Consumers purchase antiques in struggling economy

Miami, Fla. -- Consumers are continuing to purchase antiques, including jewelry, paintings, furniture and collectibles, as investment opportunities during this struggling economy, according to DMG World Media.

"Our clients have confirmed to us that individuals are continuing to purchase antiques, sculptures, art and jewelry as investments," DMG World Media Show Director Andrea Canady said in a media release. "We're featuring these true treasures all in one location at The Original Miami Beach Antique Show, where consumers can view, touch and purchase these invaluable items."

Some of the items that will be available at The Original Miami Beach Antique Show, to be held from Jan. 22-26, 2009, at the Miami Beach Convention Center in Miami Beach, Fla., include rare and unusual historical art collections and antiques from around the world such as 18th-, 19th- and 20th-century furniture, original paintings and works of art spanning more than three centuries, fine American and European silver, 19th- and 20th-century art glass such as Galle, Lalique and Tiffany, as well as world-renowned porcelain such as Meissen and KPM.

For show information about the show, call (239) 732-6642 or visit DMG World Media's Web site, DMGAntiqueShows.com.

The Original Miami Beach Antique Show is just one of more than 300 trade exhibitions, consumer shows and fairs that DMG World Media produces every year in the United States, the United Kingdom and France.

From: www.nationaljewelernetwork.com

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