlson

Dixie and Joe Furlong

Guitty Azarpay

John Caruso

Mary Louise and Henry J. Gailliot

Douglas and Suzanne Baird

Thomas J. Coates

Mrs. Rita S. Godward

Neill Bassi

Eric Cohler

Linda Gordon

Robert H. Beadle

Charles Jay and Sarah-Stocking Conover

Joanne and Jon Goldstein

Thomas Barrett and Belinda Ann Berry

Jessica and Nate Cornell

Carrie Goodman

Nancy and Luis Belmonte

Carol Gray Costigan

Mr. Donald M. Gregory

Gary Beyrouti

Jane and Fred Delanoy

Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Griffith III

David A. Blanton III

Christina de Limur

Latife Hayson

Rick and Debbie Bocci

Dave Dempsey

Bill and Adriana Hayward

Robert A. Bradford Jr.

Debi DiCello

Tracy and Paul Haigney

Ray and Ann Brown

William and Trudy Drypolcher

Mr. and Mrs. Jody Harris

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ENTHUSIASTS

(continued)

Blair Heath and Gary Gerttula

Jorge Maumer

Arthur Sharif

Mindy Henderson

Susan and Brendan McEntee

Jonathan Soh

Hon. Scott R. Heldfond

Sylvana Messing

Julianna Southall

Kurt and Melanie Hoefer

Lisa Miller

Wendy Storch

Paul B. Holm Jr.

Victoria Loren Miller and Greg Sieck

Adrianna and Robert Sullivan

Joanne and Richard A. Hornine

Dini Montgomery

Jane and John Sutton

Diana and Doug Horner Jr.

Milton J. Mosk and Tom Foutch

Adrian Taylor of Hyde Park Mouldings

Callum Hutchins

Peter Mueller

Rick Teed

Stephan Jones

Emilie Munroe

Terra Ferma Landscapes

Eric Johnson

Marjorie S. Munson

James Testa

Linda Koehler

Neiman Marcus Union Square

Glady Thacher

Diane Blattner Kresal and Shawn Kresal

George and Julie Newhall

Mr. and Mrs. Richard T. Thieriot

Joseph Kowalski and Deb Gray

Gene Ogden

Clayton Timbrell

Tony Kwiecien

Linda and Edward Plant

Ruth Hubbard Raser Timbrell

Bernadette Lamothe

Mrs. George A. Pope Jr.

Stephen and Lucia Townsend

Mr. and Mrs. Garland M. Lasater

Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Power

Ariane and Marc Trimuschat

Anya and Nils Levine

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Price

Anian and Peter Tunney

Lauren and Josh Lippman

Craig Questa

Kathryn Urban

Jennifer Lively and Eric Edmondson

Bill Reller

Van and Eddi Van Auken

Valera W. Lyles

Remains Lighting

Jeffrey Wahl

Gregg Lynn

Karen Richardson

Neal Ward

Maria Marchetti

Peter and Deborah Rieman

Jack Weeden

Ginger Martin

Anthony Riggins

Jennie and Bruce Wilson

Ludovico Mazzola

Adolph Rosekrans

The Wiseman Group

Michelangelo Mazzola

Shears and Window, Greg McIntyre

McCutcheon Construction

Rebecca Schumacher

YOUNG COLLECTORS Celeste Barnes-Bremmer

Erika Gomez

Mark Olson

Lucille Shaw Buell

Liz Hall and Ryan Kuscera, The Nanz Company

Nina Proctor

Lawanna Cathleen Design

Kelly Hohla

Scott Standridge

Ginger Coy

Jeffrey B. Horowitz

Dare Sturges

Jeanne DeWitt

Jute

Monica Swingle

Alana Dorn

Sydney La Londe

Kiley Trudeau

Marshall Erb Design

Denise Maloney Interior Design

Sarah Watterson

Eliza Grismanauskas

Dustin Moore

Waterworks

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VO LU N TE E R C OM M IT TE E S Volunteer Committee Chair Jennifer Miller Community Outreach and DĂŠcor Committee Suzanna Allen Ned Mobley Lewis Sykes Finance Committee Chair, Andrea Dublin Mary Collier Shaun Dublin Donna Ellis Kristian Fennessy Joyce Frankenberg Meaghan Hardy Julie Lee Lisa Lannon Linda Lee Donald MacDonald Nevena Paripovic Cristina Robinson Rene Wan-Ling Siow Laura Tattersall

Betty Dalton Janet Fitzpatrick Arden Greenblat Linda Hendrix McPharlin Anne Javier Esther Jennings Gloria Jones Nelda Kilguss Barbara Kozlowski Susan Leurey Natalie Mead Janis Meek Lucy Pastrana Alex Pelligrini Merilyn Presten Jack Ryder Priscilla Schlesinger Susan Setterholm Helen Thach Sandra Walsham Dan Wexler Olga Woo

Chenchen Wang Floor Committee Co-Chair, Pat Lamarre Co-Chair, Cornelia Y. de Schepper Co-Chair, Marcia Addison Lydia Ainsley Terry Chaffee Jay Dabbs

Office and Special Event Volunteers

Julie Lloyd

Cathy Candelaria

Jennifer Miller

Shante Jones

Mary Rogers

Helen Thach

Jack Ryder

Laurie Woo

Laurie Woo

Carmen Yu

Carmen Yu

Floral Decorations Committee Invitations Committee Co-Chair, Meghan Francis Co-Chair, Peggy Francis Lydia Ainsley Elsa Buechner Marina Garras Caroline Hart Emily Hite The Junior League of San Francisco

Thematic Entrance Committee

Lecture Series Committee

Creative Director,

Co-Chair, Katherine Jacobus Co-Chair, Matthew MacCaul Turner

Thomas A. Kligerman, Ike Kligerman Barkley

Martha Angus

Construction, Pete Moffat

Jaimie Belew Erika Catanzaro

Designer Vignettes, Allison Caccoma, Geoffrey De Sousa, Andrew Fisher and Jeffry Weisman

Jim Coch

Welcome Committee

JoEllen Dutcher

Co-Chair, JoEllen Dutcher

Courtney Ferry

Co-Chair, Cecy Jones Korematsu

Meghan Francis

Co-Chair, Shantel Weingand

Peggy Francis

Terri Ashton

Angela Free

Cathy Candelaria

Linda Horning

Jennifer Burrell

Jennifer Miller

Jay Dabbs

Victoria Penfield

Mary Ann Fehr

Amanda Richardson

Marina Garras

Jack Ryder

Shante Jones

Helen Thach

Kyu Hee Keogh

Jane Tough

Candice Lee

Eden Wright

Eva Muttenthaler

Loan Exhibition Committee

Jack Ryder

Curator, Philip Bewley

Helen Thach

Design Consultant,

Karen Weber

Matthew MacCaul Turner

Lee Work

Colleen Cassity

Chair, Dan Zelen

Rishita Upadhyay

Brittney Kistner

STA F F AND PARTNE R S Fall Antiques Show Director Ariane Maclean Trimuschat

Development Director Nancy Gots

Director of Finance & Administration David Burns

Marketing & Events Coordinator Margan Mulvihill

Development Associate Sarah Montoro

Catalogue, Print and Web Design KC Hatcher, Graphic Designer Burns & Associates Fine Printing, Printer | Douglas Sandberg, Photographer Marketing and Public Relations Cross Marketing, Public Relations | Vera Vandenbosch, Tucker & Marks, Show Blogger | Wayfire Media, Website InfoGate, Technology | Eventbrite, Ticket Sales Production Nanette Duffy, Production Manager Global Art Fair Production, Installation | BBI Engineering, Audio/Visual | Interior Plant Design, Plant Rentals Robert D. Reinecke II, Carpeting | Maloney Security, Inc., Security Events McCalls Catering and Events, Caterer | Pacific Chamber Jazz, Music | Drew Altizer, Photographer | California Parking, Valet The Students of Enterprise for High School Students, Greeters and Servers

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SAN FRANCISCO’S AUCTION HOUSE SINCE 1865 UPCOMING AUCTIONS October 26 October 27 October 27

Fine Furniture, Silver, and Clocks 20th Century Decorative Arts Photographs

November 3 November 4 November 9 November 10 November 17 November 18 November 20 November 23

Impressionist and Modern Art 19th Century European Paintings Fine Oriental Rugs and Carpets Post-War & Contemporary Art Post-War & Contemporary Prints American Art Fine and Rare Wines California and Western Paintings

December 7 December 7 December 8 December 8 December 9 December 15 December 17

Native American Art Fine European Furniture and Decorative Arts Oceanic Art Fine Watches and Clocks Fine Jewelry Fine Asian Works of Art 20th Century Decorative Arts

A HIGHLY IMPORTANT MARBLE SCULPTURE: SHOOTING STARS Vittorio Caradossi, circa 1878 $350,000 - 500,000 To be offered December 7 +1 (415) AUCTION info.us@bonhams.com

bonhams.com/furniture © 2015 Bonhams & Butterfields Auctioneers Corp. All rights reserved. Bond No. 57BSBGL0808


