Jewelry, art and antiques in Palm Beach

The 13th Annual Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show is now bigger than ever before, running from Feb. 10 through 16, with more than 170 international exhibitors in attendance. 

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Get ready, Palm Beach. The 13th Annual Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show just got bigger.

Five days was never really long enough to fully enjoy the more than 170 international exhibitors, so the show will now run seven days, from Wednesday, Feb. 10 to Monday, Feb. 16, through Presidents’ Day Weekend. Located at the Palm Beach County Convention Center, not far from the luxury real estate of Okeechobee Blvd., this important cultural event is better than ever.

A wide array of world class exhibitors will represent only the very best of the art, antique and jewelry industries. Renowned domestic and international galleries – including Butchoff Antiques, Georg Jensen, Priestley & Ferraro and Trinity House Paintings – will be in attendance.

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Upon the show’s return, the thousands of private collectors, interior designers, museum curators and investors who have made the Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show such a vital and enduring experience will once again find themselves thrilled by the breathtaking offerings.

Just in time for Valentine’s Day
If Valentine’s Day gifts like flowers and heart-shaped boxes of chocolates strike you as too predictable, Lion Hart Autographs of New York may have just the sort of extraordinary item you’re looking for. At Lion Hart’s booth, guests can marvel at – not to mention purchase – the original marriage contract signed between Napoleon and his beloved Josephine.

Napoleon's original marriage contract with Josephine may be the finest ever written.
Napoleon’s original marriage contract with Josephine may be the finest ever written.

They’ll also find a rare letter from Napoleon’s nemesis English Admiral Horatio Nelson to his mistress Emma Hamilton, as well as a manuscript written by the English governess of King Mongkut of Siam, Anna Leonowens, who was so wonderfully immortalized by the Broadway musical, “The King and I.”