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2015 Exhibitors

Mark & Marjorie Allen Antiques (Gilford, NH)
American period and high country furniture and appropriate period accessories; Specializing in delftware, paintings, needlework and early metalwork

Priscilla Boyd Angelos (Fort Washington, PA)
American and English furniture and accessories

Brennan & Mouilleseaux (Northfield, CT)
Formal Federal and classical furniture, garden ornaments, painted furniture and folk art

Brill's Antiques (Newport News, VA)
18th & early 19th century furniture & accessories

Thomas Brown Antiques (McMurray, PA)
18th & 19th century American furniture, paintings and accessories; English furniture

Harold E. Cole
Bettina Krainin
(Woodbury, CT)
17th, 18th & early 19th century American furniture in original, or full paint history surface; 17th & 18th century needlework, paintings, folk art, and weathervanes

Dubey's Art & Antiques, Inc. (Baltimore, MD)
Chinese export porcelain; American furniture before 1820 and fine arts

Emele's Antiques (Dublin, PA)
18th & 19th century period furniture and appropriate accessories

J & R Ferris Antiques, LLC (Boonville, NY)
18th & 19th century American militaria, Americana, art, and scientific and medical instruments

Tucker Frey Antiques (Woodbury, CT)
17th, 18th & early 19th century American furniture and decorative accessories

The Hanebergs Antiques (East Lyme, CT)
18th & early 19th century formal and country furniture with appropriate accessories; Chinese porcelain, marine art and early weight driven clocks always in stock

Hanes & Ruskin (Old Lyme, CT)
Period American furniture to 1840, lighting, early metalware, silhouettes, paintings

James M. Kilvington, Inc. (Greenville, DE)
American and English period decorative arts

Leather Bucket (Philadelphia, PA)
English and American silver; English and Chinese porcelain; Painting, English and American furniture

Joseph J. Lodge Antiques (Lederach, PA)
Carefully selected American antiques and folk art. Painted and hardwood furniture, paintings, rugs, weathervanes, trade signs, and various other treasures

James Wm. Lowery Fine Antiques & Arts (Old Lyme, CT)
Americana prior to 1840's; city and rural furniture with appropriate accessories and arts

Lisa McAllister Antiques (Clear Spring, MD)

Late 18th & 19th century ceramics and accessories, furniture of the same period, early holiday, art

Aileen Minor Antiques (Centreville, MD)
Garden antiques, settees, chairs, statuary fountains, planters, garden ornaments

Newsom-Berdan (Thomasville, PA)
Early American antiques, country, formal, painted furniture; folk art and Americana. Cupboards a specialty

The Norwoods' Spirit of America (Timonium, MD)
Choice Americana and one-of-a-kind folk art of the 18th & early 19th centuries

Park Place Gallery Antiques (Delton, MI)
17th19th century decorative art and antiques of American and Continental origin

Dennis Raleigh Antiques & Folk Art (Wiscasset, ME)
Americana and folk art

Christopher Rebollo (North Wales, PA)
American furniture and decorative arts

Saje Americana (Short Hills, NJ)
Federal period furniture (1780-1820)

W.M. Schwind, Jr. (Yarmouth, ME)
Period American formal and country furniture, ceramics, glass, paintings, hooked rugs and antique jewelry

Shaeffer's Antiques (Reiserstown, MD)
Margaret Johnson Sutor Antiques (Lafayette Hill, PA)
English ceramics: historical transferware made for the American market, Staffordshire figures, lustre, gaudy dutch and other pearlwares and creamware

Shaia Oriental Rugs of Williamsburg (Williamsburg, VA)
Antique oriental rugs

Ed Weissman Antiques (Portsmouth, NH)
18th & 19th century American, English & Continental furniture with appropriate, period decorative arts and 18th, 19th, early 20th century paintings

West Pelham Antiques (Pelham, MA)
Americana; needlework samplers; early English ceramics

Roger D. Winter (Solebury, PA)
Fine English furniture and decoration, 17thearly 19th century, with emphasis on period dining furniture



Peter W. Chillingworth
Show Manager

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