The Eastern Greenwich Civic Center was transformed Thursday night into a theatrical theme, “Back to the Future” for the fourth annual Greenwich Winter Antique Show.
The stylish preview bash combined visual elements of the beloved 1985 classic movie, with a DeLorean parked outdoors and life sized posters adorning the walls as the sci-fi movie played (popcorn was served.)
The Greenwich Winter Antique Show runs from Friday through Sunday and benefits the Greenwich Historical Society. The sale includes fine art, marine art, decorative objects, estate jewelry, American and continental furniture, prints, luxury handbags and more from the 18th century to the mid 20th century.
Frank Gaglio of Barn Star Productions is proud to bring the best of antique merchandise to Greenwich for the fourth year with over 40 exhibitors.
“We’ve created a theatrical experience for our guests and supporters,” Gaglio explained, adding, “It’s the professionalism of the dealers that make the show.” Working with the Greenwich Historical Society was a sincere pleasure for him.
There is something for every collector to explore at this sumptuous show. For sale are paintings and furniture from several decades, along with historic flags, designer vintage jewelry, ceramics, glassware and much more. Unique treasures at every turn, from the classic to the contemporary.
The Greenwich Winter Antiques Show runs December 4-6 at Eastern Greenwich Civic Center, 90 Harding Rd. in Old Greenwich.
Admission is $15 per person, payable at the door.
Antique Show Café by Marcia Seldon Catering & Event Planning
Free Parking, Handicap Accessible, Complimentary Decorator Magazines.
Days and Hours:
Friday, Dec. 4 and Saturday Dec. 5 10:00 am-6:00 pm
Sunday Dec. 7 11:00 am – 5:00 pm
Doyle Appraisal Day will be on Friday, December 4th from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm. By appointment only. DoyleCT@doyle.com for more information.
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