Sixty dealers from around the globe will convene on San Francisco's Fort Mason Festival Pavilion over October 22 to 25 for the city's Fall Antiques Show. On sale and on view will be a selection of fine and decorative arts covering styles and periods including American, English, Continental and Asian furniture and decorative objects, paintings, prints, photographs, books, gold, silver and precious metals, jewelry, rugs, textiles and ceramics. Area designer Suzanne Tucker will chair the show, now well into its third decade as a local—and global—hub of design.
Tucker has chaired the SFFAS Designers' Circle for the past few years but this year will chair the entire show. “For anyone interested in the decorative arts, buying, collecting, or simply learning about art and antiques, the San Francisco Fall Antiques Show is not to be missed,” says Tucker. “After 34 years, it's a Bay Area ‘must do’ of the most wonderful, vibrant four days filled with terrific dealers, fascinating lectures and gobs of eye candy! I am thrilled to be chairing the show this year and encourage everyone to go see for yourselves, explore the booths, meet the dealers, learn a lot and take home a fabulous find.”
All of the fair's proceeds will benefit Enterprise for High School Students, a nonprofit that prepares Bay Area youth for post-school life with career coaching, workshops and a network of advisors and peers. Learn more online.