Thomas Kligerman, Meg Toubourg

2014 PREVIEW GALA

THE SAN FRANCISCO FA L L A N T I Q U E S S H OW Aerin Lauder

Charlotte Moss, Suzanne Tucker

Jenna Hunt, Shirley Robinson, Summer Tompkins Walker

Diane Wilsey, Trevor Traina

David Cohen, Paul Wiseman

Yurie Pascarella, Carl Pascarella

Lord David Cholmondeley, Denise Hale, Martin Chapman


Andrew Skurman, Francoise Skurman

Wheeler Griffith, Michelle Harris

Toni Wolfson, Peter Mueller, Adrianna Pope Sullivan, Alison Carlson

Rich Hanif, Elba McIntosh

Fred Lyon, Ariane Trimuschat

Christina Getty, Allison Speer

Enterprise Youth

Tatiana Sorokko

Rick Pfaff, Liz Lamed, Laura King Pfaff

Michele Goss, Jared Goss

Norah Stone, Norman Stone


ACK N OWLED G M E N TS F ROM THE SHOW CHAIR

T

hank you for joining us for THE 2015 SAN FRANCISCO FALL ANTIQUES SHOW Benefiting Enterprise for High School Students! As a Bay Area cultural event, now in our 34th year, we are delighted to be exploring the timelessness of art and antiques this year. Many thanks to all whose efforts have contributed to the presentation and success of this year’s exciting Show, and whose generosity supports our beneficiary non-profit, Enterprise for High School Students, especially… Our superb Exhibitors who come from around the world and bring us the most stunning pieces of art and antiques to make this show one of the best of its kind; The lovely Lindsay Joost for serving as the 2015 Honorary Chair, for hosting a celebration of our Exhibitors in her exquisite home and for her enthusiastic support of the show and the non-profit it supports; Alexis and Trevor Traina for graciously serving as Chairs of the Benefactors Committee and generously hosting a lovely party at their home honoring our devoted patrons; The brilliant Allison Speer and her husband Fred Moll for chairing the Connoisseurs Circle and Heritage Auctions for providing the lovely gift for these patrons; The indefatigable Laura King Pfaff for once again serving as Chair of the Collectors Circle, and Bonhams for hosting the marvelous luncheon in honor of the generosity of these donors; Jay Jeffers for his guidance as Chair of the Designers Circle; Eric Petsinger and Kelly Hartgraves of epoca for hosting a fabulous pre-show reception for our Designers Circle in their beautiful gallery and California Home + Design and Lisa Davis PR for hosting the Designers Circle Preview Reception at the show. Summer Tompkins Walker and Brooks Walker III, Chairs of the Aficionados; Wheeler S. Griffith, Michelle Curtis Harris Chairs of the Enthusiasts; and Amanda Bradford, Brianna Haag and Mark Olson, Chairs of the Young Collectors, for their extraordinary energy and effectiveness in encouraging support of the Show; Ken Fulk and The Battery and for creating our Patrons Lounge at the show and along with Ellanor Notides, Laura Nagle, Anne Igelbrink and Eric Wind of Christie’s, for hosting a lovely panel discussion for our Young Collectors at The Battery; Suzanne Rheinstein for opening her lovely store Hollyhock in Los Angeles for a perfect cocktail party in honor of the Show. The Benefactors Committee for the show and patrons of the Connoisseurs Circle, Collectors Circle, Aficionados, Enthusiasts and Young Collectors whose continued support is invaluable. Architect Tom Kligerman, his partners John Ike and Joel Barkley and members of their firm who conceptualized the fabulous thematic Grand Entrance installation and brought it to life along with the talented firm of Pete Moffat Construction; and for cohosting, along with exhibitor Carlton Hobbs, a wonderful cocktail party in New York City in honor of the show; and Meg Touborg for her endless support and tireless enthusiasm. Designers extraordinaire Allison Caccoma, Geoffrey De Sousa, Andrew Fisher and Jeffry Weisman for creating a journey through time in their inspired Designers Vignettes at the show entrance and Hannah Cecil Gurney, Anneke Gilkes and the design team of Jemma Cave, Lucy Morley and Anna Pakenham of de Gournay for generously providing the gorgeous wall papers for the vignette backdrops and the Club Corner. The talented Philip Bewley for curating an impressive and thought-provoking Loan Exhibition; Ann Getty & Associates, Deborah Hatch, Austin Forbord and Eve Forbord Petrucci of Dzine, Mallett Antiques, Almond & Company, Collier Gwin of Foster Gwin, Galen Lowe, Lucia Howard and David Weingarten of Piraneseum, and Matthew MacCaul Turner who have shared their wonderful historic timepieces; and Shreve & Co., AXA ART Americas Corporation, Lawrence Fine Art Services and Smith Clock Co. for their valuable support of the Exhibition; OJ and Gary Shansby for serving as Preview Gala Chairs and bringing Tequila Partida to the party; the Agents of Sotheby’s International Realty, along with Jeffrey Gibson, Rachelle Martini and Mary Lou Castellanos; Lois Lehrman and Shara Hall of Nob Hill Gazette; Janelle and Kirk Loevner of Anthem, for their generous support of the Preview Gala; Michael Franzia of Napa Ridge Winery; Hangar 1 Vodka, and hint water for their generous donations; Paula Bennett of Grail and Pacific Chamber Jazz for always keeping the beat. Anita Head of Paragon Real Estate Group, Piat Orendain of Cambria and Krista Coupar and Hilary Sessions of Coupar Consulting for their support of the 2015 Lecture Series. Katherine Jacobus, Matthew MacCaul Turner and the Lecture Series Committee, for their help with this important educational and entertaining aspect of the Show; and our roster of outstanding visiting speakers, Andrew Prince, Gonzague St. Bris, Hutton Wilkinson, Flynn Kuhnert, Bunny Williams, Brian McCarthy, Suzanne Rheinstein, Jeffry Weisman; John Ike, Tom Kligerman and Joel Barkley; and Toni Knorr and Lilian Wagner of The St. Regis San Francisco, our Official Hotel,


for providing such lovely accommodations; Jean-Jacques Vitrac and Dori Bonn of the French Heritage Society, Nancy O’Connor of the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art and our Cultural Partners: Academy of Art University, Achenbach Graphic Arts Council, American Decorative Arts Forum, American Society of Interior Designers, Ancient Art Council, ArtCare, Art Deco Society of California, ArtPoint, Asian Art Museum, California Historical Society, Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University, CINOA, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, The Leaders of Design Council, The Royal Oak Foundation, San Francisco Arts Commission, San Francisco Ceramic Circle, San Francisco Design Center, San Francisco Orchid Society, San Jose Museum of Art, SFJAZZ, Sir John Soane’s Museum Foundation, and The Society of California Pioneers for their cultural partnership and community spirit; Jo Campbell-Fujii and Lisa Lovely of Luxe Interiors + Design and Tori Ross of Cosentino, for their sponsorship of the Authors' Alcove; Arthur Wayne and Shelli Benfatti of Brooks Brothers for hosting the Launch Party for the Show in their Union Square store and Jay Jeffers and Diane Dorrans Saeks for their wonderful presentation for the guests.. First Republic Bank for hosting the first ever Philanthropy Forum, along with our Beneficiary, Enterprise for High School Students at the show, focusing on charitable giving and making your donations count; Gisele Barrau-Freeman and Stuart Cohen of RubyLUX for hosting our Young Collectors Evening; Andrea Spahr and Christia Schmidt of Wilmington Trust and Marianne Howatson, Alisa Carroll and SFC&G (San Francisco Cottages & Gardens) for hosting our Cocktail Hour Series; Nancy Barrett, Jonathan Herpel and Jane Lodato of U.S. Trust for hosting a lovely reception and tour for Show patrons; Peter Fairbanks as Chair, Daniel Stein and Kathleen Taylor as Vice-Chairs, the members of the Antique Dealers Association of California (ADAC), and the Vetting Committee for their expertise in vetting the Show; Claudia Hollingsworth and Carmen Roberson of Gump’s; and Jennifer Biederbeck of Sotheby’s for their continued support of the Show; Antiques & Fine Art / InCollect.com, San Francisco magazine, Apollo Magazine, Art & Antiques, The Art Newspaper, C Magazine and C Home, Chairish, Dering Hall, Nob Hill Gazette, Gentry Magazines, Interiors California, KTVU FOX2, Milieu, Red Carpet Bay Area, UpOut and 7x7 for helping to spread the word; Claudia Ross and her team at Cross Marketing PR for their valuable work and expertise; Ned Mobley, Suzanna Allen and Louis Sykes for their continued promotion and creative ideas for the show; Volunteer Chair Jennifer Miller with her team of Committee Chairs: Meghan Francis, Peggy Francis, JoEllen Dutcher, Cecy Jones Korematsu, Shantel Weingard, Andrea Dublin, Pat Lamarre, Cornelia Y. de Schepper and Marcia Addison for all of their time and efforts that contribute to the success of the Show and the many volunteers who give their time and dedication to the Show, including The Junior League of San Francisco; Floral Decorations Chair, Dan Zelen, and the leading local Florists who donated beautiful floral arrangements to adorn the booths and other spaces, and Garibaldis restaurant and Starbucks for generously supplying sustenance for our volunteers; Our talented graphic designer, KC Hatcher for her dedication in creating all our printed and online materials; Drew Altizer and Douglas Sandberg for their fine photography; Linda Burns and her team at Burns & Associates Fine Printing for their attention to the superlative printing of our collateral; and our Paper Sponsor, G3 Enterprises, for their valuable in-kind donation; Production Manager, Nanette Duffy, for her outstanding organization and execution and her team of Bradley Robinson, Michael Duffy, Kathleen Wade, Jessica Brade, Jamie Shea Jauffred and Antonio Pagni; Daniel, Chris and Tighe of Global Art Fair Production for pulling together the myriad production details that transform the Festival Pavilion into the Show; Dan McCall, Lucas Schoemaker, Kirsty Gumina, Thomas Sotelo and Federico Camejo of McCalls Catering and Events for such superb service and gourmet food at the Preview Gala and throughout the show; and the staff of Fort Mason Center for their support and services; All the Advisory Committee members who have lent their expertise to the Show in so many ways through the years, most especially the show founder and dealer ambassador par excellence, Toby Rose; The untiring and terrific Ariane Trimuschat, Fall Antiques Show Director, Margan Mulvihill, Marketing and Events Coordinator and Sarah Montoro, Development Associate for their tireless work throughout the year in pulling every aspect of the show together as well as maintaining a sense of humor throughout the challenges of putting on such a large and complicated event; and the Board, Staff, and Students of Enterprise for High School Students for their participation throughout the year and for the important work they do in the community; Board President, Jeff Hocking and Tony DiStefano, Executive Director of Enterprise; Nancy Gots, Director of Development, David Burns, Director of Finance and Administration, Chao Liao, Senior Accounting Assistant and Courtney Budesa, Employment Services Manager for their dedication and contributions; and to Cara Ryan Lemire, Katie Walsh, Vera Vandenbosch and my team at Tucker & Marks for going the extra mile and beyond, and finally, to my husband, Timothy Marks, for his unwavering support and patient tolerance throughout the year.

Suzanne Tucker, Show Chair 21


SP O N S O RS P RE SE N TI N G S P ONS O R S Bonhams

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de Gournay

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First Republic Bank

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Paragon Real Estate Group

The St. Regis San Francisco

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Pete Moffat Construction

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Burns & Associates Fine Printing

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Cambria

Family-owned, American-made producer of luxur y quartz surfaces

The quintessential San Francisco neighborhood restaurant for over 20 years

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SFC&G

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Smith Clock Co.

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Repair and restoration of fine antique to modern clocks since 1975

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Heritage Auctions

Sotheby's

Christie's

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The Art People

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Cosentino

The leading provider of stone slab surfacing material worldwide since 1985

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Coupar Consulting

An integrated approach to the business of design

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Douglas Sandberg Photography

Photographing objects of art and the environments in which they reside in since 1979

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G3 Enterprises

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The World’s Largest Collectibles Auctioneer

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Ken Fulk Inc.

A designer of experiences, encompassing interior design, architecture, branding and special events

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Lawrence Fine Art Services

Installation, storage, packing and shipping fine art and antiques since 1984

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Lisa Davis PR

San Francisco based public relations agency specializing in the interior design industr y

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An innovative global art business ser ving the most discerning clients

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U.S. Trust

For wealthy individuals and families with complex wealth management needs

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Wilmington Trust

The premier provider of wealth and institutional client ser vices for M&T Bank

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Apollo Magazine

One of the world’s most respected magazines on the visual arts

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Dering Hall

Nob Hill Gazette

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Gentry Magazines

Red Carpet Bay Area

Discover and shop over 500 design brands online

Rich Reading

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InCollect.com

A San Francisco Bay Area luxury lifestyle magazine

Brings viewers front-row to fashion and philanthropy in the San Francisco Bay Area

redcarpetsf.com

The new way to discover exceptional art, antiques & design

San Francisco magazine

incollect.com

modernluxury.com/san-francisco

Interiors California

UpOut

The Art World’s Journal of Record

California's premier upscale home and design publication

theartnewspaper.com

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Chairish

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C Magazine and C HOME

MILIEU Magazine

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Art & Antiques

For Collectors of the Fine and Decorative Arts

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The Art Newspaper

A curated online marketplace for vintage furniture

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Discriminating guide to the best events, underground culture, and unique parties

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Honoring the best of design

CU LTUR A L PA RTN ER S Academy of Art University

ArtPoint

The Royal Oak Foundation

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A support council of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco

Asian Art Museum

San Francisco Arts Commission

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asianart.org

American Decorative Arts Forum

Making California's richly diverse past a meaningful part of today

On the vanguard of innovation and creativity

academyart.edu

Achenbach Graphic Arts Council

Supporting the FAMSF by studying and collecting fine and decorative arts

adafca.org

American Society of Interior Designers

Professional association of interior designers and industr y partners celebrating 40 years

A young professionals group that supports the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco

Devoted to the arts and cultures of Asia

California Historical Society

The American partner of the National Trust of England, Wales and Northern Ireland

The City agency that champions the arts as essential to daily life

sfartscommission.org

San Francisco Ceramic Circle

californiahistoricalsociety.org

Among the oldest and most respected American ceramics study groups

Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University

San Francisco Design Center

Explore a world of art, from Africa to the Americas to Asia, from classical to contemporar y

patricianantiques.com/sfcc.html Supports Bay Area visionaries who are designing the world’s largest Ronald McDonald House

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CINOA

San Francisco Orchid Society

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Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco

San Jose Museum of Art

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French Heritage Society

SFJAZZ

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The world’s leading cultural institution devoted to jazz and related forms of music

Art Deco Society of California

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Sir John Soane’s Museum Foundation

Institute of Classical Architecture & Art

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The Ancient Art Council of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco Our programs are for those who are fascinated by antiquity

ancientartcouncil.org

Antique Dealers Association of California

Knowledgeable dealers pledged to integrity and fair dealing in the buying and selling of antiques

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artdecosociety.com

5,000 leading art and antique dealers from over 22 countries

One of the premier public arts institutions in the United States

The county's finest orchid show promoting appreciation, cultivation and conser vation

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ArtCare

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The Leaders of Design Council

Dedicated to the study and enjoyment of California art, histor y, culture

leadersofdesign.com

californiapioneers.org

Supports and promotes the San Francisco Arts Commission public and civic art programs

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The Society of California Pioneers


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From Enterprise to college to career - Jessica's Story

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working with CES throughout the school year and full-time during summers.

grew up in a family of four, with parents who did not speak English, had no formal education, and struggled to put food on the table.

