Showplace Luxury Art Design Vintage in NYC’s NoMad Design District
What is the best place in New York City to buy fine art, vintage collectibles, design pieces, and luxury items? There is only one right answer to this question — it is the amazing Showplace Luxury Art Design Vintage located in NoMad Design District. You will hardly find a better place in Manhattan with such a diversity of valuables for any taste. Over 250 galleries and dealers offer their exceptional selections of art and collectibles at the Showplace Design Center, attracting art lovers and collectors from around the world. If you still have not visited this one-of-a-kind place, you should definitely do it at your earliest opportunity!
Showplace Luxury Art Design Vintage
Showplace Luxury Art Design Vintage, which is also known as Showplace Antique + Design Center, has been providing its visitors with a unique shopping experience since 1993. The Center is primarily known for the amazing selection of designs and furnishings of the 19th and 20th centuries, ranging from Art Nouveau and Art Deco to Mid-Century and Modern, but it also has many more valuables to offer. Fine art, fashion, antiques, works by contemporary artists, and designer lighting are just some of the items that you can find at Showplace.
As mentioned above, Showplace features over 250 reputable galleries and dealers. For example, it is home to the amazing Ashville Fine Arts specializing in 17th — 21st-century art and decorative objects, Vladimir’s Antiques known for its fabulous selection of religious art and artifacts, Freeforms LLC that offers 20th-century ceramics and glass, and more.
At Fine Art Shippers, we are proud to be closely working with Showplace Luxury Art Design Vintage, serving many of its dealers and clients and providing them with professional art shipping and art installation services. We highly recommend this wonderful place as the best in Manhattan where you can find a whole range of collectibles for any taste!
Originally published at https://fineartshippers.com on October 21, 2020.