The Glen Ridge Antiques Show attracts some of the finest and most diverse dealers from the North East, and a dedicated team of volunteers who graciously welcome guests and exhibitors alike. The show regularly attracts over 1,000 patrons over two days and gives all proceeds to people in need throughout the County via ten local charities.
The show’s clientele returns year after year for its wide selection of antique furniture, art, jewelry, pottery and collectibles. Both the serious collector and casual browser alike appreciate the diverse variety available.
This year’s show features a mix of dealers who have been with the show for decades to those exhibiting for the first time.
G.A. Cirillo Antiques. Gerry is long time collector of Americana and American Antiques. In his second year with us, he will be bringing an eclectic display of Americana, signs and furniture;
Sabinia A. Wood Art Antiques, a highly respected dealer well known in the industry for a well-curated assortment of quality period unique antiques;
Jamie’s Antiques, who always displays a beautiful assortment of jewelry, great costume and silver;
Lara Joyce Antiques will, as always, have their exciting eclectic mix of antiques;
Francis Crespo of Francis Crespo Antiques & Folk Art will display a unique collection of folk art and accessories.
As with every show, patrons of this year’s Glen Ridge Antiques Show will have the opportunity to relax over lunch or dinner featuring meals designed and prepared by a skilled team of local home chefs. A variety of a la carte choices will be offered for lunch and will be served both days. Dinner will be served on Friday, February 1st. Fresh, homemade baked goods, tea and coffee will be for sale and served in the show’s Café during all show hours.
Admission is $9, or $7 with a show card or ad.
Show hours are Friday, February 1st from 10am to 9pm and Saturday, February 2nd from
10am to 4pm.
An appraiser will be on hand Saturday from 12 – 4 to provide estimated values of portable items for a nominal fee of $5 per item. A porcelain and china restoration service will also be available on Saturday.
The Glen Ridge Congregational Church is located at 195 Ridgewood Avenue, Glen Ridge, only blocks away from Bloomfield Avenue and various NJ Transit train and bus lines. For directions, please visit our website www.glenridgeantiques.com. For additional information, please call 973-743-5596. You can also visit us on Facebook.