"The Fair.....has become a highlight in the calendar of every ceramics and glass collector." – Magazine Antiques
The New York Ceramics Fair
Today's jewel in the crown of New York's Winter Antiques Week, The New York Ceramics Fair, brings together a carefully selected and distinguished international group of around 36 galleries offering all things "fired" - porcelain, pottery, glass, cloisonné and enamels, in a setting perfect for the exhibition and sale of important small objects.
The Fair is staged in the Grand Ballroom of the Bohemian National Hall, the home of the Czech Consulate, on East 73rd Street between 1st & 2nd Avenues - 2 blocks from Sotheby's and only 9 blocks from the Park Avenue Armory. The Fair's lecture series considered the finest in the world of antiques, will be held in the BNH cinema/lecture hall.
The New York Ceramics Fair's exhibitors come from England, Europe and across America and its visitors include not just curators and collectors, but members of the major ceramics associations in the US. Repeatedly praised by New York Times critics since 2005, the Fair annually presents the most comprehensive ceramics offerings available in one setting in this country or abroad.