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48th Annual Antiques Show

48th 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.

Music and cash bar Saturday, Sunday, and Monday from 2:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m.

Antiques Show Events

The weekend starts off with our Preview Party on Friday evening, May 24. This celebration allows for a first look at the extraordinary objects and furniture beautifully displayed by the dealers, and provides a stunning array of tasteful delights. Learn more
 
On Saturday, May 25, join Douglas Allen as he speaks about assembling this impressive and interesting collection of N. C. Wyeth ephemera. A delicious continental breakfast is included. Learn more
 
Our booth talks will be offered on Sunday, May 26 and Monday, May 27 from 10:30 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. These 30-minute lectures will be given by our expert dealers, within their booths. The cost to attend these lectures is FREE with Antiques Show admission. Learn more


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


Exhibitors

Mark & Marjorie Allen (Laconia, NH)
American furniture, delftware and early metalwork

Priscilla Boyd Angelos (Flourtown, PA)
American and English furniture
www.boydsantiques.com

Elizabeth Ayscough Antiques (Chadds Ford, PA)
Country arts – Farm to Folk

Brennan & Mouilleseaux (Briarcliff Manor, NY)
Period Garden Antiques, Folk Art, Federal furniture

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 complete paint history, paintings, weathervanes, hooked rugs, miniatures, early glass and accessories appropriate to the period.
www.bettinakraininantiques.com

Colette Donovan (Merrimacport, MA)
Early American country antiques with textiles. Fine selection of quality bedcovers, lighting, baskets and early American rugs.

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

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

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

James M. Kilvington, Inc. (Greenville, DE)
English and American decorative arts

Lisa S. McAllister (Clear Spring, MD)
18th, 19th, 20th c. ceramics, art, toys, hooked rugs
www.mcallisterantiques.com

The Norwoods’ Spirit of America (Timonium, MD)
Choice American folk art of the 18th and early 19th centuries

Daniel & Karen Olson (Newburgh, NY)
18th & 19th c. American antiques

Ponzi's Antiques (Trumansburg, NY)
American Furniture of the 18th and 19th centuries and accessories
www.ponzisantiques.com

Charles Edwin Puckett (Akron, OH)
Medieval Illuminated Manuscripts, Antique Maps & Prints, Classical Antiquities
www.cepuckett.com

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

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

Joan Staufer Antiques (Fresno, OH)
American Country of the 18th & 19th centuries, pre-1850, with an emphasis on form and surface

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

Ruth Van Tassel American Antiques (Malvern, PA)
Schoolgirl embroideries and needlework, period American furniture and accessories
www.vantasselbaumann.com

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

White & White Antiques (Skaneateles, NY)
Americana including period furniture, fine art, folk art, accessories
www.whiteandwhiteantiques.com

Roger Winter (Solebury, PA)
Fine period English furniture and decoration

David A. Zabriskie Antiques (Lake Placid, NY)
Garen and architectual, formal and country furniture, decorative smalls, textiles including oriental rugs


Peter W. Chillingworth, Show Manager