May 23, 2013

Tinicum Outdoor Antique Show To Boast A Variety Of Collectibles

The Tinicum Outdoor Antique Show will be held on Sunday, June 2, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Tinicum Park, Route 32 (River Road), Erwinna, Pa. The site is located just 15 miles north of New Hope, Pa., and is across the Delaware River Bridge from Frenchtown, N.J. The show is held rain or shine. This year there will also be a large tent with several dealers displaying their antiques under cover. All dealers, however, come prepared in case of inclement weather.
This show is sponsored by the Tinicum Civic Association and managed by Ellen Katona and Bob Lutz.
Exhibitors will be filling the field with wonderful and affordable antiques in this beautiful location overlooking the Delaware River. They represent most of the Northeast and will be displaying directly from their vehicles.
Items to be found will include country furniture, quilts, folk art, stoneware and other pottery, architectural and garden antiques, period furniture, jewelry, oriental rugs, early glass, kitchen collectibles, ephemera, Victorian antiques, and other antiques and collectibles. There may also be the very unusual and rare item that a collector has been looking for.
A sampling of the dealers who will be represented are: Chesapeake Country Antiques, Chester, Md.; Mary Beach Antiques, Bryn Mawr, Pa.; Ayscough Antiques showing country antiques, Chadds Ford, Pa.; Steve Zluky with antique tools, Whitehouse, N.J.; Antiques at the Old Church, Bethlehem, Pa.; Joseph Vey, Glenside, Pa., displaying a large assortment of fine silver; Nancy Fulton and Warren Moser with early implements and weaponry, Point Pleasant, Pa.; Rich Gryziec selling early samplers and folk art, Hanover Township, Pa.; Pineapple Antiques, Doylestown, Pa.; Stone & Wares, Princeton, N.J.; Tom Keady, specializing in decorated stoneware, Blairstown, N.J.; Carol Brown displaying textiles, Staten Island, N.Y.; and Olde Country Antiques, Hightstown, N.J. A variety of other vendors will showcase wares as well.
Food will be provided all day at the food tent at the entrance of the field.
Admission is $6 per person; $5 with this press release. For further information, interested individuals may contact the managers at 856-459-2229 or 609-865-9846. They may also be reached via email at