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Opening Night Party

Thursday, November 4
5:00–9:00 pm
Celebrate the opening of the show with cocktails and exclusive early shopping!
Sponsor: $250 per person
Patron: $175 per person
Young Collector: $125 per person

Register now!

General Admission

$25 per person
$20 Winterthur Members
Children under 12 free
Tickets valid for all three days of the show and admission to Winterthur.

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Show Hours

Friday, November 5
11:00 am–6:00 pm
Saturday, November 6
11:00 am–6:00 pm
Sunday, November 7
11:00 am–5:00 pm


Ample free parking. Accessible parking for persons with disabilities.


The Chase Center on the Riverfront is located at 815 Justison Street, Wilmington, Delaware, less than one hour south of Philadelphia, and midway between New York City and Washington, D.C.

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Delaware Antiques Show brochure (PDF)



One of the nation’s most highly acclaimed antiques shows presents a spectacular showcase of art, antiques, and design! Featuring the finest offerings from more than 60 distinguished dealers, the Delaware Antiques Show highlights the best of American antiques and decorative arts. Join us for a full schedule of exciting show features. A benefit for Educational Programming at Winterthur.

New to Collecting?

The Delaware Antiques Show welcomes all, from the newest collector to the most knowledgeable connoisseur.

Keynote Lecture

Friday, November 5
10:00 am

Designing Camelot: The Kennedy White House Restoration and Its Legacy

Elaine Rice Bachmann, co-author of Designing Camelot: The Kennedy White House Restoration and Its Legacy (2021), and guest curator of Jacqueline Kennedy and Henry Francis du Pont: From Winterthur to the White House, opening at Winterthur in May 2022.  Book signing to follow lecture.

Young Scholars Lectures

Saturday, November 6
2:00 pm

“The possibilities of a box”: Louise Brigham’s Box Furniture
Jena Gilbert-Merrell, Lois F. McNeil Fellow, Winterthur

Threads of Change: Assessing a Potential Meiji-Era Silk-work Painting
Rachael Kane, Lois F. McNeil Fellow, Winterthur

Student lectures sponsored by the Decorative Arts Trust.



Arader Galleries
Barbara Israel Garden Antiques
Bernard and S. Dean Levy, Inc.
A Bird in Hand Antiques
Charles Clark
Christopher H. Jones American Antiques
Colette Donovan
Diana H. Bittel Antiques
Dixon-Hall Fine Art
Dolan / Maxwell
Earle D. Vandekar of Knightsbridge, Inc.
Elle Shushan
Elliott and Grace Snyder
Federalist Antiques, Inc.
Francis J. Purcell, Inc.
Gratz Gallery and Conservation Studio
Greg K. Kramer & Co.
The Hanebergs Antiques
Hilary and Paulette Nolan
H. L. Chalfant Fine Art and Antiques
Ita J. Howe
James L. Price
James M. Kilvington, Inc.
James Robinson, Inc.
Jeffrey Tillou Antiques
Johanna Antiques
John Chaski, Inc.
Jonathan Trace
Kelly Kinzle
Leatherwood Antiques
Leo Kaplan, Ltd.
Lillian Nassau LLC
Marcy Burns American Indian Arts, LLC
Maria and Peter Warren Antiques
Nathan Liverant and Son, LLC
The Norwoods’ Spirit of America
Olde Hope
Peter H. Eaton
The Philadelphia Print Shop West
Polly Latham Asian Art
Ralph M. Chait Galleries, Inc.
Red Fox Fine Art
R. M. Worth Antiques
Roberto Freitas American Antiques
Schillay Fine Art, Inc.
Schoonover Studios, Ltd.
Schwarz Gallery
Scott Bassoff, Sandy Jacobs Antiques
Shaia Oriental Rugs of Williamsburg
Sheridan Loyd American Antique
Silver Art by D & R
S. J. Shrubsole Corp.
Somerville Manning Gallery
Spencer Marks, Ltd.
Stephen-Douglas Antiques
Steven F. Still Antiques
Sumpter Priddy III, Inc.
Thistlethwaite Americana
Van Tassel Baumann American Antiques
William R. and Teresa F. Kurau

Show managed by Diana Bittel
Dealer list as of 8/26/21

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