(Participants as of September 11, 2008)
A Bird in Hand
Florham Park, NJ
American antiques, specializing in decorated stoneware, waterfowl decoys, folk art, and painted grain surface furniture, with an accent on quality and condition. Established in 1977.
American Spirit Antiques
Shawnee Mission, KS
18th and early 19th century American furniture and decorative arts. Specializing in figured maple, weathervanes, and New England painting.
Antique Cupboard
Waukesha, WI
Sterling flatware and holloware with an emphasis on Tiffany material.
Arader Galleries
Philadelphia, PA
16th-19th century works on paper, rare maps, and American paintings.
Winter Park, FL
Fine antiques and art of Asia.
J. Austin Jeweler
Amherst, MA
Antique and estate jewelry.
St. Paul, MN
Antique jewelry and decorative arts of the neoclassical period.
Terry and Angela Brinton
Racine, WI
19th century furniture, pottery, porcelain, tools, and accessories from primitives to Victorian.
Nancy and Craig Cheney
Newark, OH
Specializing in folk art and things that make you smile.
Eastwood Gallery
St. Paul, MN
Art and antiques of the American Arts and Crafts movement (1890–1920), furniture, and accessories.
Harbor Springs, MI
An unusual cross section of the American design experience, including antique jewelry, early boat models, early Native American art, textiles, carvings, pottery, quill and beadwork, folk art, paintings, furniture, and decorative items from the 18th century.
Kurt Gippert Bookseller ABAA
Chicago, IL
Antiquarian, rare and collectible books, and historic autographs: Americana, expeditions and voyages, natural history, architecture, interior design, the decorative arts, children’s, and illustrated.
Harvey Art and Antiques
Evanston, IL
American folk art.
Jerry S. Hayes Fine Majolica
Oklahoma City, OK
Vintage Victorian-period majolica, featuring premier English potters—Minton, Wedgwood, George Jones, and Holdcroft.
Michael Hingston
Etna, NH
18th–20th century furniture, American and European silver, Arts and Crafts silver, pottery, and furniture.
Minneapolis, MN
Traditional folk arts, ethnographica, artifacts, collectible textiles, tribal masks and sculpture, ceramics, indigenous furniture, ethnic adornments, and decorative objects from Asia, Africa, and the Pacific.
James Infante
Jersey City, NJ
Specializing in 20th century decorative art objects.
Jason Jacques
New York, NY
Art Nouveau and Japonist ceramic masterworks.
Ben Karr
Iroquois, IL
Americana and folk art.
Oumar Keinde
New York, NY
African art.
Lotz’s Antiques
St. Louis, MO
Antique American and English tall clocks in the Midwest, dealing primarily in traditional grandfather clocks from the early 18th and 19th century.
Sheridan Loyd
St. Joseph, MO
18th and 19th century American country furniture, folk art, and accessories.
Master Framers
St. Paul, MN
A full-service studio workshop, specializing in the design and creation of fine handcrafted picture and mirror frames, and the restoration of antique frames.
Lisa S. McAllister
Clear Spring, MD
18th and 19th century decorative arts, ceramics, and folk art in sculptural and textural form.
McNaught Fine Art
Santa Cruz, CA
European and American paintings of the 18th through the 20th century.
Elva Needles
Kansas City, MO
18th and 19th century American furniture and decorative arts.
Oriental Rugs Ltd
Old Lyme, CT
Distinctive antique carpets from Asia.
Platt Fine Art
Chicago, IL
19th and 20th century American paintings, works on paper, and master prints.
Charles Edwin Puckett
Akron, OH
Medieval illuminated manuscripts, antique maps and prints, and classical antiques.
Raccoon Creek
Oley, PA
Specializing in Americana and folk art with an emphasis on original surface and condition. Distinctive objects for the sophisticated collector.
Anthony Scornavacco
Gem Lake, MN
17th–19th century furniture, silver, vertu, porcelain, paintings, jewelry, and related items.
The Silver Vault
Woodstock, IL
Fine silver of the 18th–20th centuries, specializing in English, American, and Continental. Arts and Crafts period holloware and jewelry.
Lana Smith Antiques
Louisville, KY
19th century American country furniture. Hooked rugs and other textiles. Sewing related items, folk art, garden, and architectural items.
Douglas L. Solliday
Columbia , MO
American furniture, paintings, and early accessories.
Philip Suval Inc
Fredericksburg, VA
Chinese and China Trade porcelain, and British and European ceramics.
Turkey Mountain Traders
Scottsdale, AZ
Antique American Indian arts, Navajo and Zuni jewelry, Navajo textiles, Eastern beadwork, and American folk art.
Weiss Antiques Gallery
Birmingham, MI
Asian antiques, Caucasian rugs, fine jewelry, Steuben art glass, and Philip and Kelvin LaVerne bronze furniture and fine art.
Wellesley House, Ltd.
Lake Forest, IL
Fine 18th and 19th century English furniture and an extensive collection of appropriate accessories.
White and White
Skaneateles, NY
18th–20th century furniture, paintings, decorative accessories, and jewelry.
Whitehall Antiques
Chapel Hill, NC
Period formal English and country French furniture, with appropriate accessories and art of the 18th and 19th centuries.
Taylor B. Williams Antiques
Harbert, MI
18th and 19th century American and English furniture, decorative arts, and 18th century English enamel boxes.

For further information, call the Antiques Show and Sale office at (612) 870-3039.