Preview The San Francisco Fall Antiques Show With Show Chair Suzanne Tucker


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“This is just one of those one-in-a-lifetime pieces you can only see at the San Francisco Fall Antiques Show. It will be talked about and referred to for years to come I’m sure. My fellow textile aficionados will treasure the remarkable survival of the delicate silk material, as well as the fashionable subject matter.”

Late 17th Century Italian Baroque marble sculpture of a pair of dolphins with their tails intertwined and elaborately carved open mouths and scales mounted on a custom stand from Foster-Gwin Art & Antiques

“This amazing piece would be perfect for a Cabinet of Curiosities-style room with an eclectic and textural assortment of pieces from different cultures, periods and styles.”

Various Cakes by Wayne Thiebaud, 1981 – Oil on canvas from John Berggruen Gallery

“The John Berggruen Gallery’s focus on Wayne Thiebaud coincides with the publication of Wayne Thiebaud by Kenneth Baker and Nicholas Fox Weber this October, the most comprehensive and deluxe monograph on this celebrated and active American artist, spanning the length of his career, from the mid-1950s to the present.”

Late 19th century Japanese resist dyed wool felt carpet with a red/orange field and resist roundels dyed in light green and yellow. Size (mounted): 81½ high x 51¾” wide from Kathleen Taylor

“This Japanese wool felt carpet from Kathleen Taylor’s Lotus Collection would make the perfect wall hanging for an eclectic yet elegant lady’s study with unabashed touches of pink and a textural variety of material from shagreen and leather to crystal and lucite.”

Austrian armoire/commode with multiple walnut inlays, circa 1760 from Van Deuren Galleries

“This wonderful Austrian armoire with its elegant scroll detailing and beautiful coloring feels remarkably contemporary to me. I would turn it into a bar—its timeless and chic presence makes this a unique focal point in any room.”

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