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Ellis Boston Antique Show Returns in Splendor for the Weekend

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Last night I wandered around Cyclorama, wide-eyed, taking in the marvel that is Ellis Boston Antiques show — a Boston mainstay making its triumphant return this weekend after a two-year hiatus (with new name and partners thanks to Fusco & Four). And after seeing what the show has to offer, it’s a laudable return indeed. Every booth is a heavy hitter, and diversity is prevalent. Majolica pottery catches the eye in one corner, crystal boxes in another (like this stunning one, above, at Sallea Antiques’s booth). A set of Charles Dickens’s Christmas stories (at Imperial Fine Books), dazzling art-deco jewelry (at Marcoz), and iron chair (below, at Andrew Spindler Antiques) all had us captivated.

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In all, it was one great night spent pointing at one gorgeous find after another. The show runs through the weekend — don’t miss it! For more info, click here, and check out our preview in our Sept/Oct issue.

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