31 Jan Auction Daily Returns to The Winter Show, 2020
AUCTION DAILY – A week after our team got a sneak preview of New York’s Winter Show, we headed back to Park Avenue Armory one last time to see how the event is wrapping up. The Winter Show is an antique and art fair that has brought dealers and collectors together for 66 years. The public’s last day to visit the event is this Sunday, February 2nd.
One of the big takeaways from our return to The Winter Show is how much success the event’s vendors are experiencing. We had the pleasure of talking to Frank Levy of Bernard & S. Dean Levy on our first trip to this year’s Winter Show. At the time, one of his featured pieces at the event was a clawfoot sofa once owned by Henry Ford. That piece sold on The Winter Show’s opening night.
Fellow Americana dealer Taylor Thistlethwaite of Thistlethwaite Americana believes The Winter Show is the premier event to sell his high-end items. “I found out about getting into the show about six months ago,” Thistlethwaite told us at the event. “So the minute I found out, I was like: ‘pedal to the metal, we gotta find some treasure.’”