01 Nov Bay Area Celebrates Wanderlust In Art, Antiques & Design
November 1, 2019 — Antiques and The Arts Weekly
SAN FRANCISCO — The San Francisco Fall Show is a “must-attend” event, not just for those who plan their lives around the San Francisco social calendar, but for anyone in the United States serious about antiques, art, and design. For those that keep track of such things, the show fielded 17 exhibitors based — or with an office — in California, 19 from the United States, five from the United Kingdom, three from Europe-an countries and one each from Canada and Mexico. Arguably one of the best shows on the West Coast, this annual event features four days of non-stop lectures, panel discussions, book signings and, of course, antiques, art, and design dating from antiquity to contemporary.
Debuting jewelry dealer, Dana Kraus gave a glowing report after making several significant sales of earrings and rings. “We had a terrific San Francisco show. The committee does a great job with lectures and adjunct events, which bring in steady traffic. We have a core group of loyal clients in the Bay Area and they all came to support us, as well as clients from Chicago and L.A. They got to enjoy the opening party and we got to enjoy their company. The show was beautifully appointed, the weather was stunning, and we look forward to returning.”