Enjoy a weekend full of antiques, collectibles and history rich items at Elora’s 24th Annual Spring Antique Sale. Collectibles and antiques include country pine furniture, fine china and glass, vintage fashions, antique linens, local artifacts, sporting collectibles and much more. In addition to this premier antique show, visitors can also enjoy local cafes and some of Ontario’s scenic landscapes. To ensure residents of the Sandstone Apartments and the Executive Suites at 145 Kertland Street experience a relaxing, country-inspired weekend, our preferred property management company, Williams and McDaniel, has put together a guide to the 24th Annual Elora Spring Antique Sale.
On Saturday, April 18th from 10:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. and Sunday, April 19th from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Elora locals and visitors can attend Elora’s 24th Annual Antique Show and meet experts from all across Ontario. Adult admission is $7.00 per person and children under 13 are free. Discount admission coupons are available on the event’s website here.
Experts in antiques and collectibles attend this event to showcase their finds, find other priceless items and assess attendees’ items. This year’s lineup will make the 2015 show one of the strongest yet.
Samantha Howard Vintage, Toronto
Samantha Howard specializes in mid-century modern design, Scandinavian ceramics and glass, with a special interest in mid-century Scandinavian and Canadian jewelry. Samantha will be attending the show with Andrew Zegers Design. Andrew specializes in mid-century modern furnishings and mid-century Italian art glass.
Bowles Hilltop Antiques, Kara and Dan Bowles, Markdale, ON
Bowles Hilltop Antiques have been preparing for this event and will be bringing a bonnet chest, a dry sink and an original watercolour by Walter Henry Sweet (1899-1943).
Jane and Connie Egan, Goderich
This mother-daughter duo specializes in textiles, transferware, country furniture and silver and Ironstone.
Adrian Tinline Antiques, Bowmanville
Adrian is one of the younger dealers in the community and possesses a genuine passion for antiques. He mainly sells Canadian country furniture, armchairs, tables and a range of other accessories.
Antiques Identification Clinic
Feel free to bring your personal treasures and heirlooms for appraisal by Janet Carlile, an independent and accredited antiques valuer and guest on CBC’s Antiques Roadshow. Bring your items to the event, go directly to the appraisal table and make an appointment. While you wait for your appointment, have fun exploring the rest of the show. You may bring as many items as you want to be assessed at $12.00 per item.
There will also be 55 dealer experts in attendance, including Audette Antiques, Shirley and Armand Dequanne of The Treasure Box Antiques, Christine Wyrozub of Chantal’s Antiques, Robert and Sandra Fedosenko of Victoria St. Antiques and Fred Bradshaw of Frederick’s Persian Rugs.
Located in the Elora Community Centre at 29 David Street West, the antique show is a six-minute walk and one-minute drive from the Sandstone Apartments and a four-minute drive and 17-minute walk from the Executive Suites at 145 Kertland Street.