Antiques found in Silicon Valley; Ceramics, Americana to feature in two fairs

  • May 24, 2010 15:09

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California Country Antique and Folk Art Show is June 12-13 at Hillview Community Center in Los Altos, Calif.

"Antiques Roadshow" will air its last episode taped in San Jose on Thursday night. The heart of the high-tech region yielded up some treasures including a circa 1815 chronometer and a suite of lithographs by marine artist Frederic Cozzens (1846-1928).

Also in San Jose, the new Vintage Glass, China and Pottery Show and Sale comes to the Santa Clara County Fairgrounds, May 29 to 30, with exhibitors bringing wares by Bauer, Roseville, Cambridge, McCoy, and more.

California Country Antique & Folk Art Show is June 12-13 in Los Altos. The Preview Party on June 12, 6-9PM, features special guest Helaine Fendelman who will lead a tour through the show highlighting her ten favorite antiques and discussing them. Among the over 50 exhibitors are John Philbrick Antiques, Mario Pollo Americana, and George Wallach Antiques.

Check  local listings for Antiques Roadshow here.


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