Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show



2015-06-26 10:43:19

The Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show is a prestigious annual event held in Palm Beach, Florida.

The show, organized by the Palm Beach Show Group, takes place on President’s Day weekend in February each year.

Exhibitions and events

The show features exhibits from over 200 internationally-renowned dealers, and covers every area of fine art, antiques and jewelry.

Items range from modern art and photography to Old Master paintings, antique furniture, sculpture, ceramics, glass, vintage and estate jewelry, silver and decorative objects from almost every period.

It attracts tens of thousands of private collectors, museum curators and interior designers each year to the Palm Beach County Convention Center, which has 350,000 sq ft of exhibition space.

The show is traditionally marked by a charity gala opening, which benefits the Historical Society of Palm Beach County, and throughout the event there are a number of lectures open to the public offering knowledge and advice from industry experts.


The first show was originally conceived solely as a jewelry exhibition by its organisers Kris Charamonde, Rob Samuels, and Scott Diament.

They formed the Palm Beach Show Group in 2001, after having spent years in the jewelry business, and produced their first show in 2003 at the newly-opened Palm Beach County Convention Center.

The company is also responsible for both the Baltimore Summer Antiques Show (which it acquired in 2005) and the DALLAS International Art, Antique & Jewelry Show.

Attending dealers

Main article: List of Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show attending dealers



Palm Beach Show Group
500 N. Dixie Hwy.,
Lake Worth, FL 33460

Phone: 561-822-5440
Email: moc.wohshcaebmlap|ecivres#moc.wohshcaebmlap|ecivres
Show Manager: Kris Charamonde

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