On The Trail To A Great Adventure! At The 21St Eastman Antique Exhibition
tale or being on a trail to discovering rare pieces. In one manner or another, an adventure is surely awaiting.
Objects of value – Applying simple fabrication techniques and for some still unequaled, created using their hands with an imagination inspired by nature and necessities of our surroundings, our ancestral craftsmen bequeathed us with remarkable objects. Objects of value, to admire and to discover: furniture, porcelain, glassware, quilts, tools, toys, jewelry, paintings, rare books, popular art, etc.
and popular art enthusiast will be on site to present Volume 2 of his book “Sculpteurs en art populaire du Québec”. On Sunday, October 7th at noon he will proceed with a raffle, with a value of $550 for anyone who has purchased his latest book. The lucky winner will go home with a numbered gift box autographed by Bruno Champagne containing 10 of his small signed sculptures, a sculpture of a married couple by Emile Bluteau, volumes 1 and 2 of “Sculpteurs en art populaire du Québec” and the book “Les Patenteux du Québec”, 1978 edition.
A surprise – And given that your favorite antique is really a valuable object? The moment of truth will be on Sunday, October 7th from 2 to 4 p.m.., when appraisers Mr Brian Davies and Mario Wilson will be on hand at the parish Hall for appraising pieces. Included in the price of admission is an appraisal of one item, and each visitor can have two more items appraised at low cost. Welcome to all