Arts & Antiques guide
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Paul Gratz and Lorraine Cahill standing in Paul Gratz’s living room. His home is often used as a gallery and shows are held there. Opposite, “Bridge 1 Lane,” painted in 2016 by Lorraine Cahill.
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Paul Gratz, gallery owner and conservator, provides services to museums, historical societies, government institutions, universities, churches, and private collectors
ou discovered a rare oil painting in your family’s attic and it is rather dusty and torn. Perhaps you are interested in a painting in an upcoming art auction but do not know if the condition matches the price tag. Maybe your Great Aunt Gertie left you a painting that has been in the family for generations and the frame desperately needs new gilding. All of these situations require the help of an art conservator with years of expe-
rience. Many clients in the area call upon Paul Gratz, owner and president of Doylestown’s Gratz Gallery & Conservation Studio. At Gratz Gallery & Conservation Studio, their motto is “Investment is a Fine Art.” The full-service art investment firm has a gallery, along with a conservation studio. The gallery buys and sells 19th and 20th century American paintings, emphasizing the New Hope School, the Philadelphia Ten, and artists from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. “We specialize in American art,
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but will cover anything from the Old Masters to Abstract Expressionists,” Gratz adds. In business for over 35 years, the gallery also offers fine art framing services, including custom chop frames and hand carved 22-karat yellow or white gold or metal leaf gilded frames. ver at the studio, you’ll find Gratz busy at work with his team of conservators. His formal training started at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and was developed through apprenticeships with some of the nation’s most respected art conservators. Since 1982, he has provided his services to museums, historical societies, government institutions, universities, churches, and private collectors. In addition, Gratz is a founding member of the Society of Gilders. The Conservation Studio handles oil paintings, gold leaf objects, and architectural gilding. The experienced staff can do complex repairs to frames. They can even provide detailed treatment plans for fine art that has been damaged by fire, smoke, or flooding. What about appraisals? According to Gratz, there is a staff of accredited appraisers who can appraise fine art. “We offer free appraisals. I stress that you should not try to clean or restore a painting yourself. Instead, get a professional’s opinion. I have had customers in the past who have tried to clean a painting and they ruin it. A lot of the time, the value of
the painting is sentimental. It is not about money, but family heirlooms, things that have been passed down through the generations,” Gratz says. At your appointment, you will get the details on what needs to be done. Gratz notes that most treatments take between four to six weeks for painting conservation. Each painting is different. There are many variables. What is the size of the painting? Does the painting need to be cleaned? Is the painting torn? Is there flaking paint? “Upon approval of the appraisal, we begin the packing, removal, and transportation of your collection to our conservation studio, where we will expertly restore your art to its original condition in a timely manner. We will provide full insurance coverage for your art throughout the process as well as full treatment reports upon its completion. Return delivery and installation also is provided.” Another service Gratz provides is auction assistance. “I will attend art auctions with clients. They will ask my opinion before they buy. Auctions will not always tell you the condition of a painting. You could be bidding on a painting that has had a 50 percent over paint, which totally destroys the value of the painting. It is really important to know everything about the condition of the painting before you purchase it.” Over the years, Gratz has come across some unique finds in his conservation. “I
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Opposite top, the outside of the conservation studio at Gratz Gallery & Conservation Studio. Opposite center, Lorraine Cahill is observing a Walter Schofield painting, “Cottage by a Fence,” 1937. The magnifying glasses that she is wearing helps her find areas that need cleaning up and restoration. Opposite bottom right, Paul Gratz using a microscope to find imperfections and areas that need work on the painting, “Caroline Schooner Yacht” 1865, painted by Arthur Wellington Fowles (a client’s grandfather). Top, “New York City,” 1954 painted by Joseph Delaney. Bottom, paintings from a show in an exhibition room in the Gratz Gallery by Bernard Harmon. On left is “Kids Talking” and right “School Girl,” both painted in 1968.
