Monet Art, Antique, Jewelry show

More than 100 of the world's most notable art, antique and jewelry dealers will convene in Chicago to showcase their collections at the inaugural Chicago International Art, Antique & Jewelry Show, at Navy Pier's Festival Hall, 600 East Grand Avenue, April 24-28, 2014.

Presented by the esteemed Palm Beach Show Group, the Chicago Show will feature fine art, antique and estate jewelry, Asian antiquities, sculpture, textiles, American and European Silver, furniture, contemporary art and jewelry, and more.

"The Chicago International Art, Antique & Jewelry Show offers something for everyone - from the seasoned collector to the first-time buyer in search of unique accents for their home or an important piece of jewelry," said Scott Diament, Palm Beach Show Group President & CEO.

Featured Items at the Chicago International Art, Antique & Jewelry Show are:


Leading galleries will showcase fine art and sculpture spanning time, from old European masters to contemporary works.  Galleries represented include: Guarisco Gallery (Washington, D.C.), Rehs Galleries (New York), Onessimo Fine Art (Florida), Carole Pinto Fine Art (New York) Linda Gumb (London), and many others. Works for sale include:

Claude Monet, Le Chemin de Halage a Granval (oil on canvas, 1883)
Gladwell & Patterson

Pablo Picasso, Large Corrida Bird from a limited edition of 25 (Madoura Ceramic, 1953)
Masterworks Fine Art

Andy Warhol, Lamentation (Unique) (screen print, 1986)
Long-Sharp Gallery



Pierre Henry Mewesen

Participating galleries include The Silver Fund (Palm Beach), Stephen Kalms Antiques (London), Macklowe Gallery (New York), and Imperial Fine Books (New York). Among the highlights:

Rare chest of drawers bearing the cabinetmaker's mark: Pierre Henry MEWESEN (1766)
The Art of Time

"Tulip" Table Lamp, Tiffany Studios (1910)
Ophir Gallery

Silver Claret Jug made in France (1890)
Stephen Kalms Antiques



The Royal Blue Diamond

Everything from antique and estate jewelry to art deco and au courant pieces will be represented at the Show. Among the exhibitors are: Yvel (Jerusalem), Buccelatti (Italy), Vendome (California), Benchmark of Palm Beach (Georgia), Sue Brown Antique Jewelry (London), and R & A International (Miami Beach). Highlights include:

The 10.06-carat Royal Blue Diamond is the finest blue diamond on the market today, with an asking price of $9.85 million
M.S. Rau

One-of-a-kind Diamond & Emerald set in platinum and18K white gold;
Round cut diamonds- 28.42 carats, Oval cabochon emeralds- 74.85 carats

14k gold and diamond set Liberace necklace (custom made, circa 1970).
N Green & Sons



The Chicago area's diverse fine arts scene will be represented on the Navy Pier Show floor with (as of press time) 13 local exhibitors including Armstrong Fine Art, N. Green and Sons, Douglas Rosin Decorative Arts & Antiques, Century Guild, Chicago Center for the Print, F.L. Braswell Fine Art, Harlan J. Berk Ltd., Platinum Alley, Richard Norton Gallery, and the Golden Triangle (all Chicago); Crescent Worth Art & Antiques (Lake Forest, IL); Harvey Pranian Gallery (Evanston, IL); and Lee's Antiques (Winnetka, IL ).


Hours:  Thursday, April 24    6-10 p.m.* Opening Night Benefiting RIC Chicago
           Friday, April 25          11 a.m. - 7 p.m.
           Saturday, April 26      11 a.m. - 7 p.m.
           Sunday, April 27        11 a.m. - 7 p.m.
           Monday, April 28       11 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Admission: $20 ticket - good for all general Show days
*Patron ticket price, benefit for Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago - $150

Information: or 561.822.5440