The city of Chicago certainly isn’t lacking when it comes to art and culture, and this weekend, Navy Pier is your best bet to find the greatest variety of it in one convenient location. History buffs, casual admirers, and art collectors alike will flock to our Festival Hall as The Palm Beach Show Group brings its one-of-a-kind experience to Navy Pier with the Chicago International Art, Antique, and Jewelry Show April 24–28!
The show officially kicks off the evening of April 24 with a private Opening Night Preview Party hosted by and benefitting The Women’s Board of the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago (RIC). Enjoy cocktails and hors d’oeuvres as you get an exclusive first look at the fine wares this incredible show has to offer. From there, the show is open to the public April 25–28, so be sure to get your tickets in advance!
Gemologist and entrepreneur, Scott Diament, has developed a sterling reputation for putting together an incredible experience, and this Chicago tour will be no exception. More than 100 exhibitors will be on hand to showcase some of the finest antiques, jewelry, and art from around the world. Diament recently praised Chicago in a Huffington Post article, describing it as “a great collecting city, [a] great architectural city.” “They love furnishings, design, jewelry,” he said. We couldn’t agree more!
Whether you’re admiring or bidding, there will be so many spectacular items on display that this will definitely be a must-see event for visitors of all interests. From Asian antiquities and exotic furniture to priceless art and European and American silver, the Chicago International Art, Antique, and Jewelry Show will have something to catch everyone’s eye.
The show’s hours will vary, so be sure to check out the website to maximize your time. With so much to choose from, you’ll want to see everything!
Exhibitors from all around the world and even some from Chicago will be on hand. Check out the exhibitors list and let us know which one you’re most excited to see and why in the comments section below.