21st Antiques in the Church Yard Find approximately 100 quality antiques, collectibles dealers in Northern Westchester County’s South Salem, NY on the front lawn of tiny Stevens Church.
Jay St. Mark invites novice and advanced colle
News-Antique.com - Jun 03,2013 - 21st ANTIQUES IN THE CHURCH YARD, THURSDAY, JULY 4TH
S. SALEM, NY…On Thursday, July 4th, thousands of customers will find approximately 100 quality antiques and collectibles dealers for the 21st year in Northern Westchester County’s South Salem, NY. Antiques in the Church Yard is a tradition held on the front lawn of tiny Stevens Memorial United Methodist Church, 8 Shady Lane at the corner of Route 123.
Jay St. Mark invites everyone, novice and advanced collector, to join him for a free one-hour booths tour. The tour starts at 10:00 at the Church entrance. Jay’s enthusiasm and knowledge is sure to rub off. He is a veteran collector, appraiser, teacher and show manager with years of practical collecting experience combined with academic credentials. Jay and the dealers will chat about special things of note, teaching and answering questions.
When the church bell rings at exactly 9 AM and the line files in, customers quickly fill the aisles. The traditional Pancake Breakfast served inside the church from 9 – 11am, is $6 for adults and $4 for children. Great food offered by Horse and Hound and Kettle Corn are available all day. Dogs are not permitted, even the tiny carrying kind and those arriving with dogs will be asked to turn around.
Dealers coming from eight States will bring American art pottery; primitives; early toys; 16th – 19th C. prints; antique maps; vintage hardware; Art Deco objects; 1930’s – 50’s kitchen and barware; Fiesta ware; English Staffordshire china; art pottery including Roseville and Stangl; ethnic jewelry; vintage clothing for men, women and children; a cuff link collection; antique iron tools; linens, vintage textiles, paisleys, quilts, and embroidery; samplers; antique, estate and vintage costume jewelry; ironstone; yellowware; advertising; folk art; French enamelware; Depression glass; Orientalia; English ceramics; Georgian silver; silver plate; cameras; English tea caddies; candlesticks; a collection of Victorian hair (mourning) jewelry; snuff boxes; papier mache; tole ware; French Faience; girandoles; Black Forest items; money boxes; photo frames; Formal, Period, American, European, oak, Victorian, Mid-Century Modern, country pine, original paint and shabby chic furniture; mirrors; lamps; vintage designer hand bags, shoes and hats; 19th and 20th C. fine art; garden and patio furniture, garden accessories and planters; books; ephemera; galvanized wire, and wooden containers; fine porcelains; sporting memorabilia; country store items; treen ware; urban decorative arts and tableware; Oriental carpets; ink wells; mauchline ware; Scottish jewelry; toy soldiers; door stops; perfume bottles; American Elegant glassware; picnic ware; English Flow Blue; Tansferware; wool work; Industrial pieces; candle reflectors; European advertising posters; salesman’s samples; New England farm tools; Americana; British Coronation items; bronzes; British bottles and stoneware; wrought iron; crystal; medicine bottles; trade signs; bookends; vintage Native American and Mexican jewelry and silver; vintage pie boxes; enamel top tables and chairs and even red sailboat shutters!
From Route 684 exit 6, turn east on Route 35 for approximately 9.5 miles. Turn right on Route 123 towards Vista for approximately 2 miles to Shady Lane. From the Merritt Parkway take exit 38 and follow