House tours are sold out for Saturday, November 1. Limited tickets available to Costumes of Downton Abbey.

Chase Center, Wilmington Riverfront

November 7–9, 2014                                

Purchase tickets online or call 800.448.3883. Tickets are also available at the door.


The Delaware Antiques Show has long been recognized as one of the nation’s most highly acclaimed antiques shows, highlighting the best of American antiques and decorative arts. This November, the show begins a second half–century, promising a continued spectacular showcase of art, antiques, and design.

More that 60 of the best antiques dealers in America and beyond will convene at the Chase Center on the Riverfront to offer the most unique and intriguing antiques—from furniture and paintings to ceramics, needlework, and even Native American wares.

Join keynote speaker and honorary chair Jessica Fellowes at Friday’s special lecture*. An author, journalist, historian, and public speaker, Fellowes may be most widely known as the author of the best-selling book The World of Downton Abbey, its follow-up Chronicles of Downton Abbey, and the much-anticipated forthcoming A Year in the Life of Downton Abbey. The former deputy editor of Country Life magazine, her articles have also appeared in the New York Times and Globe and Mail, among other publications. She is also the niece of Julian Fellowes, the creator and script writer of the award-winning television series Downton Abbey.


*The keynote lecture requires a separate ticket.

View the Delaware Antiques Show brochure.

The Delaware Antiques Show benefits educational programming at Winterthur.

The Reviews Are In......

“…a real handsome show, featuring top-flight dealers with interesting and wonderful inventories.” – Antiques and The Arts Weekly

“Savvy Collectors Know that Delaware is a great place to buy antiques.” – Maine Antique Digest

“The dealers offer thousands of good reasons to attend this show…but patrons might also keep in mind that the State of Delaware has no sales tax, making buying all that more pleasant. Give it a try.” – Antiques and The Arts Weekly



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