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					                            September 5, 2008 — Antiques and The Arts Weekly — S-1


Old York Antiques Show
     SPECIAL SHOW SECTION
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                                                                                                                                         Old York Antiques Show
                                                                                                                                                    SPECIAL SHOW SECTION
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                                                                                                                                                   A.E. RUNGE, JR, Yarmouth,
                                                                                                                                                   Maine — Persian Kurdish
                                                                                                                                                   Hamadan, 5 feet 11 inches by 4
                                                                                                                                                   feet 2 inches.




                                                                                                                                                                                     JEWETT-BERDAN, Newcastle, Maine — Nineteenth
                                                                                                                                                                                     Century Maine hearth rug pictured in Mildred Cole
                                                                                                                                                                                     Peladelaus book Rug Hooking In Maine, excellent con-
                                                                                                                                                                                     dition and mounted for hanging.


                                                                                                                                                                                     THE BAROMETER SHOP, Cushing, Maine — A fab-
                                                                                                                                                                                     ulous American stick barometer by the well-
                                                                                                                                                                                     known maker Charles Wilder of Peterboro, N.H. It
                                                                                                                                                                                     is of maple, original finish, and dates circa 1860.




                                                                                                                                                                                              THE ANTIQUARIUM, Hollis Brodrick and
                                                                                                                                                                                              Sharon Platt, Portsmouth, N.H. — Earliest of
                                                                                                                                                      FISKE & FREEMAN, Ipswich,               its form, a rare Pilgrim Century sea chest with
                                                                                                                                                      Mass. — Enclosed low dresser or         incised decoration, English brown stoneware
                                                                                                                                                      server, Welsh, circa 1725.              of similar period.




                                                                                                                                                                      Michael J. Whitman Antiques
                                                                                                                                                                                Specialist in Antique Metalware
                                                                                                                                                                                            Visit Our Web Site
                                                                                                                                                                                    www.michaeljwhitmanantiques.com




                                                                                                                              Sears & Tither
                                                                                                                                Robert Sears
                                                                                                                             Harold Tither, III
                                                                                                                                 P.O. Box 340
                                                                                                                              Somers, CT 06071
                                                                                                                                860-749-8042
                                                                                                                             By Appointment Only

                                                                                                                                Specialists
                                                                                                                                    in                                        Superb Pair of English 6 Lobe Shell Base Candlesticks
                                                                                                                                                                                              Circa 1750 Seamed
                                                                                                                             Early American                                          Height 9 ¾" Diameter of Base 5 ¼"

                                                                                                                             Glass and Silver                                                427 Bethlehem Pike
                                                                                                                                                                                         Fort Washington, PA 19034
                                                                                                                                                                                              Tel: 215-646-8639
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                       Early New England Ceramics And
                           Southern Maine Furniture
                Special Programs A Highlight Of Old York Antiques Show
  YORK, MAINE –– The Old York Antiques Show runs Friday, September $35 and include the program, tea, tour and admission to the antiques show.
12, and Saturday, September 13, from 10 am to 5 pm. In addition to the 20 Seating is limited to 18 and advanced reservations are strongly suggested.
antiques dealers, including W.M. Schwind, Jr, Jonathan Trace, Hollis Brod-      Colonial Era Furniture of Southern Maine, a special luncheon program for
erick and Sharon Platt of the                                                                                             those who love antique furni-
Antiquarium, James and Nancy                                                                                              ture, will be Saturday, noon to
Glazer, Fiske & Freeman and                                                                                               1:30 pm at the Elizabeth Bish-
the Philadelphia Print Shop,                                                                                              op Perkins Boathouse. Tomas
the show will also feature two                                                                                            B. Johnson, curator of collec-
special programs on early New                                                                                             tions and Canterbury Shaker
England ceramics and southern                                                                                             Village and former curator at
Maine furniture. To reserve                                                                                               the Museums of Old York will
tickets for either program, call                                                                                          talk about the history of south-
207-363-4974.                                                                                                             ern Maine furniture and then
  On opening day, Friday, from                                                                                            highlight some of the muse-
2 to 3:30 pm, the museum will                                                                                             um’s finest pieces. The pro-
host a special afternoon tea at                                                                                           gram starts with a boxed
the museum’s Elizabeth Bishop                                                                                             luncheon and presentation at
Perkins House. Emerson Baker,                                                                                             the Boathouse. The presenta-
archeologist and professor of                                                                                             tion is followed by a private
history at Salem State College,                                                                                           tour of the Emerson-Wilcox
will share his experiences of                                                                                             House, where the finest exam-
learning about, identifying and                                                                                           ples of southern Maine furni-
discovering early New England                                                                                             ture will be identified and dis-
ceramics. The event will start                                                                                            cussed. Tickets are $50 and
with a presentation and discus-                                                                                           include     the    presentation,
sion at the Elizabeth Perkins                                                                                             lunch, private tour and admis-
Boathouse. Following the pro-                                                                                             sion to the antiques show. Seat-
gram, guests will be invited for The Elizabeth Perkins House (1730) will host two special events for the Old York ing is limited to 25 and
a tour and tea on the porch of Antiques Show. It is one of the finest surviving examples of colonial revival architec- advanced reservations are
this riverside estate. Tickets are ture and interior design in the Piscataqua Region of Maine.                            required.




