WILTON, Conn. -- The Wilton Historical Society and Barn Star Productions will host the second annual Wilton Fall Antiques Market on Sunday, Oct. 26 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The event will be held at the Wilton High School Field House at 395 Danbury Road (Route 7) in Wilton, and benefits the Wilton Historical Society.
Casual collectors and antiques experts will enjoy this event as it caters to all tastes. Items on display include everything from period Americana and European antiques to fine art, stoneware and red ware pottery, quilts and samplers, game boards, folk art, painted and decorated furniture, lamps, fine ceramics including Staffordshire, Delft, Mocha, Chinese export and hundreds of accessories.
With the cancellation of the Rhinebeck Antiques Fair originally scheduled for Columbus Day weekend, the Wilton Fall Antiques Market has expanded its floor plan to accommodate many of those exhibitors.
“This fall, we have an excellent group of 90 talented and enthusiastic exhibitors and the quality and diversity of their offerings will dazzle even the most discriminating buyers,'' show manager Frank Gaglio said.
Admission is $10. The show café will be open for lunch, parking is free and the entire show is mobility impaired accessible.
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