Antiques Council


The Antiques Council currently manages three high quality antiques shows. Dealer participants are carefully selected for the quality and authenticity of their items and are required to subscribe to the rigorous standards of the Antiques Council. Every item must be displayed with a written description, including details of age, origin and description and the dealer must guarantee every item to be as described.

Nantucket Summer Antiques Show

An exciting show in its third year with 33 exhibitors from the United States and abroad presenting a diverse range of antiques and art. Representing the best examples of cutting edge design from medieval through mid-century, exhibitor specialties include American, English and European fine furniture, mid-century modern furniture, antique oriental rugs, medieval manuscripts, ceramics, silver, antique and contemporary art, antiquities, prints and maps, folk art, jewelry, ceramics, books, garden antiques, antique wicker and nautical antiques.

Located in-town in the new air-conditioned Boys and Girls Club on Sparks Avenue (across from the High School), the show is easily accessible by foot, car, bus or bicycle. Bring your friends and join us for this highly anticipated weekend (which extends through Monday).

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Charleston Antiques Show - with Design in Mind

Inspired by the rich historical, architectural and cultural heritage of Charleston, the Charleston Antiques Show is a premier destination for collectors and enthusiasts who enjoy seeing and learning about incorporating antiques into modern-day decor. The Antiques Show will be returning to the Charleston Gaillard Event Center (95 Calhoun Street, Charleston SC 29401).
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Antiques + Modernism Winnetka

Located at the Winnetka Community House, Winnetka IL, this approximately 45 dealer show, benefiting the Winnetka Community House and its programs, combines what has historically been two shows, the long standing Winnetka Antiques Show and the Winnetka Modernism Show, bringing to suburban Chicago an exciting blend of the best of traditional antiques and early to mid-20th century design.
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