Booth Talks Schedule
Saturday, February 11
2:00 pm – John Atzbach Antiques (Booth 3123)
Introduction to Fabergé
Learn about the history, styles, and techniques of Fabergé. See examples of the high quality and intricate workmanship that goes into each piece.
3:00 pm – Haig’s of Rochester (Booth 2403)
Chinese textiles go back thousands of years and as a result there is a vast amount of textile art. Examples are found in both museums and private collections, there are many examples of antique Chinese textiles found in today’s marketplace, along with a number of skillfully and not so well produced reproductions. See beautiful examples of the skill of the weaver and embroiderer, and learn about their history and value, through a power point presentation and many examples we will have on display. Feel free to bring a textile to share or learn about.
4:00 pm – Antique Cupboard (Booth 600)
Discovering Silver: Modern to Mid-Century Modern
See museum quality silver by Tiffany and Co., Devecchi and others. Learn about the history of flatware from a bygone era. See a set of silver flatware used on a Star Trek episode.
Sunday, February 12
2:00 pm – D & E Singer (Booth 4115)
The History of the Wedding Ring
The concept of offering a ring as a pledge of love and devotion goes back thousands of years. Trace the history of the wedding ring through various cultures, countries, and traditions from ancient times until the present day.
3:00 pm – Imagination Unlimited Silver (Booth 5412)
Georg Jensen, Siversmithy has become a world renowned name synonymous with high quality design. Learn more about the designers that create these fabulous pieces of silver.
4:00 pm – Greenwald Antiques (Booth 5513)
“These are a few of our favorite things”
Second generation dealers, Ronald and Robin Greenwald (twins), have exhibited at this show for 40 plus years, displaying “a few of their favorite things” year after year.
Come meet Ron and Robin and enjoy a casual discussion about their “favorite things of 2017.