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47th Annual Antiques Show

47th Annual Antiques Show

Fine antiques including furniture, rugs, porcelain, needlework and much more from 26 distinguished dealers from the mid-Atlantic and beyond will be on sale. Proceeds from this annual fundraising event benefit the Museum Volunteers’ Purchase Fund, and Art Education and Programming

Sponsors
CRW Graphics, The Inn and Spa at Montchanin Village, The Kitchen Sink and Back Burner Restaurant and Tavern.

Media Sponsors
Main Line Today, Delaware Today

Peter W. Chillingworth, Show Manager


Exhibitors

Mark & Marjorie Allen (Laconia, NH)
American period and high country furniture and appropriate period accessories; specializing in delftware and brass
www.antiquedelft.com

Elizabeth Ayscough Antiques (Chadds Ford, PA)
Country Arts—Farm to Folk

Boyd’s Antiques (Flourtown, PA)
English and American furniture
www.boydsantiques.com

Brennan & Mouilleseaux (Briarcliff Manor, NY)
Garden furnishings, Federal and Classical furniture, painted furniture, folk art
www.periodtomod.com

Brill’s Antiques (Newport News, VA)
American and English furniture and accessories of the 18th & 19th century

Harold E. Cole/Bettina Krainin Antiques (Woodbury, CT)
17th, 18th & 19th century American furniture in original surface or full paint history, paintings, early glass, and accessories of the period. Folk art and weathervanes a specialty.
www.bettinakraininantiques.com
www.haroldecoleantiquesandart.com

Dubey’s Art & Antiques (Baltimore, MD)
Chinese Export porcelain, American and English furniture before 1820
www.dubeysantiques.com

Tucker Frey Antiques (Woodbury, CT)
17th, 18th and 19th century American furniture and decorative arts
www.walinfreyantiques.com

The Hanebergs Antiques (East Lyme, CT)
Period American furniture and appropriate accessories, including folk art, China trade items and fine art
www.hanebergsantiques.com

Hanes & Ruskin (Old Lyme, CT)
Period American furniture to 1840, metalware, ceramics, silhouettes and fine Americana

James M. Kilvington, Inc. (Greenville, DE)
American Decorative Arts

Joseph J. Lodge Antiques (Lederach, PA)
Offering carefully selected American antiques and folk art, including fine furniture and oil paintings from this region. A wide range of colorful, decorative accessories— stoneware, redware, rugs, baskets, weathervanes and more are always available.
www.1stnline.com

Lisa S. McAllister (Clear Spring, MD)
18th, 19th, early 20th century furniture and accessories
www.mcallisterantiques.com

Aileen Minor Antiques (Centreville, MD)
Garden Antiques: urns, benches, statuary, fountains, garden ornaments and hitching posts
www.aileenminor.com

The Norwoods’ Spirit of America (Timonium, MD)
Choice Americana of the 18th and early 19th centuries with special emphasis on fine portraiture, folk art, schoolgirl works and paint-decorated smalls

Daniel & Karen Olson (Newburgh, NY)
18th & 19th century high country American furniture and early decorative accessories

Rogers School House Farm Antiques (New Holland, PA)
Stoneware, Historical Blue, coin silver, Christmas Kugels

W. M. Schwind, Jr. (Yarmouth, ME)
Period furniture, glass, ceramics, hooked rugs, paintings and antique jewelry
www.schwind-antiques.com

Shaeffer’s Antiques (Glyndon, MD)
Early British pottery and porcelain

Shaia Oriental Rugs of Williamsburg (Williamsburg, VA)
Antique oriental rugs
www.shaia.com

Ian Simmonds (Carlisle, PA)
Historical and early pressed, cut and engraved glass from American glass centers of New York, Pittsburgh, Boston and Philadelphia

Harley N. Trice (Pittsburgh, PA)
American Antiques and Fine Art

Ruth Van Tassel (Malvern, PA)
18th century American furniture and antique needlework samplers and accessories

West Pelham Antiques (Pelham, MA)
Early English ceramics, American and English needlework samplers and American country in paint
www.westpelhamantiques.rubylane.com

White & White Antiques (Skaneateles, NY)
Americana 1600–1900
www.whiteandwhiteantiques.com

David A. Zabriskie Antiques (Lake Placid, NY)
A variety of early furniture and accessories