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“Peonies with Japanese screen”
oil 18” x 24”
“Still Life with an Inner Glow” Exquisite Textural Classics
by JUNE L. MAXWELL, PSA, Master Pastelist Original Paintings in Pastel and Oil
MAXWELL STUDIO/GALLERY 215-884-2401 email: JuneLMaxwell@aol.com www.junelmaxwell.com
Tues-Sat by Appointment
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have worked on paintings that were not signed. When the painting was cleaned, it ended up with a signature from a major American artist. I have had Andrew Wyeth paintings where he changed the figures and he added different signatures. He changed the way that he signed his paintings. Originally, he would sign in a block lettering like his father N.C., and then he changed to the script signature that is his trademark. I have worked on many paintings that have had painting over top, and the painting underneath is totally different. I found a 19th-century English portrait of a woman that turned out to be from 1640 as a fragment from a very large can-
I have had Andrew
Wyeth paintings where he changed the figures and he added different signatures.
vas, an Old Masters painting.” Gratz has all kinds of interesting tools to examine paintings. “You want a professional that has the proper tools and equipment. I have an infrared video camera that shows paintings not visible to the naked eye. It shows you the original composition. We can go a step further with an Xray. I also have a stereo microscope when I do cleaning tests at the edge of the canvas to make sure that we are not removing the paint just the dirt from the varnish layers. This is important. There are people that do restoration but they do not use a microscope. They can skin a painting and remove layers rather than just the varnish itself. We also perform pigment analysis and offer the latest methods in linings. Our goal is to honor the original intention of the artist.” To protect your paintings at home,
the Smithsonian Museum Conservation Institute offers some reminders. First, keep paintings away from dirt and heat. Heat dries out the material of the painting, speeding up the process of natural aging. As hot air rises, it carries dirt with it. Heat sources also can soften paint. Dirt and debris are easily trapped in the softened paint and varnish. Second, keep paintings away from water. Moisture will weaken the paint layers and eventually cause paint loss. The support and ground are the most sensitive components of the painting to water damage. If damage to these is pervasive, further damage to the paint and varnish may occur. Third, keep paintings away from humidity. Last but not least, keep paintings away from ultraviolet light. Fugitive dyes and colorants used in the paints will eventually discolor under exposure to ultraviolet light. The fading of pigments and dyes in paintings will affect the color balance of the image. The intensity and wavelengths of light used in displaying graphic art is generally safe for paintings. If you are looking for a new painting for your collection, mark your calendars for an upcoming special exhibition at Gratz Gallery & Conservation Studio, The Love of Impressionism: The Beauty of Bucks County. It will be open from October through December. It will feature Pennsylvania Impressionist painters such as Daniel Garber and Edward Redfield. The gallery and studio are open Wednesday through Saturday from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. Sunday hours are from 12 to 6 p.m. The direct line is 215-3482500. Gratz Gallery & Conservation Studio is located at 5230 Silo Hill Road in Doylestown. You can visit the art firm online through Facebook or www.gratz gallery.com. For more information on art conservation, you can contact Paul Gratz directly at 215-527-3632 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. MARY BETH SCHWARTZ
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As You Like It Celebrates 30 Years
my Rieser, owner of As You It Gallery & Frame Studio, is
celebrating her business’s 30th Anniversary on October
19. There will be food and wine. Amy Rieser takes framing
seriously. “It’s all I ever really wanted to do’” she says. When looking half-heartedly for a summer job, a 16 year-old Amy
ran into a framer at a farmer’s market, and he hired her immediately. She loved it. It was a creative outlet that Amy
never suspected existed. Since then, she went to college and got her degree in psychology, but framing remained her true love. She considers herself, “really blessed” and landed a job
as framer right out of school. In no time she was managing the shop and then eventually opened her own. It is now 30 years that she has been in business. She is known for her cre-
ative ways of framing heirlooms, memorabilia, awards, and of course, paintings. Her attitude is playful and yet her framing of
military memorials for a deceased relative can bring a tear to the eye, just looking at it. She says her slogan is, “We frame emotions.” As You
Like It Gallery & Frame Studio is located at 5820 Lower York Road (Rt. 202), Lahaska, PA 18931. Amy can be reached at 215-794-ARTS (2787). You can also visit her at www.asyoulikeitgallery.com or email her at email@example.com.