My experience at Enterprise and CES made such a tremendous personal and positive impact during my last developmental year in high school that I decided to pursue an Environmental Studies and Economics degree at UC Santa Cruz.

My mother came to the U.S. in 1982 and started working at a sewing factory while taking ESL classes at City College of San Francisco. My father came to the U.S. in 1985 and started working as a busboy in a small restaurant.

As I got ready to graduate from UC Santa Cruz, I contacted my former advisor at Enterprise and he connected me with an executive at one of the employers in the Enterprise network. That employer put me in touch with senior executives at various firms in the energy industry – including my future boss! I recently accepted an offer with PG&E as the ISO Settlements Analyst and look forward to furthering my career in energy at such an influential company.

We lived in a one-room basement for over twelve years. I was too young to process and comprehend our situation at the time, but every time I look back at my childhood and my parents’ journey, I get extremely emotional and am so grateful for all of the time, energy, effort, money and unconditional love my parents have poured onto us to give us our best shot at being successful – to live the American Dream they never got to experience.

I have met so many wonderful and compassionate people along this journey – entirely selfless and altruistic individuals, and it all started and ended with Enterprise. –

I first found out about Enterprise through my sister. She told me about all the networking, and job opportunities Enterprise provides to high school students. During the summer of 2009, I was accepted into the Career Exploration Program and placed at an internship with Chevron Energy Solutions (CES). I went through extensive Enterprise job readiness workshops, training sessions, and weekly check-ins to ensure I was gaining the most from my experience. I worked as the Product Marketing and Strategic Alliances Intern. The people that I worked with inspired me! They were highly motivated, intelligent, and truly passionate about the company’s goals and the values. I became extremely close with my supervisor and as my internship at CES came to an end she extended an offer to continue

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“The most important lesson that I learned was to advocate for what I want. Through Enterprise, I learned how to communicate effectively not only in a work setting, but in a school setting as well. Now, I can approach my managers and teachers with problems and solutions.”

How can you get involved? Visit www.ehss.org for more information on our programs.

“My mentors encouraged me to try new things, meet new people and reach for higher aspirations. They have always stayed in touch and offered advice when I felt troubled. My mentors also helped me to decide my short-term and long-term goals. They helped me manage what was realistic and doable.”


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C O C K TA I L H O U R PA N E L S E R I E S In the Lecture Theatre Learn about collecting art and antiques from those in the know while enjoying hosted wine. Complimentar y for all show attendees.

L I V ING W IT H A RT A N D ANTIQ U ES Thursday, October 22 at 4:00 p.m. Supporting Sponsor : Wilmington Trust A prominent interior designer and a Christie’s expert in the decorative arts discuss with a collector how to assemble a beautiful collection to enjoy every day and how to protect your treasures.

H OW TO SH OP A N A RT AND ANTIQ U ES S HOW Saturday, October 24 at 4:00 p.m. Supporting Sponsor : SFC&G (San Francisco Cottages & Gardens) A professional insider’s view of art and antiques shows from a panel of designers from our Designers Circle. Learn how those in the business of finding beautiful things walk a show and locate the perfect items for their clients and how they mix pieces from different genres and eras to create a stunning look. Moderated by Alisa Carroll, Editor-in-Chief, SFC&G (San Francisco Cottages & Gardens).

BOOK SIGNINGS In the Authors’ Alcove Supporting Sponsors: Luxe Interiors + Design and Cosentino Meet the authors and get personally signed copies of top selling books on art, antiques, design and architecture.

Friday, October 23 Noon Hutton Wilkinson and Flynn Kuhnert

The Walk to Elsie’s: A Loving Memor y of Elsie de Wolfe (Leather, 2015)

3:30 p.m. Bunny Williams and Brian J. McCarthy

Parish-Hadley Tree of Life: An Intimate Histor y of the Legendar y Design Firm (Stewar t, Tabori & Chang, October 6, 2015)

Saturday, October 24 Noon Suzanne Rheinstein

Rooms for Living: A Style for Today with Things from the Past (Rizzoli, October 6, 2015)

3:30 p.m. John Ike, Thomas A. Kligerman, Joel Barkley

The New Shingled House (Monacelli Press, October 13, 2015)

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LOAN EXHIBITION B R E A K F A S T A N D TA L K In the Lecture Theatre Principal Sponsor : Shreve & Co.

Saturday, October 24 at 9:30 a.m. Continental Breakfast will be served Complimentar y, including show admission. RSVP required: rsvp@ehss.org or 415-392-7606. Join us for a continental breakfast and talk, discussing the 2015 Show theme and Loan Exhibition, Time After Time: Bringing the Past Present. This year’s Loan Exhibition showcases the evolution of timepieces, exploring how we have kept time throughout history and our fascination with masterfully designed timepieces. Curator Philip Bewley will discuss the pieces in the exhibition and the myriad of ways we have kept time, from incense burners to hour glasses to the latest smart watches. Our show theme looks at time through many lenses: discovering the provenance of works of art and antiques, the lasting quality of something beautiful, the time that goes into creating a work of art, and the span of time the objects in the show encompass.

YOUNG COLLECTORS EVENING Principal Sponsor : RubyLUX

Saturday, October 24 from 5:00 - 7:00 p.m. Complimentar y to Young Collector and Enthusiast ticket holders and invited groups. Kindly RSVP to rsvp@ehss.org or 415-392-7606. An evening for collectors at any stage. Join us for a festive evening of live music, complimentary drinks and show tours, showcasing affordable items that are great for starting a collection.

PHILANTHROPY FORUM In the Lecture Theatre Principal Sponsor : First Republic Bank

Sunday, October 25 at 10:30 a.m. Complimentar y for all show attendees. Space is limited. RSVP required: rsvp@ehss.org or 415-392-7606. As a fully charitable event, the Fall Antiques Show and its beneficiary, Enterprise for High School Students, are committed to supporting philanthropy in the community. At the 2015 show, Enterprise presents its first ever Philanthropy Forum. Major Bay Area philanthropists will take the stage to discuss philanthropy and charitable giving, the causes they support, exploring the many ways to give back both financially and through volunteerism, as well as how to instill in your children the importance of philanthropy at an early age. Enterprise for High School Students partners with major Bay Area employers to help disadvantaged high school students develop workplace skills and explore career options. Several program participants will be at the forum to talk about their personal experiences as beneficiaries of philanthropy. The Forum will be followed by a prix fixe brunch in the café. 29


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The mission of Enterprise is to engage and empower San Francisco Bay Area youth to discover career opportunities and cultivate their individual interests through training, guidance and employment experiences in a diverse and supportive learning environment.

B OARD OF DIRECTORS President, Jeff Hocking Treasurer, Toby Brown

Secretary, Matthew Irwin

Kate Aiken

Mary Lou Castellanos

Lulu Gordon

Jason Sinnarajah

Andy Anderson

Andrea Dublin

Diane Blattner Kresal

Randy Wittorp

Marcy Bergman

Dave English

Deborah Perry

Victoria Zitrin

Dave Bruns

Lesli Fellman

Joe Petitti

Alison Carlson

Michael Franzia

Charlotte Shropshire

Glady Thacher, Founder

Mrs. H. Boyd Seymour

Gina McEnany

Charles Wilmoth

Mrs. A. Downey Orrick

Mrs. George P. Susens

Mrs. Richard W. Goss II

Julie Chase

Mrs. John R. Gamble

Nancy G. Unobskey

Rober t G. Vanneman

K.C. Lynch

Mrs. Benjamin H. Rose III

Andrew C. McLaughlin III

John Ruffo

Dr. Craig Lubbock

Mrs. Rober t W. Anderson

Sheana W. Butler

Rober t Dove

Peter Mueller

PAS T PRESIDENTS

S TAFF Executive Director, Tony DiStefano

Manager of Business and Strategic Partnerships, Iliana Martinez

Development Director, Nancy Gots

Career and College Program Coordinator, Nikia PochĂŠ

Fall Antiques Show Director, Ariane Maclean Trimuschat

Development Associate, Sarah Montoro

Program Director, Helen Lee

Youth Development Specialist, Mario Cruz

Director of Finance and Administration, David Burns

Youth Development Specialist, An Duc Lee

This Way Ahead Program Manager, Rik Haber

Senior Accounting Assistant, Chao Liao

Pathways Program Manager, Micaela Lara

Program and Operations Support, Mariah Cochran

Employment Services Manager, Cour tney Budesa Fall Antiques Show Marketing and Events Coordinator, Margan Mulvihill

Enterprise for High School Students, a 501(c)(3) non-profit agency, benefits from 100% of net proceeds of THE SAN FRANCISCO FALL ANTIQUES SHOW. Sources of revenue include the income from the Preview Gala, exhibitor booth rent, general admission receipts for the show and Lecture Series, and the advertisers in this catalogue. Exhibitor sales do not go to the charity.

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Loan Exhibit for “Jazz Moderne: Art Deco and the Avant Garde”, 2013, curated by Holland Lynch and Maria Santangelo

A LOOK BACK Time After Time at the Fall Antiques Show

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ander into Festival Pavilion toward the end of

Now, well into its fourth decade, The Fall Antiques Show

October and you will find yourself immersed in a

has had quite a journey of its own. The Show has always had

museum. A world of exquisite art and antiques spanning

a commitment to education about the arts and has, since

many genres and time periods, where the provenance of

its inception, presented a curated Loan Exhibition and

these pieces are in constant movement, each changing

Lecture Series each year. The themes have ranged from

hands as they continue their journey through time. Part of

18th-Century Costumes and Textiles, Period Miniature

the intrigue of an antique – whether from the last century

Rooms, Antique Toy Boats, The Ritual of English Tea,

or antiquity – is the history it has absorbed throughout its

Folding Screens, Architectural Models and The Romance

journey. It may have passed through many hands, many

of Flowers to the more recent Egyptomania, Sea Worthy

owners, sat in numerous rooms and been a part of the

and Jazz Moderne: Art Deco and the Avant Garde. We see

lives of those with whom it lived. This is what gives art

these themes come to life in the Grand Entry Hall and

and antiques their timeless quality and why we chose

throughout programming at the Show. The Lecture

Time as the theme for this year’s Show. Our goal, as

Series has seen some of the world’s leading experts

always, is to bring the best dealers from around the world

speak on art, antiques, history, design and architecture,

to San Francisco and we are exceptionally proud of the

and has long been a prominent and much anticipated

roster of exhibitors for 2015.

offering at the Show. (continued)

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Each year, The Grand Entry Hall receives a transformation that brings the theme to life with the genius of prominent architects. Andrew Skurman designed the entry from 2008-2013, including the Egyptomania: Nile Style in the Decorative Arts installation in 2009 and the Chinoiserie: Rococo to Eco in 2010, both with decorative painting by the talented Shirley Robinson of Robinson Finishes. In 2014, Ike Kligerman Barkley gave us a larger than life take on our theme, The Rush of Gold, with their mesmerizing close-up video installation featuring tenfoot goldfish, gold flakes, champagne bubbles and clock movements. And this year we are pleased to bring back Designer Vignettes, housed in a shingle-style structure designed by Ike Kligerman Barkley, with designs by

Fisher Weisman , Geoffrey De Sousa Interior Design and Allison Caccoma, and wallcoverings by de Gournay. Since the Show’s founding in 1981, 100% of the net proceeds have supported the programs of the non-profit Enterprise for High School Students. As the oldest continuously operating international art and antiques show on the West Coast, we are proud that a show that focuses on the past supports the future of San Francisco youth and the important work Enterprise does to help prepare them for success. Enterprise provides students with many resources, including an intensive series of workshops, internships and job shadows and the Enterprise Job Bank which gives them real world experience and from which the Fall Antiques Show hires them to work on a variety of aspects for the show, both in the office during the planning stages and on site.

