MANCHESTER, N.H. – Mark your calendars and make your travel plans — The NH Antiques Dealers Association (NHADA) is presenting The 57th Annual New Hampshire Antiques Show August 7-9 at the Radisson Hotel Manchester in Manchester, New Hampshire.
The New Hampshire Antiques Show features 67 exhibitors from all over the Northeast with a wide range of items from folk art to fine porcelain, country and formal furniture, paintings and prints and more. The show attracts thousands of buyers and enthusiasts from around the country seeking high-quality antiques at reasonable prices.
The New Hampshire Antiques Show closes a week of antiques, auctions and shows
known as Antiques Week in New Hampshire, a tourism draw for the state, attracting dealers and collectors from around the country, hoping to find that perfect piece of Americana. This annual tradition, now in its 57th year, brings together highly reputable dealers who, with a keen interest in educating visitors about antiques, save their most prized wares for this event. With on-site shipping and no sales tax, this is the event to find that one-of-a-kind treasure you have been searching for.
Exhibitors offer a wide range of country and formal antique furniture and accessories including clocks, folk art, paintings and prints, textiles, woodenware, nautical and scientific items, metalware, glassware, pottery and ceramics, early lighting, samplers, Shaker furniture and accessories, decoys, architectural and garden ornaments, and books about antiques.
“Participating in the NH Antiques Show is an immense honor. The show’s reputation in the antiques arena is legendary due in large measure to the dealers’ fresh-to-the market and astutely selected acquisitions,” stated Doug and Bev Norwood of The Norwoods’ Spirit of America (thenorwoodsspiritofamerica.blogspot.com), second year exhibitors at the show.
New exhibitors include John H. Rogers Antiques of New London, New Hampshire, and third generation antiques dealer Michael Black of Milford, New Hampshire. John Rogers’ specialty is early kitchen wooden ware and kitchen items such as butter paddles, burl bowls and butter prints.
The 57th Annual New Hampshire Antiques Show returns to downtown Manchester, August 7-9, 2014. Show hours are Aug. 7-8, 10 a.m.-7 p.m.; and Aug. 9, 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. Free return visits to the show are available after initial admission. For more information, visit www.nhada.org.