The Magazine ANTIQUES, Editor

Gregory Cerio recently became editor of The Magazine ANTIQUES, the sixth since the publication’s founding in 1922. A career magazine journalist, he has a deep and abiding interest in the fine and decorative arts, design, and architecture. He was the founding editor of Modern Magazine in 2009; and a senior features editor for House & Garden magazine from 1998 to 2007. Gregory has a degree in English literature from Washington College in Chestertown, Maryland, and grew up in the city of Annapolis. He has lived in Dublin, Ireland, and Barcelona, Spain.

"Our magazine serves as both a guide and an intelligent companion to a particularly thoughtful and discerning readership made up of collectors, scholars, lovers of history, and aficionados of the arts. They travel, visit museums, and while away hours in antiques shops and galleries. They live their passions and know they can count on The Magazine ANTIQUES as an authoritative resource, pointing the way toward new discoveries."


The Magazine ANTIQUES, Publisher

After 15 years as an American art dealer and gallery director, Don Sparacin joined The Magazine ANTIQUES in September of 2011. Don brings a vast breadth of knowledge of the American paintings market to the publication—an important niche within the magazine’s editorial and advertising content. As a former gallery director responsible for managing significant advertising budgets and schedules, he understands the needs of the advertiser from an inside perspective. In 2015, with 4 years of sales experience at the magazine, Don was named publisher. His goal is to help maintain the legacy of the century-old brand and provide an important forum for dealers, museums and luxury brands to promote their businesses. He looks forward to building strong relationships with advertisers as well as with our print and digital audiences.

“As one of the pillars of the market, our magazine provides the scholarly context necessary to give value to the objects we cherish. This trait is unique amongst the few publications serving the antiques community." 


LIVING WITH ANTIQUESRichly photographed features that take us into the homes of notable collectors
CULTURE AND TRAVELWorldwide guides to cities and places of historic and artistic interest
CURRENT & COMINGWhat's happening in museums, auction houses, and galleries in the US
FARTHER AFIELDA report on international events in the fine and decorative arts
MUSEUM VISITA tour and review of an institution and current exhibition
NEW LIGHTPathbreaking discoveries from the field
DEALER PROFILEA close look at important figures in the trade
PERSONAL SPACEInspiring first-person stories from lovers of art and antiques
TO PRESERVE AND PROTECTNotable projects in the rescue of our architectural and design heritage
ENDNOTESNews of people, events, and issues of the day





Our loyal readership of 80,000+ considers the magazine an intelligent, critical publication.

Own or collection art and antiques
took action as a result of reading the magazine antiques
Attend Auctions
Purchased home furnishings
spend 1 – 2 hours with each issue
spend 3 – 4 hours with each issue

Our readers are smart, cultured and have a strong interest in the arts.


“… Jane Nylander, who serves on the board of Old Sturbridge Village as a trustee and former chair of the collections committee, was leafing through the March/April 2016 issue of The Magazine ANTIQUES this spring when she came across a Bernard & S. Dean Levy advertisement featuring two [John Ritto Penniman] portraits. Nylander brought the portraits to the attention of the Old Sturbridge Village staff and collections committee. …and Old Sturbridge Village was able to acquire the portraits in May.” – Maine Antique Digest, September 2016


The Magazine ANTIQUES is highly visible, sold on newstands internationally and in all Barnes & Noble bookstores nationwide.**

*Source: Simmons Subscriber Study. Art in America Reader Survey, 2011.
**Publishers Statement of Ownership and Circulation, 2014.



