Genesee Country Village & Museum to host the 24th Annual Antiques Fair and Sale on Saturday, May 28


Visitors to the Genesee Country Village & Museum’s Annual Antique Show and Sale on Saturday, May 28 can browse antiques and collectibles curated by more than 30 New York State dealers. An Antiques Preview Night on Friday May 27 will offer a limited number of buyers the opportunity to browse vintage wares before the show opens to the general public. Tickets for the Preview Party and Antiques Show and Sale are available now at https://www.gcv.org/events/antique-show/.

Ancient Preview Party

From 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. on Friday, May 27, guests can shop for furniture, books, paintings, jewelry, textiles, and more, while enjoying an open bar and hors d’oeuvres along the museum’s scenic Great Meadow. Preview Night attendees will have the exclusive opportunity to view the Museum’s brand new John L. Wehle Gallery exhibit, Duck, duck, shoot! The History of American Waterfowl, which explores waterfowl history and subsequent conservation efforts in 19and– and 20and-century America. Works of art, lithographs, sculptures, natural specimens, firearms, decoys, cooking utensils, hunting outfits for men and women… will be honored in this multi-faceted exhibition. With food, drink, live music and the chance to shop in a relaxed setting, the Preview Party is ideal for antique lovers looking to find the perfect vintage find. Tickets for Friday’s preview are $30 for the general public and $25 for Museum members. Tickets for the preview night include admission to the Saturday show and antique sale.

Exhibition and sale of antiques

From 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Saturday, May 28, dealers from across New York State will showcase an array of 18th- and 19th-century antiques and primitives, as well as fine vintage items from the early to mid-20th century. Pottery, textiles, jewelry, artwork, clothing, agricultural tools, books and more will be available for purchase. Museum visitors can peruse unique possessions in the Meeting Center and Exhibit Barn, then explore the Historic Village where costumed interpreters will occupy historic buildings, care for farm animals, maintain heritage gardens, exercise historical trades, etc. Tickets for the antique fair and sale are $18 for adults, $15 for seniors 62 and older, $15 for students 13-18, $12 for youth 3-12 years and children 2 and under are free. GCV&M members can attend for free and are guaranteed. Visitors are encouraged to purchase tickets online and save – there will be a small surcharge for tickets purchased at the door.

Sellers of antique shows and sales:

– Ron Colantonio (East Bethany, NY)
– Antiquities Reflections (Williamson, NY)
– Attic Fanatic (Pittsford, NY)
– Neumann Antiques
– 1880 Antiques LLC (Canandaigua, NY)
– Jays Way (Ontario, New York)
– Christina’s Antiques (Red Creek, NY)
– Baker’s Bridge Antiques – M’Lady’s Closet (Alfred Station, NY)
– Small Vintages
–Sandra S. Willson
– Millcreek Antiques (Geneseo, NY)
– Antiquities of the springboards
– Holly Cobbles Antiques (Fairport, New York)
– Margaret Schenck Antiques (Ulysses, Pennsylvania)
– Kevin T. Ransom – Bookseller (Amherst, NY)
– Aurora Antiques and Collectibles
– Bonnie’s Antiques (Elma, New York)
– Hiland Antiques (Hilton, New York)
– Bob and Cheri Charboneau (Honeoye Falls, NY)
– American Antiques – Ralph Ridolfino (Hammondsport, NY)
– Antiques Collection Agency
– Barbara Palmer Folk Art
– All Council Antiquities
–Magnolia Antiques & Collectibles (Le Roy, NY)
– Ryan’s Art, Antiques & Collectibles
– Kitchen cabinet antiques
– Shirl’s Girls Vintage (Greece, NY)
–Jack T. Ericson (Westfield, NY)

Tickets and more information about upcoming events are available online at https://www.gcv.org/events/.

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