CHAPPAQUA, N.Y. -- Antique connoisseurs and lovers can get their fix at the New Castle Historical Society's Chappaqua Antiques Show, now in its 46th year, on Saturday, Nov. 1, and Sunday, Nov. 2, from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. at the Westorchard Elementary School, 25 Granite Road, Chappaqua.
The show features more than 50 dealers of silver, fine jewelry, decorative posters, elaborate quilts, midcentury furnishings, rare maps and books, folk art and unique collectibles.
Jay Grutman of Rhinebeck Antique Emporium and Charles Glasner, who will serve as appraisers, will be on the stage to provide verbal appraisals of your treasures for a nominal charge. An interior designer, Cami Weinstein, will be available for design advice for those unsure how to mesh antique and modern elements in their rooms to add depth and interest to living spaces.
The show will also include a gourmet café and the New Castle Historical Society’s Gold in Your Attic booth with treasures from Westchester’s finest attics.
The show raises funds to support the Horace Greeley House Museum and its calendar of activities for students, adults and researchers.
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