Adirondack Museum's Antiques Show and Sale Opens This Weekend

  • September 13, 2015 14:34

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Baxter Mountain, Keene Valley, Adirondacks, 1865, by William Richardson Tyler (1825 - 1896) is one of the historical fine art pieces presented by Saratoga Fine Art at the Adirondack Museum’s Antiques Show and Sale, Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 19 and 20.

On the heels of its popular Rustic Furniture Fair last weekend, the Adirondack Museum will host the country's top dealers in art, antiques and vintage pieces embodying the mountain "Great Camp" style this Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 19 and 20, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Ablaze in the bright hues of autumn, the museum's grounds at 9097 State Route 30 in Blue Mountain Lake, N.Y., is a sublime destination nestled between mountain peaks and shining lakes for weekenders from points in New England, New York City, and beyond.

John Provo Rustic Antiques (Plymouth, Minn.) specializes in vintage indoor and outdoor furniture such as this table with benches and will dozens of pieces at the Adirondack Museum’s Antiques Show and Sale, Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 19 and 20.

Hudson River School paintings to tramp art are among a robust selection of rustic furniture, folk art , Americana, antiques, and fine art presented at the annual Adirondack Museum Antiques Show and Sale. The event is included with general museum admission.

An on-site Lake View Café will be open and visitors can also take in garden tours, children’s activities, and all museum exhibitions, including the new shows A Sense of Place: Ellen Phelan’s Kenjockety, Weaving A Legacy: Mohawk Basketry Traditions, Gone Camping: Outfitting the Adirondack Campsite, Arto Monaco and the Land of Makebelieve, and Sonic Hotel: Lost and Found Sounds of the Adirondacks.

Exhibitors hail from over 12 states. These specialists have carefully selected a range of items in the Adirondack taste, including antique camp, cottage, patio, and Mission furniture; rare books; vintage boats; decoys and vintage sporting goods; taxidermy; quilts; vintage leather items, historical fine art, folk art, prints, and posters; oriental rugs; Native American jewelry; and much more.

1880 Antiques (Canandaigua, N.Y.)

Antediluvian Antiques & Curiosities (Lake Placid, N.Y.)

Appleton Manor Antiques (New Ipswich, N.H.)

A genuine, mid-century, rustic dining table with six matching armchairs will be the centerpiece of the exhibition designed by David Allan Ramsay (Cape Porpoise, Maine) at the Adirondack Museum’s Antiques Show and Sale, Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 19 and 20.

Black Bass Antiques (Bolton Landing, N.Y.)

Blue Line Antiques (Port Leyden, N.Y.)

C M Antiques (New York, N.Y.)

Cherry Gallery (Damariscotta, Maine)

Child’s Play Antiques (Marietta, Ga.)

Chimney Corner Antiques (Newburyport, Mass.)

Christiby's (Traverse City, Mich.)

Class Menagerie (Bolton Landing, N.Y.)

Comstock Books & Antiques (Saranac Lake, N.Y.)

Cotton’s Antiques (Wabash, Ind.)

Linda Davidson Antiques (Landrum, S.C.)

Robert Dodelin Antiques (Mt. Laurel, N.J.)

Dave & Bonnie Ferriss (Lake Luzerne, N.Y.)

Michael Friedman Antiques (Weston, Conn.)

Gargoyles LTD. (Kingston, N.Y.)

Anne Hall Antique Prints (Sturbridge, Mass.)

Home Farm Antiques (Bolton Landing, N.Y.)

Hoot and Nana Antiques (Paris, Ky.)

Ralph Kylloe Rustic Design (Lake George, N.Y.)

Mountain Thistle Antiques, LLC (Waynesboro, Va.)

Al Nelson Antiques (Petersburg, Mich.)

The Old Crow (Warwick, N.Y.)

Parrett/Lich, Inc. (Georgetown, Ind.)

Pastime Antiques & Collectibles (Central Square, N.Y.)

John Provo Rustic Antiques (Plymouth, Minn.)

David Allan Ramsay (Cape Porpoise, Maine)

Saratoga Fine Art (Saratoga Springs, N.Y.)

Clifford A. Wallach (Manalapan, N.J.)

White & White Interiors & Antiques (Skaneateles, N.Y.)

David Zabriskie (Lake Placid, N.Y.)

 


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