The Antiques Show and Sale this weekend in Glen Ridge showcases furniture, fine china, decorative items and art work from days gone by. A delicate 1894 Limoges gravy boat sits across the aisle from a piece of 1920’s Weller Pottery with a Woodland Roma design. Vendor John Eagle offers folk art from the mid 20th century including a carved wooden face from defunct amusement park along with a collection of Sioux Indian items crafted on the Dakota Plains. CJ Brown’s booth features vintage table cloths, tea towels, napkins and hankies. The Ledoux Trading Company has beaded handbags, buttons and writing instruments from the “Roaring Twenties.” Appraiser Richard Nerger, of Green Pond, NJ is on site to give verbal appraisals and answer questions about items that guests bring to the show. This annual antiques showcase, now in its 67th year, is held at the Glen Ridge Congregational Church at 195 Ridgewood Avenue, Glen Ridge. It continues today, Saturday,from 10 am to 4 pm.