13 April 2010

Classic, Traditional and Modern: Epoca San Francisco at the Los Angeles Antiques Show

Antiques dealer Eric Petsinger of Epoca San Francisco will be bringing his eclectic and esoteric eye to the Los Angeles Antiques Show again in April. Petsinger and his gallery of seven years have participated in the prestigious exhibition each year. Known for an inventory that ranges from the eighteenth to twentieth centuries, that can be serious or playful, Epoca has been a welcoming environment for interior designers, collectors and dreamers. The same gracious ambiance will be found in its booth at the show. Featured this year are a dramatic American Art Deco four paneled black lacquer screen with a flock of cranes, a pair of 1960’s Murano glass lamps in periwinkle blue and a pair of French Napoleon III style carved giltwood ropetwist circular stools. The exhibit runs April 22 to April 25 and is located in the Barker Hangar at Santa Monica Air Center, http://www.losangelesantiqueshow.com. View Epoca’s complete inventory virtually at http://www.epocasf.com or in person at 1700 Sixteenth Street, Sixteenth at Kansas, San Francisco.

5 comments:

  1. LOVED it-beautifully done..

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  2. LOVELY pieces.
    I was so struck by your banner - my favorite museum is the Freer and Sackler, and I've visited the Peacock Room so many times! It's stunning.

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  3. Dear Sanity, Thank you so much for your comment. I too love the Peacock Room and all things Whistler. Best, Kendra

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  4. PGT~ Eric has a wonderful eye and is a true gentleman. Kendra

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