BEDFORD, N.Y. --The first Bedford Antiques Show is set for this weekend.
The show will run Saturday and Sunday at the Bedford Historical Society's Historical Hall across from the Village Green in Bedford, according to a press release. The show promises to bring together nearly 20 exhibitors, "all of whom have been invited to participate because of the quality, authenticity and diversity of their collections," according to the release.
“This unique event has been organized to fill a void in Northern Westchester after the Historical Society decided to retire its antique show this year,” said Brad Reh, estate jewelry specialist and producer of the new show, according to the release. “It allows well-respected dealers to continue to bring fine furniture, decorative objects, art and jewelry to a discerning and loyal clientele in an intimate venue right in their own backyard.”
The Bedford Antiques Show is set to feature "an exceptional and eclectic selection of items from the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries for perusal and purchase, including English and Belgian hall lanterns and hurricane shades, American and English furniture, and fine Estate Jewelry," according to the release.
Participating exhibitors include: Brad Reh, fine estate and signed jewelry; Debbie Turi, furniture, fine art; Fair Trade Antiques, British Colonial furniture and lighting; Fardin’s Antique Rugs, oriental rugs and textiles; Jaffe & Thurston, fine art and antiques; Donald Rich, period furniture and objects; Diane Davis, porcelain and small furniture; Knollwood Antiques LLC, furnishings for the home including lighting, mirrors, art and accessories, and more, according to the release.
To preview some of the pieces that will be on display, visit the Bedford Antiques Show website.
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