Small Works Are Back
anal Frame-Crafts Gallery is once again showcasing their artists in the Annual Holiday Small Works Show. Featuring over 35 artists with new ‘smaller’ works in a
variety of styles and mediums, this is a great way to kick off the Holiday Season. Works will change throughout the show, which opens with a reception on Sunday November 13 from Jacob’s Garden Canal Frame-Crafts Gallery is located at 1093 General Greene Rd. in
Washington Crossing, PA 18977. For more information, call 215-493-3660 or visit www.CanalFrame.com.
oys, Comic Books & Pop Culture Collectibles of all ages and genres. Categories include Action
Figures, Comic Books, Cereal/Radio Premiums, Disneyana, Sports, TV/Move Character Items,
Dolls,Trains, LEGO,Video Games, Die-Cast, Slot Cars,Tin, Pressed Steel, Mego, Horror, Sci-Fi, Model
Kits, Non-sports Cards.With over 2000 lots sold every month, Sellersville Auction offers an array
of methods to achieve the highest value for your toys and collectibles with all auctions featuring online bidding! We offer competitive commission rates and the lowest buyers premium in the industry to keep more money in your pocket.Visit SellersvilleAuction.com.
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isiting Emele’s antiques is an educational experience. Owned by Jim and Victoria
Emele, their store is right on the property. It is actually housed in two buildings. When you pull
in you will see a store in a building to the left but
if you continue, you will see a large building that has two floors; one full of antiques. Emele’s spe-
cializes in formal and high country. “Just about
everything here has the original finish. I am not interested in antiques that have been refinished
and repainted, Jim says. He loves to give first time visitors a tour and a lecture that he calls Antiques 101. He can tell you where the most
obscure piece comes from and what it was used
for. He likes to show things like painting that can give a piece a faux paneled look or how crafts-
men would match wood grains so that a natural
pattern would be seen in the finish. In Emele’s Antiques everything from painted pine dry sinks to Queen Anne and Chippendale furniture can
be found and in remarkable condition. Emele’s Antiques is located 443 Route 313, Dublin, PA 18917. For more information, call 215-249-9123.
Artisan Marketplace In Doylestown
rtisan Marketplace features all American goods handcrafted by over 350 artisans. All items are available for delivery and hand
giftwrapping. Domenic and Joanne Graziano are very excited about their Doylestown store, which opened right after Mother’s Day last year. At their Southampton address, Artisan Marketplace and Domenic
Graziano Flowers share the same entranceway. In the Doylestown
stor,e there are separate entrances. The owners of the building wanted
the Grazianos to move in on Mother’s Day, but that was impossible since it is the busiest time of the year for any florist. So now Artisan
Marketplace has two locations. The familiar one at 60 James Way, # 3, Southampton, PA 18966; and their all-new store at Shops At Veteran’s
Lane, 132 Veteran’s Lane, Doylestown, PA 18901. Artisan Marketplace can be reached at 215-355-1550 and you can visit them on the Web at www.localartisanmarket.com.
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Frank Arcuriâ€™s Recent Work
rank Arcuri will have an exhibition of his recent work at
inspire him, his compositions are splendid in their colors and dra-
Opening reception will be on October 22, 5â€“8 p.m. Mr. Arcuri
ful joy. Mr. Arcuri has exhibited widely most notably at Eleanor
both in New York. He is well known for his classically inspired,
and in Hong Kong. Awards include those from Bianco Gallery, the
Patricia Hutton Galleries from October 22 to November 20.
studied at the School of Visual Arts and the Art Students League beautifully rendered still life paintings. He is a master at bringing to
life the beauty of a rose, the glow of an apple, the profundity of the everyday beauty that surrounds us. Like the Dutch Masters who
matic in their use of light and shadow. His paintings assert a peaceEttinger Gallery in New York City, Catto Gallery, London England
Phillips' Mill Art Exhibition and the Salmagundi Club. Patricia
Hutton Galleries is located at 47 West State Street, Doylestown, PA 18901; 215-348-1728.
New Merchandise On Daily Basis
ant a dry sink, an old-fashioned jewelry box? Makefield Collection of
Antiques and Art is a group of shops, which
sell everything from collectibles, antiques, depression glass, old toys, antique furniture
and handcrafted reproduction furniture. Makefield Collection of Antiques & Art has over 7,000 square feet and 50 plus vendor
where you will find a charming atmosphere
and see many fine antiques and vintage items. With new merchandise arriving on a daily basis you'll be sure to find something of inter-
est. The Makefield Collection of Antiques and
Art is located at 761 Durham Rd, Pineville, PA 18946; 215-598-8830.