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Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show | Palm Beach, FL

Naples International Art & Antique Fair | Naples, FL

New York Antique Ceramics Fair | New York, NY

Original Miami Beach Antiques Show | Miami, FL

The Winter Show | New York, NY

Washington Winter Show | Washington, DC

Sarasota Art + Antiques + Design Show | Sarasota, FL

Miami Antiques + Art + Design Show | Miami, FL

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Antiques on the Hudson at Lyndhurst | Tarrytown, NY

BADA London | London, UK

Chester County Antiques Show | West Chester, PA

Connecticut Spring Antiques Show | Hartford, CT

Houston Antiques + Art + Design Show | Houston, TX

Philadelphia Antiques and Art Show | Philadelphia, PA

TEFAF Maastricht | Maastricht, NE

Architectural Digest Home Design Show | New York, NY

Hillsborough Antiques + Art + Design Show | San Mateo, CA

Antiques at Morristown Armory | Morristown, NJ


Objects of Desire | Wilton, CT

Art Antiques London | London, UK

Antiques at Rhinebeck | Rhinebeck, NY

Brandywine River Museum Antiques Show | Brandywine, PA

Masterpiece London | London, UK

TEFAF New York Spring | New York, NY

Chicago Antiques + Art + Design Show | Chicago, IL

Greater York Antiques Show | York, PA

Antiques Garden Furniture Show and Sale | New York, NY

American Arts Conference | New York, NY


Antiques in Manchester | Manchester, NH

Newport Antiques Show | Newport, RI

Baltimore Art, Antiques & Jewelry Show | Baltimore, MD

Midweek Antiques Show | Manchester, NH

Nantucket Antiques Show | Nantucket, MA

NHADA – New Hampshire Antique Show | Manchester, NH

The New Orleans Antique Show | New Orleans, LA

Objects of Art Show | Santa Fe, NM

Whitehawk Antique Indian & Ethnographic Art Show | Santa Fe, NM

Vermont Antique Dealers’ Show | Woodstock, VT


ADA Historic Deerfield Show | Deerfield, MA

Antiques + Modernism Winnetka | Winnetka, IL

Cincinnati Antiques Festival | Cincinnati, OH

San Francisco Fall Antiques Show | San Francisco, CA

Boston International Fine Art Show | Boston, MA

Greenville County Antiques Show | Greenville, SC

Olana Awards Gala | New York, NY

Adirondack Experience Antiques Show & Sale | Blue Mountain Lake, NY

Fall Antiques at Rhinebeck | Rhinebeck, NY

Frieze Masters | New York, NY

Conference on the Arts & Crafts Movement | New York, NY

AADLA Fine Arts & Antique Show | New York, NY

Houston Antique + Art + Design Show | Houston, TX


The American Art Fair | New York, NY

Boston International Fine Art Fair | Boston, MA

Theta Design Weekend | Houston, TX

Greater York Antiques Show | York, PA

Greenwich Winter Antiques Show | Greenwich, CT

Hillsborough Antiques + Art + Design Show | San Mateo, CA

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"Nathan Liverant and Son is a proud supporter of The Magazine ANTIQUES and has advertised there regularly since the 1960s. We continue to regard the magazine as the backbone of the antiques industry. The Magazine ANTIQUES is synonymous with the highest editorial policy and well-documented articles. It is the publication that most students of the decorative arts follow for new developments and the latest research. It is always exciting to view the creative and artistic marketing by the advertisers and our colleagues.

The Magazine ANTIQUES has given our business national exposure to collectors, museums, and those interested in American decorative arts. The magazine has given us the opportunity to direct our advertising dollar to a concentrated audience, and has helped us develop our national reputation. We highly recommend The Magazine ANTIQUES as the premier advertising vehicle to reach an engaged group of subscribers interested in American antiques, art and the antiques industry."

– Arthur S. Liverant, Nathan Liverant and Son Antiques, LLC., Colchester, CT

"In my experience, advertising dollars invested with The Magazine ANTIQUES is money well spent. My responses to ads have always been vigorous and diverse, often resulting in strong sales. I appreciate the professional service provided by the sales and production teams. In an ever-increasingly competitive market, it is crucial to focus one’s energy and resources in a highly focused way. The Magazine ANTIQUES provides that focus for me through its readership. The calls I receive from advertisements in The Magazine ANTIQUES invariably come from serious, sophisticated collectors. It is very common for me to hear from collectors months later that they admired my ad in a previous issue."

