Annual New Hampshire show celebrates 60th year Aug. 10-12

MANCHESTER, N.H. – Entering its sixth decade, the Annual New Hampshire Antiques Show is upholding traditions. The dates for the New Hampshire Antiques Dealers Association’s (NHADA) 60th Annual New Hampshire Antiques Show is set for Aug. 10-12, 2017 at the Radisson Hotel Manchester.

Nearly 70 Exhibitors Set to Flock to New Hampshire 

Unique booth at NHADA show

Unique and inviting booth displays, like the one shown here, will fill the convention area of the Radisson Hotel Manchester Aug. 10-12. The 60th Annual New Hampshire Antiques Show will be presented by the New Hampshire Antiques Dealers Association.

This year’s show will feature 67 fine exhibitors from all over the country. They will bring a wide range of fresh-to-market items. This includes folk art to fine porcelain. Country and formal furniture, and paintings and prints will be on offer. Glassware, metalware, and pottery are expected. The show attracts thousands of buyers and enthusiasts from all over the country.

New exhibitors joining the show this year include Pat & Rich Garthoeffner of Lititz, Pennsylvania; Christopher and Bernadette Evans Antiques of Waynesboro, Virginia; Old as Adam of Portsmouth, New Hampshire; and Tucker Frey of Woodbury, Connecticut.

Benefiting From Familial Admiration of Antiques

Pat & Rich Garthoeffner search for one-of-a-kind antiques with original paint, including weathervanes, folk art, textiles, decorative arts as well as early children’s play things. Through the years, the Garthoeffner’s have exhibited at some of the finest antique shows in the country and are thrilled to add the NH Antiques Show to their list. Chris and Bernadette Evans have both grown up in families in the antique business. Christopher’s grandparents owned an antique shop near Bethany Beach. Bernadette’s mother was an antique dealer for nearly fifty years in the Long Island area. The Evans’ tend to pick merchandise without a regional prejudice and buy things that they find beautiful.

“We like to surround ourselves with things that make us smile, and we think other collectors feel the same way,” stated Bernadette.

The Annual New Hampshire Antiques Show hours are Thursday, Aug. 10 and Friday, Aug. 11 from 10 a.m.-7 p.m.; and Saturday, August 12, from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Admission is $15 on Thursday, $10 on Friday and Saturday. Visitors under 30 (with proper ID) are admitted free and as always, there are free return visits to the show after initial admission. For more information, visit www.nhada.org.

 

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