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Antiques, Decorative And Functional
ntiques tell us much about our history and the kinds of style and furnishings that our ancestors had in days gone
by. Antiques can be decorative like the weathervanes and the
old architect sign in this photo. They also can be functional like the small blue cabinet. Stone House Antiques Center has 30 dealers in residence. "Stone House" is named after the gracious
main building, also known as the Thomas Walton House, which
predates 1814, and which is listed on the National Registry of Historic Places. Located on State Highway 413 in the Bucks County historic crossroads village of Mechanicsville, PA, Stone
House has in a short time become a premier destination for
quality Antiques, Furniture, Artifacts, Art and Vintage goods. Stone House is managed by the same team, attention to detail, and a friendly customer experience that has revitalized the leg-
endary Antiques Center at the People's Store in Lambertville
NJ. American, English, European. Asian, Mid-Century Modern, Industrial Antiques, Architectural, Estate Jewelry,Folk Art,
Vintage Clothing, Artifacts, Jewelry, Decorative Antiques, Books, Lighting and Local Artists. Stone House Antiques is located at 3292 Durham Road (Rt. 413), Mechanicsville, PA 18934; 267544-0574; www.stonehouse1814.com.
Antiques In The Lehigh Valley Gallery
eil Antique Center is the Lehigh Valley's premiere antique center with over 150 dealers displaying quality antiques. We
feature furniture, clocks, jewelry, china, lamps, linens, memorabilia, retro, pottery, books, toys, primitives, vintage clothing, postcards and much more. Weil Antique Center, located inside a large converted
warehouse, opened in November of 2002. It has grown to house
over 150 antique and collectible dealers. These dealers are some of the finest in the Lehigh Valley. Located just off Route 78 (Lehigh Street Exit #57) on 31st street SW is a center that has something for everyone. For more information, call 610-791-7910 or visit www.weilantiquecenter.com.
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arts & antiques guide This is a listing of artists, artisans, galleries, antique shops and other useful shops and services that support the Bucks County Guide to Arts & Antiques. This list can help you add to the quality of your home décor. It is resource that you can bring along with you when you go hunting for antiques, or looking for fine arts and crafts in Bucks County. It is also a listing that you may want to keep by your computer or phone when looking for a specific item or service. 18TH CENTURY CLOCKS Leonard Marschark 215-795-0375 www.18thCenturyClocks.com In their Bucks County, Pennsylvania shop Leonard and Eve Marschark handcraft tall case clocks of uncompromising quality with the magnificent look of the originals. Finely fig-
ured woods with traditional joinery and hand painted dials are the hallmark of these accurately recreated 18th century clocks. ANTIQUES AT 200 EAST 200 E. Broad St., Quakertown, PA 215-536-4547 EAST BROAD ANTIQUES 131 E. Broad St., Quakertown, PA 215-536-4408 Unique Antiques & Collectibles, One Stop Shopping, Two stores in heart of Historic Quakertown antique district. Authentic Lionel & Ho Trains & Accessories, A wide selection of antique, furniture, art, glass, lighting, one-of-a-kind items and more. ANTIQUES CENTER AT PEOPLE’S STORE 28 N. Union Street, Lambertville, NJ 609-397-9808
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www.peoplesstore.com The legendary antiques center dating to 1839, anchoring “antiques row” in the center of beautiful Lambertville, just across the bridge from New Hope. Housing fifty dealers plus working artists, The People’s Store features antiques of all periods, including furniture, art, silver, jewelry, vintage clothing, books, lighting, mid-century, primitive, architectural & industrial. 7 days, 10 AM to 6PM ARTEFACT ARCHITECTURAL ANTIQUES Rt. 263, The Village Barn Furlong, PA 215-794-8790 www.artefactantiques.com Our store is open to the public and situated in an eighteenth century stone barn with half an acre of formal gardens. The majority of our invento-
Always great prices!
A MERICAN, E NGLISH , E UROPEAN, M ID -C ENTURY, I NDUSTRIAL , A RT, J EWELRY, RUGS , L IGHTING, AND MORE
STONE HOUSE ANTIQUES * 3292 Durham Rd. (Rt 413) Mechanicsville, PA 18934
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NEW HOPE ANTIQUES CENTER 6148 Lower York Rd.(Rt.202) New Hope, PA 18938
arts & antiques guide ry is antique and includes fireplace mantels, stained and beveled glass windows, doors and entryways, interior and exterior lighting, decorative objects, furniture, and garden appointments. In the formal gardens, you will find antique and reproduction garden pieces in bronze, iron, marble, stone, terra cotta, and wood.
