Sneak peek at the 2020 San Francisco Fall Show on InCollect
In less than a week – on Friday morning, October 16 at 9:00 am PST/Noon EST to be exact – the 2020 virtual San Francisco Fall Show will go live on the InCollect platform. We are thrilled to feature over 75 dealers in the show! They come from all over the US – California, New York, Michigan, New Hampshire, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Washington State, Oregon, and Texas – as well as internationally from Canada, Ireland, France, Italy, and the United Kingdom. They include our longstanding – and wonderfully loyal – San Francisco Fall Show dealers but we are also delighted to welcome back several dealers who haven’t exhibited at the show for over a decade – Carolle Thibaut-Pomerantz, Sullivan-Goss, Liz O’Brien – and some new ones as well – Barbara Israel Garden Antiques, Michael Goedhuis, Finch & Co, O’Sullivan Antiques, Philip Stites (formerly of Therien), Somerville Manning, Rayon Roskar, The Chinese Porcelain Company, Ursus Books, R. Louis Bofferding, Ronald Phillips, Michael Lipitch, and more.
How to shop the Show? That’s simple: just log in to the San Francisco Fall Show on Friday October 16 at 9:00 am PST/Noon EST – or any time thereafter. The Show will remain open 24/7 until it closes on October 25 at 5:00 PM PST. You can browse the Show from home or wherever you are from your computer, tablet or mobile device. All you need is an internet connection – no tickets, no reservations, no crowds, no lines, no bad weather…
Here’s a sneak peek:
From Henry Saywell: Vessels by Mitch Pilkington (2020). Mitch creates hand-built sculptural ceramics inspired by the natural forms from her coastal finds, both at home in North Devon and on her travels. Her stoneware vessels hark back to the dry, worn spirals of old conch shells collected on Caribbean beaches.
From R. Louis Bofferding Fine & Decorative Art: “Nest of snakes” sculpture, circa 1970, by Alessandro Albrizzi (1934-1994). Italian, 20th century, lucite & metal.
From De Angelis: Poul Kjaerholm PK24 Chaise Lounge, Denmark, 1970s.
From Milord Antiques: Rare and important acid etched brass dining table with agate inset by Paco Rabanne. Signed: “Paco Rabanne”. Designed by Paco Rabanne and executed in Belgium in the late 1970s or early 1980s, Belgium, circa 1980.
From Rayon Roskar: Brass Chandelier, Switzerland, 1940s
From Richard Gould Antiques: A Chinese Export Porcelain armorial dinner plate – Arms of Boyd, Earl of Kilmarnoch. Qianlong, circa 1785.
From Ronald Phillips Ltd.: A George III giltwood side table with scagliola top from Abington Park, circa 1780, and a George III giltwood pier mirror designed by Robert Adam and attributed to John Linnell, circa 7165.
From Finnegan Gallery: Large pair of 18th century Italian Terra Cotta urns, from the Genoa region of Italy. Circa 1875.
From Carolle Thibaut-Pomerantz, “the” specialist in vintage wallpaper: Monuments de Paris
From Somerville Manning Gallery: Hazy Afternoon, 1908/1911 by N.C. Wyeth (1882-1945), oil on canvas
From Hyde Park Antiques: An extremely rare English oak & ebony-inlaid games table, attributable to George Bullock, circa 1820.
By Vera Vandenbosch