Oakville Vintage & Antique Show
November 11 – 12, 2017
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 $8.00, children under 13 free
Lots of free parking
Dealers at Oakville 2016 – a very strong line up
Gwen and Michael Chvalevich, Shadyside Investments, Newmarket
Long time collectors/dealers who have a special interest in oil lamps. They bring an excellent variety of lamps, clear, coloured, composite and more. Also, an impressive array of pressed glass goblets. And recently, Gwen and Mike have been bringing out some very impressive Ontario pottery.
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.
Richard Flensted-Holder Antiques, Toronto Richard is one of Canada’s top authorities on silver. His booth will feature a wide range of silver tablewares and decorative pieces.
Andrew Zegers, Zegers Design, Toronto
High profile dealer Andrew Zegers has passions
for Mid Century Modern, fine art glass, and vintage menswear. He also has an excellent eye for Canadiana. He sent this stunning photo for Oakville.
“Tiger maple and cherry butler’s chest, Halton County circa1845. Chest was found in long term storage, at the Oakville Museum (it retains it’s museum inventory number, and tags). It was deaccessioned in early 2015, now fully restored, it will be available at the Oakville Show.”
Ken and Holly Newland, A Tick in Tyme Antiques, Bloomfield
Eclectic would be an accurate description of what Holly and Ken bring to a show. Very good quality and a wide range of styles. Always some good advertising, as in the Savage Rifle counter sign and the MG logo shown here.
The Brooklin Antiquarian, Port Perry
David sells excellent quality product. Look for Ontario pieces, pine, cherry and maple.
Judith Mureika and Julia Wright, Hamilton, ON
Excellent textiles, linens and quilts, plus great sewing collectibles and decorative smalls.
- A beautiful pair of French brass candelabra ca 1900
- An 1890′s 3 piece silk moire dress labeled “Au Bon Marche” Paris.
- Large micro-beaded purse ca 1920′s with 800 silver frame featuring putti and grape vines.
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.
Jeffrey Reid, Splurge Antiques, Toronto sets up an extremely well-appointed booth offering 19th century furniture both formal and Canadiana, decorative arts including ceramics, art glass and Canadian art pottery, historic and contemporary paintings as well as great folk art. Jeffrey has become synonymous with a great looking booth featuring great pieces.
Linda Buckley, Antiques by Linda, Cambridge
This is her first appearance at Oakville. Linda deals in vintage clothing and accessories, vintage/antique decor, with a leaning toward the eclectic. Among the great things she is bringing to Oakville is a lovely pair of Art Deco nude bookends, attributed to Frankart Inc., New York.
Jon Clark, London, Specialist in Pressed Glass
Kieren and Laraine Hall, Acacia Restorations, Dundas
We at Acacia Restorations are as usual looking forward to participating in the Oakville Antique show this November.
We acquired some rather interesting 18th century Dutch marquetry pieces this year which we are in the process of restoring to make them ready for the show. Although marquetry may not be the most popular item currently on the furniture scene, we endeavour to show our public pieces which were lovingly made by craftsmen all those years ago, after all quality and care are timeless! The picture is a sneak peak of the drop front desk we will be displaying.
This picture of Kieren Hall, proprietor of Acacia Restorations was taken at Christie antique show this fall still proudly wearing the Gadsden vendor badge, memories of previous Christie shows, when the weather seemed to cooperate more readily.
Looking forward to seeing our fans at the show and also meeting new folks.
Cheers, Kieren and Laraine Hall
Pat and Penny George, Treasure Hut Antiques, Paris
Excellent ceramics, Royal Doulton, great jewellery – this sums up Treasure Hut.
“Treasure Hut will be bringing a nice selection of Moorcroft
in various colours and patterns. We will also have some beautiful Moser glass dating from 1880′s. Also our usual selection of vintage jewelry and Royal Doulton figurines. Looking forward to meeting our friends at Oakville.”
Maria Belpulsi, Classic Touch Upholstery and Refinishing, Mississauga
“We are a successful family business established in 1989, committed to offering only the best quality craftsmanship. Our business has been built on reputation and we have been pleasing our customers with our outstanding work for over 26 years and continue to do so.
We offer in-home consultations and advise and assist you with your selection of fabrics and services.”
Michael Kamoff-Nicolsky, Times Past Antiques, Prescott – For years has bought and sold Victoriana, fine European decorative arts and paintings. Well-known to patrons of the old Sherway show.
Terence Durrant, Jimson’s Antiques, Toronto.
An Oakville regular now, he has over 20 years experience as a dealer of antiques, curiosities and decorative art.
Terence sent in 3 photos which clearly indicate the quality of his wares.
1. Pair of Japanese bronze tigers.
2. Boxed pair of 12″ english silver stuffing spoons by Mary Chawner. London, 1836.
3. English silver chatelaine. Birmingham 1902
Jill and John Flechl, Lancome Antiques, Dundas
Veteran dealers and new to Oakville, Jill and John sell a wide range of antiques, vintage and art. Jill sends a number of photos, listed here (but not all shown): Tulipwood console table; Louis XV design vitrine in the vernis martin manner; Louis Etienne Marie Albert Lefevre – Patinated and gilt bronze study of Two Medieval Founders Holding a Massive Bell; Lalique moulded and frosted glass vase; Heart shaped parquetry inlaid table; 19th Century bronze study of Rearing Horse and Attendant.
35 Dealer experts in all, including:
- Glen Manor Gallery, Shakespeare – formal furniture, fine English and European ceramics.
- Richard Fulton Antiques,Toronto – antique and estate jewellery and decorative arts
- Ray Miller Antiques,Toronto – eclectic and unusual curiosities
- Tom Keeling, Plantation Antiques,Toronto – antique and estate jewellery and smalls
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.
- Don’t miss Gracie’s Mennonite Christmas Cookies – a very special appearance by Gracie and her team, most delicious Christmas cookies, home baked in Mennonite Country, for sale at the show Saturday only!
Where is the show?
St. Volodymyr Cultural Centre1280 Dundas St. W. (Highway 5)
Oakville, ON L6M 4H9
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- St Volodymyr Cultural Centre – www.svccoakville.com
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