– Christopher T. Rebollo, Mechanicsville, PA

"Just a short note to thank you again… You may perhaps decisively refer to me as a nostalgia-buff or a rank sentimentalist…but I prefer to view myself as a new-age kind of guy—“everything old is new again”. It occurred to me that perhaps that’s why I advertise in The Magazine ANTIQUES.

It stays true to itself and its mission, and, in an age of instant-hype, overkill and art-media intent on covering fads and flavors-of-the-month, The Magazine ANTIQUES continues to stand alone, presenting a scholarly approach in its beautiful, glossy pages. It’s called an old-fashioned approach and I guess I’m an old-fashioned kind of guy. So be assured that as long as I can afford to, I will stay loyal and support your wonderful publication."

– Jack Seidenberg, Seidenberg Antiques, New York, NY




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A La Vieille Russie, Inc.

Alexandre Gallery

Allan Katz Americana

American Garage

Aronson Antiquairs

Arthur Guy Kaplan

Associated Artists LLC

Austin T. Miller American

Avery Galleries

Barbara Israel Garden Antiques

Bernard & S. Dean Levy, Inc.

Beverly Bremer Silvershop

C. L. Prickett Antiques

Carl Hammer Gallery

Carlton Hobbs LLC

Clinton Howell Antiques

Cohen & Cohen

David Wheatcroft

David A. Schorsch

Eileen M. Smiles

Debra Force Fine Art, Inc.

Ed Weissman Antiques

Elle Shushan Fine Portrait Miniatures

Elliot & Grace Snyder

Erik Thomsen LLC Asian Art

Firestone and Parson

Francis J. Purcell, Inc.

Frank & Barbara Pollack

Gary R. Sullivan Antiques Inc.

Gemini Antiques Ltd.

Gerald Peters Gallery

Godel & Co. Fine Art, Inc.

HL Chalfant

Heller Washam Antiques

The Herrs Antiques

Hill Gallery

Hirschl & Adler Galleries

Hyde Park Antiques, Ltd.

Imperial Fine Books

James Robinson, Inc.

Jeff R. Bridgman American Antiques

Jeffrey Tillou Antiques


Joan R. Brownstein American Folk Paintings

John Atzbach Antiques

Jonathan Boos

Jonathan Trace Antiques

Judith & James Milne, Inc.

Kelly Kinzle Antiques

Kenneth E. Tuttle Antiques

Koopman Rare Art

Leah Gordon

Leatherwood Antiques

Lillian Nassau LLC

M. Finkel & Daughter

M. Ford Creech Antiques & Fine Arts

M.S. Rau Antiques, LLC

MME Fine Art, LLC

The Manhattan Art and Antiques Center

Marion Harris

Martyn Gregory

Menconi & Schoelkopf Fine Art, LLC

Mr. & Mrs. Jerome Blum

Nathan Liverant and Son Antiques

Old Print Shop

Olde Hope Antiques, Inc.

Ophir Gallery Inc.

Peter Eaton Antiques

Peter Pap Oriental Rugs, Inc.

Peter L. Villa Fine Art

Philip H. Bradley Co. Antiques

Questroyal Fine Art, LLC

R. Jorgensen Antiques

Roger Winter

Ronald Phillips

Russack and Loto Books, LLC

S.J. Shrubsole

Samuel Herrup Antiques

Schwarz Gallery

Spencer Marks, Ltd.

Stanley Weiss Collection

Stephen & Carol Huber

Vose Galleries LLC

Wally Findlay Galleries

William A. Karges Fine Art

William Vareika Fine Arts Ltd.


