The Old Forge Antiques and Vintage Show and Sale is set to return to the George T. Hiltebrant Recreation Center on North Street on Saturday, July 27th from 10 am to 5 pm, and Sunday, July 28th from 10 am to 4 pm.
This year’s show will feature over 30 dealers with an array of goods, including antique and vintage furniture, camp décor, oriental rugs, jewelry, hotel china, books, fine art, sporting goods, coins, and taxidermy. » Continue Reading.
Adirondack Experience, The Museum on Blue Mountain Lake (ADKX) will host their 30th annual Rustic Furniture Fair on September 9-10, and Antiques Show and Sale September 16, 2017.
The fairs are opportunities to view, learn about, and purchase distinctive furniture and furnishings from emerging and established artisans and makers and antiques and artworks from dealers from across the country. A ticketed Benefit Preview for the Antiques Show and Sale takes place September 15, 2017. » Continue Reading.
In Old Forge, the Annual Antiques and Vintages Show and Sale will be returning for the 43rd consecutive year. The show will take place at the George T. Hiltebrant Recreation Center from 10 am to 5 pm on Saturday, July 22, and from 10 am to 4 pm on Sunday, July 23.
The event is expected to draw over fifty dealers and vendors with a range of antiques and collectibles.
Food and beverages will be available throughout the day, and admission is $6, which is valid for both days of the show. » Continue Reading.
Dealers in high quality antiques from across the country are converging in the Adirondack wilderness for two events, the Adirondack Mountains Antiques Show in Indian Lake, held Wednesday, Sept. 14, through Sunday, Sept. 18, and the Adirondack Museum Antiques Show and Sale, held Saturday, Sept. 17, and Sunday, Sept. 18. More than 100 dealers are expected to exhibit at two shows, held in the two mountain hamlets about 11 miles apart.
They’re expected to bring with them high-quality art, antiques, collectibles and other vintage items — much of it curated with a rustic Adirondack sensibility — including camp, cottage, Mission, and Old Hickory furniture; rare books; vintage boats; antique sporting goods; taxidermy; quilts; historical fine art and folk art; militaria; oriental rugs; Native American jewelry and artifacts; and much more. » Continue Reading.
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