Rows of tables adorned with especially selected vintage treasures by approximately 50 dealers coming from VA to NH, will greet shoppers on Sunday, December 15th. Merchandise is limited to antique, estate and vintage costume jewelry; antique and estate silver and silver-related items and a general line of antiques and collectibles measuring no more than 6 inches by 6 inches and able to fit a holiday stocking. This is not a furniture show! Dealers save items that are perfect for this once-a-year holiday tradition. Customers save this day with great anticipation knowing that if there is a collector on their gift list, they probably won’t be disappointed.”
Some of what will be found in the vast “general merchandise” category includes sugars and creamers; figurines; salt and pepper shaker sets; antique and vintage Christmas ornaments and decorations; military, police and fire department badges; English brass; paper machier objects; a collection of Victorian hair (mourning) jewelry; vintage cameras; purses; primitives; miniature oil lamps; pottery; porcelain; still banks; silver overlay; candlesticks; treenware; netsuke; Beatrix Potter figurines; perfumes; country items; Americana; Bakelite; coins; fans; spectacles; gloves; hair ornaments; hat pins; belts; tiny art; Inuit carvings; watches; ephemera; dresser items; textiles; tea cadies; frames; souvenirs; doll house furniture; boxes; toys; keys; buttons and sewing items; advertising; tole; tins; ash trays; kitchen and barware; autographs; books; molds; and Orientalia.
This annual event is a major fundraiser for the JJ High School PTO. Please confirm before traveling in ice and snow.
$7.00 | 12 and under free
John Jay High School PTO
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