Venue Details

30 Star Starred
Boston Center for the Arts - Cyclorama
between Clarendon and Berkeley 539 Tremont St Boston, MA 02116
617-426-5000
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Kimberly Michelle
The weather was Windy, cloudy but event was indoors . I wore Casual attire .
Spring Beer Fest dress Apr 07 2014 star this tip starred
JEM
I wore comfortable shoes a must.
The Shatterer of Worlds dress Jan 24 2014 star this tip starred

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Lesley B. Henderson
57 events
46 reviews
3 stars
attended Oct 25 2013

Antiques were so expensive it wasn't worth it to go. I thought there would be some other vendors there i.e. crafts or items that could be purchased, but the prices were way over the top for the "man in the street".

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Website

http://ellisboston.com/

Description

The Ellis Boston Antiques Show features 40 dealers from the United States and Europe offering  antiques, jewelry, fine art, silver, antiquities, rare maps, prints and more.  Your ticket includes complimentary re-admission, catalog, coat check and special programs, including:*

Friday, October 25, 2013 at 6:00pm – Unexpected Treasures from Marblehead*

Judy Anderson of Marblehead Architecture Heritage, author of Glorious Splendor – 18th Century Wallpapers in the Jeremiah Lee Mansion. Prior to Independence, Marblehead was the second-largest town in Massachusetts. Half the houses from those years still stand, and their compelling family stories encompass splendor, intrigue, and tragedy. This talk will showcase portraits by John Singleton Copley (1764 – 1769), 18th-century furniture by five known cabinet-makers (1720s to 80s), engaging 1920s folk art and Marblehead’s celebrated art pottery. A book signing will follow.

Saturday, October 26, 2013 at 3:00pm – Panel – *_From Past to Present:

Demystifying the Historic Home Renovation Process*_

Whether you’re contemplating purchasing a historic property or you a long-time owner, historic renovations present many challenges. It’s important know how you can seamlessly blend the old with the new and confidently tackle your project.  Moderated by Gail Ravgiala, editor of _Design

New England magazine, this panel includes Doug Hanna, President, and Dan McLaughlin, Project Manager, S+H Construction, Inc.; Charlie Myer, Principal Architect, Charles Myer + Partners; Jon Hattaway and Martin Potter, MJ Berries Design; and Bruce Irving, renovation consultant and former producer of This Old House. Sponsored by S+H Construction and Design New England.

_ Sunday, October 27, 2013 at 2:00pm – Special Guest Eric Cohler — *_A Collector on Collecting*_

New York-based interior designer Eric Cohler, author of the book Cohler on Design. Dubbed “The Mixmaster” for his ability to blend high- and low-end pieces to create rooms that are simultaneously fresh and classic, Eric Cohler’s interior design is always a tribute to individual personality and style. Discover how art, furnishings, interiors and the homeowner’s personality come together to create memorable spaces. Full of accessible tips and tricks, Cohler encourages his clients to revel in what makes them happy, and surround themselves with objects and art that reflect that joy. A book signing will follow.