215-997-3227 www.buckscountyantiquegallery.com Bucks County Antique Gallery is a unique destination. 12,000 square feet of historic and hip finds; primitives, Mid-Century furniture, collectables, authentic autographed photos, linens and accessories. Find us on Facebook, Instagram and Craigslist.
ARTISAN MARKETPLACE 60 James Way #2, Southampton, PA 267-989-1481 www.localartisanmarket.com Over 250 artists and crafsmen. All 100% American made. Large selection of art, glass, hand bags, pottery, jewelry, wall hangings, pens, wood, and gift and home decor items.
BUCKS COUNTY ANTIQUE DEALERS ASSOCIATION Newtown, PA www.bcadapa.org The Bucks County Antiques Dealers are an association of professional Antique Dealers located in Bucks County, Pennsylvania and the surrounding area, who are dedicated to the preservation and advancement of quality Antiques and Collectibles.
BUCKS COUNTY ANTIQUE GALLERY 8 Skyline Drive, Chalfont, PA
CANAL FRAME-CRAFTS GALLERY 1093 General Greene Rd. Washington Crossing, PA 215-493-3660 www.CanalFrame.com We are not just another frame shop, but a full-service gallery. Featuring both originals and prints, we represent many fine local artists. We have also received awards for our custom framing. Check our our website for scheduled events and holiday hours. FALLSINGTON ANTIQUE & CRAFT SHOP 4 Yardley Avenue Fallsington, PA 215-295-0251 The Antique & Craft Shop provides a charming selection of collectibles and antiques appropriate to Fallsington. Youâ€™ll find candles, vintage dressers,
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Mignoni Jewelry A Family of Fine Jewelers Since 1947
FRAMING FAMILY TREASURES FOR OVER 25 YEARS Celebrating our 69th year!
Custom Design Jewelry Jewelry and Watch Repair
Diamonds • Fine Jewelry • Pearls • Watches Choice Gold & Cameos from Italy • Irish Jewelry & Gifts
200 Mill St., Bristol, PA • 215-788-3243 We accept all major credit cards
“Bucks County’s Best Kept Secret” JOIN OUR 80 + DEALERS & VENDORS AT OUR NEW LOCATION.
Kat’s offers the entire spectrum of antiques and collectibles: Primitives, Art Deco, Art Nuevo,Victorian, and Mid-Century from glass and textiles to art, furniture, military and ephemera. We carry shabby chic and rusty treasures, as well as hand crafted, new, vintage and antique jewelry. Looking for that one of a kind gift? Kat’s offers some the most unique gift items you will find anywhere.
Our new store is located a short 6 miles from our previous location at 2205 Bristol Pike (Rt 13) in up and coming Croydon, PA. We are just 3 miles from I-95 Exit 40 (Rt 413), 3.5 Miles from Exit 358 of the PA Turnpike (Delaware Valley Exit) and 2 Miles from the Burlington-Bristol Bridge.
“Come in and browse through yesterday...” Antiques, Collectibles & Unique Gifts
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arts & antiques guide linens, pottery, stenciled slates, primitive cupboards, antique country tables & chairs and antique lighting. GRATZ GALLERY & CONSERVATION STUDIO 5230 Silo Hill Road Doylestown, Pennsylvania 18902 215-348-2500 Gratz Gallery & Conservation Studio is located in Bucks County’s historic Doylestown, Pennsylvania. We specialize in 19th & 20th century American paintings, specifically work by the New Hope Circle, the Philadelphia Ten and painters from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. We also provide custom framing services for your artwork. Gratz Gallery & Conservation Studio has specialized in the conservation of paintings, frames and gilded objects for over thirty years. We have provid-
ed our services to museums, historical societies, universities, churches and many private collections. GRISTIES BUCKS COUNTY 9730 Easton Road Kintnersville, PA 610-847-1966 www.myantiqueshops.co.nz Located in an old mill, Gristies Bucks County Antiques and Oddities has three floors filled with antiques and collectibles. And, it has an annex in lower level with architectural antiques. HEART OF THE HOME 28 S. Main St., New Hope, PA 215-862-1880 www.heartofhome.com Handmade American crafts and functional, well designed pieces for the home and garden. We strive to find the unusual and one-of-a-kind piece.