                              J EWETT ~ B ERDAN




                                          Exceptional coastal Maine or N.H dressing table in the original yellow and green
                                            paint. Silver leaf and berry decoration, a gutsy exuberant form.Circa 1830.




               Thomas J. Jewett                                                                                      Charles P. Berdan
                   15 Hopkins Hill Road, Newcastle, Maine 04553
      (207) 563-3682                             jewett-berdan@roadrunner.com
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                                                            The Inaugural Old York Antiques Show
  YORK, MAINE –– The coast of                                                                ty to browse through the fine selection                                                                wine shops and breweries in the area.      tion, outreach and curatorial pro-
Maine is noted for its rugged, natural                                                       of antiques, ask questions and pur-                                                                    Tickets for the preview party are $75,     grams, which serve more than 20,000
beauty, and there is no better time to                                                       chase the perfect piece for your collec-                                                               and patrons who donate $125 will be        children and families each year.
visit than early autumn! The crisp,                                                          tion. The evening will also feature a                                                                  recognized at the event and invited to a   Founded more than 100 years ago, the
beautiful days of autumn set the stage                                                       selection of hors d’oeuvres, fine wines                                                                private dinner following the preview       Museums of Old York is the steward of
for the Old York Antiques Show, an                                                           and micro-brewed beer provided by                                                                      party.                                     nine historic properties that showcase
inaugural event presented by the                                                             local proprietors and highlighting                                                                      Proceeds from the Old York Antiques       local architecture (including a Nation-
Museums of Old York on Friday, Sep-                                                          some of the best inns, restaurants,                                                                    Show support the museum’s educa-           al Historic Landmark) and outstanding
tember 12 and Saturday, September                                                                                                                                                                                                              furniture, decorative and folk art col-
13. The antiques show is the culminat-
ing event of York Arts and Antiques
                                                                                                        Two-Day Event Previews                                                                                                                 lections. The museum offers a vibrant
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               schedule of exhibitions, lectures,
Week, a weeklong celebration of our
community’s cultural heritage.
                                                                                                       On Thursday, September 11                                                                                                               workshops and hands-on education
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               programs, along with an archival
  The Old York Antiques Show will                                                                                                                                                                                                              library and contemporary art gallery.
feature 20 of America’s top antiques                                                                                                                                                                                                             In 2005, the museum received public
dealers, including W.M. Schwind, Jr,                                                                                                                                                                                                           recognition from the National Endow-
Jonathan Trace, Hollis Broderick and                                                                                                                                                                                                           ment for the Humanities. Designated a
Sharon Platt of the Antiquarium,                                                                                                                                                                                                               “We the People” project, the heritage
James and Nancy Glazer, Fiske &                                                                                                                                                                                                                education program is recognized as a
Freeman and the Philadelphia Print                                                                                                                                                                                                             model program that advances the
Shop. The show will highlight excep-                                                                                                                                                                                                           study, teaching and understanding of
tional silver and brass, furniture, paint-                                                                                                                                                                                                     American history and culture. The Old
ings, ceramics, jewelry, Oriental rugs                                                                                                                                                                                                         York Antiques Show is thus a perfect
and art, nautical items, textiles, folk                                                                                                                                                                                                        fit with the museum’s mission and is a
and decorative art, prints and books.                                                                                                                                                                                                          wonderful addition to its slate of pro-
The dealers were carefully selected to                                                                                                                                                                                                         grams.
ensure consistent quality and diverse                                                                                                                                                                                                            For information, call 207-363-4974
selection to appeal to experienced col-                                                                                                                                                                                                        or visit the museum’s website at
lectors and newcomers alike.                                                                                                                                                                                                                   www.oldyork.org.
  The Old York Antiques Show runs                                                                                                                                                                                                                The Old York Antiques Show is
Friday, September 12, and Saturday,                                                                                                                                                                                                            sponsored by The York Antiques
September 13, from 10 am to 5 pm.                                                                                                                                                                                                              Gallery, Hap Moore Antiques Auc-
Admission is $10 for the show or $15                                                                                                                                                                                                           tions and Suzanne Little Interiors. The
for both the show and museum.                                                                                                                                                                                                                  preview party is sponsored by ReMax
  The elegant preview party on Thurs-                                                       Proceeds from the Old York Antiques Show support the museum’s educa-                                                                               Realty One and Morgillo Financial
day, September 11, 5 to 8 pm, is not                                                        tion, outreach and curatorial efforts, including the Junior Docents pro-                                                                           Management. York Arts and Antiques
only the perfect time to meet each of                                                       gram. Junior Docents work at the museum throughout the summer and                                                                                  Week is sponsored by Riverbend
the dealers, but provides an opportuni-                                                     serve as curators, educators and interpreters.                                                                                                     Antiques.

