Antiques Home Show

WNED │ WBFO's Antiques Home Show
Saturday, May 19, 2018

WNED|WBFO Studios
Horizon’s Plaza
140 Lower Terrace, Buffalo, NY 14202

Act quickly- this event sells out fast!

There are 4 sessions to choose from:
9 a.m. - 11 a.m.
11 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
1 p.m. - 2 p.m.

2 p.m. – 3 p.m.

 

Online Ticket Sales Have Ended
A Limited Number of Tickets Will Be Available At The Door


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 WNED | WBFO’s Antiques Home Show and get the answers you’ve been looking for!

Your antiques will be verbally evaluated by an expert appraiser for only $10 per item and you can bring as many as you like!


Appraisers in the following categories will be available to give assessments: ceramics, china, glass, pre-1950 folk art, paintings, jewelry, silver, pottery, stoneware, redware, American arts and crafts, mid-century modern, collectibles, small pieces of furniture, sports collectibles, Books, Toys & Dolls, Lamps, Clothing, Textiles and Quilts.


Please note: We do not recommend bringing large pieces of furniture, as we cannot help with moving or transporting items. Participants will be responsible for moving their items. Dollies and moving assistance are not provided by WNED. You are welcome to bring two guests with you at no additional charge.

WNED | WBFO’s Antiques Home Show takes place in the WNED studios, located at 140 Lower Terrace in downtown Buffalo, right next to the Adam’s Mark Hotel.

No weapons permitted. Anything perceived as a weapon will not be permitted!
WNED is not responsible for any lost, stolen or broken items.


Thanks to our local appraisers for supporting WNED │ WBFO:


Dana Tillou of Dana Tillou Fine Arts
Pre-1950 paintings, folk art, watercolors, objects of art, Americana
1478 Hertel Ave., Buffalo, NY 14216
Wednesday - Saturday 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. • (716) 854-5285

www.danatilloufinearts.comdanatilloufinearts@roadrunner.com

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 of Queen City Antiques
General, mid-century, modern
1484 Hertel Ave., Buffalo, NY 14216 • Wednesday – Saturday 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.
(716) 913-8549 •
jmarfoglia@aol.comqueencityantiques.com

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.

Alan Tober of Alan-tiques • Antique World, Clarence, NY
(716) 839-0208 • amrrtober@aol.com

General, sports (vintage equipment), stoneware, redware, primatives, pottery
Alan Tober has a master’s degree in American culture and history and started out in period furniture. His interest in sports helped him branch out to the area of vintage sports and sports memorabilia. He also has an extensive knowledge of local history and has been in business locally for over 26 years. He has a shop at Antique World in Clarence every Sunday and is a participant at the Genesee Country Museum Antique Show each year.

Ron Cozzi of Old Editions Book Shop
General used and rare books, prints, maps, atlases, autographs
74 East Huron St., Buffalo, NY 14203 • Monday - Saturday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.


(716) 842-1734 • www.oldeditions.comron@oldeditions.com

Ron Cozzi opened his book shop in Buffalo in 1976 and is now settled downtown at East Huron and Oak Streets. His shop is one of the country’s largest antiquarian bookstores with 35,000 square feet of retail and warehouse space.

Ellen DeWind, Ph.D. & Vincent DeWind of Angel Restoration
Textiles, quilts, samplers, clothing, paper, maps
44 Oakland Rd., Williamsville, NY 14221 • By appointment
(716) 634-0269 •
mga61@netzero.net

Ellen DeWind, Ph.D., has a background in apparel and textiles as a faculty member at Buffalo State College. She has a B.S. and M.S. in Home Economics Education and a Ph.D. in Communications. Vincent DeWind has taught art for over 45 years and has a B.S. and M.S. in Art Education. They are partners in Angel Restoration, conservators in private practice specializing in textiles, art objects and paper.

George P. Ziemer of Sandra Ziemer, Inc.
Fine and costume jewelry, sterling silver
61 Bradfield Dr. East Amherst NY 14051 (716) 352-0065 • sandraziemer@sandraziemer.com

John Tobin of The Antique Lamp Company
Antique lamps, shades, lighting, clocks and gifts
1213 Hertel Ave., Buffalo, NY 14216 • Tuesday- Saturday 11 a.m. -4 p.m.
(716) 871-0508 •
www.antiquelampco.cominfo@antiquelampco.com

John Tobin is the owner of The Antique Lamp Co. specializing in the sale and restoration of floor, ceiling and table lamps from the mid-1800s to the 1940s. On Hertel Avenue for more than 13 years, Tobin is Buffalo’s only full-time professional lamp restorer, with a full inventory of Art Nouveau, Art Deco, Mission, Victorian and Modern lighting.

Guy Andriaccio, Jr. of Buffalo Antiques
Furniture and decorative Items, generalist (Georgian and Victorian Eras)
1539 Hertel Ave., Buffalo, NY 14216 • Wednesday – Saturday 12 p.m. – 5 p.m.
(716) 832-4231 •
buffaloantiques@hotmail.com

Guy Andriaccio, Jr. has been in the antique business for over 21 years. Buffalo Antiques has been located on Hertel Avenue for 17 years. The well-appointed showroom offers items from the 1800s to the current styles. Guy is an expert with antique furniture and decorative items and is also a generalist. He also works with many of the area decorators in town.

Robin Stelmach of Americana Unlimited Antiques
General, Adirondack, Mid-Century
14007 Ridge rd. W, Albion, NY 14411 By appointment only
(585) 410-0872
eistelmach@aol.com

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."

Joseph Pelino of Antiques at The Glencroft
19th & 20th Century Decorative Arts, specializing in American Arts & Crafts, Silver and Musical Instruments

10210 Main St., Clarence, NY 14031 (716) 759-1720
Saturday & Sundays 12 – 4p.m. or by appointment (716) 759-1720
www.glencroftantiques.comglencroft@verizon.net

Owner of the Antiques at the Glencroft, Joseph has over 35 years of experience buying and selling Antiques. He specializes in American Arts and Crafts (Roycroft, Stickley & Rohlffs), quality lamps, silver, art pottery, art metal, art glass, guitars, banjos and other musical instruments.

Emily Tucker of Benjaman’s Art Gallery
19th and 20th Century American and European Fine Art
419 Elmwood Ave., Buffalo NY 14222

Tuesday – Saturday 11a.m. – 5p.m. (716) 886-0898
www.benjamangallery.comemily@thebenjamangallery.com

Benjaman’s Art Gallery was started by Emily’s family in 1970. After spending years working at Macklowe Gallery in New York, Emily Tucker and her husband took over the business in 2010.

2018 WNED|WBFO Antiques Homeshow

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WNED | WBFO is conveniently located in downtown Buffalo at 140 Lower Terrace, near the I-190. The entrance to our parking lot is on Charles Street (also known as "Mark Russell Alley").