Handling glass, jewelry, wood, pottery, paper products and more. INTERIOR CHIC 5667 York Road Hollyberry Square, Lahaska, PA 973-650-752 We specialize in one-of-a-kind objects d’ art, antique furniture, venetian crystal, fine porcelain, art, oriental rugs and European ceramics. KAT’S ANTIQUES 1337 E. Lincoln Highway Levittown, PA 215-945-3700 www.katsantiques.com Kat’s Antiques boasts the largest antiques mall in Bucks County, with more than 100 vendors housed in 18,444 sq. ft., selling antiques, collectibles and unique gifts, with prices to fit every budget. Also, The Gallery,
FRANK ARCURI Solo Exhibition
Basket of Fruit, 10" x 26" Oil
October 22 - November 20 / Opening Reception October 22, 5-8 pm
Patricia Hutton Galleries 47 West State Street, Doylestown, PA 215.348.1728 www.PatriciaHuttonGalleries.com
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arts & antiques guide which is 1,200 square foot art gallery featuring a wide array of art. LACHMAN GALLERY Peddlers Village, Rt 202, Lahaska, PA 215-794-5500 www.lachmanstudios.com Renowned for his pastels as well as his oil paintings, Al Lachman is a Master colorist. He is recognized for his expressive painterly style and luminous paintings of barns and landscapes of Bucks County and beyond. MAKEFIELD COLLECTION OF ANTIQUES AND ART 215-598-8830 761 Durham Road Route 413, Pineville, PA www.makefieldantiques.com Over 7,000 square feet and 50 plus ven-
dors. You will find a charming atmosphere with many fine antiques and vintage items, from furniture, collectibles, fine art, pottery, jewelry and linens. MAXWELL STUDIO/GALLERY 215-884-2401 www.junemaxwell.com Her work is described at “Still Life with an Inner Glow.” June Maxwell creates textural classics in pastel and oil from her studio and Gallery. MICHENER ART MUSEUM 138 S. Pine St, Doylestown, PA 215-340-9800 www.michenermuseum.org The Doylestown-based museum has 35,400 square feet of space, with a landscaped courtyard, an outdoor sculpture garden and terrace built in the original prison yard, seminar and
As You Like It Gallery & Frame Studio 5820 Lower York Road (RT202), Lahaska, PA18931
215-794-ARTS (2787) Celebrating 30 Years!
conference facilities, a museum shop and café, and the George Nakashima Reading Room. As a regional art museum whose principal focus is Bucks County, Pennsylvania, the Michener Art Museum collects both historic and contemporary American works, with a focus on the art of Bucks County. MIGNONI JEWELRY 200 Mill Street Bristol, PA 215-788-3243 A family of fine jewelers since 1947. Custom design jewelry and watch repair. Antique jewelry, choice gold & cameos from Italy. PATRICIA HUTTON GALLERIES 47 West State Street,
ANTIQUE FURNITURE • VINTAGE JEWELRY LINENS • ARTWORK • COLLECTIBLES
We Frame Emotions!
Bring us your precious items:
• family heirlooms • sports memorabilia • artwork • needlepoint • diplomas • etc
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8 Skyline Drive • Chalfont, PA • 215.997.3227
A Unique Destination • Visit us on Facebook, Craigslist & Pinterest www. buckscountyantiquegallery.com
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Real antiques at realiistic prices ❧ glass and ceramics of all periods, Japanese arts, fu urniture frrom 1700 to 1860, jew welry, paintings, silver, & antique domestic articles 1738 River R oad, Route 32 (a cross the river frrom Mii fo ford NJJ))
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arts & antiques guide Doylestown, PA 215-348-1728 www.PatriciaHuttonGalleries.com A fine art gallery located in the charming historic district of Doylestown, specializing in Impressionism and Realism by renowned Bucks County and New England artists. We also offer small antiques, vintage and antique sterling silver and etched glass. We also carry artisan crafted, hand painted wooden
bowls, decoys, pottery, and fine frames. RENAISSANCE FURNISHINGS 635 Main Street (Above Buckman’s Ski Shop) Doylestown, Pennsylvania 18902 215-348-3455 Often unexpected, always interesting. New and pre-owned, antique furnishings for your home including Baker, MCM, Century, Henredon, Stickly,
Ralph Lauren, Henkel Harris and Kittinger. Always buying and consigning fine furnishings and accessories. RICH TIMMONS STUDIO & GALLERY 3795 Buckingham Pike (Rt 202) Doylestown, PA 18902 267-247-5867 www.3795gallery.com
Often unexpected, always interesting, new, pre-owned, antique furnishings for your home including Baker, MCM, Century, Henredon, Stickly, Ralph Lauren, Henkel Harris and Kittinger. Always buying and consigning fine furnishing and accessories.
