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PaperCity Houston November 2021

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A ntiques lovers, rejoice. After two long years, Houston Antiques + Art + Design Show (HAADS) returns to Silver Street Studios at Sawyer Yards Friday through Sunday, November 19 through 21. HAADS recommences with a new November date — the month of the now retired Theta Charity Antiques Show — and new and prestigious dealers, many previously showing at the shuttered Theta show. Show producer Dolphin Promotions (presenter of premier antique and vintage shows around the country such as Palm Springs Modernism) has secured prominent new exhibitors Trinity House Paintings of New York, London, and the Cotswalds (American and European paintings); Jayne Thompson Antiques of Harrodsburg, Kentucky (American and European furniture); William Cook Antiques of Berkshire, England renown; Jacob's Diamond & Estate Jewelry of Los Angeles (antique and estate jewelry); Antique Legacy of Upland, California (European furniture and fine arts); Silver Art by D & R of Marseille, France (sterling silver); and Atlanta Fine Oriental Rugs (European furniture and antique rugs). Media sponsor PaperCity previewed a sampling of exhibitors' offerings and can report that William Cook will show a 19th- century French mahogany and ormolu mounted console table, circa 1820, and a pair of 19th-century French armchairs with original needlework upholstery, circa 1840. Houston Antiques + Art + Design Show, admission $15, valid for three days. Friday - Saturday, November 19 - 20, 11 am – 6 pm; Sunday, November 21, 11 am – 4 pm. Silver Street Studios at Sawyer Yards, 2000 Edwards St., Anne Lee Phillips HAADS' TRIUMPHANT RETURN (English and Continental furniture); Arader Galleries of Philadelphia (maps and prints); Roberto Freitas American Antiques and Decorative Arts of Stonington, Connecticut (antique American furniture); Greg Pepin Silver of Copenhagen (Georg Jensen holloware and sterling silver); Imperial Fine Books & Oriental Arts of New York (literary collections and Chinese porcelains); Jesse Davis Antiques Ltd. of London (porcelains); David Brooker Antiques of Woodbury, Connecticut (American and European paintings); and Rosaria Varra Fine Jewelry of Miami (precious gems and jewelry). Beloved returning dealers include Diptych Fine Arts of Jalisco, Mexico (Mexican colonial furniture and religious paintings and statuary); Houston's David Lackey Antiques & Fine Jewelry of Antiques Roadshow OBSESSIONS. DECORATION. SALIENT FACTS. T he latest sneaker drop is Mallet London, debuting at Saks Fifth Avenue in Houston this month. Twenty-something sneakerhead/British reality TV star Tommy Mallet couldn't afford the most expensive shoes hitting THE BRITISH (TRAINERS) ARE COMING the market, so he created his own brand in 2015 with fashion-industry mate Evren Ozkarakasli. Sold at Selfridges and Harrods, Mallet trainers quickly became coveted, with new silhouettes and collaborations selling out within minutes, long wait lists, and celebrity fans including Craig David and joining the rush. Mallet arrived stateside last spring with a pop-up at Fred Segal, then exclusively at Saks online and in Bal Harbour and Beverly Hills. Saks only carries the men's line for now; the women's collection, known as Miss Mallet, launches on the Mallet website this month as well. Mallet London, from $250, at Saks Fifth Avenue, The Galleria,; Anne Lee Phillips Jayne Thompson Antiques Jacob's Diamond & Estate Jewelry Roberto Freitas American Antiques Greg Pepin Silver Mallet London at Saks Fifth Avenue 20

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