YOU RECOGNIZE A CLASSIC WHEN YOU SEE IT

One of the nation’s most highly acclaimed antiques shows presents a spectacular showcase of art, antiques, and design! Featuring the finest offerings from more than 60 distinguished dealers, the Delaware Antiques Show highlights the best of American antiques and decorative arts. Join us for a full schedule of exciting show features sure to captivate the sophisticated and new collector alike.

OPENING NIGHT PARTY

Thursday, November 6
5:00–9:00 pm

Celebrate the opening of the show with cocktails and exclusive early shopping!

(Opening Night Party requires a separate ticket, which includes admission for all three days. Please call 800.448.3883.)
Opening Night Party made possible by Wilmington Trust.

SHOW TICKETS
ON SALE NOW!
November 7–9, 2014
Chase Center on the Riverfront
Wilmington, Delaware

Benefits Educational Programming at Winterthur

General Admission: $15 per person; $13 Winterthur Members; children under 12 free. Tickets valid for all days of the show. For tickets call 800.448.3883 or visit winterthur.org/das.

Enjoy tax-free shopping

SPECIAL LECTURES

Jessica Fellowes
Friday, November 7, 10:00 am

Join Jessica Fellowes—author, historian, and niece of Downton Abbey creator Julian Fellowes—for a special talk focused on the award-winning show. Book signing to follow lecture. $30 per Member; $35 per non-member. For tickets call 800.448.3883. Includes admission to all three days of show.
Sponsored by DelawareToday and MainLineToday.

Philip D. Zimmerman
Museum and Decorative Arts Consultant
Saturday, November 8, 2:00 pm

Historic Odessa:
New Findings in an Old Collection

Join us for an illustrated presentation highlighting the diversity of the collections, new findings, and a few surprises from the Corbit-Sharp and Wilson-Warner houses in historic Odessa, Delaware.*

Linda Eaton
John L. & Marjorie P. McGraw Director of Collections and Senior Curator of Textiles at Winterthur

Sunday, November 9, 2:00 pm
Patterns of Their Time:
Design in Printed Textiles

Enjoy this discussion of fabulous textile designs that highlight the extensive Winterthur collection and are featured in the newly released Printed Textiles: British and American Cottons and Linens, 1700–1850. Book signing to follow lecture.*

Weekend lectures sponsored by The Hunt.

* Lectures included with general admission

Exhibitors

  • A Bird in Hand Antiques
  • Mark and Marjorie Allen
  • Artemis Gallery
  • Diana H. Bittel Antiques
  • Philip H. Bradley Co.
  • Joan R. Brownstein
  • Marcy Burns American Indian Arts, LLC
  • HL Chalfant Fine Art and Antiques
  • John Chaski Antiques
  • Dixon-Hall Fine Art
  • Colette Donovan
  • Peter H. Eaton
  • The Federalist Antiques, Inc.
  • M. Finkel & Daughter
  • Garthoeffner Gallery Antiques
  • Georgian Manor Antiques
  • James & Nancy Glazer Antiques
  • Samuel Herrup Antiques
  • Ita J. Howe
  • Stephen and Carol Huber
  • Barbara Israel Garden Antiques
  • Jewett-Berdan Antiques
  • Johanna Antiques
  • Christopher H. Jones
  • Arthur Guy Kaplan
  • James M. Kilvington, Inc.
  • Joe Kindig Antiques
  • Kelly Kinzle
  • Greg K. Kramer & Co.
  • William R. and Teresa F. Kurau
  • James M. Labaugh Antiques
  • Polly Latham Asian Art
  • Leatherwood Antiques
  • Bernard and S. Dean Levy, Inc.
  • Nathan Liverant and Son Antiques
  • Malcolm Magruder
  • Mellin’s Antiques
  • Newsom & Berdan Antiques
  • Olde Hope Antiques, Inc.
  • Oriental Rugs, Ltd.
  • Janice Paull
  • The Philadelphia Print Shop, Ltd.
  • James L. Price Antiques
  • Sumpter Priddy III, Inc.
  • Christopher T. Rebollo Antiques
  • Stella Rubin
  • Russack & Loto Books, LLC
  • Schoonover Studios, Ltd.
  • Schwarz Gallery
  • Stephen Score, Inc.
  • Elle Shushan
  • Somerville Manning Gallery
  • Spencer Marks, Ltd.
  • Stephen-Douglas Antiques
  • Steven F. Still Antiques
  • Gary R. Sullivan Antiques, Inc.
  • Jeffrey Tillou Antiques
  • Jonathan Trace
  • Maria & Peter Warren Antiques
  • Taylor B. Williams Antiques
  • Bette & Melvyn Wolf, Inc.
  • RM Worth Antiques

Show managed by Diana Bittel

 

For centuries women have used a needle to both earn a living and create objects of beauty. View exquisite embroidery from the Winterthur collection, highlighting the fascinating intersection of “work” and “art.” For more information, call 800.448.3883 or visit winterthur.org/diligentneedle.


Winterthur is nestled in Delaware’s beautiful Brandywine Valley on Route 52, midway between New York City and Washington, D.C.