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York Antiques Show & Sale is cure for the winter blahs

The show will be the 174th semi-annual antiquing event
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Visitors to the York Antiques Show & Sale in York, Pa., can expect to see folk art like this chip-carved display case.

Visitors to the York Antiques Show & Sale in York, Pa., can expect to see folk art like this chip-carved display case.

YORK, Pa. – The York Antiques Show & Sale offers the perfect remedy for the post-holiday blues and the mid-winter blahs.

The 174th semi-annual York Show & Sale, featuring 75 vetted and screened exhibitors, promises to warm the heart of any collector when doors open at the York Fairgrounds Convention & Expo Center in downtown York Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Jan. 31 and Feb. 1-2. 

Long considered one of the premiere antiquing events in the mid-Atlantic region, the event features 18th and 19th century American and English furniture, American country pieces in original paint, early china and glassware, 18th and 19th century silver, Chinese Export porcelain, antique toys, Oriental carpets, pewter, estate jewelry, quilts, English samplers, textiles, early kitchen and fireplace accessories, Navajo rugs, Pueblo pottery, baskets, Native American artifacts, historic American militaria, and much more.

“The show highlights the most desirable items on the market,” said show manager Melvin L. Arion. “We’re very well known for folk art and original art. Silver and gold items, as well as jewelry, are always in demand.”

Show hours for both Friday and Saturday are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., while Sunday the show is open from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Admission is $10 and parking is free.

For more information, visit www.theoriginalyorkantiquesshow.com or call Arion at 302-542-3286.

Also at the York show will be plenty of American furniture made from stunning wood in natural finishes, numerous signed oil paintings and many other antique wonders from 75 exhibitors.

Also at the York show will be plenty of American furniture made from stunning wood in natural finishes, numerous signed oil paintings and many other antique wonders from 75 exhibitors.

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