Managed by the Antiques Council, the 16th Annual Charleston Antiques Show will bring approximately 30 dealers of fine arts and antiques from across the world to the Gaillard Center for a magnificent three-day show. You will find paintings, jewelry, furniture, rugs, decorative objects, silver and many more treasures to behold. Explore the show all three days and enjoy a Bloody Mary on Sunday morning while you stroll through the exhibits.

Founded in 1670, Charleston quickly rose to prominence as the colonies’ most significant seaport, importing the finest in 18th and 19th century material culture. Today the city’s legacy of Continental, European and Asian influences can still be found in its alluring architecture and decorative arts.

Through the Show’s educational and entertaining special events, collectors have a unique opportunity to purchase and learn more about everything from exquisite furniture and fine art to rare maps, jewelry, posters, prints and quilts.

This year’s event will be held at the Gaillard Center at 95 Calhoun Street. For more info, call 843-722-3405 or visit www.historiccharleston.org.