From top: “Egyptomania” 2009 Grand Entr y Hall Installation, designed by Andrew Skurman with decorative painting by Shirley Robinson, Robinson Finishes. “Chinoiserie”, 2010 Grand Entr y Hall Installation, designed by Andrew Skurman with decorative painting by Shirley Robinson, Robinson Finishes. Enterprise youth working at the 2013 show.

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C E L E B R AT I N G

100 YEARS OF GEORG JENSEN Sterling Silver Hollowware & Jewelr y at Gump’s By S.L. Silverman

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he year 1915 was a time of change and celebration in San Francisco. The city re-emerged from the ashes of the 1906 earthquake as a global metropolis, playing host to the World’s Fair, known as the Panama-Pacific International Exposition, which celebrated the completion of the Panama Canal. By 1915, Gump’s was already synonymous with San Francisco. It was that year at the Exposition that Georg Jensen, one of the most renowned names in sterling silver estate hollowware and jewelry, first showed his works in the United States, thus making Gump’s the very first American retailer to show Georg Jensen. This year, as we mark the centennial of the Exposition, we also celebrate 100 years of Georg Jensen at Gump’s with a special collection on view during the Fall Antiques Show. Known for bringing nature to sterling silver designs, Georg Jensen’s design heritage begins with the Art Nouveau movement, moves through time into post-World War II and the Modern and Midcentury movements, and then embraces today’s Contemporary style. Part of the continuity of the line is the fluidity of design found in nature, a characteristic that is evident in every object. One can see Georg Jensen’s journey through time in the Bernadotte thermal carafe, originally done in sterling silver and updated for today, and in the Acorn pattern, first introduced in 1915 and still produced today.

Gump’s is a San Francisco legend – a premier destination for extraordinar y fine jewelr y, home décor and tableware. Visit our store at 135 Post Street to see the Georg Jensen sterling silver, jewelr y and Living collections. 415.982.1616; www.gumps.com

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From the top: Acorn Sterling Silver Magnifier, Limited Edition for the 100th Anniversary of the Acorn Pattern. Three- Piece Sterling Silver Baby Set, Limited Edition for the 100th Anniversary of the Acorn Pattern. Detail of Sterling Silver Dinner Knife with Acorn Pattern Handle.


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THE GRAND E N T RY H A L L A Passage Through Time Principal Sponsor : de Gournay

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t the Fall Antiques Show, with the exceptional pieces of art and antiques from around the world gracing our aisles, the Grand Entry Hall is our canvas where each year, we appeal to the most talented architects and designers to create something spectacular to set the stage for the show. This year’s team has transformed it into a timeline through the beauty and splendor of art, antiques and timepieces through the ages. Each vignette tells a story of a moment in time and incorporates pieces hand selected from the exhibitors on the show floor. They are lined with stunning de Gournay wallpaper, custom designed by the designers to create an environment that transports you to another place and time. THE ARCHITECTS

Ike Kligerman Barkley The Shingle Style is our muse — we look for new ways to reimagine this iconic American style. On the occasion of our second book, The New Shingled House, we drew on the crisp geometry of origami to create a series of porches at the entrance to the Fall Antiques Show. Folded planes of cedar shingle support a timber pergola—creating shingleframed stages for the interior designers to display their finds from the exhibitors' array. These porches welcome the visitor, creating a hospitable pause before entering the show—our entrance becomes the front garden. An allee of trees in raised planters and an edging of boxwood graciously complete the scene. THE DESIGNERS

Fisher Weisman Midnight Tea in the Garden of Antiquity Our vignette fantasy combines spectacular pieces inspired by antiquity from exhibiting dealers, custom wallpaper we designed for de Gournay, contemporary artwork by Andrew Fisher, and a few pieces from Casa Acanto (a line we produce in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico). The wallpaper echoes the graceful golden cascade of Andrew Fisher's 24-karat gilded tapestry as it floats on the back wall. What better place for tea in the moonlight?  41

I am delighted to have such a stunning entrance this year walking us through a park-like setting  designed by Ike Kligerman Barkley. Reviving the designers' vignettes is a highlight as three creative firms, Fisher Wiseman, Allison Caccoma and Geoffrey De Sousa showcase the passage of time and the timelessness of art and antiques.”   - Suzanne Tucker, Show Chair Allison Caccoma Lounging in the Reflection of the 18th Century ‘Time After Time’ helps one see, through art and antiques, that what is old truly is new again and most importantly, it is as timeless as can be. With the theme of the 18th century, the walls are wrapped in a bold version of an 18th century British textile design documented at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. By enlarging the scale of the pattern and pairing it with a high gloss graphic painted floor, it instantly becomes contemporary. Mid-century salon chairs paired with an 18th century cabinet and modern lamp all live quite happily together. The mix is one that will endure the test of time. Geoffrey De Sousa Interior Design Passagem do Tempo | Passage of Time Our moment in time pays homage to the mid-20th century Brazilian furniture designer Joaquim Tenreiro. In this vignette his pieces are at home; surrounded by the sculptural Araucaria forest hand painted on silk by de Gournay. The horizontal, spreading branches reference the space age forms iconic to the mid-century period. His language of organic simplicity, utilizes native materials such as cane and jacaranda wood, materials that had been overlooked in Brazil for centuries. With my Portuguese heritage and Great Grandmother being born in Santos, Brazil I gained great interest in the work of Joaquim Tenreiro years ago.


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TIME AFTER TIME

Bringing the Past Present By Philip Bewley

“There are no secrets that time does not reveal.” - Jean Racine (1639-1699), French playwright. Narcissus, in Britannicus, act 4, sc. 4 (1669)

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ime is observable. There is the passage of the

“The clock has been an important part of furnishing

sun from day into night, and the repetitive

a house or a grand aristocratic manor,” says Martin

cycles of the seasons. Time is also a philosoph-

Chapman, Curator in Charge of European Decorative

ical and theoretical construct. Einstein showed that space

Arts and Sculpture at the Legion of Honor, Fine Arts

doesn't exist independent of time. The measuring of

Museums of San Francisco. In the recently restored

time has preoccupied civilizations from antiquity, with

Salon Doré at the Legion of Honor, Chapman showed

devices that have pushed technological invention

how rooms of this type from the late 18th century in

and innovation. These timepieces–from early sundials,

Paris were used as a salon and incorporated a strict

hourglasses, water clocks–to more advanced and precise

hierarchy and program of furnishings, arrangement, and

mechanical clocks also became a vehicle for the

social behaviors. “It was important for the 18th century

expression of taste to reflect the highest aesthetic

salon to have a clock that was decorative, and also accurate.

ideals of the respective periods of the decorative

At 5:00 p.m. the guests would arrive in the salon in the

arts. This exhibition explores how timepieces have

winter months when they were in residence. Supper

evolved from the 18th century to the present day.

commenced at 9:00 p.m. After that they would play cards.

Each example displayed in the exhibition has the

There was a progression of time to the activities in a

opportunity to tell the story of the concerns and ideals

house.” Chapman adds, “Clocks were very expensive

of the period: of shifting taste; and political, economic

objects. Watches were worn by the elites who could

and cultural events; and how concepts of time itself

afford them. In our current exhibition at the Legion of

is shaped by technological and scientific innovation.

Honor, Breguet: Art and Innovation in Watchmaking

Set of Venini Murano glass Clessidre Hourglass, handblown glass and sand. Italy, 1947-55. Collection: Austin Forbord and Eve Forbord Petrucci of Dzine.

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(September 19, 2015 –January 10, 2016), we show that precision and accuracy in timepieces improved in the late 18th century. People were able to keep an accurate track of time personally. Clocks and watches became important personally as well as publicly.” We are pleased to present for this exhibit an extraordinary world-class collection of antique timepieces from Shreve & Co., San Francisco. A San Francisco institution, Shreve & Co. has been providing fine jewelry, watches and other luxury goods since 1852. This year Shreve begins a new chapter in San Francisco at their new location at 117 Post Street. Included in their superb collection of antique timepieces for this exhibit is an 18th-century George III chatelaine, fitted with miniature portraits, key wind watch, fob and seal. The chatelaine derives its name from the French term for a woman who held the keys to various locked valuables in a great house. Worn as a belt hook or a clasp worn at the waist with suspended keys and other small items, the chatelaine was originally an item of utility. The measure of status that the chatelaine chain represented led to the increasingly more elaborate, and decorative versions produced in the 18th century, such as the glittering chatelaine in the Shreve & Co. collection, fitted with a watch, and miniatures trimmed and enriched with ribbands set with paste stones. An example of how this was worn and the status such an object represented can be seen in the portrait of Miss Mary Edwards, 1742, by William Hogarth, Frick Collection. One of the richest women of her time, Mary Edwards repudiated her wastrel husband to command her own property, fortune and destiny. Hogarth paints Mary Edwards in frontal hierarchy, a chatelaine chain suspended at her waist, described by the Frick Collection as being “…At full command of her place in the world.” A painted and parcel gilt mantle clock from Foster-Gwin Art and Antiques illustrates the Neoclassic style of

From top: George III Chatelaine, fitted with various portrait miniatures,

the late 18th century. In 1790 when this clock was

key wind watch, fob and seal,18th centur y. Collection: Shreve & Co. Neoclassic Paint

produced, much of the decorative arts of Europe

Provenance: Whitney Warren Jr. (1898-1986).

and Parcel Gilt Mantle Clock, late 18th centur y. Collection: Foster-Gwin Art and Antiques.

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had moved from the earlier Rococo period with its “c” scrolls and curvilinear shapes to the rational symmetry and ordered classicism of the Neoclassic period. Inspired by the discoveries from Roman antiquity found in the buried cities of Herculaneum and Pompeii, the forms, decorative motifs and ornament of antiquity were disseminated by texts and drawings to captivate all of Europe. The clock has a white painted dial fitted to a case that displays many of the forms of ornament that defines this style: a fluted architectural case is flanked by fluted classical columns with carved twining vines suggesting the ruins of antiquity; fitted with a carved mask and surmounted by a carved classical urn finial; the whole raised on a base with laurel festoons, rosettes, husk pendants and centering a pierced and carved guilloche panel. This clock has an interesting San Francisco connection, formally being in the collection of the late aesthete Whitney Warren (1898-1986). This clock was once placed with other period antiques in Warren’s Modernist Telegraph Hill house that was designed by Gardner Dailey in 1937. Finely modeled and executed, the Grand Tour cathedral clock in the collection of Piraneseum, circa 1830, illustrates one of the best examples of objects made to commemorate The Grand Tour: a program of European travel generally for young aristocratic men that was considered necessary to complete their education. This clock is also a potent example of the significant shift in taste away from classicism in the decorative arts of this era. The date of 1830 is generally considered the cutoff date for what is known as “period antiques”. This term refers to items of furniture and objects made prior to this date, in the style of the respective periods of the decorative arts: the Baroque of the 17th century; the Regence followed by the Rococo period of the early to mid-18th century; the Neoclassic period of the Rheims Cathedral Clock, Firegilded bronze case on inlaid rosewood base. Case made by Bavozet Freres, Paris. Clock works by F. Villemsens, Paris. Circa. 1830. Collection: Piraneseum.

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late 18th century followed by the Regency period in England; and the Empire period of France in the early 19th century. After 1830, there was a succession of various revival periods until the late 19th century. In this clock the fire gilded bronze case made by Bavozet is modeled after the cathedral at Rheims, France. The clock works are by F. Villemsens, Paris; the whole rests on an inlaid rosewood base. As one of four different, very highly detailed models of the facades of French cathedrals, manufactured into the 1830s, this clock features its original ormolu finish, with matte and burnished gilding over the underlying bronze casting. “This is an example of remarkable quality,” shares Piraneseum’s Lucia Howard. “Grand Tour pieces were a kind of early souvenir. This clock is far above in execution and refined artistry to most Grand Tour pieces such as the ones made in Rome in the 18th and early 19th century”. Grand tour pieces were a way for the travelers to remind them of the places they visited and also a way to display their erudition and taste to the public at large. A Japanese incense clock included in the exhibition from the late 19th, early 20th century illustrates many of the qualities that enamored the West to Japanese design and is a highly fascinating and unique method of timekeeping. The technology of Japanese incense clocks is believed to have come via China, and was used for various events at temples and shrines. Time was told by reading the position of the smoke emitting from the burning incense powder that was arranged in a linear pattern. Japanese incense clocks have an upper box section that holds the ash on which the incense is burnt and a lower section with drawers, which holds the clock's paraphernalia. There is usually a lattice cover that fits over the top portion to prevent drafts from burning the incense unevenly. The ash is tamped down and a wooden form with track openings is placed on it. The incense is then poured into the

Japanese Incense Clock, late 19th-centur y. Collection: Galen Lowe Art & Antiques.

