The Main Line Antiques Show Combines Art, Jewelry, Design and Antiques

  • RADNOR, Pennsylvania
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  • September 21, 2016

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“Buy a piece of History” is the theme of the eleventh Main Line Antiques Show, the only antiques show held on Philadelphia’s Main Line.  Folk art, exquisite prints, midcentury and antique furniture, decorative arts, ceramics, silver, paintings, Asian antiques, marine and equestrian antiques and more will be on offer.   Claim a piece of history from the Show to make that special design element at your home or office a conversation piece.

Cabrini University in Radnor, PA hosts the Show October 1 and 2, with an Opening Night Party Friday, September 30.  The Wayne Hotel is the Presenting Sponsor.  The Corporate Partner Sponsor is UNIVEST – Banking, Insurance, Investments.  Anne Hamilton and Maureen Brennan-Miller are the Show’s Honorary Chairs.  The Show Chair is Nick Vandekar.

Leatherwood Antiques

Exhibitors include longstanding Main Line Antiques Show dealers such as Lorraine Wambold Fine Estate Jewelry, The Ivory Tower, and R. Hollingshead Antiques. There are also several dealers new to the Show such as Fletcher/Copenhaver Fine Art, The Spare Room, and G. Sergeant Antiques.   More returning dealers include Hollie Powers Holt Fine Art, Wesley T. Sessa Antiques, Van Tassel-Baumann American Antiques, James Kilvington, Stevens Antiques, Dixon-Hall Fine Art and Johanna Antiques.  Exhibitors hail from the East Coast to the Midwest.

New this year, the Show is proud to partner with the Tredyffrin Historic Preservation Trust and their 12th annual Historic House Tour September 24 .  More information can be found at www.MainLineAntiquesShow.com or www.TredyffrinHistory.org.

Building momentum towards the Show will be an evening seminar with celebrity antique art sleuth Robert Wittman, founder and twenty year veteran of the FBI's National Art Crime Team.  He is responsible for recovering more than $300 million in stolen art and cultural property around the world, including an original Rembrandt self-portrait .  He also investigated the famous art heist at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston.  Movie rights to his first book “Priceless-How I Went Undercover to Rescue The World's Stolen Treasures" have been purchased.  Today, Robert Wittman is president of Robert Wittman Incorporated, the international art recovery, protection, and security firm. Mr. Wittman will be speaking in conjunction with The Main Line Antiques Show on Tuesday, September 27 in the evening at Surrey Services in Devon.  Tickets are available at www.MainLineAntiquesShow.com.

Lorraine Wambold Fine Estate Jewelry

Additionally, an appraisal event with FREEMAN’S, which will also be open to the public, is on tap for a date in the spring. 

Visit the Show’s Blog at www.MainLineAntiquesShow.com to learn more about upcoming Show events, interviews with dealers, interior design perspectives, and updates.  Like us on the Show’s Facebook and follow us on Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest. Become a member of our Main Line Antiques Show LinkedIn Group.

The Show’s beneficiary is Surrey Services for Seniors, a non-profit organization serving 8,200 older adults and headquartered in Devon.

To learn more about The Main Line Antiques Show and to receive complimentary tickets for the Show weekend, please visit www.MainLineAntiquesShow.com, email mkeykhah@surreyservices.org or call 610-647-6404 ext. 111.

About Surrey Services for Seniors

Surrey’s mission is to help older adults to live with independence and dignity and to continue as active members of the community.  Now in its 35th year, Surrey offers a wide variety of programs, activities and support services – from transportation to in-home services, including personal assistance, housekeeping, companionship, nurse care management and geriatric care management.  Last year, Surrey provided over 17,000 rides, 28,000 home delivered meals, 27,000 nutritious meals at our sites, and 79,000 hours of home services.  In addition, 1,000 volunteers provided 60,000 hours of services. For more information about Surrey Services, or for volunteer opportunities, call 610-647-6404 or visit the website at www.SurreyServices.org.


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