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Kristin Reed, Board President for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Newport County, with Bryce M. (L) and Juelz V. (R) from the Club. 2

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To Benet The Newport Historical Society and The Boys & Girls Clubs of Newport County

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Show Show Schedule Schedule

Gala Preview Party GalaFriday Preview Gala JulyParty 27, 2018 6PM — 9PM Friday July 27, 2018 6PM — 9PM Show Hours Show Hours July 28, 2018 10AM — 6PM Show Hours Saturday Saturday July 28, 201810AM 10AM — Saturday July 2018 10AM — 6PM 6PM Sunday July 29,28, 2018 —4PM Sunday July 29, 2018 10AM —4PM Sunday July 29, 2018 10AM —4PM Lectures Lectures Lectures Saturday July 28th at 11am: Patrick Ahearn Saturday July 28th at 11am: Patrick Saturday July 28th 11am: Patrick Ahearn Ahearn Sunday July 29th at at 11am: Cameron Silver Sunday July 29th at 11am: Cameron Sunday July 29th at 11am: Cameron Silver Silver Exhibit Exhibit Exhibit Great Design in Architecture & A ire: Photographs Greatthe Design in Architecture Architecture & ire: Great Design in &A AHistorical ire: Photographs Photographs from Collection of the Newport Society from the Collection of the Newport Historical from the Collection of the Newport Historical Society Society Refreshments available in the café served by Refreshments available in the the café Refreshments available in café served served by by Russell Morin Fine Catering. Russell Morin Morin Fine Fine Catering. Catering. Russell 5

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Photo Credit: Randi Baird

A lecture with Patrick Ahearn author of

Timeless

Saturday July 28, 2018 at 11am Patrick Ahearn’s historically motivated designs have advanced the art of placemaking in some of America’s most affluent and storied destinations. Ahearn excels in his thoughtful approach in adapting historic homes to the way people want to live today. Whether restoring landmarked townhouses in Boston’s Back Bay or creating new homes that imagine the vernacular of New England, Ahearn’s ability to combine the romance of traditional architecture with the ideals of modernism are unparalleled. His sensitivity to the property’s original spirit results in a beautifully restored home that looks authentic and silent on the streetscape. This lecture will elaborate on Ahearn’s work across New England and showcase some of his firm’s recent projects. Timeless will be available for purchase during the event and a book signing will immediately follow the talk. 7

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A lecture with Cameron Silver author of

Decades

Sunday July 29, 2018 at 11am A Los Angeles tastemaker and stylist to Hollywood A-listers, Cameron Silver is the founder of the vintage clothing boutique Decades, located on Melrose Avenue in Los Angeles, which sells couture from decades past. A fashion historian and celebrity stylist, as well as the Fashion Director of H Halston by H by Halston, he authored the globally best selling book Decades: A Century of Clothing. Silver will present a fascinating lecture on the history of fashion from 1900-2000, focusing on the past, reflecting on the current state, and contemplating the future of fashion. Decades: A Century of Clothing will be available for purchase during the event and a book signing will immediately follow the talk. ‘Decades’ Photo Credit: Bloomsbury

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Endlessly Interesting Malbone Plate This Chinese porcelain plate belonged to Godfrey Malbone of Newport, R.I. (1695-1768). On exhibit at the Newport Historical Society. Reproduced on a variety of items available at the Museum of Newport History Shop.

Open Daily 10-5 | 401-841-8770 | ShopNewportHistory.com

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A 1916 photograph of Mrs. Jessie Ann Robbins Belmont and Mr. Perry Belmont standing in the courtyard at Belcourt, Bellevue Avenue. From the Newport Society’s of collection. Above: AHistorical 1916 photograph Mrs. Jessie Ann Robbins Belmont and Mr. Perry Belmont standing in the courtyard at Belcourt, Bellevue Avenue. From the Newport Historical Society’s collection.

