Mid-Winter Antique Show

Close up image of an antique clear glass rooster attached to the top of a clear glass piece. The background is blurred.

Mid-Winter Antique Show

Discover something old that’s new to you! Located inside the WheatonArts Event Center, this show spotlights approximately 40 quality dealers, attracting thousands of visitors from the Mid-Atlantic region. Come and explore a wide array of antique furniture, books, ceramics, glass, jewelry, linens, memorabilia, paper, toys, pottery, primitives, vintage accessories, and more. Admission is $7.00 per person. Tickets are available online and at the front door. 

2024 Show hours:

Saturday, January 27
WheatonArts Members Preview at 9 a.m.
General Public from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Sunday, January 28
10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

A collection of old cameras lined up side by side.

Antique Vendors

See the current list of Antique Vendors below. More vendors to come! 

Alice Bailey Antiques
Arlene Rabin Antiques
Back to the Future Gifts
Barbara’s Unique Mix
Bear Handed
Bob Lutz – American Antiques
Delaware Avenue Antiques
Doris’s Antiques
Edmund R DeHaven
Elwood Antiques
Estate Rescuers, LLC
Gring’s Antiques
Harper Ewing Antiques
Imagine Antiques
J’s Antiques
Jim & Carol Leach
Karen O’Neill Antiques
Main St. Antiques
Me N My Partner

New Jersey Estate Sale Liquidators
Old Dog Antiques
Peter Fury Antiques
Rachel’s Dowry
Robin’s Nest Antiques
Stephanie’s Stuff
Stouch Studios
Sweet Sally’s Vintage
Something Old
The Acorn Post
Timberdoodle Antiques
The Very Thing
Victor Scaranda Antiques
Von Rhine Antiques
William Thomas Antiques
Yesterday’s LLC

Image of antique jewelry at the WheatonArts Mid-Winter Antique Show. There are five necklaces resting on necklace stands. The pendant on the left is round with various shades of green and a black beaded chain. The necklace next to it is a two layer white beaded necklace with alternating large and small white beads. Next to that necklace is a green hexagon-shaped pendant with red and gold dots in a floral like pattern on a gold chain. The necklace around it has small purple beads and five visible longer silver beads to separate the purple beads into even sections. The necklace on the right is a gold triangular wrap with a gold tassel that has a gold bead at the top. Below the necklace stands are five bracelets. Three are yellow, one is gold, and the other is white. A clear ring holder and a gold antique jewelry box sit next to them on the right side of the image. Below those are more necklaces resting on white square doilies. The necklaces are made up of various sizes of purple, blue, yellow, red, green and gold beads and chains. One also has a gold diamond shaped pendant with a gold jewel in the middle.
Image of two antique creamers and plates at the WheatonArts Mid-Winter Antique Show. The pieces are white with blue floral designs. One creamer also has the blue landscape of a city along with the blue floral details.
Image of antique glass vases and dishes at the WheatonArts Mid-Winter Antique Show. There are nine glass pieces shown. The pieces are various shades of purple, yellow, white, and clear glass shades.
A midde-aged man with silver hair and glasses, wearing a light blue sweatshirt, is standing with his back to the camera in front of a collection of antique paintings and plates. At the bottom of the image are two large multicolored plates, and the one on the right has pink & blue flowery orbs. At the top of the image is a large painting of a shed surrounded by snows and trees, next to a variety of smaller paintings.

Special for Antique Show Attendees

Watch live artist demonstrations in the Glass Studio and Pottery Studio throughout the day! The award-winning Museum Stores will also be open during the Antique Show from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. 

Weekend Food Vendors 
Macs & Munchies
Top Shelf Mobile Cuisine

A child is wearing a blue button up and safety goggles while designing a pendant to be fused in the center of the image. At the bottom of the image are materials for the pendant place in cups. There are 3 cups of materials and 3 containers of beads. The first cup on the left contains green glass pieces, the middle cup contains small blue glass , and the right contains small yellow glass. The pendant in the center has an orange base, a blue square glass fragment, a blue and yellow fragment, a square black fragment, and a bright yellow fragment. The kid is holding a small design tool in his right hand.

Fused Glass Magnet, Pendant, or Suncatcher

Fee-based, Education Studio, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. 
Create a fused glass magnet, pendant, or suncatcher beginning with pre-fused glass blanks. Using small pre-cut pieces of glass and an assortment of accessory glass, including frit and stringers, create a design to be tack fused. After firing your fused glass, our artists will attach a bail, magnet, or leather cord, depending on your project choice. In one week, completed glass projects will be ready to pick up or ship (for a fee). This glass fusing activity has a discounted fee of $10 per magnet/pendant and $20 per suncatcher. 

More 2024 show information coming soon, please check again later for updates.