American Folk Art Museum

Birmingham Museum of Art

Brandywine River Museum

Brooklyn Museum of Art

Bruce Museum

Cincinnati Art Museum

C.M. Russell Museum

Cincinnati Art Museum

C.M. Russell Museum

Colonial Williamsburg

Corning Museum of Glass

Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum

Currier Museum of Art

Delaware Art Museum

Driehaus Museum

Flagler Museum

High Museum of Art

Historic New England

Historic New Orleans Collection

Lightner Museum

Mennello Museum of American Art


Museum of Fine Arts, Houston


National Academy Museum

New Bedford Whaling Museum

Peabody Essex Museum

RISD Museum

Ringling Museum of Art

Shelburne Museum

Victorian Society in America

Virginia Museum of Fine Arts

Wadsworth Atheneum Museum

Williard House & Clock Museum

Winterthur Museum & Country Estate


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Cordier Auctions

Cowan’s Auctions

Doyle New York


Garth’s Auctions, Inc.

Heritage Auctions


Ivey-Selkirk Auctioneers

James D. Julia, Inc.

Jeffrey S. Evans & Assoc.

Leland Little

Lichfiel County Auctions


Morphy Auctions

Neal Auction

New Orleans Auction Galleries

Northeast Auctions

Pook & Pook, Inc.

Schwenke Auctioneers

Skinner Auctioneers


Sporting Art Auction

Thomaston Place Auctions

Woodbury Auctions


ADA Historic Deerfield Show

American Art Fair

American International Fine Art Fair

Art Antiques London

Boston Int’l Fine Art Fair

Brandywine River Museum

Charleston Antiques Show

Chester County Antiques Show

Delaware Antiques Show

Dolphin Promotions

Ellis Boston Antiques Show

Greater York Antiques Show and Sale

Fine Art & Design

HADA Spring Antiques Show

International Show

Litchfield County Antiques Show

LA Art Show

Main Line Antiques Show


Midweek Antiques Show

Nantucket Historical Association Antiques Show

Naples Art & Antiques Show

New Hampshire Antiques Show

Newport Antiques Show

New York Antiquarian Book Fair

The New York Ceramics Fair

Outsider Art Fair

Philadelphia Antiques and Art Show

Philadelphia Antiques Show

Pier Show

Princeton Fall Antiques Show

San Francisco Fall Antiques Show

Spring Masters

Theta Charity Antiques Show

Whitehawk Antique Indian & Tribal Arts Show & Ethnographic Show

Wilton Fall Antiques Market

Winnetka Antiques Show

Winter Antiques Show


Antiques Council

Antiques Dealers Association of America

Antiques Dealers Association of California

Art and Antique Dealers League of America, Inc.

British Antique Dealers Association

Canadian Antique Dealers Association



Japanese Art Dealers Association


Private Art Dealers Association


Americana Authentic Sutter-blinds

Andersen & Stauffer Furniture Makers, LLC

Bevolo Gas Lights

Brunschwig & Fils, Inc.

Country Bed Shop


Elmwood Company

L. & J. G. Stickley

Lalique North America Inc.

P.E. Guerin

Pollaro Custom Furniture, Inc.

Remains Lighting

Roman Thomas Inc.

Stephen T. Anderson Ltd.

Steuben Glass LLC


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G. Contracts must be completed within one year from date of first insertion; otherwise charges will be adjusted in accordance with the rate applicable to the number of insertions actually used.
H. The Magazine ANTIQUES' liability for any error shall not exceed the cost of the space occupied by error.
I. The Magazine ANTIQUES assumes no liability for errors in index to advertisers or complimentary geographical listings. The publisher assumes no liability if for any reason it becomes necessary to omit an advertisement.
J. Whereas The Magazine ANTIQUES exercises care in screening images and text submitted by its advertisers, it does not guarantee the authenticity of objects or quality of services advertised in its pages, nor does it accept any liability which may arise from the purchase or sale of objects or services advertised.

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The Magazine ANTIQUES
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