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Great Design By Ruth Taylor, Executive Director Newport Historical Society

The Newport Show has showcased many beautiful objects from times long gone. But, the Show has been evolving. Over the past decade we have increasingly been including objects from a more recent past that represent beauty, design and utility. The truth is, great design is timeless, even when it is à la mode. And the pleasure of living with great design is a wonderful Newport tradition. Newport also has a tradition of being open to change – at least historically. Our very rst European settlers were literally looking for new ways to think about community, faith and earning a living. In essence, they were designing a new world. As the world changed over the next 350 years, Newport was often a rst‐adopter: in intellectual developments, taste, sport and style. Our collective love of antiques is, I believe, a deep appreciation of the great taste and great craftsmanship of the past, not a romantic sentimentality. So it makes sense that, as new generations re‐learn the pleasures of making things, and enjoy classic design in clothing and architecture alongside more contemporary developments in style, we do those things here, too, at the Newport Show. The photographs from the collections at the Newport Historical Society that are on display at the newly renamed Newport Show this year represent examples of great design that have been put in service of people’s daily lives. Houses, clothing and accessories are the objects of beauty that we interact with every day. The study and appreciation of great design is a bridge between the past and the future – a place where studying our history will inform what we do today, and help ensure that we do it well. At the Newport Historical Society, this bridge is an essential part of our mission. 13

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Hunt Slonem Red Diamonds 2016 48� x 48� oil & diamond dust/canvas

Contemporary American Art Painting Sculpture Photography Jewelry Ceramics

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Presenting Sponsor Citizens Commercial Banking Gala Preview Party Sponsor Franklin & Company Design Associates Gold Sponsors BankNewport / OceanPoint Insurance Caswell�Massey Kempenaar Real Estates, Inc. Kingstone Insurance

Contributing Sponsors Antiques & Fine Art Magazine Corrigan Financial Freeman’s Auctioneers & Appraisers

Media Sponsors American Fine Art Magazine New England Home Magazine Design New England Magazine The Newport Daily News The Magazine Antiques Rhode Island Public Radio

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Third Annual Culinary Adventure with the Newport Historical Society

Save the Date

Saturday September 22, 2018 The Lawn of the Great Friends Meeting House

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Mrs. S. Ma hews V. Hamilton, Jr. Mrs. Robert H. Charles Mrs. John R. Donnell Norey Do erer Cullen Mrs. John M. Damgard Mrs. James B. Gubelmann Mrs. Peter D. Kiernan III Mrs. John S. Palmer 17

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Irene Roosevelt Aitken Dr. Holly Bannister and Mr. Doug Newhouse Merrilyn Bardes Mr. and Mrs. Richard I. Burnham Minnie and Jimmy Coleman Kim and Glenn Darden Mr. and Mrs. John Damgard Mrs. John R. Donnell Jacalyn and Bill Egan Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Evans Pamela and David B. Ford Sarah M. and Bernard S. Gewirz Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Grace Laurie & Peter Grauer Mr. and Mrs. S. Matthews V. Hamilton, Jr. Elizabeth and William Kahane Mr. and Mrs. Roger E. Kass Mr. and Mrs. Peter DeLacy Kiernan, III Elizabeth and Bill Leatherman Mr. Peter E. Madden Dr. Shirley Madhere & Edward M. Weil, Jr. Hon. Juliette McLennan Mr. Brian J. McNally Anne Owen Susan and George Petrovas Diana Prince Shelley and Nicholas Schorsch Lorna and Jeremiah Shafir Luise M. Strauss Happy van Beuren Archbold D. and Helene van Beuren Barbara van Beuren and Stephen L. Glascock Diane B. Wilsey

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Irene Roosevelt Aitken Dr. Holly Bannister and Mr. Doug Newhouse Marianna J. Baker Merrilyn Bardes Kathleen Beckett Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Benson Mr. and Mrs. Dickson G. Boenning Barbara and Richard Bohan Dotsie and Richard Bohan Nancy and Richard Brickley Mr. and Mrs. Richard I. Burnham Nancy Cardoza Marybeth and Dick Casey Mrs. Oatsie Charles Elisabeth and George Clark Minnie and Jimmy Coleman Wylene Commander Jan Corbin Norey Dotterer Cullen Brittain Damgard Judith P. Danforth Kim and Glenn Darden Hilary Dick Mr. Patrick Dolat Mrs. John R. Donnell Jacalyn and Bill Egan Samantha Ehlinger Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Evans Dorienne W. Farzan Pamela and David B. Ford Bernard S. and Sarah M. Gewirz

