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Sisters Laura and Janet of L&Z Antique and Estate Jewelers are Passionate about Fine Jewelry and Art

The following is a guest blog written by Main Line Antiques Show dealer L&Z Antique and Estate Jewelers.

By Janet Dunayevich G.G.
GIA Certified Insurance Appraiser
Accredited Jewelry Professional

Laura’s and my passion for fine jewelry and art had developed at a very young age. As sisters, we were both brought up with many fine objects in our parents’ home. […]

The Main Line Antiques Show welcomes new sponsor West Laurel Hill to the 2016 Show

A love of history and stories of human accomplishment inspires all antiques enthusiasts. An antique may be lovely or unusual and look great in our home, but it also speaks to us of different places and times, and most importantly, the people who owned or created that piece. West Laurel Hill Cemetery is a unique […]

The Main Line Antiques Show congratulates Cabrini University

As of July 1, 2016, The Main Line Antiques Show’s venue, Cabrini College in Radnor PA, has become Cabrini University. Cabrini’s name change is an achievement 60 years in the making. Currently offering a Master of Education, Master of Science in Leadership, Master of Arts in Religious and Pastoral Studies, and Master of Science in Biological […]

“What’s it Worth?” with FREEMAN’S coming soon in spring 2017

Don’t miss this exciting event and opportunity to find out what your treasures are really worth!

Appraisers from FREEMAN’S Auctioneers & Appraisers Since 1805, America’s oldest auction house, will be at the Surrey Center for Healthy Living, 60 Surrey Way, Devon, PA in spring 2017.

You can discover what your extraordinary fine art, antiques, jewelry and other items […]

A Historic Location for The Main Line Antiques Show: Cabrini University

Cabrini University is a residential Catholic university founded in 1957 by the Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus. Cabrini enrolls approximately 1,300 undergraduates and 1,400 graduate students in more than 30 majors and pre‑professional programs.  A hallmark of Cabrini’s educational mission is a strong commitment to social justice that is exemplified by its Justice Matters […]

Marvin Baer in memoriam

We are saddened by the passing of our illustrious Asian antiques dealer Marvin Baer on January 23, 2016. Marvin was the owner and proprietor of Marvin Baer Antiques and The Ivory Tower Antiques, located in Ridgewood, N.J., which he ran with his devoted son Matthew.  Marvin Baer Antiques has been with The Main Line Antiques […]

Lovely Satsuma Pieces by the Master Yabu Meizan, Featured by Marvin Baer of The Ivory Tower

The Ivory Tower (Marvin Baer) has been specializing in fine Asian and European ceramics since 1984.   “We specialize primarily in Meiji Period Japanese ceramics with a heavy emphasis on Satsuma earthenware and Imari porcelain,” says Matthew Baer of The Ivory Tower (Marvin Baer). “We are very happy with our current inventory of Satsuma, with several […]

American Folk Art at The Main Line Antiques Show

For nearly 40 years, co-owners of The Norwoods’ Spirit of America, Bev and Doug Norwood of Timonium Maryland, have specialized in Americana of the 18th and early 19th centuries, with focus on one-of-a-kind folk art; advanced schoolgirl theorems, watercolors and needlework; and paint-decorated smalls in original surface. Bev also lectures, writes and consults in the […]

National Media Star Exhibits at The Main Line Antiques Show

One of this year’s Show exhibitors, Leatherwood Antiques of Sandwich, Massachusetts, was featured on the show Martha Stewart Antiques in a segment titled “Antiques:  19th Century British Children’s China.” During that time period, plates and mugs were given to children as gifts. In the video, Martha Stewart and Leatherwood Antiques owner Mo Wajselfish discuss the […]

Dogs of The Main Line Antiques Show: Staffordshire Pooches

The term “Staffordshire pottery” refers to earthenware ceramics manufactured in the county of Staffordshire, the traditional center of the pottery industry in England since the mid- 18th century. Mid- to late-19th century Staffordshire pottery figurines and other items were found in many Victorian-era homes, and are considered particularly collectible today. Such pieces were manufactured in […]