                                                                WE SHIP RUGS ON APPROVAL – ANYWHERE




                                                                 OLD & ANTIQ UE ORIENTAL RUGS
                                                             Specializing in Persian & Caucasian Village Rugs
                                                                         108 Main Street
                                                                                                                                         REPAIRS – RESTORATIONS – HANDWASHING – APPRAISALS – PADS




                                                                     Yarmouth, Maine 04096
                                                                          207-846-9000
PERSIAN & CAUCASIAN VILLAGE RUGS BOUGHT & SOLD




                                                                             www.r unger ugs.com

                                                       TIMELESS HAPPY VILLAGE CARPETS
                                                                 For Traditional & Contemporary Decors
                                                       COME TO MAINE AND SHOP THE SHOW AND OUR SHOP!




                                                 PERSIAN HERIZ - Salmon coral, light, medium, & dark blue, light green, gold, & ivory.
                                                                          Circa 1920 - Size 9'8 x 6'5.

                                                       We will also be exhibiting at the Greenwich Antiques Show -
                                                                           October 18th & 19th

                                                                        A FAMILY TRADITION SINCE 1880
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ED WEISSMAN ANTIQUARIAN,
Portland, Maine — “Heading For                                                              JAMES & NANCY GLAZER, Bailey Island, Maine —
The Catch” by James G. Tyler                   SEARS & TITHER, Somers,                      Box with carved faces and hands, elaborately deco-
(1855–1931), oil on canvas measur-             Conn. — “Frosted Leaf” flint                 rated and embellished with lift top and was clearly
ing 18½ by 14 inches and signed                celery vase, Portland Glass Co.,             made as a presentation piece. It is from the mid-
lower right.                                   Portland, Maine, circa 1873–74.              Atlantic states, maker unknown, of wood, paint,
                                                                                            metal and mirror glass, which has been carved,
                                                                                            planed, glued, painted and stenciled. It dates circa
                                                                                            1890–1910 and measures 12 inches long, 12 inches
                                                                                            wide and 6 inches high.



                                                               THE    ANTIQUARIUM,
                                                               Hollis Brodrick and
                                                               Sharon             Platt,
                                                               Portsmouth, N.H. —
                                                               Decorative arts of early
                                                               America.


                                                                   MICHAEL J. WHITMAN
                                                                   ANTIQUES, Fort Washing-
                                                                   ton, Penn. — Rare pair of
                                                                   Swedish bell metal cande-
                                                                   labra, signed SB Crown,
                                                                   44 inches high, 16½ inch
                                                                   diameter at the base.




HOLLIS BRODRICK
                               The ANTIQUARIUM                                                                           SHARON PLATT


                                     Decorative Arts as used in early America 1650 - 1840
                        Open late MARCH thru DECEMBER ~ Most Weekends: Fri., Sat., Sun., 11-5
                Occasional winter hrs. only ~ anytime by chance or appointment ~ call ahead ALWAYS advised

                                     25 Ceres St.         Portsmouth, NH                   603-427-1690
                                                     Portsmouth's Olde Harbour
                                                                                                                                    New Hampshire
                 Come visit our shop in beautiful historic Portsmouth, while traveling in New England this fall.                   ANTIQUES SHOW
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                                                  THE ANTIQUARIUM, Hollis Bro-
                                                  drick    and    Sharon      Platt,
                                                  Portsmouth, N.H. — A selection of
                                                  Eighteenth Century tavern wares.



                                           JEWETT-BERDAN,         Newcastle,
                                           Maine — Watercolor on paper,
                                           titled “Octavia Gathering Roses,”
                                           signed South Berwick, Maine, 1841.