Mary Gilbane Lisa and Tom Goddard Mr. and Mrs. Robert Grace Laurie and Peter Grauer Mrs. Jennifer Greenawalt Leslie R. Grosvenor Mrs. Charles Grosvenor Mr. and Mrs. James B. Gubelmann Jessica Hagen Tracey Roberts and Paul Haigney Harriet R. Harris Mary J. Hayes George and Nannette Herrick Mrs. Pierre duPont Irving Elizabeth and William Kahane Mr. and Mrs. Roger E. Kass Anne and Dick Keigher Mr. and Mrs. Peter D. Kiernan III Susan M. Killebrew Mr. and Mrs. William Leatherman Kate Leonard Nicole and Derek Limbocker Mrs. David E.P. Lindh Michele Melikian Lockwood Henry S. Lynn, Jr. Mr. Peter E. Madden Shirley Madhere and Michael Weil Paul McGreevy Judy Clagett McLennan Stephanie W. McLennan Elizabeth W. McMillen

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Mr. Brian J. McNally Victoria and Joseph Mele Stacie E. Mills Suzy L. O'Reilly Audrey C. Oswald Anne Owen Pamela Davis Owens Jay J. Page Kimberly Palmer Bettie Bearden Pardee Kristin Parella Susan and George Petrovas Diana Prince John and Linda Purdy Virginia P. Purviance Patti Rakolta Libby Randall David W. Ray Kristin and Tyson Reed Tracey Roberts and Paul Haigney

Susan and Donald Ross Anne L. Rubin Shelley and Nicholas Schorsch Lorna and Jeremiah Shafir Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Sipprelle Diana R. Slocum Marjorie P. Spencer Luise M. Strauss Ruth S. Taylor Archie and Helene van Beuren Barbara van Beuran and Stephen L. Glascock Happy van Beuren Mary and Guy Van Pelt Louise Warren Suzanne Warren Diane B. Wilsey Nancy and William Wilson James W. Woodworth Mr. and Mrs. William W. Wood Prince *All lists incomplete.

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Show Chair Anne Hamilton with 2017 co�presenting Sponsor Shelley & Nicholas Schorsch and their daughter Sloane.

Patrick Dolat from 2017 Gala Preview Party Sponsor Newport Lamp & Shade Company.

Dealer Liaison Jessica Hagen with Woodstock photographer Elliott Landy.

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Dr. Holly Bannister with John Peixhino from 2018 Gala Preview Party Sponsor Franklin & Company.

Above: Archie and Helene van Beuren browsing the booth of Sue Brown. Left: Kathleen Beckett.

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2017 Gala Preview Party continued

Christine Smith browsing the Show oor.

Boys & Girls Club Director Joe Pratt (L) with 2017 Co‐Presenting Sponsor Elizabeth Kahane and Boys & Girls Clubs Assistant Director Joe Tomchak. 24

Show Chair Anne Hamilton with her husband Matt.

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Newport Historical Society Executive Director Ruth Taylor with Mat Delaire (L) and Jay Newton (R).

Janine Atamian browsing.

Anne Hamilton (R) with Maureen Donnell.

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Thank You In the summer of 2007 when we first transformed the St. George’s School Ice Rink into an upscale shopping venue and established the Newport Antiques Show, we created a new Newport tradition. This weekend event quickly become a not‐to‐be‐missed opportunity for ne art acionados as well as a high point during the summer social season. Everyone interested in ne design— whether furniture, ne art or fashion—was drawn to the Show. Today we’re thrilled to welcome you to our twelfth annual event, which is now The Newport Show, as we thank you for your continued support and celebrate the best in antiques, art and exquisite objects! This year we highlight divergent elements of great design through the Newport Historical Society’s 2018 exhibit and Show lecture series. The exhibit, Great Design in Architecture & Attire, features historic photographs from the Newport Historical Society’s collection. Two bestselling authors will share different aspects of design: Patrick Ahearn will discuss his architecture book Timeless and Cameron Silver will discuss his vintage fashion book Decades. There are many who are responsible for the Newport Show’s widespread success. We’d like to thank our

