Pier Antique Show
The biannual event returns to Pier 94 this Saturday and Sunday, showcasing a stunning selection of antique and vintage merchandise by over 400 dealers.
By May Zhee Lim, Markets Media Life Correspondent
The Pier Antique Show returns to Pier 94 this Saturday and Sunday, showcasing a stunning selection of antique and vintage merchandise by over 400 dealers. More than just a place for dealers and collectors, the biannual show is also a popular shopping destination for interior designers, celebrities, and anyone looking to redecorate their homes or update their wardrobes.
The items at the show come from the 1920s through the 1980s,including furniture, folk art, Asian antiquities, textile and ceramics, gemstones, and more. The ever popular Fashion Alley will increase in size for their spring event, having doubled its number of dealers over the past year. Stores like Lofty Vintage and Collections by Ann will have more booth space at the show to display their array of vintage clothing, jewelry, and handbags.
Veteran dealers, who have been exhibiting at the Pier Antique Show since it first started, are eager to share their most recent finds with the diverse group of shoppers that the show tends to attract. M&M Antiques Inc, in particular, has a group of classical and mid-century style chandeliers, sconces and table lamps, in addition to a selection of Meissen, sterling silver, and furniture. Attendees can also sign up here to get an item appraised for free by an expert from Skinner Auctioneer & Appraisals on Sunday.
March 28, 29. 10-6. $20 (valid for reentry both show days). Pier 94, 711 12th Avenue, New York. Tickets here.
Featured image is a vintage 1930’s red and black geometric Bakelite necklace, represented by Collections by Ann