The recent death of Walt Johnson, founder of Collectors' Extravaganza, 87, marked the loss of a pioneer of the antiques show community; but his legacy lives on.
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The 28th annual vintage costume jewelry show, hosted by the Vintage Fashion Costume Jewelry (VFCJ) Club of New Jersey, is set to sparkle and shine Sept. 7.
The community of Ellsworth, Maine will welcome 27 selected antiques dealers, including some regulars of 'Antiques Roadshow,' to display at its antiques show Aug. 14-17.
It's one of the oldest and most popular antiques shows in the country, and it's making its return soon! The 161st Semi-Annual York Antiques Show & Sale is Aug 30 - Sept. 1 in York, Pa.
As it continues to celebrate its 41st year in operation, Minnesota's Gold Rush antique show and flea market is gearing up for its Aug. 16-18 show; which will include special participation by the Toaster Collectors Association - which is holding its annual convention in Rochester,Minn. the same weekend.
There's something new to behold on Sunday's in Sandwich, Ill. - the new Sunday at Sandwich Antiques Show. Organized by a group of seasoned antiques dealers with a passion for offering quality antiques, collectibles and crafts, this show offers a little bit of something for just about everyone.
With summer show preparations underway at The Big Red Barn in Round Top, Texas, promoters and vendors alike are hoping to see a repeat of the type of success they enjoyed during the winter show.
GLM acquired the shows from Stella Show Management Company, according to an announcement released May 20.
The West Coast's longest running country and folk art antiques show is entering a new phase. It may have a new name and new leadership, but the show goes on.