Sellers are responding to strong demand for Mid-Century Modern at Manhattan’s fall Pier Show with 19th century furniture nearly non-existent at November’s event. Read More +
Scott Antiques Market is a trove of unusual discoveries and the Nov. 10-13, 2011 event was no different. Scott Antiques Market filled its two huge halls early with several thousand dealers in 3,300 spaces. Read More +
The tiny Texas town, Round Top, was again flooded with visitors for the 10 days of Texas Antiques Week with the overflow in the adjoining villages of Warrenton, Carmine and more. The heat was blamed by many exhibitors in the tented shows for slower than usual buying. The sites with air conditioning, including The Big Red Barn and Continental Tent and Carmine of The Original Round Top Antiques Fair were enjoying good sales of traditional antiques from America and Europe. Read More +
Susan Johnson of Athens Ohio was selling the early baskets at a rapid rate along with a collection of pantry boxes on the opening day. SPRINGFIELD, Ohio – The Springfield Antique Show and Flea Market Extravaganza at the Clark County … Read More +
The 62nd Antique Textiles Vintage Fashions Show & Sale, Sept. 5, 2011 at The Sturbridge Host Hotel and Convention Center was a full house of exhibits and also was overflowing with customers happy to find their latest additions to collections of textile oriented antiques. This very unique and specialized show produced by Linda Zukas for over 20 years in the same location three times each year on the Monday of Brimfield Week has been a phenomenal success for customers, dealers and her, all of whom were happy to be there and leave even happier. Read More +
Weather again menaced Brimfield for this season’s final gathering September 6-11, 2011 with rain Tuesday and a storm Wednesday overnight called the hundred year rainfall by the weather reporters on TV and radio. The rain was so severe it saturated the field at Mays Antiques Market preventing dealers from driving onto the grounds for Thursday’s opening. The show did eventually open Friday with about half the dealers who were still in town ready to show and sell. Read More +
Stella Show Promotions filled Ohio Village, the State’s historical reproduction village, with The Country Living Fair for the fourth year at this site. Open for the weekend of September 16-18 the Friday attendance topped 10,000 which was typical of the tremendous draw this show has had for its six year history. Read More +
>Show reports, auction results and research >>Get Antique Trader delivered for just a $1 an issue! Enamel ware offered by Harry and Ginny’s Antiques, Brookhaven, N.Y. is primarily French. Photos courtesy Tom O’Hara. Don and Marta Orwig, Corunna, Ind. … Read More +
Harwinton Antiques and Design Weekend, June 11-12, 2011 overcame extreme weather with more than 3,000 visitors at the new venue for Jenkins Management’s twice a year Connecticut show. Formerly at the polo grounds in Farmington, last September Jon Jenkins announced a move about 10 miles west to Harwinton Fairgrounds with facilities for about 40 exhibitors inside and room for large multi-dealer tents as well as single dealer outdoor spaces for 220 exhibitors.
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Promoters in Round Top, Texas, are filling all available exhibit areas with dealers from all over the world. This spring there were nearly thousands of dealers at nearly a dozen venues offering Americana, Continental Antiques, vintage textiles, early silver and jewelry to several thousand shoppers attending the week-long affair.
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