The NHADA is proud to announce Matt Ehresman will join the New Hampshire Antique Show as a new dealer this August. A veterinarian and antiques dealer for over 20 years, Matt specializes in 18th and 19th century early American furniture, folk art and accessories. “I am honored and thrilled to be part of the New … Continue reading Matt Ehresman →
Oliver Garland specializes in authentic antiques and curiosities from the 17th century through to the 19th century. His primary focus is paintings, sculpture, folk art and decorative smalls with both American and European origins. His goal is to source rare, and unusual objects to satisfy his collectors and customers lust for curiosity.
Leon and Steven Weiss, Proprietors of Gemini Antiques Ltd., began collecting antique toys and mechanical banks at the tender age of eleven in 1968. By the time they were of college age (1975) it was a full-fledged family affair. Early on they met famous collectors such as Barney Barenholtz, Lloyd Ralston and Louis Hertz. Mentored … Continue reading Gemini Antiques Ltd. →
William R. & Teresa F. Kurau began with a single purchase back in the early 1970’s that sparked a lifetime and multigenerational lifestyle of collecting and dealing. After William’s sudden passing in September of 2019 his family took over the reins and continue his business with the same integrity he built over those previous 40 plus years. They … Continue reading William & Teresa Kurau →
John Hunt Marshall began his career as an antique dealer in 1983. He specializes in 18th century American furniture in original and painted surfaces, as well as 18th Century English and Dutch Delftware. John was educated at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design with … Continue reading John Hunt Marshall →
Tim Brennan started in American antiques in 1978. His keen, enduring interest in collecting and selling painted furniture and folk art was piqued shortly thereafter, and continues to this day. Co-proprietors of Brennan & Mouilleseaux Antiques and Design, he and his partner David Mouilleseaux have been members of the trade since 1992. They describe their … Continue reading Period to Mod / Brennan & Mouilleseaux Antiques & Design →
Paul Vandekar of Earle D. Vandekar of Knightsbridge, Inc. is a fourth generation dealer specializing in the decorative arts of the 17th to 20th century. He is acknowledged specialist in 18th century ceramics-European and Chinese Export, as well as Sailors’ woolworks lecturing around the country on the subject.
Tom Baker has been a dealer (and collector) of fine early American country and folk art antiques for over 35 years. Tom has an uncanny eye for antiques, remembering the smallest of details and always seeking items that are colorful and folky. Anything in old paint, folk art or old textiles are Tom’s true love. … Continue reading Baker & Co. Antiques →
I am thrilled to be participating in the NHADA Show. I have loved old things my entire adult life. My father, JK Nevin, instilled in me a passion for history and antiques. What inspires me the most is holding something that was held by someone from another time, and imagining their life, and how they … Continue reading JK Nevin Antiques →
Now in his 30th year of business, Jeff is a both dealer and a serious collector of 19th century paint-decorated American folk art, furniture, and textiles. He is widely considered to be the leading authority in the field of antique American flags and political banners. Based in York County, Pennsylvania, he stocks over 2,500 examples that … Continue reading Jeff R. Bridgman American Antiques, Inc. →