Each year, the Show brings together more than 100 U.S. and international artisans and dealers, including a number of I.G.M.A. Artisans and Fellows. They offer collectors unique, well-crafted 1-inch, 1/2-inch, and 1/4-inch scale miniatures from around the world.

Saturday, September 15, 2012

At the Show - Furniture and Accessories

From Manhattan, internationally acclaimed master artist Natasha Beshenkovsky is new to Good Sam this year. Applying her own style, she creates compelling fine art with a touch of magic. She is also an IGMA Artisan. Most of her work is 1:12 scale, a few pieces are half-inch scale. Others are small and would best be described as "no-scale". She accepts commissions. Be sure to stop by Natasha's table. Her work makes a lasting impression.  natmin@aol.com, www.natashaminiatures.com

Here are some examples of Natasha's work with approximate prices.
"Mad Hatter's Tea Party" shadow box.  $2,250
Eighteenth century French lady sculpture, 6" high. Painted wood. Signed and dated.  $395
Jazz sculpture group. Wood, oil and glitter paint.  Sold
Dorothy and Toto from the Wizard of Oz film (1939).  $425
Girl with a Doll.  Sold
French Floral screen. A variety of screens priced from $500 to $1,750 will be offered at the show.
Victorian Floral screen. A variety of screens priced from $500 to $1,750 will be offered at the show.
French commode with marbleized top and Chinoiserie decoration.  $1,500
Tilt-top table with Venus and Cupid painting.  $475
This tray-table was made strictly to collector's specifications.
Italian painting "Madonna." Oil on wood.  Sold
King Charles Spaniel. Oil on wood.  Sold, will have others $250 -$450.
Terrier and cat sculptures. Painted wood.  Dog $250, Cat $175.
Trays - Small blue metal trays, set of two. A wide variety of trays in different sizes and designs will be offered at the show. Priced from $45 to $250.
Early American boxes, $295, $350, $350. Many will be offered at the show priced from $150 to $450.

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