Show hours are 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday. Admission is $5. Please no pets, said Louise Jesse, who is managing the event.
Dealers will set up in the pavilion and the parish hall, said Jesse.
Some of the returning dealers are Cynthia Unger’s sterling silver flatware and Louis Sikkelee Antiques, both from Richmond, Heritage House Antiques from Bland and Sterling Treasures from Camden, S.C.
Other returning dealers are Veronica Komansky from Bridgton, N.J. She deals in a fabulous mix of fine linens from tablecloths to tea towels. “Ronnie is the most exuberant of our antiques dealers this year ... her enthusiasm is matched by her great inventory,” said Jesse.
Also returning are Mark Semmes of Southern Traditions with early English and American furniture, a large selection of oriental rugs and fine ceramics and Dan Marquette of Dogwood Antiques of Deltona, Fla. He carries very fine Victorian and art glass.
Also returning are Status Symbol Antiques from Lynchburg, with fine furniture and Ostrich Hill Farm Antiques from Lititz, Pa., with an eclectic mixture of period, Art Deco, Retro furniture and accessories.
Local exhibitors include The Duke’s Mixture of Lively, Jeremy Peill Fine Paintings of Lancaster, and Dale Mauney Antiques of White Stone.
For directions, call 462-7960, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit EppingForestAntiques.com
The Corrotoman Hunt Club will operate the Antiquer’s Cafe, selling food and favorite beverages for hungry shoppers.