Dealers of NAADAA come together to launch first Online Art & Antiques Fair

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Carved Mahogany Box Sofa. Attributed to Anthony Quervelle. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Ca. 1830. Photo: Courtesy Carswell Rush Berlin, Inc.
Carved Mahogany Box Sofa. Attributed to Anthony Quervelle. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Ca. 1830. Photo: Courtesy Carswell Rush Berlin, Inc.

NEW YORK, NY.- The National Antique & Art Dealers Association of America announced their inaugural online Antique Fair which will launch at 12pm EST on Wednesday, June 24th and will remain open 24 hours a day through Wednesday, July 8th. “For 65 years, we have been presenting exhibitions, conferences and lectures to both specialists and the general public, and we are excited to have the opportunity to partner with InCollect in hosting and bringing to life our first digital program,” states James McConnaughy, President, NAADAA.

Click the link attached here to be directed to the online exhibition.

There will be over 300 works on view spanning many categories, including but not limited to fine art, sculpture, jewelry, wallpaper, and illuminated manuscripts, many of which are being shown for the first time online. On view will be featured items including an Important Tiffany Studios Wisteria Table Lamp, circa 1903, a Rare Philadelphia Carved Mahogany Box Sofa circa 1830 attributed to Anthony Quervelle, a Rare Early Chocolate Pot dated 1703 by Peter Pemberton of Chester, an Important Pair of Adam Period “Etruscan” Papier Mache Pier Tables attributed to Henry Clay, and a circa 1950 Cabochon and Carved Amethyst Bracelet and Necklace Set Made by Juliette Moutard for René Boivin.

NAADAA was founded in New York City in 1954 and has since become the pre-eminent art and antique dealers’ association in the United States. Each member has long established themselves as a leader and specialist in their field. They are recognized for their integrity and expertise providing collectors with peace of mind knowing they are receiving works that are authentic, in great condition, and have provenance. Many members have alluring and highly accredited backgrounds, often being seen on the PBS television series, “The Antiques Roadshow”. Membership is very selective, and members are carefully vetted before being offered an invitation into the Association.

Participating dealers include: A La Vieille Russie, Blumka Gallery, Carolle Thibaut-Pomerantz, Carswell Rush Berlin, Inc., Clinton Howell Antiques, Cora Ginsburg, Firestone and Parson, Inc., Fred Moheban Gallery, James Robinson, Joan B. Mirviss Ltd., Les Enluminures, Lillian Nassau LLC., Mary Helen McCoy Fine Antiques, Michele Beiny, Inc., Philip Colleck, Ltd., Ralph M. Chait Galleries, Inc., S. J. Shrubsole Corp., Schwarz Gallery, The Old Print Shop, Inc., and William Vareika Fine Arts, Ltd.