On The Trail To A Great Ad­ven­ture! At The 21St East­man An­tique Ex­hi­bi­tion

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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.

art spe­cial­ist

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

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