A Preview Benefit Cocktail Party for the 2021 East Hampton Antiques & Design Show was held on the evening of Friday, July 16 on the bucolic grounds of Mulford Farm in the heart of East Hampton Village. Guests had the opportunity to meet with interior designer Marshall Watson, the Honorary Chair and local design luminary with international fame, best known for creating classic, light-filled and elegant interiors with a modern sensibility. Guests enjoyed an early buying opportunity of the impressive array of antiques, art, jewelry, timelessly chic furniture, accessories and collectibles. Ticket proceeds benefited the East Hampton Historical Society.
The East Hampton Antiques & Design Show continued on Saturday and Sunday, July 17 and 18, 2021. Now in its fifteenth year, the East Hampton Antiques & Design Show is widely recognized as the premier antiques & design event on eastern Long Island and a highlight of the East Hampton arts and social calendar. Over 50 elite art and antique dealers participated, offering a diverse assemblage of rare and unique items for the home and garden. The show received over fifteen hundred visitors.
Among the distinguished guests included Sasha Bikoff, Charlotte Moss, Richard Barons (Chief Curator of the EHHS), Debbie & Henry Druker, Mike Clifford, Frank Newbold, James Blauvelt, Tom Samet, David Netto, Kate Kelly Smith, Pamela Jaccarino, Sean Sullivan, James Nolan, Anthony Baratta, EH Town Supervisor Peter Van Scoyoc and Marilyn Van Scoyoc, Dianne Benson and Lys Marigold, Dan Scotti, Andrea Schumacher, Lisa and Cary Kravet.
The 2021 East Hampton Antiques & Design Show was made possible in part by the generous support of media sponsor LUXE Interiors + Design, Amaden Gay Agencies, and Doyle Galleries. The show was managed by Brian Ferguson Antiques of Massachusetts. Catering was provided by Bostwick’s & Debbie Geppert Events Catering Co.