New Jersey Christmas Antiques Show

The 6th annual Christmas Antiques Show will be held December 6 and 7 in Oldwick, New Jersey, at the Turnpike Road School on Route 517, (four miles north of I-78. (From I-78: Exit 24 onto Route 523 North. Continue straight onto Route 517 through Oldwick 3 more miles to show.) Show hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, December 6, and 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday, December 7.

This year’s show will have 55 exhibitors presenting exceptional antiques from every category. Because of the time of year, there will be an abundance of fine vintage Christmas ornamentation. A few dealers specialize in vintage Christmas items. In addition, there will also be available for purchase fine country furniture, refinished and in original surfaces; folk art; antique quilts; fine estate jewelry; early fireplace accessories; period furniture; early glass; vintage doorstops; basketry; stoneware; antique prints; and every category of antiques imaginable.

A few of the 55 exhibitors representing eight states are: Hand Picked, Stowe, Vermont; Pinkerton Antiques, Newark, Delaware; Kentucky Sandpiper, Russellville, Kentucky; Boat House Antiques, Hightstown, New Jersey; Engelmann Antiques, Long Valley, New Jersey; Country Christmas, Bethany, Connecticut; Ken and Jan Silveri, Hamburg, Pennsylvania; Dark Moon Antiques, Johnsonburg, New Jersey; LCS Antiques, Washington Crossing, Pennsylvania; Lynne Oppenheimer, Langhorne, Pennsylvania; Mimi Gunn, Chatham, New Jersey; Sport & Spool Antiques, Goldsboro, North Carolina; Lake Ridge Antiques, Teleford, Pennsylvania; The Crazy Quilt Collector, Trenton, New Jersey; Pat White, Langhorne, Pennsylvania; Ken Vliet, Danielsville, Pennsylvania; Tom Kready, Blairstown, New Jersey; Washington Valley Antiques, Gladstone, New Jersey; C.J. Brown, Staten Island, New York; Robert and Mary Schenck, Phillipsburg, New Jersey; The Old Wood Shed, Brick, New Jersey; Paul and Lynne Weaver, Wenham, Massachusetts; Alan and Teri Snyder, Watchung, New Jersey; River Country Antiques, Piermont, New York; Malissa Davis, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania; Lake Ridge Antiques, Teleford, Pennsylvania; Groundhog Hollow Antiques, Felton, Pennsylvania; and River Run Antiques, Point Pleasant, Pennsylvania.

This is just a few of the many great dealers that will be at the show representing the entire northeast with fine antiques and high end collectibles in every collecting category.

Admission to this event is $7.

During the run of the show, food will be available with tables for sitting in the cafeteria.

For further information, contact the managers, Ellen Katona and Bob Lutz at (856) 459-2229 or (609) 865-9846.

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