29th Lasdon Labor Day Antiques Fair Up to 60 quality dealers, Appraising at $5 per item 11-3pm, Plant Sale, Entertainment by Gary Dillon, Bistro Box catering, Kettle Corn. Come explore Lasdon Park. No dogs allowed. Rain or Shine.
News-Antique.com - Aug 07,2013 - Always great fun for all ages, for the 29th year, this popular antiques fair returns to beautiful Lasdon Park on Monday, Labor Day from 10:00am to 5:00pm. Up to 60 dealers can be expected to bring lots of furniture; sports collectibles; framed vintage tobacco cards; Ephemera; European advertising posters; folk art and Americana; paintings; American art pottery including Roseville; fine antique to fun vintage costume jewelry; 50's kitchenware; American Elegant to Depression era glassware; Lalique; enamelware; early toys; Transferware; prints; antique maps; Majolica; silver; bronzes; primitives; country store; toleware; books; quilts; stoneware; treenware; Flow Blue; Shaker boxes; antique tools for the farm, store and home; textiles; carpets and pillows made from Persian rugs; vintage clothing and accessories; Lighting; Bakelite; Native American and Mexican jewelry and so much more.
From 11:00 - 3:00 the team from Jenacks Appraisers and Auctioneers of Chester, NY, will be located under a tent (rain or shine) doing $5 verbal appraisals. Andrea Jenack, a Graduate Gemologist, is adept at both jewelry and silver while William Jenack and Kevin Decker are able to appraise almost everything else. Gary Dillon will be singing his popular repertoire and the Friends of Lasdon will be conducting a plant sale. As always there will be Kettle Corn and food by Bistro Box. Dogs are not permitted. Admission benefits Friends of Parks and is $7 (12 and under free).