The Original Miami Beach Antique Show opens to the public this Thursday, January 20, 2022

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The Original Miami Beach Antique Show opens to the public this Thursday, January 20, 2022 at 11 AM and closes Sunday, January 23, 2022, at 6:00 PM. It will be our first show in two years, so we’re really excited about it.

Just this week I was able to buy several additional Tiffany Studios lamps, including a 20″ conical, dichroic glass, geometric lamp with fantastic color and mottling. Also a 14″ diameter Turtleback lamp with a great base and a couple of Linenfold lamps. I’ll have a super display of lamps at the show. Unfortunately I had to pack them for the trip to Miami Beach before I could take photos of them, so I have none of the new ones here to show you.

Tiffany Studios 18″ diameter Belted Dogwood table lamp

But I do have a photo of a terrific 18″ diameter Tiffany Studios Belted Dogwood that I’ll have at the show. It’s got great color, super mottling, and a superb Cushion base, all in great condition.

Walter pâte-de-verre Mouse paperweight

I’ll have a nice display of pâte-de-verre glass by Walter and Argy-Rousseau, including the Mouse paperweight pictured above, plus an amazing display of the best Gallé and Daum vases.

We’ll have this killer, monumental Gallé vase at the show

The forecast for this coming week in Miami Beach is 70s all week. Wouldn’t you like to visit a great antique show after two years of no shows and bask in the delightful weather and eat some delicious stone crab? Make it your business to visit and come say hello! We’re in booth 711.


Let me know what interests you, even if you don’t see it on my website. I’ve got lots of items that I haven’t listed yet and I know how to locate what you desire.

I listed some of the new items on my website and will list more every week. Click Philip Chasen Antiques to take a look. I will make every effort to actively list new items as often as time permits. I always strive to offer the finest objects for sale on my website and at every show. There are many items for sale, sold items with prices and free lessons about glass and lamps. And remember to keep reading my blog.

A review of some recent sales

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Business continues to be good. I’m making lots of good sales, but I still miss the shows where I can meet new people.

Important Gallé Bluebird lamp

We thought we would have this wonderful Gallé Bluebird lamp for The Original Miami Beach Antique Show, but it sold to the first person I offered it to.

Tiffany 14″ diameter Belted Dogwood table lamp

I wanted to have an extensive display of Tiffany leaded lamps for the show, but they’re selling faster than I can replace them. I will have a very nice display, with an assortment of about 15 leaded, Linenfold and Favrile glass Tiffany Studios lamps in both table and floor versions. I’m hoping I’ll be able to buy some lamps from other dealers at the show before it opens to the public to add to my selection.

Marvelous A. Walter Chameleon tray

Pâte-de-verre by both Argy-Rousseau and Walter is selling very well. I just sold the Walter Chameleon tray above. Do you have any good pâte-de-verre for sale? I’m paying really good prices, so please offer them to me.


Click here for a link for two free tickets to The Original Miami Beach Antique Show or click the image below.

Let me know what interests you, even if you don’t see it on my website. I’ve got lots of items that I haven’t listed yet and I know how to locate what you desire.

I listed some of the new items on my website and will list more every week. Click Philip Chasen Antiques to take a look. I will make every effort to actively list new items as often as time permits. I always strive to offer the finest objects for sale on my website and at every show. There are many items for sale, sold items with prices and free lessons about glass and lamps. And remember to keep reading my blog.

We’ll be exhibiting at The Original Miami Beach Antique Show, January 20 – 23, 2022

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The newly renovated Miami Beach Convention Center

We haven’t exhibited at any antique shows since February, 2020, when we were last at the Grove Park Inn in Asheville, NC; the happy idiots. We had heard of a virus in Wuhan, China, but it didn’t have anything to do with us. Right? Within a couple of weeks we were on total lockdown.

Our booth at the last Miami Beach show

We’ve been out and about since we had our three shots, but always with masks at all indoor activities. We shop at stores, we went to a Broadway show, etc., but not indoor restaurants. So with a bit of trepidation, we will exhibit at our first show in almost two years at The Original Miami Beach Antique Show, January 20 – 23, 2022. We’ll wear masks the entire time we’re in the venue and hope that our guests will do so too.

We’ll have this exceptional Gallé Bluebird lamp at the show (unless I sell it first)

Business has been pretty good during the pandemic, so I’ve been busy buying and selling. We have an incredible assortment of wonderful new items for the show. I expect people will still fly in and drive in from afar, but I’m not sure about the attendance. It may be strong as people have been itching to get out and do things, or it may be weak, if people are still afraid. I’ll surely let you know in a future blog.

In the meantime, I’m very much looking forward to going to beautiful, warm Miami, in the middle of the winter, to do business and have some fun. I hope you’ll join me.


Let me know what interests you, even if you don’t see it on my website. I’ve got lots of items that I haven’t listed yet and I know how to locate what you desire.

I listed some of the new items on my website and will list more every week. Click Philip Chasen Antiques to take a look. I will make every effort to actively list new items as often as time permits. I always strive to offer the finest objects for sale on my website and at every show. There are many items for sale, sold items with prices and free lessons about glass and lamps. And remember to keep reading my blog.