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tracks, evened out and tamped down for a consistent rate of burning. When the form is removed there are tracks of incense on the ash, which when ignited, burns at a steady given rate. By looking at the tracks in the grid one can tell what time it is. Two small novelty clocks in the exhibition dating from the late 1930s to the late 1940s are examples of a Streamlined Moderne style that evolved from the previous Art Deco style of the 1920s. A Trylon and Perisphere Clock from the collections of Piraneseum is composed of Bakelite and a plastic case with metal mounts. Made in the United States in 1939, The Trylon and Perisphere was the theme building for the 1939 New York World’s Fair. This rare clock works by tightening the spring winding device in its base, which causes the miniature Perisphere to slowly turn. Its hand-painted numbers are read against the miniature Trylon, which doubles as a support for a thermometer. The other clock was made by Welby in Germany following the war and was produced in the US Zone. This clock from the private collection of designer and architect Matthew MacCaul Turner is in the form of a globe on stand and is composed of silver plated brass. The globe ingeniously opens to reveal the clock face inside. “I have a collection of travel clocks, and a collection of globes, so this piece is an intersection of two collections,” shares Matthew. “These bijou travel clocks are in themselves beautiful objects. Time today seems so utilitarian, and these vintage clocks operate as objects of delight and beauty, as well as a means of telling time.” A fine example of the interpretation of modernism in postwar Scandinavia is a Danish cabinet clock from the collections of Almond + Company, San Francisco. This cabinet clock was designed by Hovmand-Olsen in the early 1960s and is made of teak and brass. The case displays the soft modernism that defines the postwar From top: Tr ylon and Perisphere Clock, bakelite and plastic case with metal mounts. Made in the United States, 1939. Collection: Piraneseum. Danish Cabinet Clock, teak and brass, designed by Hovmand-Olsen, Denmark, circa 1960. Collection: Almond + Company.

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furnishings and decorative arts that we have come to know as “Danish Modern”. The tubular steel designs of modernism had no appeal to the Scandinavians, and instead they combined pure, organic and distilled forms with a reverence for craftsmanship. The use of teak, an imported tropical hardwood, was prevalent. This clock cabinet illustrates all the hallmarks of this style. Time and timekeeping comes full circle in a set of Venini Murano glass and sand hourglasses, from the collections of Austin Ford and Eve Forbord Petrucci at Dzine, San Francisco. The hourglass, one of the most ancient methods of measuring time, was given a contemporary and fresh approach by the celebrated Italian glass firm, Venini, in 1949-1955. The clessidre hourglass composed of alternating colored glass was meticulously handcrafted on the island of Murano, the traditional location for the production of fine Venetian glass. It is fascinating to see how such an ancient method of time-

19th-centur y Empire bronze and Ormolu Night Clock by Bofenschen. Collection: Mallett

keeping and form such as the hourglass can become an icon of modernity and to ask the question, “How will timepieces

Philip Bewley is a Fine Art Advisor and owner of the firm,

evolve in the future?” The examples in this exhibit show

Philip Bewley, Fine Art Advisor y. Philip is currently working

that all timepieces from antiquity to the present can evolve

with Studio Nahemow and is also the curator for Dzine

in ways to reflect what we believe is important. Timepieces

Galler y, San Francisco. His current exhibition for Dzine

can be reinvented, re-imagined, and go in a technological direction that we never dreamt of before. If anything, timepieces are artifacts of function and beauty that are eternal.

titled, “Pattern Language” features fifteen women artists from the San Francisco Bay Area, Los Angeles and London. Philip was formally the Galler y Manager for Therien & Co., Inc., San Francisco, a top period antiques dealer.

THE 2015 L O A N E X H I B I T I O N Curator: Philip Bewley

Design Consultant: Matthew MacCaul Turner

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ach culture and era has its own treasures that are remarkable, noteworthy, significant and

pleasing to the eye, be it art, architecture, furniture, textiles, fashion, jewelry, a garden landscape, home dÊcor or a particular genre. The Lecture Series has, for many years, presented the rich history and importance of cherishing what we find beautiful in our world, now and in generations past. Since the Fall Antiques Show’s inception in 1981, The Lecture Series has presented some of the most prominent names in the world of art, antiques, history, design and architecture who share their knowledge and insight into their areas of expertise. We are pleased to continue that tradition this year. Please join us for the series. Tickets are for sale at the box office at the Show entrance.

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F R O M D OW N T O N

T O G AT S B Y:

Jewellery and Fashion from 1890 to 1929 Andrew Prince Thursday, October 22 | 11:00 a.m.

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he period from 1890 to 1929 saw a revolution in

first Bond Street shop and then featured them in the

style, culture and fashion. Europe at this time was

magazine worn by Helena Christensen. This led to

a magnet for the creative arts, where the old and new

commissions for Michael Jackson (a large crystal and

worlds met, and Paris was at its center. When the Ballet

pearl shoulder jewel), Shirley Bassey and the Victoria

Russe exploded on the scene in 1909, everyone was

and Albert Museum. Film and television work followed,

inspired by its color and exoticism. Together with the

notably “The Young Victoria” starring Emily Blunt, and

still lingering love of the 18th century, an astonish-

most recently his designs have been worn by Maggie

ing pallet of design appeared from which artists could

Smith, Elizabeth McGovern and Michelle Dockery on

pick and choose or defy. In his lavishly illustrated talk,

“Downton Abbey.” Prince lives and works in London,

Andrew Prince will show the extraordinary patrons and

but travels widely to lecture and share his passion.

characters that lived and designed at this time, and also how the couture houses collaborated with the great jewellers to produce some of the most exquisite and celebrated works of the jewelled arts.

In addition to designing costume jewellery, Prince is an authority on gems and the histories of important jewellery. Prince was featured in the January 2015 issue of Country & Town House and recently had two

Andrew Prince is a noted jewellery and gem historian

major articles published by the Gemological Institute

based in London as well as the designer behind much of

of America. Because of his depth of knowledge and

the wonderful and period-specific jewellery seen on the

exceptional expertise on the history of jewellery, fashion

PBS television series “Downton Abbey.” He has loved

and prominent historic personalities, Andrew tours

jewellery since he was a small boy, perhaps as a result

internationally to speak on the topic.

of swallowing his mother’s pearl earring at the age of three! At 16, he apprenticed for “Antiques Roadshow” expert Ian Harris. Under his guidance, Prince developed a taste for jewels that were valued for their quality of design and craftsmanship, rather than how much the stones in the piece were worth. Prince started creating his own pieces at the age of 20. His designs were bold, lavish and large and caught the eye of Isabella Blow of Vogue magazine who encouraged him to do more. She wore his choker-necklace and bracelets to the 1992 opening party of Gianni Versace’s Elizabeth McGovern (L) and Michelle Docker y (R) wearing jewels designed by Andrew Prince on the PBS program, “Downton Abbey.”

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T I M E T R AV E L T H R O U G H THE CASTLES OF FRANCE A journey from Leonardo da Vinci to Marquis de La Fayette and through the amazing cultural heritage of French Royalty Count Gonzague Saint Bris Thursday, October 22 | 2:30 p.m.

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French writer, historian and journalist, Count

Chambord, Chenonceau and Chantilly. Through his

Gonzague Saint Bris is a “Renaissance Man” who

unique style of narration and his spectacular video

lives on the family property of Clos Lucé in Amboise,

images filmed by drones, he will bring to life the spirit

France. This magnificent historical castle was the home

and presence of some of the best known historical

of Leonardo da Vinci, who lived and died there. The

characters depicted in his books and biographies of the

son of a French Ambassador to London, Count Saint

rich and famous.

Bris will take us on a romantic journey through history and time, filled with anecdotes and humor; a memorable adventure through world history, contemporary art and beauty.

Familiar with most of the royal families of our time, Count Saint Bris also went to Africa with Michael Jackson for a 20-day journey to explore the Jackson family ancestory. Count Saint Bris discovered an unknown

Count Saint Bris will speak about personal family castles

cultural dimension of this music genius and megastar,

as well as prestigious royal properties such as Versailles,

a subject he explored in one of his most recent books. Count Saint Bris could have lived many lives. He worked as a journalist for some of the most important French newspapers and magazines, produced radio and television programs, and participated in politics at city level as well as at the State Department of Culture. He is the founder and president of the Romantic Film Festival of Cabourg and of an annual Book Festival which brings together some 200 authors and more than 60,000 visitors in a unique forest environment. As the author of some 50 books, Count Saint Bris has received many literary and government awards from all over the world, including an award from the John F. Kennedy University in California. Presented in collaboration with the French Heritage Society

Clos Lucé, the historical castle of Leonardo da Vinci, owned by Count Gonzague Saint Bris and his family in Amboise, France

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S O U V E N I R – AV E N I R : Yesterday and What is to Come Hutton Wilkinson and Flynn Kuhnert Friday, October 23 | 11:00 a.m.

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uthors Hutton Wilkinson and Flynn Kuhnert will

Tony Duquette Inc., where he presides over the

present their illustrated tale of irrepressible joy

important jewelry and interior design house begun

amidst loss, determined rebirth, self-invention and

by Tony Duquette in 1941. Wilkinson is President

most importantly, continuance from their new novel of

of the Anthony and Elizabeth Foundation for the

historic fiction, The Walk to Elsie’s (Cecil Court Press,

Living Arts and of the Elsie de Wolfe Foundation,

UK; First edition, 2015). Based on the true story of the

as well as a Director of the International Board of

last ten years of Elsie de Wolfe’s life and the first ten

Save Venice, Inc. Recently, Wilkinson was recognized

years of Tony Duquette’s career, Wilkinson and Kuhnert

by His Majesty, King Juan Carlos of Spain as the

will share first-hand knowledge entrusted to them by

Hereditary Fourth Count of Alastaya.

Duquette about the design icon’s friendship with The First Lady of American Design. The authors will  take their audience on a lavish adventure across the United States and Europe between the years 1941 and 1951, as young Tony becomes Elsie de Wolfe's last great protégé. Their talk, like their book, will be peopled with the most glamorous globetrotters of the day, including Cole Porter, Billy Haines, Vincente Minnelli, Judy Garland, Christian Dior, Doris Duke, the Windsors and dozens more, all of whom Wilkinson and Kuhnert will bring to life for their audience.

Hutton Wilkinson is co-author of Tony Duquette and author of More is More as well as Tony Duquette *Hutton Wilkinson* Jewelry. He is creative Director and CEO of

Flynn Kuhnert has taught 19th and 20th-century dramatic literature at Harvard College and served as a Visiting Professor at Duke. He has directed and designed 35 theatre and opera productions in America and the Netherlands. He has served on the international board of directors of Save Venice, Inc. for nearly a decade. In 2013, he created and presented The Kuhnert Chronicles for the Ovation Television Network, analyzing art, architecture, theatre and literature. He is Editor-inChief of The Happy Traveler, which explores art and cultural happenings in cities across the globe. The lecture will be followed by a book signing of The Walk to Elsie’s by the authors in the Authors’ Alcove.

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THE TIMELESS LEGACY OF

PA R I S H - H A D L E Y:

A Conversation with Bunny Williams and Brian J. McCarthy Moderated by Suzanne Tucker Friday, October 23 | 2:30 p.m.

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he legendary interior design firm Parish-Hadley

His work has appeared in House Beautiful, Elle Décor

Associates set the standard for American style

Architectural Digest and The New York Times. McCarthy

in the finest homes for more than three decades, from the 1960s through the 1990s. Throughout its colorful history, Parish-Hadley was commissioned by the most prestigious families in the country, from the Kennedys at the White House to the Astors, Rockefellers and Gettys. The fertile partnership between Sister Parish and Albert Hadley also greatly influenced the taste, style, creative process and practices of the many designers who worked for them.

lives in New York City.

