Incase You Missed It: 

The Five Most Exquisite Booths at the Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show


Richard Green

London, United Kingdom

Palm Beach Show, Booth 700/801

Richard Green Gallery

What You Missed:

As guests poured in through the main entrance of the Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show, they were greeted with an inviting exhibition space by Richard Green. The UK based gallery set themselves apart from the remaining installations by constructing an intimate reproduction of what one can imagine a local Palm Beach residence to resemble. Lined with Dutch & Flemish Old Masters, French Impressionist and Modern Masters, the booth was one of the shows most distinguished displays.


Peter Finer

London, United Kingdom

Palm Beach Show, Booth 800/901

Peter Finer

What You Missed:

Time travel never seemed so effortless. Captivated guests experienced Peter Finer’s historically enriching display first hand at this year’s Palm Beach Show. Peter Finer is the only exhibitor with items ranging from the bronze age through to the 19th Century, including weapons and armour from the viking, medieval and renaissance periods, whether for battle, ceremony or hunting.


Rehs Galleries

New York, United States

Palm Beach Show, Booth 506/607

rehs galleries

What You Missed:

New York based Rehs Galleries lines vibrant blue European felted walls with several significant paintings, including pieces from artists Edouard Cortes, Julie Bell, Timothy Jahn, Ben Bauer, David Palumbo, Todd Casey and Ken Salaz. Rehs Galleries compliments their elegant 19th & 20th Century European Paintings with more Modern and Contemporary offerings, giving collectors and guest an ever-surprising viewing experience as the make their way through the wonder-indulging walls.



Paris, France

Palm Beach Show, Booth 812/913


What You Missed:

New exhibitor, Steinitz constructed one of the most extravagant booths at the Palm Beach Show, turning heads with its lavish design and extraordinary offerings. The gallery attracted visitors with its 17th and 18th century European furniture, sculpture and chandeliers.


Long Sharp Gallery

Indiana, United States

Palm Beach Show, Booth 115

018 PB Show

What You Missed:

Indianapolis based Long-Sharp Gallery presented the gallery’s largest booth to date, and the most expansive booth in the Palm Beach Show history. At over 1,400 square feet, the impressive booth was enclosed in glass and included a large scale-sculptural fountain by contemporary sculptor Gino Miles alongside works from modern masters such as Picasso and Miro.

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