Washington, DC (PRWEB) October 8, 2008
Families looking for an elegant alternative to shopping malls and movie theaters this Thanksgiving weekend will find it at the new National Capital Winter Antiques Show on November 29-30 at the Lab School of Washington in Washington, DC.
More than 20 distinguished dealers from around the nation will showcase fine furniture, glass, ceramics, pottery, jewelry, textiles, carpets, silver, clocks, prints, paintings, maps, folk art, garden ornaments and more.
The authenticity of every piece is guaranteed, so visitors can shop with confidence.
Dealers participating in the show include Acanthus Antiques, Kensington, MD; Benchmark of Palm Beach, Blue Ridge, GA; Donald Storrar Bethune, Macon, GA; Butte's Antiques, Hope Mills, NC; John Dennison Fine Art, North Myrtle Beach, SC; Epping Forest Antiques, Lively, VA; Sue Ewald, Poolesville, MD; Janet K. Fanto Antiques & Rare Books, Easton, MD; Mark Foster & Nattley Veenstra, Yardley, PA; Stephen M. Foster Fine Arts, Washington, DC; Heirloom Maps, Kensington, MD; J&M Antiques, East Amherst, NY; Johanna Antiques, Baltimore, MD; Howard Price Fine Art, Lake Worth, FL; Shaia Oriental Rugs, Williamsburg, VA; Sherwood Antiques, Forsyth, GA; and Time & Strike, McLean, VA.
Annapolis, MD-based Peenstra Antiques Appraisals will also be on hand to provide free consultation to visitors interested in the antiques and fine art appraisal process. The firm's president, Todd Peenstra, will answer questions and offer expert advice on selling, insuring or donating items.
Hours of the show are Saturday, November 29, 11 a.m.-6 p.m. and Sunday, November 30, 12 noon-5 p.m.
The Lab School of Washington is located at 4759 Reservoir Road, NW, Washington, DC.
Admission tickets can be purchased at http://www.ArmacostAntiquesShows.com for $10 each or at the door for $12 each. Tickets are good for both days of the show.
More information is available 202.537.1169.
The National Capital Winter Antiques Show is produced by Washington, DC-based Armacost Antiques Shows and sponsored by Peenstra Antiques Appraisals.
Among other events, Armacost Antiques Shows produces the Historic Annapolis Antiques Show, Hunt Valley Antiques Show, Naples Art & Antiques Show and Brandywine River Museum Antiques Show.
With more than 20 years experience, Peenstra Antiques Appraisals works with individuals and organizations around the nation to appraise single pieces and estates.
About Armacost Antiques Shows
Washington, DC-based Armacost Antiques Shows lets people of all ages discover the simple pleasure of owning fine antiques. Visitors to our shows can shop, look and learn in friendly surroundings, knowing they can buy with a guarantee of authenticity. All shows benefit nonprofits, including museums, churches, social service agencies and preservation groups. The nonprofit sponsors help generate enthusiasm for antiques while delivering much-needed financial support for their institutions and communities. More information is available at http://www.ArmacostAntiquesShows.com.
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