Returning Aug. 9-12: Antiques Week in New Hampshire

Barn Star Production shows relocate to new building


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Dealers exhibiting at the two Antiques Week in New Hampshire events, The Manchester Pickers Market Antiques Show, Aug. 9, and Mid*Week in Manchester Antiques Show, Aug. 11-12, are known for room-setting displays, such as the one shown here. Photo courtesy Barn Star Productions

RHINEBECK, N.Y. — Barn Star Productions Antiques Shows is proud to announce the dates of their two Antiques Week in New Hampshire events, The Manchester Pickers Market Antiques Show, Aug. 9 featuring more than 90 “real pickers” and name-brand dealers and Mid*Week in Manchester Antiques Show, Aug. 11-12 with more than 100 top dealers in Americana, English and Canadian antiques.

More than 16 years ago, show manager Frank Gaglio is credited with starting Antiques Week In New Hampshire as a way to give antiques dealers a place to show and sell their wares in New England during August, traditionally the slowest month of the year.

“When our shows were announced, hundreds of dealers called to participate and Antiques Week in New Hampshire was born,” Gaglio said.

This August, Barn Star Shows will celebrate its 17th-year anniversary in the air-conditioned Furniture World Building, 1300 South Porter St., Manchester, N.H., located off Interstate Highway 293/101 at Exit 1, South Willow St.

Among the amenities at this year’s events are: a gourmet show café catered by Jewell and the Beanstalk, serving home cooked specialties; Ply-Con Bonded Movers and Shippers, which will be on hand during both shows; free parking with handicapped spaces a priority, three hotels within walking distance of the shows that offer discounted accommodations for show visitors; unlimited free return admission to the shows with a convenient “Return Pass”; and a discounted Two Show Ticket saving $5 off admission to the Mid*Week in Manchester Show. 

More than 200 dealers present fresh-to-the-market formal and country furniture; outstanding early folk art; pottery, redware, mochaware and fine ceramics; early toys; game boards; fine and native paintings; garden decorations,; weathervanes; textiles, including quilts and samplers; baskets; tall case clocks; Windsor chairs; early glass; period Kentucky long rifles; early iron and brass; American and English silver, Dower chests; sets of chairs; chalkware; hooked and Oriental rugs; trade signs, and more.

For more information visit www.barnstar.com or call 845-876-0616.



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