Setting up at the Pasadena Antiques Show, August 4, 2010

The Pasadena Exhibition Hall, part of the Pasadena Convention Center

The Pasadena Exhibition Hall, part of the Pasadena Convention Center

The Pasadena Antiques Show is being held at the Exhibition Hall of the Pasadena Convention Center. It underwent a multi-year, multi-million dollar renovation and is now a completely modern exhibition hall.

First day of setup at the Pasadena Antiques Show, 8/4/10

First day of setup at the Pasadena Antiques Show, 8/4/10

The first day of setup went smoothly. We finished most of the work and should have no problem in finishing the setup tomorrow. The display is beautiful and includes some really exceptional table and floor lamps, as well as a great selection of Tiffany glass and desk pieces, French cameo glass and various fine objects in a host of categories.

I walked around and can see that it will be a quality show. It’s not large by Miami or Baltimore standards, but it’s very good quality and worth a trip from anywhere in the greater Los Angeles area. If you missed us at the Redondo Beach Show, now is the time to pay us a visit before we leave the West Coast and head east to shows in Chicago and Baltimore. The show will be open from Friday to Sunday, August 6-8, 11 AM – 7 PM on Friday and Saturday and 11 AM – 5 PM on Sunday. You won’t be disappointed!

I recently added over 10 Galle vases to my website, 7 Tiffany lamps, 1 Grueby vase, 1 Newcomb vase, Daum Nancy glass and a fabulous Burgun & Schverer internally decorated vase. This coming week, I’ll be adding many new items. Please take a look. Click on this link chasenantiques.com.

Please send me your comments or questions about art glass, lamps, Louis Icart, shows, auctions, etc. If it’s interesting, I’ll answer you in a future blog.

1 thought on “Setting up at the Pasadena Antiques Show, August 4, 2010

  1. Please let me know of the up-coming shows. I live in Los Angeles,

    Thank you,

    D.Schmidt

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