Bunny Williams is a garden expert, an interior designer with her own design firm, owner of Bunny Williams Home, co-owner of Treillage Ltd. and author of four books published by Stewart Tabori & Chang. She was previously at Parish-Hadley for 20 years. Her work has appeared in Architectural Digest, Veranda, Elle Décor and House Beautiful. Williams divides her time between New York, Connecticut, and the Dominican Republic.

Co-authors of the new book, Parish-Hadley Tree of Life: An Intimate History of the Legendary Design Firm (October, 2015, Stewart Tabori & Chang), Brian J. McCarthy and Bunny Williams will share personal stories and experiences from their years at Parish-Hadley. The presentation will feature images from the book showcasing 30 of the most renowned designers illustrating how their work today was shaped by Parish-Hadley.

Moderator Suzanne Tucker is recognized today as one of the country’s leading interior designers. Her firm Tucker & Marks was established in 1986 and Suzanne Tucker Home was launched in 2010 with her textile, tabletop and home furnishings line. Architectural Digest has honored her repeatedly on the AD100 list of top designers. She is the author of two books on design.

Brian J. McCarthy is the owner of his own design firm, Brian J. McCarthy, Inc., providing interior design as well as architectural consultation. He is a former partner at Parish-Hadley, and is the author of Luminous Interiors. 61

The lecture will be followed by a book signing of Parish-Hadley Tree of Life by the authors in the Authors’ Alcove.


Interior by Suzanne Rheinstein

DESIGNING WITH ANTIQUES IN A CONTEMPO RARY WO RLD Suzanne Rheinstein | Jeffr y Weisman DESIGNER SATURDAY, Saturday, October 24 | 11:00 a.m.

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cclaimed designers Suzanne Rheinstein and

for the way we live today.

Suzanne Rheinstein is an internationally recognized interior designer and the owner of Hollyhock, the renowned home furnishing and accessories shop in Los Angeles. Her signature style is often described as elegant civility – “fewer things but better things.” Her first book, At Home: A Style for Today with Things from the Past, (Rizzoli, November 2010) was named a bestseller by The Wall Street Journal. In her latest book, Rooms for Living (Rizzoli, October 2015), Suzanne offers a master class in how she achieves harmonious living spaces through thoughtful use of texture, color and proportion.

According to Jeffry Weisman, historically, the challenges

With a design degree and an MBA from Stanford,

around designing with antiques were threefold: how

Jeffry Weisman has worked in corporate design, product design and licensing, and residential design. In 2000, he merged forces with Andrew Fisher to establish Fisher Weisman. The firm’s work, described in The New York Times as “drop dead, big city chic,” has been widely published. Known for inventive, luxurious interiors with elements of fantasy, the firm also creates products for major manufacturers and produces its own collection, Casa Acanto. Elle Décor includes Fisher Weisman in its “A-List” and a monograph on the firm’s work, Artful Decoration, was published recently.

Jeffry We i s m a n w i l l c o m e t o g e t he r f or a

conversation on incorporating antiques into a 21stcentury home. As Suzanne says, “contemporary is not a single object, it is an attitude. I use antiques in a more clean and spare way than I did in the past. Contemporary means not always taking things so seriously.” Rheinstein will demonstrate this in different types of settings: from a New York apartment with an haute loft look, to new and mid-century houses and houses that are more traditional—all using antiques

to find great pieces, how to afford them, and how to combine them with contemporary furnishings to make a beautiful and functional home. “Today, a few minutes on a computer give broad access to an enormous range of pieces, eliminating much of the mystery from sourcing,” says Weisman, “but prices – for fine quality – are a permanent challenge. Working with antiques has become more challenging because as clients have evolved, it is increasingly difficult for them to understand why antiques are essential to creating a sophisticated interior with unique character. To master choosing antiques for clients, designers must gain a reasonable depth of knowledge on the subject.”

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LOVE, AMERICAN STYLE Shingle Style Architecture Thomas A. Kligerman, John Ike and Joel Barkley DESIGNER SATURDAY, Saturday, October 24 | 2:30 p.m.

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cclaimed architects John Ike, Thomas A. Kligerman and Joel Barkley believe the American romance with the shingle style has lasted nearly 150 years because it presents, in an understated way, the best of everything. The shingle style captures particularly American values: freedom and informality, individualism, and a certain energetic restlessness. For this distinguished design firm, the study of shingle architecture spurs creativity, enabling new answers to old questions, and opening one’s mind as well as one’s eyes. In their

lecture, the architects will present from among the 14 residences in their new book, The New Shingled House (Monacelli Press, 2015). Although inspired by past precedent, these are houses of today, embracing contemporary modes of living and benefiting from advances in technology. Ike, Kligerman and Barkley are three 21st-century design practitioners who have developed and refined their unique approach over their 25 years of practice. You will be informed with historical descriptions and engaged with personal anecdotes as these imaginative designers describe their enduring love for the shingle style.

John Ike , Tom Kligerman , and Joel Barkley opened the design firm Ike Kligerman Barkley 25 years ago, and today operate offices in New York City and San Francisco. The firm has designed buildings across the country and around the world: a Georgian townhouse in the River Oaks neighborhood of Houston; a mountain lodge in Aspen; a loft in a repurposed butter factory in Manhattan; a vernacular white villa in Cabo San Lucas; a Romanesque building on Stanford’s campus; and a rambling, weathered shingle house in Martha’s Vineyard. Widely recognized for innovative residential design, the firm's projects are featured in Architectural Digest,  Elle Décor, Veranda, and other national publications, and have been awarded the prestigious Julia Morgan and Stanford White Awards from the Institute of Classical Architecture and Art, as well as with continuous recognition on the AD100 list from Architectural Digest.  The New Shingled House follows their first monograph,  Houses (The Monacelli Press, 2010). The lecture will be followed by a book signing of The New Shingled House by the authors in the Authors’ Alcove.

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2 0 1 5 V E T T ING C O MMIT T E E THE SAN FRANCISCO FALL ANTIQUES SHOW is vetted by a committee organized by the Antiques Dealers Association of California. The purpose of vetting is to assure the public that goods are fair-worthy, that is, up to the generally accepted standards of an internationally renowned antiques show. Any objects to be shown must be vetted. All objects must be of high to excellent quality and retain their integrity and original intent. All goods must be accurately described as to date, origin, artist or craftsman and condition. The vetting takes place on Tuesday, October 20. V E T T I N G C H A I R Peter Fairbanks VICE-CHAIRS

Daniel Stein and Kathleen Taylor

ENGLISH FURNITURE, CLO CKS AND SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS Daniel Stein, Chair Laurie Fink Michael Pashby David Love* CONTINENTAL FURNITURE James Millard*, Chair Robert Domergue* James Eddy Tom Reggiardo AMERICAN FURNITURE AND FOLK ART Bonnie Grossman, Chair Doug Baxter* Jeff Bridgman Kit Hinrichs* Michael Ogle TRIBAL AND ETHNOGRAPHIC ART Joel Cooner, Chair Thomas Murray Gary Spratt* James Willis* FINE ART, INCLUDING PRINTS AND PHOTOGRAPHY Peter Flagg*, Chair Peter Fairbanks Peter Fetterman Robert Flynn Johnson* Chris Lane BOOKS John Windle*, Chair J.P. Hayden

JEWELRY Carrie Imberman, Chair Lindy Matula* Jeff Russak EUROPEAN WO RKS OF ART, SCULPTURE AND ANTIQUITIES Collier Gwin, Chair Renee Dreyfus* METALS Doug Baxter*, Chair Rachel Prater CERAMICS AND GLASS Sally Wright, Chair Janice Paull 20TH CENTURY FURNITURE AND WO RKS OF ART Karim Mehanna, Chair Charles Almond Michael DeAngelis* Eric Petsinger ASIAN ART Marsha Vargas Handley*, Chair Dessa Goddard* Joey Richards TEXTILES & RUGS Peter Pap, Chair Ben Banayan* Melissa Leventon* Kathleen Taylor OBJETS DE VERTU Glen Wright, Chair David Love* 66 129

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THOMAS MURRAY ASIATIC A–ETHNOGRAPHIC A


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Wayne Thiebaud, Various Cakes, 1981, oil on canvas, 25 x 23 inches

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William Klein, Simone and Nina, Piazza di Spanga, Rome, VOGUE, 1960. Signed gelatin silver print.

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Herman Leonard, Frank Sinatra, Monte Carlo, 1958. Signed gelatin silver print.

Paul Caponigro, Running White Deer, County Wicklow, Ireland, 1967. Signed gelatin silver print.

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REVYL, CHARLOTTE. Fashion Illustrations. Paris, circa 1931–1935. Graphite and watercolor.

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Blanche Hoschedé Monet (1865-1947) Grainstack in Giverny, 1889 Oil on canvas, 10.63 x 13.78 inches Signed Lower Left: B. Hoschedé Monet

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Ancestral Figure Mezcala Culture Guerrero, Mexico 350 BC - 250 AD 11” x 3.25” x 2.25”

RAILYARD DISTRICT 540 S. GUADALUPE STREET SANTA FE, NM 87501 505.820.3300 WILLIAMSIEGAL.COM Booth 55


S t e i n i t z G a l l e ry : 7 7 ,

rue du

STEINITZ

STEINITZ

Faubourg-Saint-Honoré – 75008 Paris

S t e i n i t z D e c o r at i o n : B y A pp o i n t m e n t , 6

rue

R o ya l e – 7 5 0 0 8 P a r i s Booth 14


LEBRETON GALLERY

L E B R E T O N 412 Jackson street San Francisco, CA 94111 www.lebretongallery.com Booth 51


AMERICAN GARAGE

www.americangarageantiques.com

Booth 9


THE CICERO COLLECTION

T H E C I C E RO C O L L E C T I O N 12 CICERO LANE

AUSTIN, TX 78746

Head of the Buddha Stucco Gandhara, Region of Taxila 3rd - 5th Century Booth 32

512-705-0336


18th and 19th Century Furniture and Works of Art 3599 SACRAMENTO ST., SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94118 www.treggiardoantiques.com 415.346.2333

Member Antique Dealers Association of California

T. REGGIARDO ANTIQUES

T. REGGIARDO ANTIQUES

Booth 47


THE AMES GALLERY

“ Time was . . .�

A selection of our whimsey carvings.

Internationally acclaimed, The Ames Gallery is an unsung treasure of the Bay Area.

Since 1970, we have offered exceptional folk art and

utilitarian Americana. We also feature contemporary visionary, self-taught and outsider artists such as Ursula Barnes, Deborah Barrett, Jim Bauer, Ted Gordon, Dwight Mackintosh, Alex A. Maldonado, and A.G. Rizzoli. 2661 Cedar St., Berkeley, CA 94708

Booth 36

510/845-4949

84

amesgallery.com


lFreitas

Am e r i c a n An t i q u e s & D ec o rativ e A rts

ROBERTO FREITAS AMERICAN ANTIQUES & DECORATIVE ARTS

Roberto

SOUTH GERMAN ORMOLU-MOUNTED EBONY, EBONIZED AND PIETRA DURE CABINET ON CHEST. 89” high, 48 ¾” wide, 26” deep.

