San Francisco, October 2011 — The 30th Annual Fall Antiques Show at Fort Mason Center will run from October 27–30. It is the oldest international antiques fair on the West Coast. Over 60 dealers will present thousands of fine art objects representing all styles and periods.
Hidden Treasures: Celebrating 30 Years of Surprising Finds is the theme this year and is inspired by the traditional 30th anniversary gift, the pearl, a treasure hidden in an oyster shell. The entryway, six oversized scroll brackets, designed by architect Andrew Skurman and built by Peninsula Custom Homes (PCH) includes faux painting to invite a double take by visitors as they pass into the show. PCH has donated their time and expertise to this project in an effort to support Enterprise for High School Students.
The show benefits Enterprise for High School Students, an organization which is meant to engage and empower San Francisco Bay Area high school students to discover career opportunities and cultivate their individual interests.