SEARS & TITHER, Somers, Conn. —
Staffordshire wash bowl and pitcher, purple
transfer with polychrome decoration, Jenny        A.E. RUNGE, JR, Yarmouth, Maine
Lind pattern by Charles Meigh & Son, Eng-         — Antique Persian Bijar, 8 feet 3
land, circa 1851–61.                              inches by 4 feet 9 inches.




           Barometers with Clocks at
                   T HE
               B AROMETER
                  S HOP
                                                                                          MICHAEL J. WHITMAN ANTIQUES, Fort Washington, Penn.
                                                                                          — Four English copper jelly molds, one signed Benham, circa
                                                                                          1875.

                     C. Neville Lewis, Proprietor
     We sell fully restored and operating antique
   English and American barometers from our stock,
    which is the largest in New England and is on
          view at our new gallery in Cushing.
                            Exceedingly rare English wheel barometer
                            with a working clock that has a fusee move-
                            ment driven by a pendulum. Mahogany
                            veneers with all original accessories. Made
                                                                                Old York Antiques Show
                            by D. Berry of Huntingdon. Circa 1847
                                                                                   September 12-13
                               Bring your broken barometer
                               to the show for a free estimate
                                  of repair and valuation.

                                BAROMETERS REPAIRED,
                                PURCHASED AND SOLD.
                                    576 Pleasant Point Road
                                   CUSHING, MAINE 04563
                                       Phone: 207-354-8055
                                  Email: neville@barometershop.net
                                  Website: www.barometershop.net
                                                                                       ED WEISSMAN ANTIQUARIAN, Portland, Maine — Ship
                                                                                       portrait by Percy A. Sanborn (1849–1929), 15 by 24 inches.
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                                   JAMES & NANCY GLAZER, Bailey Island,
                                   Maine — Parade fire hat, “Moyamensing,”
                                   dated on back 1837 with Masonic eye on top.
                                   “Moyamensing” was a hose company. These
                                   were actually the “bad boys” of the fire compa-
                                   nies and they were intimidators to both other
                                   hose companies and their clients. It measures
                                   14 inches wide and 6 inches high.
                                                                                       JEWETT-BERDAN, Newcastle, Maine — Exceptional shell
                                                                                       and painted fresco, Maine, circa 1910–1920.




                                                                               Old York Antiques Show
                                                                                  September 12-13

THE BAROMETER SHOP, Cush-                                                    FISKE & FREEMAN, Ipswich,
ing, Maine — A beautiful English                                             Mass. — Large Seventeenth
Sheraton wheel barometer with                                                Century lignum vitae covered
mahogany veneers and fine satin-                                             jar, 15 inches high.
wood shell inlays.




                                                Objects of Interest




                                                                                James & Nancy Glazer
                                                                                                  P.O. Box 222, Bailey Island, ME 04003
                                                                      (207)833-6973 • email: glazer@clinic.net • www.glazerantiques.com
                                                                                                    Please call ahead for an appointment.
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                                                    Old York
                                                 Antiques Show
                                                September 12-13




                                                                                                              A.E. RUNGE, JR, Yarmouth, Maine — South
                                                                                                              Caucasian (Gendje), 9 feet by 3 feet 9 inches.




                                                     JAMES & NANCY GLAZER, Bailey
                                                     Island, Maine — Miniature carved
                                                     chest of drawers painted to simulate
    THE BAROMETER SHOP, Cush-                        curly maple. The carved crest and
    ing, Maine — An extremely rare                   carved pulls have an extraordinary
    American walnut stick barometer                  detail which is rarely found on this
    made by F.C.D. McKay of Warsaw,                  style of miniature chests. The maker
    N.Y., circa 1850.                                is unknown, circa 1870–1890, and it
                                                     measures 27½ inches high, 14¾ inch-
                                                     es wide and 10½ inches deep.




                                                    MICHAEL J. WHITMAN ANTIQUES, Fort
                                                    Washington, Penn. — Fantastic Dutch
                                                    milk/cream churn, dovetailed, circa 1850.




                                                                                                     51 EAST MAIN STREET, YARMOUTH, MAINE 04096
                                                                                                        TEL (207) 846-9458 • FAX (207) 846-4001
                                                                                                    schwind@gwi.net • www.schwind-antiques.com
                                                                                                         Shop Hours: Monday - Saturday 10-5



                                                                                                    Mahogany pembroke table with decorative inlays.
                                                                                                            New York State, 1790-1810
                                                                                                        H: 27 in. L: 31 ½ in. W: 19 ½ in.