156 Water Street • Stonington • Connecticut 06378 860-535-1797 phone/text • info@robertofreitas.com

www.RobertoFreitas.com

Booth 4


ARADER GALLERIES

e merger of art and science - Inspiring our young

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Philadelphia

New York City

Houston


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J.R. RICHARDS

J.R. RICHARDS Asian Art

27 Fleet Street, Marina Del Rey, CA 90292 310-795-6812 joey @ joeyrichards.com | www.joeyrichards.com

Masaru Nakada, (Japan, born 1977) Contemporary Porcelain vases. from 8" 17"

Booth 46

88


PATRICK & ONDINE MESTDAGH

A cryptomeria wood carving of toads, Hakusui Kawaguchi 20th century, h. 105cm

www.patrickmestdagh.be Booth 23


CLINTON HOWELL ANTIQUES

By appointment only

C L I N T O N HOW E L L

30 E. 95th Street, Apt 5B New York, NY 10028 Tel: (212) 517-5879 clintonhowell@mindspring.com www.clintonhowellantiques.com

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George III Irish

A fine three-plate rococo oval mirror,

mahogany green marble

crested by an oval surmounted with

top pier table, ca. 1760,

an acanthus spray, flanked by rocaille,

with an elaborate shell

with ho-ho birds perched on foliated

carved apron and ball

c- and s-scrolls that flank a large

and claw feet.

central plate, the central plate rests

Height: 31" Width: 41"

atop a smaller oval plate flanked by c-scrolls and centered by a cabochon. English, Circa 1755 Height: 69" Width: 30"

Booth 22


KATHLEEN TAYLOR – THE LOTUS COLLECTION

19th century Japanese resist dyed (shibori-zome) wool felt carpet (shibori-mosen). Called “mosen,” these carpets were for winter use in the waiting area of a tea house. 49 1/2" wide x 80 1/2" long

Fine Antique Textiles and Tapestries BY

O NLY 480 G ATE F IVE ROAD . S UITE 109. S AUSALITO . CA 94965 T EL 415.398.8115 C ELL 415.516.3794 kathleen @ ktaylor-lotus.com www.ktaylor-lotus.com

APPOINTMENT

Booth 52


YEW TREE HOUSE ANTIQUES

414 EAST 71ST STREET 212 249-6612 Booth 53

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ARTHUR GUY KAPLAN ANTIQUES

French sautoir set with natural pearls and diamonds in platinum fittings in original presentation case from B. Noury at 64 R. Greneta, Paris. Circa 1910.

Arthur Guy Kaplan AntiqueJewelry

rkaplan8350@comcast.net • 410-752-2090 • 410-664-8350 • Cell 410-746-9710 P.O. Box 1942 • Baltimore, Maryland 21203

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Booth 49


WILLIAM A. KARGES FINE ART

h e n r i e t ta s h o r e (1880-1963)

26 x 26 inches

“Orchid Tango�

Oil on Canvas

One of the preeminent dealers in California, Karges Fine Art specializes in Early California and American paintings. With galleries in both Santa Monica and Carmel, Karges Fine Art carries one of the most historically significant inventories on the West Coast. In addition, Karges Fine Art is the exclusive dealer for paintings by Dennis Doheny.

Bergamot Station 2525 Michigan Ave., T-3 Santa Monica, CA 90404 Tel: (310) 276-8551 Booth 12

6th & Dolores Carmel, CA 93921 Tel: (831) 625-4266

www.kargesfineart.com


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EDE Antiquarian Prints, Framing and Restoration

Thomas Frye Her Most Excellent Majesty, CHARLOTTE, Queen of Great Britain, etc. Mezzotint portrait by Thomas Frye Published in London in 1762

ISAAC & EDE

ISA AC

81 Kensington Church Street London W8 4BG tel :

020 7937 8878

info@isaacandede.com www.isaacandede.com

Booth 11


FOSTER-GWIN, INC.

A M I X T U R E T H AT D O E S N OT G O O U T O F S T Y L E Winter Antique Show 2015

F G FOSTER

GWIN

Art & Antiques 1950s and 1960s Bay Area Art / Fine European Antiques Ja c k s o n S q u a r e 3 8 H o t a l i n g P l a c e a t Ja c k s o n S t r e e t i n S a n Fr a n c i s c o

w w w. f o s t e r g w i n . c o m Booth 8

415.397.4986


AEDICULE

CONSERVATION AND RESTORATION OF ANTIQUES AND ANTIQUITIES 3225 SACRAMENTO STREET, SAN FRANCISCO | 415 771 5837 | AE@AEDICULE.COM | WWW.AEDICULE.COM

Booth 56


THE PHILADELPHIA PRINT SHOP WEST

West

The Philadelphia Print Shop 201 Fillmore Street, Suite 101 Denver, Colorado 80206 • (303) 322-4757

www.pps-west.com Booth 48

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MICHAEL PASHBY ANTIQUES

A Proud Member Of

www.michaelpashbyantiques.com #

Booth 42


KR MARTINDALE GALLERY

K R

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G a l l e r y

Panamint Basket, first quarter 20th Century, Woven by Mary Wrinkle

Kim Martindale has been dealing art for over forty years and specializes in showcasing outstanding works of art from American Indian, Spanish Colonial, to Ethnographic Art, as well as, Fine Art. The gallery has access to the very best items in these areas and travels the world to find unique and special pieces to help build significant collections. We look forward to helping you acquire that item you are looking for! 1154 Grant Avenue Venice, CA 90291 T +1.310.822.9145 F +1.310.822.9179 krmartindale@mac.com 100

Booth 29 KR Martindale Gallery_SFFA_Ad1.indd 1

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CARLTON HOBBS LLC

Booth 1


GALLERY 925

Purveyors of Georg Jensen and 20th Century Iconic Designs in Sterling Silver San Francisco

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info@gallery925.com | 415.984.1928

Hand made sterling silver Candelabra by Evald Nielsen, Denmark, designed in 1926. Booth 27

102


PAST ERA ANTIQUE JEWELRY

3433 West Alabama ∙ Houston, Texas 77027 713.621.3433 ∙ www.pastera.com 103

Booth 30


CLIVE DEVENISH ANTIQUES

Clive Devenish Antiques Incline Village, Nevada clivedevenishantiques@comcast.net www.clivedevenishantiques.com (510) 414-4545 Established 1976

Australian Gold Nugget 584.5 grams (18.8 troy ounces) 22 karats 4 ¼” long

Booth 31

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JOEL COONER GALLERY

Booth 20


Booth 19

MONTGOMERY GALLERY & MODERN


MALLETT ANTIQUES

Booth 33


PETER PAP ORIENTAL RUGS, INC.

Peter Pap Oriental Rugs, Inc. DISTINCTIVE ANTIQUE RUGS SINCE 1976

Sammarkand Suzani circa 1800 or earlier 9' 1" x 6' 10" Provenance: Collection of Ignazio Vok Published: Vok Collection: Suzani 2, A Textile Art from Central Asia, plate 75

Exhibiting: Winter Antiques Show New York, NY January 22 – 31, 2016

470 Jackson Street San Francisco, California 415.956.3300 Monday – Saturday 10 to 5

1225 Main Street Dublin, New Hampshire 603.563.8717 Wednesday – Saturday 10 to 5

inquiries @ peterpap.com

View over 1,000 rugs online www.peterpap.com

Booth 58


Specialist Dealer in Mason's & Other English Ironstone Oriental Textiles & Art

JANICE PAULL

JANICE PAULL

Mason's Ironstone China Inkstand complete decorated in deep blue, red and green, c. 1830 Pattern, Chinese Vista; Size: 13 in

Aportado 130, EC A lvor, A lgar ve, Portimao, Portugal 8501906 tel : us

201 960 0363 |

portuga l

+351 915432863

janice@janicepaull.com www.janicepaull.com

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Booth 25


VANDEUREN GALLERIES, INC.

7366 Santa Monica Boulevard West Hollywood, CA 90046 Booth 17

323 874-0008 vandeuren.com 110


Estate Jewelers Fashionably relevant antique jewels and fine 20th century jewelry.

Circa 1960s by Cazzaniga, Rome

LAWRENCE JEFFREY

LAWRENCE JEFFREY

Shown actual size

Open 7 days a week on the Litchfield Green www.lawrencejeffrey.com Gallery: 33 West Street • Litchfield, Connecticut 06759 • Phone: 860.567.5084 111

Booth 35


Booth 5

112

JAYNE THOMPSON ANTIQUES


KENTSHIRE

113

Booth 2


HAYDEN & FANDETTA BOOKS

books 410 Park Avenue, Suite 1500 New York, New York 10022 212 • 582 • 2505 info @ haydenandfandettararebooks.com www.haydenandfandettararebooks.com

Booth 34

114


18th & 19th Century English & Continental Furniture & Works of Art

DANIEL STEIN ANTIQUES, INC.

DANIEL STEIN ANTIQUES, INC.

A Magnificent Regency Period Rosewood Bookcase, Circa 1820. H: 9'1" W: 7'1" D: 22"

458 JACKSON STREET . SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94111 TEL 415 956-5620 . FAX 415 956-8708 . EMAIL info@danielsteinantiques.com WEB www.danielsteinantiques.com Booth 10


JAMES SANSUM FINE AND DECORATIVE ART

JAMES SANSUM FINE AND DECORATIVE ART 33 EAST 68TH STREET 6TH FLOOR NEW YORK NEW YORK 10065 212-288-9455 info@jamessansum.com www.jamessansum.com Booth 50

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PIRANESEUM

117

Booth 3


DAVID BROOKER FINE ART

DAVID BROOKER FINE ART 362 Pequot Avenue   •  Southport, CT 06890 Telephone (203) 232-2807   •  E-mail: dbart1967@hotmail.com www.davidbrooker.com

Fox Hunting David Dalby 24 x 20 inches, Oil on canvas English, circa 1830

Booth 41

118


CARLSON AND STEVENSON ANTIQUES

Original New Yorker Cartoon by Barbara Shermund (1899-1978) Published October 4, 1930 page 33

CARLSON and STEVENSON 1 8 t h an d 19th ce n tur y scho ol gi rl art, watercol ors, fol k art , e ar ly 20th ce n tur y ori gi nal art and si lver

802-236-2342 | 802-236-4945 P.O. Box 1113, Manchester Center, VT 05255 Booth 57


FINNEGAN GALLERY

FINNEGAN GALLERY FINE GARDEN AND ARCHITECTURAL ANTIQUES

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS • TEL. 312.738.9747

Booth 15

www.finnegangallery.com


— London — Telephone UK: (+44) 7831 496 516

Telephone at show: (201) 232-7189

E-mail: jessedavis-antiques@talk21.com www.jessedavis-antiques.co.uk

JESSE DAVIS ANTIQUES

JESSE DAVIS ANTIQUES

A rare and highly decorative set of three hand painted university rowing trophy blades from Jesus College, Cambridge, dated 1901 & 1902.

121

Booth 44


RICHARD GOULD ANTIQUES LTD.

RICHARD GOULD ANTIQUES LTD. Sally Gould Wright and Glen Wright, Proprietors

Objects from The China Trade 1720 – 1840.

www.RichardGouldAntiques.com By Appointment Only Mailing Address Only: 149 S. Barrington Avenue #753 Los Angeles, California 90049

Tel /Fax 310.440.9069 Cell 310.849.1657 info@RichardGouldAntiques.com Booth 16


JEFF R. BRIDGMAN AMERICAN ANTIQUES

Booth 21


BERKELEY

ADAC’s members are committed to represent honestly the merchandise we offer for sale. It is our policy that all sales invoices will describe the article sold, its date of origin, and its condition, noting

ANTIQUE & ART EXCHANGE (415) 522-3580 antiqueandartexchange.com

THE NORTH POINT GALLERY (510) 549-9425 northpointgallery.com

DRAGONETTE LTD (310) 855-9091 dragonetteltd.com

ARADER GALLERIES (415) 788-5115 aradersf.com

ENGS-DIMITRI WORKS OF ART ANTIQUES (310) 657-5222 engsdimitri.com

COLONIAL ARTS GALLERY (415) 505-0680 colonialarts.com

CAMBRIA EVANS AND GERST ANTIQUES (805) 927-7300 (310) 657-0112 evansandgerst.com

CULVER CITY JF CHEN VAULT (310) 559-2436

DAVID’S ANTIQUES (760) 728-9871

of the Antiques Dealers Association of California, you can be confident you are buying from a dealer

FRESNO CHAPPELL & McCULLAR (559) 241-0200 chappellmccullar.com

dedicated to the highest standards of excellence.

