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38th Annual Antiques Show

Supporting Education Programs at PEM

Saturday, November 27, 2010 to Sunday, November 28, 2010 from 10am - 5pm

Location: Peabody Essex Museum

38th Annual Antiques Show

Join us for this year’s exciting Antiques Show! Top antiques dealers from around the United States will feature furniture, paintings, porcelain, jewelry, rugs and decorative accessories. The elegant Preview Party kicks off the holiday season on Friday evening, November 26. Be among the first to shop early at dealer booths, listen to live music and enjoy cocktails and hors d’oeuvres. Proceeds help support the museum’s many education programs, which benefit thousands of families and schoolchildren each year.

 
Special thanks to the 38th Annual Antiques Show Committee, chaired by Elise Wolcott.

PEM gratefully acknowledges the support of our Corporate Sponsors:

 

Premier Sponsors

Eaton Vance Investment Counsel
Northeast Auctions

 

Participating Sponsors

Danversbank
Landry & Arcari Oriental Rugs and Carpeting

 

In-Kind Donors

Commonwealth Wine and Spirits

Jules Catering
Louise Michaud Photography
Deschamps Printing

 

Media Partner

Antiques and Fine Art magazine

 

Media Sponsor

wbur

 

 

EXEPECTED 2010 EXHIBITORS


American Decorative Arts, Canaan, NH - Arts & Crafts and Shaker Antiques

Bell Time Clocks, Andover, MA - Vintage clocks

Birchknoll Antiques, Humarock, MA - 18th and 19th century American & English furniture and accessories

Boston Art Club, Boston, MA - 18th, 19th and 20th century paintings

Bradford Trust, Harwich Port, MA - American and European 19th and 20th century art, especially artworks of coastal New England

Childs Gallery, Boston, MA - American and European paintings, prints, drawings, watercolors and sculpture

CIRCA Antiques & Decorations, Rockport, MA - 19th century American, classical and Victorian furniture and accessories

Carl L. Crossman, Wellington, FL - Unusual furniture and decorative arts of the 18th and 19th centuries with emphasis on the Colonial trades

Federalist Antiques, Kenilworth, IL - 18th and 19th century American & English furniture and accessories

Roberto Freitas American Antiques & Decorative Arts, Stonington, CT - 18th and 19th century American furniture; select folk art, marine art and decorative arts

Hanes & Ruskin, Old Lyme, CT - 18th and 19th century American and English furniture and accessories

Landry & Arcari Oriental Rugs and Carpeting, Salem and Boston, MA - Rare antique Oriental rugs and custom carpeting

Marine Arts Gallery, Salem, MA - 19th century Marine paintings

Eric Bleiler, Newton, MA - Antique and estate jewelry

Jane McClafferty Antiques, Stamford, CT - American furniture, English ceramics and English brass

Philadelphia Print Shop, Philadelphia, PA - Antique prints, maps and related books

Charles Edwin Puckett, Akron, OH - Illuminated manuscripts, maps and antiquities

Steven J. Rowe Antiques, Cornish, NH - High country and classical furniture, paintings and period accessories

Running Battle, Newagen, ME - 17th and 18th century English oak and country furniture; 17th-19th century English and continental metalware; 19th century marine and China Trade paintings

Russack & Loto Books LLC, Northwood, NH - Antique and hard-to-find publications

Thomas Schwenke Antiques, Woodbury, CT - American Federal furniture

W.M. Schwind Jr., Yarmouth, ME - 18th and 19th century American & English furniture, accessories and jewelry

Stephen Score Antiques, Boston, MA - 18th and 19th century American Folk art

Silver Plus, New York, NY - Period English silver and glass

Andrew Spindler Antiques, Essex, MA - American and European antique furniture, lighting and decorative arts

Christine Crossman Vining, Wellington, FL - Unusual furniture and decorative arts of the 18th and 19th centuries with emphasis on the Colonial trades; interior design

Charles L. Washburne Antiques, Solebury, PA - English majolica pottery, made between 1850 and 1900

Michael J. Whitman Antiques, Ft. Washington, PA - Fine metal objects from the Gothic period to the 20th century

Part of 38th Annual Antiques Show

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