Annual Antique Show Coming to New Hope Eagle Fire House

The Bucks County Antiques Dealers Association (BCADA) will presents their 71st annual antiques show on Nov. 11 and 12 at the New Hope Eagle Fire Hall just off Route 202.

The annual BCADA show is now the largest of its kind in Bucks County, with exhibitors from Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware.

Some of the select dealers presenting the best of their collections are C & C Antiques, who carry ceramics, linens, and rare tools; ELtiques will exhibit fine ephemera and artwork; KT Antiques returns with her country and primitive items; Young & Old Antiques will display sterling silver, ceramics, and brilliant cut glass; Ironmaster’s Mansion Antiques will show 18th and 19th century English ceramics and prints; Ivy Iris Antiques will bring eclectic primitives and whimsies; Temora Farm Antiques displays primitives and period furniture, and Imagine Antiques will spotlight art, ephemera, historical collectibles, and ceramics.

“What’s nice about buying antiques is that it adds character, uniqueness, and a style that defines you,” observed William D’Anjolell of Imagine Antiques & Appraisals of Newtown. “And of course, they last longer.”

All of the dealers are passionate about their work, and love to talk about the history and craftsmanship of each piece, say organizers, so feel free ask what they know about any item. Sometimes the story behind an object is worth the price of admission!

The BCADA annual antique show takes place on Saturday, Nov. 11, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sunday, Nov. 12, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the New Hope Eagle Fire Hall at 46 N. Sugan Road. Admission is $6, or $5 with a postcard or advertisement. Children under 16 are free of charge, and there’s plenty of free parking.


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