D. Turi Antique Shows is excited to announce a one-day antiques event in Morris Township, New Jersey. The Summer Antiques Expo will take place on July 29 at the William G. Mennen Sports Arena. The air conditioned facility is conveniently located with easy access to routes 287, 202 and 10. There will be sixty-plus dealers showing everything from country Americana to jewelry and collectable porcelain to Oriental carpets, and more.
Debbie Turi is known primarily for her boutique shows such as Bedford, New York, and Glen Ridge, New Jersey. This larger show promises to have the same quality of dealers as her other venues, only bigger. “I believe shows are on a very positive trajectory and this is a exciting and fast-paced one-day show, that draws a huge crowd due to the great variety of merchandise being offered.”
Among the dealers exhibiting is Auerbach and Maffia from Montgomeryville, Pennsylvania. They are specialists in modernist jewelry. They have original examples from established masters of 20th century design representing the American Modernist Jewelry Movement as well as Scandinavian, Mexican, Israeli, and other international modernist jewelry designers, from the middle to the late 20th century.
Darius Nemati of Nemati Collection is known for antique and vintage Oriental rugs, as well as contemporary styles.
Sue and Kent Theurich have a varied selection which includes military, political, advertising pins, badges, medals, bottles, country, ANRI, jewelry, and other fine collectables. Other exhibitors include Brentiques with porcelain, glass, and good costume jewelry; Tom Keady, Of the Earth, with stoneware, 19th century furniture, and accessories, and many others ranging from 18th to 20th century offerings.
A highlight of the show will be Restoration by Louis. The owner, Louis Pirello, specializes in pottery and porcelain restoration, and prides himself on his meticulous methods of matching colors and glazes. Unlike many restorers, he assures his clients that he will not discolor or overspray their valued pieces. He will be set up on site to do repairs, so bring in your broken china and let him have a look.
So mark your calendars for July 29, 2018, at the William G. Mennen Sports Arena (a Facility of Morris County Parks Commission}, 161 East Hanover Ave. Morris Township, NJ 07950, for a great day of antiquing. For more information call 973.464-9793, or email@example.com.