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Richmond Antiques Spectacular
The Meadow Event Park
13111 Dawn Blvd
Doswell, VA 23047
The Richmond-area audience has for many years shown its appreciation of fine and esoteric antiques. Sales for the show have typically included a wide assortment of very fine objects for the collector or decorator alike. Atlanta dealer William Cawood is a purveyor of fine antique maps. June Tracy’s business featuring fine small English antiques. Small kitchen tools from the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries were among the better sales for Country Corner Antiques, Bowie, Md. Owners Ken and Sue Zippel. There was a collection of carved figures and vehicles typical of those made for a feather tree village. Also called a Putz village, these toys were made from late in the 1800s through World War II, generally from Germany and the area now called the Czech Republic. Offered by Ostrich Hill Farm Antiques, Adamstown, Penn., they were priced from about $15 for some animals to more than $100 for some of the vehicles. Face jugs from the South were also available. Roland and Betsy Dallaire, Brockway, Penn., are collectors of that specialty and were offering an assortment, along with some other Nineteenth Century folk art. Also offered were American country style collection that included many quilts and coverlets, painted furniture, pewter and American stoneware. Vernon Creekmore, a Richmond dealer, trades in furniture, but especially in Southern pieces.
03-19-2016 to 03-20-2016
Show Hours: Sat; 10am - 6pm, Sun; 11am - 4pm, admission $6.00
Viewings: 377


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