Water Street Vintage offers a wide variety of antiques and collectibles at reasonable prices, including antique and vintage furniture, decor, antique glass and ceramics, sporting collectibles, stoneware, and upcycled art.
Meadows Antique Shows Inc., one of the largest venues in Brimfield, is a family-owned business with more than 40 years of hosting experience. With more than 200 vendor spaces expected to be filled in 2013, they are reporting an eclectic mix of dealers this year.
One of the earliest openers, Grand Trunk Antiques’ doors open at daybreak May 14-19, July 9-14 and Sept. 3-8, 2013. With no gate, closing is at the discretion of the individual dealers.
J & J Promotions Antique & Collectible Shows is a Brimfield legend. With good reason, too, considering the owners, Jill Reid Lukesh and Judith Reid Mathieu, are the daughters of the late Gordon Reid, considered by many to be the pioneer of outdoor antique shows.
Now in its 37th year, Milford Antiques Shows, at the Hampshire Hills Sports and Fitness Club, announces its 2013 show dates.
The little hamlet of Bouckville had its front yards, hay fields and pastures covered with tents filled with antiques for many thousands of shoppers Aug. 11-19. Ranging in size from one exhibiting dealer in front of a single house in the center of the village to the biggest field known as the Madison Bouckville...
After shattering attendance records in England, “Norman Rockwell’s America” opened at the Birmingham Museum of Art Sept. 16, 2012. Featuring more than 52 original paintings and all 323 vintage Saturday Evening Post covers, the exhibition visually chronicles the evolving landscape of American culture and society from 1916-1969 and is one of the largest Rockwell...
For the 45th year, the tiny Blue Ridge Mountain town of Hillsville, Va., (population 2,600) was engulfed by a half-million visitors to the annual Labor Day Flea Market and Gun Show to peruse the wares of more than 2,000 flea market vendors.
A visitor to G. West “Westy” Saltonstall’s office could be forgiven for thinking he had mistakenly stumbled into a small gallery of maritime Americana. While marine-oriented, Westy's esoteric nautical collection ranges from old cigar boxes to paintings to clocks and reflects his love of country, Old Ironsides and his Boston family heritage.
Skinner Inc.'s June 2, 2012 science, technology and clocks auction grossed just more than $1 million, to include a Tornek-Rayville TR-900 Dive wristwatch for $36,735.