Aspen Antiques, Jewelry and Fine Arts Fair
Looking East Along 59th Street by Guy Wiggins, M.S. Rau Antiques
The Aspen Antiques, Jewelry and Fine Arts Fair celebrated its 13th installment at the Aspen Ice Garden (233 West Heyman Avenue, Aspen, CO) on July 2nd to 10th. This year’s show featured over 30 international exhibitors offering tens of millions of dollars worth of treasures from around the world. All proceeds will benefit The Shining Stars Foundation, a local non-profit providing long-term, year-round care for children and their families through recreational programming at any stage in their cancer battle, including treatment, relapse, or remission.
“Thousands of art fans, collectors and history buffs return to this lovely mountainside community every July to find rare and coveted items at the show,” said Scott Fetzer, the President and Founder of the Fair.
Burma ruby and diamond earrings, M.S. Rau Antiques
This year’s exhibitors, including M.S. Rau Antiques, Jeff R. Bridgman American Antiques, Yvel Jewelry, Howard Price Fine Art, and R & A International Design, showcased millions of dollars in estate jewelry, antiques, porcelain, silver, glass, textiles, sculptures, fine art and more, ranging from the antiquities to the 20th century.
This Confederate Flag from the Civil War is one of four of its kind. It is a 15-star Confederate battle flag of General Lloyd Tilghman, who was killed at Vicksburg. Priced at $325,000, Jeff R. Bridgman American Antiques
For further information please call 970-710-1192 or go to www.aspenartfairs.com.