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Presenting Sponsor Citizens Commercial Banking, our Gala Preview Party Sponsor Franklin & Company Design Associates, and our Supporting Sponsors Antiques & Fine Art Magazine, Bank Newport/OceanPoint Insurance, Caswell‐Massey, Freeman’s Auctioneers & Appraisers, Kempenaar Real Estates, Inc. and Kingstone Insurance. We are indebted to our Show Chair Anne Hamilton for her endless interest and support. Without her guidance this event would not be possible. We would also like to thank our Show Manager Diana Bittel, as well as our distinguished Founders and Committee. As the first high‐end antiques show with co‐beneficiaries, all proceeds from sponsorships and ticket sales support the Newport Historical Society and the Boys & Girls Clubs of Newport County. We are thrilled to have raised a cumulative total of $2.4 million over 11 years. We hope you enjoy the many elements of great design at this year’s event and we look forward to seeing you in 2019!

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Newport Historical Society

History Starts Here.

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Since 1854, the Newport Historical Society has collected and preserved five centuries of history and continues to document Newport’s unique contribution to our national narrative. The mission of NHS is also to chronicle and interpret this history for a broad audience, so that knowledge of our past will contribute to a deeper understanding of the present and better preparation for the future.

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Making a Positive Impact in Newport and Beyond For more than 60 years, the Boys & Girls Club of Newport County has provided innovative and effective enrichment programs designed to cultivate youths’ ability to dream, discover and develop their full potential. Through programs that expand horizons, the Club challenges youth to experience the world outside their doorsteps. Our educational programs ensure kids will be successful in school and keep them learning throughout the summer months. We empower youth to become good leaders in the community with a passion for helping others. We help youth engage in positive behaviors that nurture their well-being and build physical, mental and emotional health. In addition to the Central Clubhouse on Church Street, the Club also operates a North End Clubhouse at the Florence Gray Center and Camp Grosvenor, a 95-acre summer day camp in Saunderstown, RI. Throughout the year, the Club continues to make a positive impact reaching families far beyond the city limits.

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This past year, the Club inspired youth in not only our local communities, but also in South County, expanding as far south as Westerly, RI. Our work is important and it is never finished!

We are so grateful for your continued support of The Newport Show which helps support vital programs and services to our local families and communities. It’s through support of friends like you that we are able to prepare our young members for ‘Great Futures’ and reinforce the skills needed to succeed in life. Thank you for supporting Newport’s wonderful historic past, its future and for being part of this memorable weekend. For more information on youth programs, adult fitness, volunteering and other Boys & Girls Club of Newport County’s special events, please contact the Club at 401-847-6927 or www.bgcnewport.org.

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JAMES BUTTERWORTH • MICHAEL DONOVAN

ANTIQUE AMERICAN WICKER The Finest Examples of Historic American Wicker Available Today By appointment info@antiqueamericanwicker.com www.antiqueamericanwicker.com 603.881.9727 BOOTH 9

A pair of a set of four matching Triple weave Bar Harbor wing chairs with magazine pockets, American, ca. 1900–1910. Heywood Wakefield Co., Gardner, MA.

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Arader Galleries 1308 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19107 215.735.8811 loricohen@aradergalleries.com www.aradergalleries.com BOOTH 42

Thomas Chambers (1808–4869) View of the Hudson, c. 1830–1860 Oil on canvas Canvas: 18 x 24½ inches Frame: 26 x 32 inches

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DIANA H. BITTEL 510 Fishers Road, Bryn Mawr, PA 19010 Tel / Fax: 610.525.1160 Cell: 610.715.1595 dhbantique@aol.com www.dianabittelantiques.com Member: Antiques Dealers’ Association of America (ADA) BOOTH 7

Oil painting, entitled Sweetwater (2018, 60 x 48 in.), by Icelandic and Californian contemporary artist, Arngunnur Ýr.

