Oakville Vintage & Antique Show
November 15 – 16, 2014
St. Volodymyr Cultural Centre
Many of Ontario’s best dealers set up in Oakville’s spacious and modern St. Volodymyr Cultural Centre. This show’s exceptional line-up of professional dealers will make it one of the GTA’s top tier shows for both quality and variety.
Hours: Saturday 10am until 5pm and Sunday 11am until 4pm
Admission: adults $7.00, children under 13 free
Lots of free parking
Dealers at Oakville 2014 – a strong line up
Atlantis Antiques, Burlington Annegret and Klaus Mette of Atlantis Antiques specialize in providing fine antique and estate silver, odd silver plate items, antique and estate jewellery, art glass, as well as hard to find and specialty items. They always have a wonderful selection of period smaller decorative and collectible items including clocks, bronzes, oil and water colour paintings.
Valerie and Bill Hammond, Out of the Attic Antiques, Kitchener Their specialty is jewellery, both costume and fine. Valerie Hammond is the author of “All That Glitters”, the only reference and values guide in print dealing with Sherman jewellery. You can see her on Rogers Daytime with her show “All about Antiques”. She recently sent photos of some excellent pieces she has found on an early fall buying trip.
Canadian Country Furniture Always prominent at Oakville, refinished Country furniture is the specialty of 3 veteran Ontario dealers. The Brooklin Antiquarian, Land and Ross Antiques and Pollikers each sell excellent quality product. Land and Ross tend toward western Ontario pieces, cherry and maple. Gerry Marks, the Polliker, often brings back Island furniture from his summer place in PEI, and David Stewart, BA, leans toward pine, and loves very big pieces. See them all at Oakville.
Sean George Pressed Glass and Goblets, Arthur also deals in an excellent line of Canadian glass. He’ll have depression, pressed glass, brilliant cut and more.
Maple Glen Antiques, Orton, ON – Margaret Black collects and sells vintage textiles, linens and quilts, plus related collectibles.
Samantha Howard Vintage, Toronto Specializing in Midcentury Modern Design, including Scandinavian ceramics and glass, with a special interest in Midcentury Scandinavian and Canadian jewellery. For this show, Sam is teaming up with Andrew Zegers Design. Andrew specializes in Midcentury Modern furnishings and Midcentury Italian Art Glass.
Duncan McLaren, Lord Durham Rare Books, St. CatharinesDuncan and partner Julia buy and sell antiquarian books, maps, prints, manuscripts, ephemera, photos and fine art. First time at Oakville, they’ll have a wide ranging display of books, art and ephemera, much of it of investment quality.
Elke Ramstead Antiques, Toronto “I now carry a full case of timeless Georg Jensen Danish silver jewellery and am the only dealer in Ontario doing so. As well, I also have large amounts of amber, coral, jade and ivory. I do very well with the Jensen – I even have a buyer that comes over all the way from Prague every 4 months or so just to buy it as it is so difficult to get these days.”
It’s exciting times at Acacia Restorations, Dundas.We have been known for some time as the restorers who make your antique furniture look beautiful again as well as maintain their integrity and historical value. Now, we are expanding our business to include the restoration of Architectural Detail – wood trim, windows, doors etc to which we apply a London oil finish. As with the furniture, all work will be done by hand with traditional methods and materials. At the Oakville Antique Show, we will be featuring some of these details in our booth. www.acaciarestorations.ca
Treasure Box Antiques, Midland “At Oakville, we’re doing ‘Country Christmas’ a broad assortment – gifts to fill the wish list. We’ll have antique sleighs, snowshoes, bridge lamps, furniture, crystal, jewellery, silverware, wicker, and a lot more.”
Brittanic Antiques, Jordan “We have always enjoyed dealing in a more formal look, for example this Oak Welsh Dresser.”
Several Dealers were new to 2013 Oakville, including:
Peter Frampton, Brooklin Doesn’t do many shows, but when he does, he shows up with outstanding British, European and Asian decorative arts.
Michael Kamoff-Nickofsky, Ottawa – For years has bought and sold Victoriana, fine European decorative arts and paintings. Well-known to patrons of the old Sherway show.
Mark Poulin, Punchcolour Art, Grimsby – has a passion for graphic vintage labels and poster art, and has been busy preparing a spectacular booth at Oakville.
David Keough and William Pinkney, Hamilton – Veteran dealers with an excellent collection of traditional antiques, from a vast inventory that often includes surprises.
Fred Schokker and Marilyn Black, Hamilton Look for large scale European furniture here. Plus accessories such as clocks, lamps and paintings.
35 Dealer experts in all, including:
- BC Antiques, Mississauga Mid century modern and some industrial.
- Treasure Hut Antiques, Paris “Along with our antique and estate jewelry ,we will have the usual good glass and china.”
- Land and Ross, Shakespeare – Western Ontario pine and cherry 19th century furniture in move in condition.
- Richard Fulton, Toronto – estate jewellery
- Michael Rowan, Green River – an expert in Canadian folk art, native artifacts, ethnic furniture, Michael recently co-authored an important reference book ‘Canadian Folk Art to 1950′ and will have copies for sale at Oakville.
- Gerry Marks, Pollikers, Greenwood – country pine and folk art
- Judith Mureika and daughter Julia, , Hamilton – excellent textiles, linens and quilts, plus great sewing collectibles and smalls.
- Pat and Wayne McKaig, Pineridge Country House, Bayfield – very good selection of country themed artifacts and decorative pieces.
- David Stewart, The Brooklin Antiquarian, Brooklin – refinished pine furniture
Oakville 2011 Video
Click on this link to see video of the 2011 Oakville show.
Make a day of it!
Start your day with a great antique show. Then enjoy a superb lunch featuring home made Ukrainian food – perogies, cabbage rolls, sausage, and more – in the show’s Fireside Lounge. Later, head downtown to browse in Oakville’s downtown shopping district.
Where is the show?
St. Volodymyr Cultural Centre 1280 Dundas St. W. (Highway 5)
Oakville, ON L6M 4H9
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