                                                   Celebrating our 41st year in business, we offer a range of fine 18th and 19thcentury antiques in our year-
                                                   round shop in a historic house in Yarmouth, Maine. Our inventory includes furniture, paintings, glass,
                                                   ceramics, hooked rugs, and a wide selection of antique and estate jewelry.
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 FISKE & FREEMAN, Ipswich, Mass. — Hugh turned bowl measuring 29½
 inches in diameter.

                                                      JEWETT-BERDAN,        Newcastle,
                                                      Maine — Two choice Maine paint
                                                      decorated boxes, circa 1835.




                                                                            Old York Antiques Show
                                                                               September 12-13
                                              MICHAEL J. WHITMAN
                                                                                  Discover The Source
                                              ANTIQUES, Fort Wash-
                                              ington, Penn. — English
                                              four-gallon petrol meas-
                                              ure, circa 1900.              ED WEISSMAN
                                                                                         Antiquarian




ED WEISSMAN ANTIQUARIAN, Portland, Maine — “Fishermen
Securing Their Boats” by Eugene Louis Gabriel Isabey (1803–1886), oil
on board, signed and dated 1875, 11¾ by 17¼ inches.




                                                                                               Queen Anne Walnut and Tiger Maple
                                                                                                      Bonnet Top Highboy
                                                                                                  Ht: 86” Width: 40” Depth: 21 1/2”


                                                                            110 Chapel Street                   Appointment Advised
                                                                            Portsmouth, NH 03801                      (603) 431-7575
   SEARS & TITHER, Somers, Conn. — Mold-blown glass water
                                                                                           www.EdWeissmanAntiques.com
   pitcher with applied handle and foot, Pittsburgh, Penn., 1830-                  email: Margaret@Ed WeissmanAntiques.com
   1845.
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   ED WEISSMAN ANTIQUARIAN, Portland, Maine
   — Nautical painting by H.R. Butman, 1932, oil on
   canvas signed lower left, 24 by 46 inches.                                                                          THE ANTIQUARIUM, Hollis Brodrick and
                                                                                                                       Sharon Platt, Portsmouth, N.H. — An unusual
                                                                                                                       early scalloped red painted shelf filled with
                                                                                                                       Eighteenth Century rosehead nailed treenware.




                                                                   THE BAROMETER SHOP, Cushing,
                                                                   Maine — Fabulous French wheel barom-
                                                                   eter with paper face made by Chambon,
                                                                   optician a Gisois, circa 1790. It retained
                                                                   the original thermometer, rosewood
                                                                   veneers and satinwood inlays.



                                                                   FISKE & FREEMAN, Ipswich, Mass. —                         SEARS & TITHER, Somers, Conn. — Ster-
                                                                   Dating from the Nineteenth Century, a                     ling water pitcher with unusual ice lip by
                                                                   painted wall dresser that will either                     Graff, Washbourne & Dunn, New York
                                                                   hang or stand.                                            City.




                                                                                                                                      Booth #10         Booth #11

                                                                                            Bluestone Terrace
                                                                                                  Café
                                                                                                                         Booth #9




                                                                                                                                       Booth #13        Booth #12
                                                                                                            Booth #8




                                                                                                                                    Booth #17   Booth #18   Booth #19
                                           Booth #3                       Booth #4
                                                                                      Booth #7
                                                                                                                        Booth #16
                        Booth #2

                                                                                                                                                         Booth #20
                                                                                           Visitor Center
                        Booth #1       Booth #6              Booth #5                 7. Bob Withington Antiques
                                                                                      8. R.C. Bowen
                                                                                                                        Booth #15   Booth #14

      Old Schoolhouse (1745)                      Jefferds’ Tavern (1754)
    1. A.E. Runge, Jr. Oriental Rugs          3. Fiske & Freeman
                                                                                                                                    Remick Barn (1834)
    2. Philadelphia Print Shop                4. James and Nancy Glazer                                                 9. Carlson and Stevenson Antiques
                                              5. The Antiquarium                                                        10. W.M. Schwind, Jr. Antiques & Fine Art
                                              6. John Hunt Marshall                                                     11. Jewett-Berdan Antiques
                                                                                                                        12. Sally Good Antiques
                                                                                                                        13. Sears and Tither
                                                                                                                        14. DeWolfe & Wood
                                                                                                                        15. Port n’ Starboard Gallery
                                                                                                                        16. Jonathan Trace Antiques
                                                                                                                        17. Michael J. Whitman Antiques
                                                                                                                        18. Michael Dunn Antiques
                                                                                                                        19. Ed Weissman Antiques
                                                                                                                        20. The Barometer Shop

				
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