Barn Star says farewell to Philly

RHINEBECK, N.Y. – After 19 successful years, Barn Star Productions has decided not to continue its presence in Philadelphia with the 23 Street Armory Antiques Show scheduled for April 25-27; instead, it will be focusing its efforts on new projects for 2014.

The 23rd Street Armory Antiques Show championed the concept of Antiques Week in

Barn Star logo

Barn Star logo

Philadelphia, increasing the draw for collectors from out of state, making Philadelphia an “antiques destination.”

Armory Show manager Frank Gaglio thanks antiques dealers who have supported the show with their loyalty and creative talent and looks forward to working with them at future Barn Star Productions events.

He also heartily thanks the collectors, as well as Bill “Bucky” Buchanan and the members of the First Troop Philadelphia City Cavalry and Light Horse Brigade.

“We leave Philadelphia with fond memories and on a high note,” he says.

Follow Barn Star Productions’ new events for 2014 at www.barnstar.com. The company will be producing seven shows this year, including the Feb. 28 to March 2 Armonk Antiques Show in Armonk, N.Y.

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