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David Brooker Fine Art 362 Pequot Avenue, Southport,CT 06780 203.232.2807 dbart1967@hotmail.com www.davidbrooker.com BOOTH 31

Maurice Ardouin French Circa 19 60 39 x 31 inches framed

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William Cook

HUNGERFORD & Charleston UK: 15 Bridge Street, Hungerford, Berkshire, RG17 0EG USA: Fritz Porter, 701 East Bay Street, Charleston, SC 29403 +44 (0) 7885 031301  US Mobile: 773.469.1458 billy@williamcookantiques.com www.williamcookantiques.com BOOTH 13

A 19th century French guéridon table with original marble top. 38" w x 29" h. Circa 1820.

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The Cooley Gallery 25 Lyme Street, Old Lyme, CT  06371 860.434.8807 info@cooleygallery.com www.cooleygallery.com BOOTH 21

Henry Ward Ranger (1858–1916) Morning Light, Noank oil on canvas 28 x 36 inches

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D. M. DELAURENTIS FINE ANTIQUE PRINTS 716 West Mount Airy Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19119 215.469.0830 denise@fineantiqueprints.com www.fineantiqueprints.com BOOTH 10

Moonlight on the Nantucket Shoals by Frederic Cozzens from American Yachts, Their Clubs and Races, Boston 1884.

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Decades Inc. 8214 Melrose, Los Angeles, CA 90046 323.655.1960 info@decadesinc.com www.decadesinc.com BOOTH 19

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Louis J. Dianni, LLC Hopewell Junction, NY & Stuart, FL 914.474.7710 LJDmarine@aol.com BOOTH 34

Period Portrait Queen Charlotte of Great Britain and Ireland

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Dinan & Chighine P.O. Box 266, Kew, Surrey, TW9 4BH, London, UK +44 20 8948 1939 dinan.chighine@virgin.net BOOTH 27

A very fine eighteenth century Chinese Export painting. Gouache on watermarked Dutch paper. From the collection of a European noble family. From a set of nine in verre eglomise frames.

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J. GALLAGHER P.O. Box 69, North Norwich, NY 13814 jamesirons2@yahoo.com www.antiqueandirons.com BOOTH 35

Harlem Yacht Club Trophy dated 1912. In the form of SS inlaid wine coaster ca. 1841.

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GEORGIAN MANOR ANTIQUES P.O. Box 271, Fairhaven, MA 02719 508.991.5675 inquiries@georgianmanorantiques.com www.georgianmanorantiques.com BOOTH 5

Very fine Spanish Colonial rosewood carved pier mirror and console. Found in Cuzco, Peru. Circa: 1840–1850 Console: H. 42" x W. 56" Mirror: H. 70" x W. 40"

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James & Nancy Glazer Antiques P.O. Box 222, Bailey Island, ME 04003 207.833.6973  Cell: 610.659.6762 james@glazerantiques.com www.glazerantiques.com BOOTH 33

Folk Art Hand-Carved Mermaid On Base The Mermaid, holding a carved seashell, sits atop a coach decorated with carved, cresting sea waves anchored by a cart adorned with fish and seashells; original paint history consistent with age. 30" long x 22" wide x 38" high 1920 – 1935

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Guarisco Gallery 2828 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, D.C. 20007 202.333.8533 guariscogallery@guariscogallery.com www.guariscogallery.com BOOTH 4

Jean-Pierre Cassigneul (French, b. 1935) Le rendez-vous manqué, 2107 Oil on canvas, 36¼ x 28¾ Inches

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The Hanebergs Antiques East Lyme, CT 06333 860.389.1908 chaneberg@aol.com www.hanebergsantiques.com BOOTH 16

Antonio De Simone (1850–1920) American Yatcht Fleur-De-Lys in the Bay of Naples Gouache, signed and dated 1908

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Hanes & Ruskin P.O. Box 212, Old Lyme, CT 06371 860.434.1800 info@hanesandruskin.com www.hanesandruskin.com BOOTH 29

A folky and colorful painting of the ship Piola. American, late 19th century.

