THE OCTOBER MORRISTOWN ARMORY ANTIQUES SHOW TO SHOWCASE THE FINEST IN ANTIQUES FROM AROUND THE WORLD Morristown, NJ — Rich history and style, American, European and Asian, will come together to create the highly respected Morristown Armory Antiques Show which will be held Saturday and Sunday, October
News-Antique.com - Sep 17,2013 - THE OCTOBER MORRISTOWN ARMORY ANTIQUES SHOW TO SHOWCASE THE FINEST IN ANTIQUES FROM AROUND THE WORLD FROM 100 SELECT DEALERS
Morristown, NJ — Rich history and style, American, European and Asian, will come together to create the highly respected Morristown Armory Antiques Show which will be held Saturday and Sunday, October 26 and 27, 2013. Exceptional art, antique furnishings, porcelain, pottery and jewelry are just a glimpse at what shoppers can expect to immerse themselves in for these two important days. Show promoter Allison Kohler, JMK Shows, is extremely excited about this year’s fall event and the over 100 hand-selected antiques dealers that will be selling at the show. The best of the best will fill the Armory attracting both savvy buyers and those looking to incorporate the rich style of antiques into their interior décor. The good balance of dealers and style of merchandise will leave no one disappointed.
New to the show this fall are a number of exceptional antiques dealers that will only enhance the already impressive roster of exhibitors.
Perfect timing for fall hunters will be Malchione Sporting Antiques. Any self-respecting waterfowl hunter needs a good collection of decoys and, for over 35 years, Paul and Veronica Malchione have been purveyors of the finest in antique decoys plus vintage fishing and nautical plus sporting art and lodge décor.
Coming from the Kensington Warehouse District in Washington, DC, the District’s very tony destination for the finest in antiques and interiors, will be Acanthus Antiques. With roots dating back to 1930s New York and clients such as Orson Welles, today Lawrence and Karen Perlmutter, carry on the tradition of offering the finest carefully selected decorative art from England, America, Asia and beyond including paintings and porcelains, 18th and 19th century furniture, and much more.
Specializing in works and antiques from Asia will be Arise Bazaar, founded by owner Paul MacLardy, author of Kimono, Vanishing Tradition: Japanese Textiles of the 20th Century. Furthering the fine Oriental offerings will be exhibitors Marvin Baer, JSD Antiques, Natasha’s Nest, Marty Schneider, Mah Jongg and Bernie Krauss.
For true history aficionados, Schulson Autographs will captivate collectors with their rich and very international selection of original signatures from the likes of Picasso, Churchilll, Einstein and many more.
Returning once again to this important weekend event will be Roger Winter, Ltd., renowned for his exceptional Period dining room furniture; Charles F. Breuel Antiques, specialists in exquisite antique clocks as well as furniture art and decoratives and Bruce Phillips, founder of Fair Trade Antiques, a most highly respected source for Anglo Indian and British Colonial furniture, architectural pieces and jewelry spanning the 19th century through the Art Deco Period.
If Nautical is your passion or décor of choice, you won’t want to miss the selection to be offered by Susan Barr Antiques. A sneak peak of what she’ll feature at the show includes steel water tank tables with rivets, antique hook wall coat and hat racks, her specialty of English copper and many more creative and