November 6–8, 2015

Chase Center on the Riverfront, Wilmington, Delaware


Sixty of the country’s most distinguished dealers present the finest offerings of American antiques and decorative arts, including furniture, paintings, rugs, ceramics, silver, jewelry, and more.

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Admission and Show Hours

Tickets on sale now. Purchase tickets online or call 800.448.3883. Visit the admission page for directions, show hours, special offers, and more.

Honorary Show Chair and Keynote Speaker

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Thomas Jayne, founder of the internationally acclaimed, award-winning Jayne Design Studio and a former Winterthur fellow, will discuss how a well-decorated room includes something old in his keynote “Stylishly Traditional: Celebrating Twenty-Five Years of Jayne Design Studio." Jayne will autograph copies of his books American Decoration: A Sense of Place and The Finest Rooms in America: Fifty Influential Interiors from the Eighteenth Century to the Present following his lecture. Read The Editor at Large article on Thomas Jayne chairing the Delaware Antiques Show. For insight into H. F. du Pont's influence on Thomas Jayne's decorating career, watch this video blog.

Opening Night Party

Thursday, November 5, 5:00–9:00 pm

Celebrate the opening of the show with cocktails and exclusive early shopping. Ticketson sale now. Purchase tickets online or call 800.448.3883.


Weekend Lectures & Events

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Saturday, November 7

2:00 pm–Brock Jobe, "Collecting American Furniture within a Changing Marketplace"


Sunday, November 8

2:00 pm–Matthew Skic, “ 'Stand Fast in the Liberty': A Rare Waistcoat Belt" and Willie Granston, "Influences from Abroad: Biedermeier Chairs in a New York Town House"


Special Loan Exhibition

The Washington Collection at the Museum of the American Revolution

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Check out some of the great photos captured at last year's Delaware Antiques Show. Photos by Ben Fournier and J. Paul Simeone


The Reviews Are In......

Read the stellar review from Antiques And The Arts Weekly on the 2014 Delaware Antiques Show!

“…a real handsome show, featuring top-flight dealers with interesting and wonderful inventories. 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

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


The Delaware Antiques Show benefits educational programming at Winterthur.

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