Oct. 22, 23, '05 Fall edition Great Danbury (CT) Antiques Fair Approximately 50 quality antiques dealers from several states will sell affordable and interesting merchandise indoors at the PAL Building in Danbury, CT, just off I-84.
DANBURY, CT…The Fall Edition of the Great Danbury Antiques Fair will take place on October 22nd and 23rd, in Danbury, CT, at the PAL Building in a residential neighborhood across from Candlewood Lake. The hours are from 10 AM – 5 PM on Saturday and from 10 AM – 4 PM on Sunday. The event is a benefit for the Danbury Museum and Historical Society. Admission is $6. The PAL Building is at 25 Hayestown Road, and is easily reached from I-84 westbound exit 6 or eastbound exit 5. Follow the yellow signs. Food will be available from A Catered Affair and there is plenty of free parking.
Some of the dealers you will find in this well rounded indoor show include D & D Antiques, Ridgefield, CT, offering antique porcelains and glass; Heron House Antiques, Sharon, CT, 19th –early 20th C. British, European and American small antiques with an emphasis on quality culinary items; Value Oriental Rugs, New Milford, CT; Witchtree Antiques, Woodbury, CT, English glass, silver and china, Oriental porcelains and English furniture; Poverty Hollow Enterprises of Redding Ridge, CT, with English country furniture, paintings and accessories. Antique maps can be purchased from Heritage Antique Maps of Doylestown, PA; Vintage Poster Art, Monroe, NJ, will offer vintage European posters. Jewelry dealers include Fine Arts Ltd., Greenwich, CT, who will also offer fine paintings; JFS Associates, Harrisburg, PA; Laurette’s Antiques, Highland Mills, NY; and Darvick Antiques, Ridgefield, CT. Pegasus Antiques, Wappingers Falls, NY, will bring English Royal memorabilia, ephemera and Chinese memorabilia; Antiques on the Mall, Elmont, NY, will bring porcelains, glass, jewelry, and coins; Reclaimed Memories, Denville, NJ, will have beautifully restored oak furniture, Depression glass and hand painted Nippon; and Hand Picked from Stowe, VT, will offer primitive furniture in country colors, quilts and country accessories. All merchandise is guaranteed as to age, authenticity and condition to the best of the dealer’s ability. Cord Shows Ltd. will provide credit card service.
The Danbury Museum and Historical Society, formed in 1947, continues to expand its collections, to educate, inform and do research.
For more information see CordShows.com or call 914-273-4667. During show hours call 914-589-1355.