Exhibitions | Aug 26, 2016 |
Antiques at The Gardens show arriving in Birmingham this fall
Boh staff
By Staff

From October 6 to 9, the Birmingham Botanical Gardens will host the 11th annual Antiques at The Gardens show. Interior and landscape designers will create themed areas decorated with goods from Birmingham and other areas of the country, and dealers will be on hand to present antiques, furniture, porcelain, fine art, silver, garden accessories and jewelry.

“As the show enters its second decade, we are thrilled to bring such great talent to Antiques at The Gardens,” said the event chairs, Ragan Cain and Cathy Luckie. “It has been an honor for us to co-chair this event. We hope that guests will come and support the Antiques weekend, as well as the Birmingham Botanical Gardens—a beautiful backdrop for our community and our state.”

Programs include a returning lecture series with renowned interior decorator and author Jeffrey Bilhuber and a design panel and discussion, among other planned events.

The themed areas will be curated by this year’s Tastemakers: Jeffrey Dungan Architects, Grant Trick, Beth Webb Interiors, Cantley & Company, Margaret Kirkland Interiors, Pamela Evans Interior Design, Patina and TMD Landscape Designs.

This year’s dealers include Antique Cupboard, Barometer Fair, Caroline Faison Antiques, DR Grissom Estate and Fine Jewelry, Edwin C. Skinner Antiques, Embellish Antiques, Gallery 1930, George Getlik Fine Art, Hard to Find Goods, J&M Antiques, Lotz’s Antiques, Paige Albright Orientals, Pennoyer Newman, Somerset Antiques, Southern Living, Thomas M. Fortner Antiques, Thompson House Antiques and Whitehall Antiques.

Find the schedule, courtesy of the Birmingham Botanical Gardens, below:

10:30-11:30 a.m.
 “Tastebuds,” presented by Flower magazine, featuring Suzanne Pollack, author and founder of Charleston Academy of Domestic Pursuits. $25. Lunch provided by The Pantry. Limited to 40 people under 40 years old.

7-11 p.m. Gala in The Gardens, presented by Stifel, 19/19 Investment Counsel and BNY Mellon/Pershing Advisor Solutions. Tickets: $175 per person. Black-tie preview of the show, cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, music by To The 9’s and show readmission.

10 a.m.-7 p.m.
 Public show is open. $15.

11 a.m. Red Diamond Lecture Series, featuring interior designer Jeffrey Bilhuber. $40. (Book signing to follow at noon.)

1 p.m. Red Diamond Lecture Series, featuring floral designer Michael Grim. $30.

3 p.m. Floral workshop with Michael Grim. $150. Limited to 20 people.

5-7 p.m. After Hours at The Gardens, presented by McCorquodale Transfer and StyleBlueprint. Included in general admission ticket price.

10 a.m.-5 p.m.
 Public Show is open. $15.

9 a.m.-12 p.m. Intro to Calligraphy, by Holly Hollon. $125. Limited to 20 people.

10 a.m. Taste in Spades presents Shop the Show with Eddie Ross. $75. Limited to 15 people. Price includes a signed copy of his book, Modern Mix.

12 p.m. Taste in Spades presents Design Panel/Discussion featuring Gen and Ben Sohr of Pencil and Paper Co., Eddie Ross and Mark Sikes. Moderated by Karen Carroll of Flower magazine. $35. Price includes lunch and show admission.

2 p.m. Taste in Spades presentation by Gen and Ben Sohr of Pencil and Paper Co.: “Creating a Family-Friendly Home With Personality.” Included in general admission ticket price.

3 p.m. Taste in Spades presentation by Eddie Ross: “Dare to Mix.” Included in general admission ticket price.

11 a.m.-4 p.m.
 Public show is open. $15.

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