Antiques show benefits Wilton Historical Society
The Wilton Spring Antiques Show returns Saturday and Sunday, April 16-17 to the Wilton High School Field House on Danbury Road. Presented by Barn Star Productions, the show benefits the Wilton Historical Society.
More than 35 dealers from eight states will offer early formal and country American and European furniture, historical ceramics, Oriental rugs, fine art, decorative signs, Asian arts, hooked rugs, folk art, fine prints and paper, colorful textiles, French pottery, early treenware, lighting, brass, tall case clocks, weathervanes, nautical objects, and more.
New dealers include Richard Axtell from Deposit, N.Y. bringing early furniture and accessories including burl bowls, Windsor chairs and decorated boxes; Rue du Tresor from New York City with French country redware pottery, decorative arts and accessories; Edwin C. Ahlberg Antiques from Guilford, Conn., will have American formal furniture, fine art and brass candlesticks; and American Room Antiques from Chambersburg, Pa., with case clocks, American furniture and accessories.
Lunch will be available at the show café and unlimited re-entry is offered throughout the show’s run.
Hours are 10 to 5 on Saturday and 11 to 4 on Sunday. Admission is $10 per person. No pets are allowed in the school.