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arts & antiques guide Our goal is to provide a special and unique art gallery experience by presenting a balanced mix of nationally recognized artist, along with the best of our local Bucks County talent, including several first time, never been seen artists. Our gallery has over 150 paintings and sculptures for your viewing pleasure. We offer a wide selection of fine art including traditional, impressionistic, landscapes, flo-
rals, and portraits. We will also include some abstract art along with sculptures. RIVER VIEW ANTIQUES 1738 River Road(Rt 32), Upper Black Eddy, PA 610-982-5122 Real antiques at realistic prices. Glass and certamics of periods, Japanese arts, furniture from 1700 to 1860,
GRISTIES BUCKS COUNTY ANTIQUES AND ODDITIES Located in an old mill, Gristies Bucks County is filled with Antiques, Collectibles and Architectural Antiques.
Route 611 • near Route 32 9730 Easton Road Kintersville, PA * 610.847.1966
Garden Decor Home Decor Fireplace Mantels French Doors Fluted Columns Stained Glass
antique and vintage jewelry, paintings, silver and antique domestic articles. Open 10 to 5 every day but Tuesday. Just 19 miles north of New Hope. STONE HOUSE ANTIQUES CENTER 3292 Durham Road (Rt. 413) Doylestown, PA 267-544-0574 www.stonehouse1814.com
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Venetian Crystal Fine Porcelain
Art • Oriental Rugs European Ceramics
973.650.7521 5667 York Road • Hollyberry Square • Lahaska, PA 18931
October 6th, 7th & 8th.
The Village Barn, Rt. 263 & Edison Furlong Rd., Furlong, PA 215-794-8790 • www.ArtefactAntiques.com
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arts & antiques guide A historic 19th century manor, now home to dealers in great American, English, European, mid-century, and industrial antiques, plus art, jewelry, and vintage collectibles. Conveniently located a few minutes from Peddlerâ€™s Village-Lahaska, New Hope and Doylestown, and across from the Mechanicsville Post Office on Rt 413. 7 Days 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Sculpture, Wood, Wearable Art and More! Live Demonstrations, Children's Activities and Live Music will accompany the year's best craft show! Patrons shop local for gifts of Art and Craft direct from the talented individuals who created them. Get to know the artists, find inspiration and step outside of the ordinary at Tyler Park Center for the Arts.
TYLER PARK CENTER FOR THE ARTS 10 Stable Mill Road Richboro, PA www.tylerparkarts.org Crafts in the Meadow 2016 will be held on October 15th and 16th from 10am to 5pm . This much anticipated annual fine arts and crafts show is the place to find exceptional Fine Art, Photography, Pottery, Glass, Jewelry,
WEATHERWOOD DESIGNS 3201 Mechanicsville Road, Doylestown, PA 215-260-0566 www.weatherwooddesign.com Weatherwood Design...a native plantbased landscape architectural consulting firm specializing in ecological, resilient garden design and complementary sustainablerustic furniture resulting in unique spaces for outdoor
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places. At Weatherwood we believe that resilience goes beyond sustainability and strives to regenerate or breathe additional life into surrounding wildlife habitats and, in turn, the regional ecosystem. For this reason Weatherwood focuses on native plantings and natural habitat design. WEIL ANTIQUE CENTER 2300 31st Street SW, Allentown, PA 610.791.7910 www.weilantiquecenter.com Welcome to the Weil Antique Center. We are the Lehigh Valley's premiere antique center with over 150 dealers displaying quality antiques. We feature furniture, clocks, jewelry, china, lamps, linens, memorabilia, retro, pottery, books, toys, primitives, vintage clothing, postcards and much more.
Annual supplement to Bucks County Magazine highlighting arts and antiques.