WNED PBS Antiques Home Show
Sunday, April 18, 2021
WNED PBS Studios
140 Lower Terrace
Buffalo, NY 14202
Act quickly- this event sells out fast!
There are 4 sessions to choose from:
Session 1: 9:00 am- 10:15 am
Session 2: 10:15 am: 11:30 am
Session 3: 12:30 pm- 1:45 pm
Session 4: 1:45 pm- 3:00 pm
Do you have an antique lamp sitting in your attic collecting dust? Or perhaps you’ve always wondered if the end table you inherited from Great Aunt Myrtle is worth anything. Come on down to our WNED PBS Antiques Home Show and get the answers you’ve been looking for!
Your antiques will be verbally evaluated by an expert appraiser for only $14 per item (Limit of 4 items per person). There is no admission price; however, due to public health regulations and our commitment to keeping everyone as socially distant as possible, we are limiting each ticket holder to one guest only. We will keep you updated as things evolve between now and then.
Members receive $2 off each item ticket.
Appraisers will be available from a variety of specialties.
Participants must move their own items. NO WEAPONS PERMITTED. NO LARGE FURNITURE. Buffalo Toronto Public Media is not responsible for lost, stolen or broken items. Tickets are non-refundable.
Buffalo Toronto Public Media does not take responsibility for crossing the border with items.
Thanks to our participating appraisers for supporting Buffalo Toronto Public Media:
Dana Tillou of Dana Tillou Fine Arts
Pre-1950 paintings, folk art, watercolors, objects of art, Americana
A 1959 graduate of Duke University, Dana Tillou started in the business with Peter Tillou, who is nationally known today. He has been in business for 51 years at one location. Early Art (including fine art appraisals) is his specialty. He does four national shows each year. Well known in the Western New York area, Tillou’s assistance in organizing and executing the Antiques Home Show has been invaluable to us.
John Marfoglia grew up around the antiques business. His father was an artist who worked with antiques. John acquired the skills of buying and selling, learning the business while growing up in the area. John didn’t go to college; he started out as a general contractor. His peers convinced him to leave that business to become a part-time appraiser, which he has been for over 20 years. He has had his own store on Hertel Avenue for over 11 years. In between his part- and full-time work, he worked 18 national shows per year. He has an internet business that specializes in antiques research, which he now uses more than his reference books. We would like to thank John for his valuable assistance in organizing and executing the Antiques Home Show.
Robin Stelmach of Americana Unlimited Antiques
General, Adirondack, Mid-Century
14007 Ridge rd. W, Albion, NY 14411 • By appointment only
(585) 410-0872 firstname.lastname@example.org
With over 40 years of experience in the antique business in Western New York, Robin Stelmach routinely shares his wealth of knowledge with others, including collectors, dealers and the general public. An expert appraiser, Robin is known for his ability to put a price on "just about anything vintage."