Please call for a brochure

San Francisco CA 94111-1900 Tel 415 956 5620 visit our website

RICHARD GOULD ANTIQUES, LTD. (310) 440-9069 RichardGouldAntiques.com HABITÉ LA (323) 692-0023 habitela.com NEIL A. LANE, INC. NEIL LANE JEWELRY (310) 275-5015 neillanejewelry.com JOHN J. NELSON ANTIQUES, LLC (310) 652-2103 johnnelsonantiques.com THERIEN & CO. (310) 657-4615 therien.com

LOS ANGELES AMERICAN GARAGE (323) 658-8100 americangarageantiques.com

458 Jackson Street

CAMBRIDGE ART GALLERY (310) 451-2888 CambridgeArtGallery.com

DOWNTOWN (310) 652-7461 downtown20.net

FALLBROOK antiques from a member

SANTA MONICA

THE AMES GALLERY (510) 845-4949 amesgallery.com

significant restoration. When you purchase

SAN FRANCISCO

ASIAN ART STUDIO (323) 641-7486 asianartstudio.com JF CHEN & JF CHEN LOFT (323) 466-9700 jfchen.com JF CHEN PROJECT (323) 466-9710 jfchen.com

RANCHO SANTA FE THE McNALLY COMPANY ANTIQUES, INC. (858) 756-1922 mcnallycompanyantiques.com

SAN ANSELMO CARPETS OF THE INNER CIRCLE (415) 398-2988 c-innercircle.com

epoca (415) 864-6895 epocasf.com FOSTER-GWIN, INC. (415) 397-4986 fostergwin.com TONY KITZ ORIENTAL CARPETS (415) 346-2100 tonykitzgallery.com LEBRETON GALLERY (415) 291-8484 lebretongallery.com MONTGOMERY GALLERY (415) 788-8300 montgomerygallery.com PETER PAP ORIENTAL RUGS, INC. (415) 956-3300 peterpap.com T. REGGIARDO ANTIQUES (415) 346-2333 treggiardoantiques.com DANIEL STEIN ANTIQUES (415) 956-5620 danielsteinantiques.com SANDRA WHITMAN, ANTIQUE & OLD CHINESE RUGS (415) 861-4477 sandrawhitman.com

www.antiquedealersca.com

SAUSALITO IMARI GALLERY (415) 332-0245 imarigallery.com KATHLEEN TAYLOR THE LOTUS COLLECTION (415) 398-8115 (415) 516-3794 ktaylor-lotus.com

SOUTH PASADENA THOMAS R. FIELD ANTIQUES (626) 799-8546 thomasrfieldantiques.com

SUMMERLAND JUST FOLK LLC (805) 969-7118 justfolk.com

WEST HOLLYWOOD FRENCH KINGS ANTIQUES, INC. (310) 652-5045 frenchkingsantiques.com


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ARTHUR GUY KAPLAN ANTIQUES

THE PHILADELPHIA PRINT SHOP WEST

T. REGGIARDO ANTIQUES

31 Clive Devenish Antiques 37 Colonial Arts

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1 CLINTON HOWELL ANTIQUES

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CARLTON HOBBS LLC

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ARADER GALLERIES

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24 EPOCA

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39 ALMOND + COMPANY

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J.R. RICHARDS

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20 Joel Cooner Gallery

3 Piraneseum

24 epoca

43 John Berggruen Gallery

16 Richard Gould Antiques

15 Finnegan Gallery

52 Kathleen Taylor - The Lotus Collection

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2 Kentshire

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Foster-Gwin, Inc.

54 Galen Lowe Art and Antiques

29 KR Martindale Gallery

27 Gallery 925

35 Lawrence Jeffrey

34 Hayden & Fandetta Books

51 Lebreton Gallery

26 Il Segno del Tempo

33 Mallett

11 Isaac & Ede

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46 J.R. Richards

42 Michael Pashby Antiques

50 James Sansum Fine and Decorative Ar t

30 Past Era Antique Jewelry

25 Janice Paull

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38 Peter Fetterman Gallery

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14 Steinitz Gallery 47 T. Reggiardo Antiques 6

Thomas Murray Asiatica - Ethnographica

18 Ursus Prints

21 Jeff R. Bridgman American Antiques

58 Peter Pap Oriental Rugs

44 Jesse Davis Antiques

48 The Philadelphia Print Shop West

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17 Vandeuren Galleries, Inc. 12 William A. Karges Fine Art 55 William Siegal Gallery 53 Yew Tree House Antiques


INDE X TO TH E A DVERTI SERS Aedicule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97 Academy of Ar t University . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 212 Allison Caccoma . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 169 Almond + Company . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70 American Decorative Ar ts Forum . . . . . . . . . . 249 American Garage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81 American Society of Interior Designers . . . . . 242 The Ames Gallery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84 Anthem . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 231 Antiques & Fine Ar t Magazine/InCollect . . . . . 176 Antiques Dealers Association of CA (ADAC) 124 Andrew Skurman Architects . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 151 Apollo Magazine. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 144 Arader Galleries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86 Ar tGiverny . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77 Ar t & Antiques Magazine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 148 Ar t Boca Raton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 182 Ar t Deco Society of California . . . . . . . . . . . . 242 The Ar t Newspaper . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 162 Ar t Palm Beach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 230 ArtPoint . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 186-7 Ar thur Guy Kaplan Antiques . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93 Asian Ar t Museum . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 241 AXA Ar t Americas Corporation . . . . . . . . . . . . 48 BADA Antiques & Fine Ar t Fair . . . . . . . . . . . 232 BAMO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 134-5 Bonhams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Brooks Brothers . . . . . . . . . . . . Inside Front Cover Brian J. McCar thy, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 142-3 Burns & Associates Fine Printing . . . . . . . . . . 225 Butler Armsden Architects . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 165 C magazine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 128 California Historical Society . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 245 California Home + Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 California Homes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 158 Cambria . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 217 Carlson & Stevenson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 119 Carlton Hobbs LLC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101 Catherine MacFee Interior Design . . . . . . . . . 171 Chairish . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 246 Charleston Antiques Show . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 240 Christie's . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56 The Cicero Collection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82 CINOA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 244 Clars Auction Gallery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 223 Clinton Howell Antiques . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90 Closeted . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 199 Coldwell Banker Previews International . . . . . 166 Cosentino . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 Coupar Consulting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 221 Clive Devenish Antiques . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104 Daniel Stein Antiques, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 115 David Brooker Fine Ar t . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 118 David Kensington Interior Architecture & Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 140-1 Decorative Antiques & Textiles Fair . . . . . . . . . 232 de Gournay . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Inside Back Cover Deikel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 204 Dering Hall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 164 De Sousa Hughes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 195 DIFFA Dining by Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 207 Dolezal Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 177 Doris Leslie Blau . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72 Douglas Durkin Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 136-7 Douglas Sandberg Photography . . . . . . . . . . . 216 Engs-Dimitri Works of Ar t . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 219 Enterprise for High School Students . . . . . . . . . 25 epoca . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87 Ferguson & Shamamian Architects . . . . . . . . . 202 Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco . . . . . . . 186-7

Finnegan Gallery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120 First Republic Bank . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Fisher Weisman . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 138-9 Florists . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65 FOG Design + Ar t . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 206 Foster-Gwin, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96 French Heritage Society . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 150 G3 Enterprises . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 170 Galen Lowe Ar t and Antiques . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74 Gentry magazine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 188 Gentry Home . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 189 Gallery 925 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102 Geoffrey De Sousa Interior Design . . . . . . . . . 157 GPK Real Estate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 213 G.P. Schafer Architect . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 159 Grail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 The Grubb Company . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 180 Gump's . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 125 Hangar 1 Vodka . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 172 Har te Brownlee & Associates . . . . . . . . . . . . . 175 Hayden & Fandetta Books . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114 Heritage Auctions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 174 Hillsborough Antiques Show . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 228 hint water . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 249 Ike Kligerman Barkley Architects . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Il Segno del Tempo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71 Institute of Classical Architecture & Ar t . . 125-6 Interior Design Fair . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 173 Isaac & Ede . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95 J.R. Richards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 James Sansum Fine and Decorative Ar t . . . . . 116 Janice Paull . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109 James Marzo Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 153 Jayne Thompson Antiques . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 112 Jeffers Design Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 149 Jeff R. Bridgman American Antiques, LLC . . . . 123 Jesse Davis Antiques . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 121 Joel Cooner Gallery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105 John Nelson Antiques . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 208 Jonathan Rachman Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 167 Kaiser Permanente . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 192 Katherine Jacobus Decorative Ar t . . . . . . . . . . 248 Kathleen Taylor - The Lotus Collection . . . . . . 91 KC Hatcher Graphic Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 247 Ken Fulk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 161 Kendall Wilkinson Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 155 Kentshire . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113 KR Mar tindale Gallery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .100 Kristi Will Home + Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .183 KTVU FOX2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 227 Lampshades San Francisco, Dogfork Lamp Arts . 178 Lang Antiques . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 205 Laurie Ghielmetti Interiors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 163 Lawrence Fine Ar t Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50 Lawrence Jeffrey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 111 Lebreton Gallery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80 Luxe Interiors + Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 Maison Felice/Phyllis Washington Antiques . . . . 64 Malin Giddings - Coldwell Banker . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Mallett . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107 Mansour . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 203 Mark Nelson Designs, LLC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 191 Marion Hamilton . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 209 McCalls Catering and Events . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 247 McCutcheon Construction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 200 McGuire Real Estate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 222 McGuire Real Estate - Charles Griffith . . . . . . 198 Michaan's Auctions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 152 Michael G. Imber Architects . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 194 Michael Pashby Antiques . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99

Milieu magazine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 154 Montgomery Gallery & Modern . . . . . . . . . . . 106 Nanette Duffy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 248 Napa Ridge Winery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Navarra Design, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 185 Neiman Marcus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 160 Pacific Union and Christie's International Real Estate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 Palm Beach Show Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 234 Paragon Real Estate Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 Past Era Antique Jewelry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103 Patrick & Ondine Mestdagh . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89 Peruri Design Company . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 201 Peter Fetterman Gallery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75 Peter Pap Oriental Rugs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108 The Philadelphia Antiques & Ar t Show . . . . . . 236 The Philadelphia Print Shop West . . . . . . . . . . . 98 Piraneseum . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 117 Red Carpet Bay Area . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 237 Richard Gould Antiques . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 122 Rober t A.M. Stern Architects . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 177 Rober to Freitas American Antiques & Decorative Ar ts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 122 The Royal Oak Foundation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 243 RubyLUX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 San Francisco Cottages & Gardens . . . . . . . . . . 11 San Francisco Decorator Showcase . . . . . . . . 156 San Francisco Design Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 244 San Francisco magazine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 190 San Jose Museum of Ar t . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 243 Scavullo Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 145, 147 Shor tlist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 210 Shreve & Co. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44, 146 Silver Magazine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 235 Smith Clock Co. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 215 Soane Britain . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 211 Society of California Pioneers . . . . . . . . . . . . . 245 SOFA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 214 Sotheby's . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Sotheby's International Realty . . . . . . . . . . 38-39 Sotheby's International Realty - Goodman . . 220 Sotheby's International Realty - Mazzola . . . . 168 Sotheby's International Realty - Ogden . . . . . 196 Spring Masters New York . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 218 The St. Regis San Francisco . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 Steinitz Gallery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79 Studio Nahemow Design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 197 Sue Fisher King . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 241 Sutro Architects . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 179 Suzanne Lovell, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 193 T. Reggiardo Antiques . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 83 Tequila Par tida . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 226 Thomas Murray Asiatica - Ethnographica . . 68-69 SF Luxury Team . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 242 Tribal & Textile Ar ts Show . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 248 Tucker & Marks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 130-1 UpOut . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2209 Ursus Prints . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76 Vandeuren Galleries, Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110 Willem RackĂŠ Studio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 181 William A. Karges Fine Ar t . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94 William Siegal Gallery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78 Wilmington Trust . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52 Winter Antiques Show . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 224 Winter Olympia Ar t & Antiques Fair . . . . . . . 238 The Wiseman Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 132-3 Yew Tree House Antiques . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92 Zephyr Real Estate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 184 7x7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 239


San Francisco Fall Antiques Show Catalogue 2015  

THE SAN FRANCISCO FALL ANTIQUES SHOW is the oldest and most prestigious show of its genre on the West Coast. Each fall the Show presents 60...

San Francisco Fall Antiques Show Catalogue 2015  

THE SAN FRANCISCO FALL ANTIQUES SHOW is the oldest and most prestigious show of its genre on the West Coast. Each fall the Show presents 60...