Whether you’re an avid collector, decorating your home, or just love beautiful and rare things, you’ll find something to delight you.
Washington, DC (Vocus) December 21, 2009
Seekers of fine antiques will discover a shopper’s paradise at the Delray Beach Antiques Show, February 6-7 at the Delray Beach Community Center.
The show brings together 30 top-ranking antiques, fine art and jewelry dealers from around the US and abroad.
Visitors will find thousands of exquisite antiques, including period furniture, paintings, prints, glass, ceramics, textiles, rugs, silver, clocks, jewelry, maritime antiques and folk art from five centuries. Every item is backed by a guarantee of authenticity.
Participating dealers will include Patricia Barger, Brass ‘n Bounty, Coco House & Company, John Dennison Fine Art, Escutcheon Antiques, The Federalist Antiques, J & M Antiques, Lyons & Harper, Howard Price Fine Art, Elinor Penna Staffordshire, Patricia Anne Reed, Katherine Stevens, Nula Thanhauser, Vintage Poster, Charles M. Washburne and Ed Weissman, Antiquarian.
"We’re showcasing a broad mix of fine art and high-end antiques,” say Bob James, president of Armacost Antiques Shows. “Whether you’re an avid collector, decorating your home, or just love beautiful and rare things, you’ll find something to delight you.”
Hours of the show are Saturday, February 6, 10 am-6 pm and Sunday, February 7, 10 am-5 pm.
Admission tickets can be purchased at the door for $10 each or for $8 each at http://www.ArmacostAntiquesShows.com.
The Delray Beach Community Center is located at 50 NW 1st Avenue, Delray Beach, FL. Free parking is available.
Information is available at http://www.ArmacostAntiquesShows.com or 202.441.7407.
About Armacost Antiques Shows
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.