Prallsville Mills Spring Antiques Show

. June 8, 2008

The Spring Prallsville Mills Antique Show will take place on June 14 and June 15. Hours are from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, and 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday, at the Historic Prallsville Mills on Route 29, just half a mile north of the Village Center of Stockton, New Jersey. Stockton is located just three miles north of Lambertville.

The historic ambiance of this wonderful mill will serve as a backdrop for thirty fine exhibitors displaying fine quality antiques of the 18th and 19th centuries. Dealers will be coming from Vermont, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Maryland, North Carolina, and Pennsylvania, to display their merchandise consisting of fine American furniture, both formal and country, excellent quilts, hooked rugs, stoneware, fine 19th-century prints, early glass, silver, and fine estate jewelry. Also to be found will be architectural elements and garden furniture and decorative arts.

This is a fine show with quality antiques, from which both the beginning collector as well as advanced collector will be able to add to their collections. Great furnishings will also be available for those wishing to fill their homes with fine antiques that can be used on a daily basis.

A few of the fine dealers participating are: David and Marylee Snuffer, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Alan and Teri Snyder, Watchung, New Jersey; Marvin Wies, Baltimore, Maryland; Chris Brey, York, Pennsylvania; Deborah and Kurt Engelmann, Long Valley, New Jersey; Frank and Mary Ann Brandt, Chagrin Falls, Ohio; Chris and Deb Doyle, Elverson, Pennsylvania; Diane and Doug McElwain, Goldsboro, North Carolina; Howard Graff, Townshend, Vermont; and Stephen Burkhardt and Claudia Collins, Felton, Pennsylvania.

Food will be available both days, catered by Dish Catering of Frenchtown, New Jersey.

Admission to this fine event is $6 per person, or $5 with this clipping. For further information contact the promoters, Ellen Katona and Bob Lutz, at (856) 459-2229 or (609) 865-9846.

Category: Antiques News

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