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Imperial Fine Books and Oriental Art 790 Madison Avenue, New York, NY  10065 212.861.6620  Toll Free: 877.86l.6620 imperialfinebook@aol.com www.imperialfinebooks.com BOOTH 30

Fine and decorative editions of leather-bound collected sets, first and rare editions, Children’s and illustrated books, Americana, history, travel, sporting and literature.

A Famille Verte Moulded Tea Pot with Dutch Gilt Metal Mounts. Kanji Period (1662–1722). Height: 4.75 inches (12.1cm).

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JOHANNA ANTIQUES ANTIQUE AND ESTATE JEWELRY P. O. Box 418, Kingville, Maryland 21087 410.937.3444 BOOTH 1

Jeweled dromedary pin by Schlumberger for Tiffany. 18k gold set with diamonds, lapis lazuli, pearl and sapphire. Circa 1960s.

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Kelleher Fine Art 128 N. Center Street, Turlock, CA 95380 209.890.5578 info@kelleherfineart.com www.kelleherfineart.com BOOTH 25

Jacques Maes Belgian School, 1905–1968 L'Ecluse Oil on canvas, signed and dated 1961 26 x 32 inches

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JAMES M. KILVINGTON, INC. 201 William Street, Dover, DE 19904 302.270.1869 BOOTH 8

A rare, early Rococo walnut scrolled-top high chest, attributed to the Claypoole Workshop, Philadelphia, circa 1735–50.

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LEATHERWOOD ANTIQUES We specialize in high-quality unusual objects like Cold Painted Vienna Bronzes, Children’s Pottery (including Christening Mugs & Plates), Sailor’s Woolwork Pictures & Works of Art, Black Forest Carvings and Garden & Folk Painted Objects.

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P.O. Box 1676, Sandwich, MA 02563 508.420.1433 info@leatherwoodantiques.com www.leatherwoodantiques.com BOOTH 14

Colorful needlework whimsy map of Rhode Island American, dated 1931 Size: 30" H x 34¼" W

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ORIENTAL RUGS, LTD. by Appointment Niantic CT 860.908.0076 orientalrugs@snet.net www.orientalrugsltd.com BOOTH 32

4' 4" x 6' 6" ďŹ ne, unpainted Sarouk circa 1915 in excellent condition with quite a story to tell.

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Janice paull International Specialist Dealer in English Ironstone China

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P.O. Box 4707, Greenville, DE 19807 201.960.0363 / +351 91 543 2863 janice@janicepaull.com www.janicepaull.com BOOTH 41

Ironstone China Soup Tureen and Stand, c. 1820. Pattern: Water Lily

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Carole Pinto Fine Arts Specializing in Fine Impressionist and Modern Art Paris — New York info@carolepintofinearts.com www.carolepintofinearts.com BOOTH 15

Jacques Henry Guyot Port of Le Havre Oil on canvas, 20 x 28 inches Guyot's neo-Cubist composition depicts tall cranes, large tankers and billowing clouds of smoke in vivid geometric patterns. Applying golden hues and earth tonalities, Guyot brings light, depth and emotional content to the seascape.

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PORT ‘N STARBOARD GALLERY

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Marine Antiques • Paintings • Folk Art 41 Colonial Drive, Durham, ME 04222 207.407.3160 mleslie.art@gmail.com www.portnstarboardgallery.com BOOTH 23

Francois Gall (1912–1987) Ladies at the Beach Oil on artist board, 9½ x 13½ inches Signed F. Gall

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FR ANCIS J. PURCELL INC. 251 North Third Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106 215.574.0700 fjpurcell2@aol.com www.francisjpurcell.com BOOTH 37

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William Trost Richards (1833–1905) Graycliff, Conanicut Island, Rhode Island, circa 1880 Watercolor on paper, 10 x 14½ inches Inscribed with location on verso Signed, lower left The rocky promontory known as “Graycliff” is the site where the artist built his Jamestown home, “Graycliff,” in 1882

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Roger D. Winter Ltd. Fine 18th and Early 19th Century American and English Antiques Bucks County, Pennsylvania 215.794.5926 Mobile: 267.614.0056 rdwantiques@hotmail.com www.rogerwinterantiques.com BOOTH 28

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