GLENDALE, Calif. — The eighth annual Golden California Antiques Show is a one-of-a-kind event held the second weekend of October (October 12-13) at The Glendale Civic Auditorium.
The show focuses on the California lifestyle pre-WWII and features room setting displays by a diverse, yet complimentary, gathering of some of the finest exhibitors in the Western United States. All items are of the era, guaranteed genuine and are for sale.
Exceptional examples of Spanish Colonial, Spanish Revival, Mission Arts & Crafts, American Indian, California Rancho, Old Mexico, Monterey, as well as California & Southwestern fine art, furnishings, pottery and accessories and much more are shown at this special event.
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An educational experience in an important part of California’s rich heritage awaits you through hand-crafted decorative objects, museum quality plein air paintings, rare and unusual art pottery and metalwork, American Indian artifacts and all the elements that comprise California’s unique history.
The Golden California Antiques Show is centrally located in The Greater Los Angeles Area with convenient access via The 134, 2, 210 and 5 freeways, as well as public transportation. The show location is close to The Bob Hope Airport in Burbank and there are many hotels and restaurants close by. For travel directions and much more information and images of past shows visit www.goldencaliforniashow.com, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 626-437-6275.