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Baltimore Art, Antique & Jewelry Show Set for Labor Day Weekend

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(PRESS RELEASE) BALTIMORE, MD – The Baltimore Art, Antique & Jewelry Show, now in its 38th year, returns Labor Day Weekend (August 30 – September 2, 2018) to the Baltimore Convention Center featuring items with a wide range of price points.  Show guests can discover many great items ranging from $100 to museum quality treasures with values of more than $1,000,000.

Known amongst dealers and collectors as one of the most important silver showcases in the nation, the Baltimore show has over 30 leading silver specialists ranging from early coin, English, Georgian, Irish, Russian and Victorian to local Baltimore Stieff, modern Louis Tiffany and George Jensen. Many of the world’s most influential dealers specializing in antique silver gather each Labor Day weekend in Baltimore to show their finest collection. Notable dealers include Greg Pepin Silver, Spencer Marks, Atlanta Silver & Antiques, M.S Rau Antiques and many more.

Spencer Marks Ltd. of Southampton, Massachusetts is well-known amongst silver collectors as one of the most knowledgeable companies in the silver industry. A dynamic collaboration of Mark McHugh & Spencer Gordon has been the driving force of success for Spencer Marks since 1987. Over the years, Spencer Marks Antiques has obtained important presentation pieces by Paul Storr, Gorham, Tiffany and many others.

Greg Pepin Silver, based out of Denmark is best known for their collection of Danish-American silver. Greg is considered to be one of the most impressive international dealers at the Baltimore Show featuring a variety of items including hollowware, silverware, and jewellery which are known to be handpicked with provenance and quality.

Baltimore Art, Antique & Jewelry Show Set for Labor Day Weekend
Picture provided by Greg Pepin Silver: A Rarely seen Georg Jensen silver chalice #105, hallmark from 1915-1919.

Other Notable Silver Focused Dealers Include:

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  • Paul Bennett Antique Silver
  • Vincent Callahan & Co.
  • Silver Art By D & R
  • Silver Lane
  • Spencer Marks
  • Vincent Callahan
  • Atlanta Silver & Antiques
  • Martin Chasen
  • Any Antique Will Do
  • Greg Pepin Silver
  • Nelson & Nelson
  • Silver & Such
  • McHale’s Silver
  • Gallery 925
  • 43 Chesapeake Court

Aside from the Silver genre, there are more than 200,000 individual items in the show, including vintage and estate jewelry, Asian art and antiquities, furniture of all kinds, crystal, art glass, ceramics, quilts, Art Deco, Art Nouveau, lamps, ethnic art, paintings, decoys, bronzes, music boxes, sewing collectibles, textiles, posters, tribal art, antique armor and military, political memorabilia and much more. Everything is for sale.

2018 Baltimore Art, Antique & Jewelry Show

August 30 – September 2, 2018 

  • Thursday, August 30                12 pm  – 8 pm
  • Friday, August 31                       11 am – 7 pm
  • Saturday, September 1             11 am – 7 pm
  • Sunday, September 2               11 am – 6 pm

Tickets: $20
(each ticket is good for all 4 show days)

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Baltimore Convention Center

One West Pratt Street
Baltimore, MD 21201
Main entrance: West Pratt Street Lobby

www.BaltimoreSummerShow.com  or 561.822.5440

The Baltimore Art, Antique & Jewelry Show is a Palm Beach Show Group Event.

 

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