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.
John Krynick and Francis Nestor began COTTAGE+CAMP in the late 1980s traveling to more than 50 antique fairs a year in a little pickup truck with our two small rescue dog sidekicks. We were young artists decamped from San Francisco to New England fascinated by America’s history, folk art and material culture. The two of … Continue reading Cottage & Camp
I have been in the antique business for 30 plus years. After college, I went to work for Federal Express. I had been working there for nearly 8 years and spent my vacation time participating in shows. As a part-time antique dealer in 1988, I displayed items in antique malls in the Kansas City area … Continue reading Sheridan Loyd Antiques
Jeffrey Tillou Antiques was established in 1992. The three-story historic building located “on the Green” in Litchfield, features an extensive inventory of Americana from the 18th and early 19th centuries. Here you will find an extraordinary collection of paintings, furniture, folk art, weathervanes, sculpture, Oriental carpets, and related decorative pieces as well as distinctive European … Continue reading Jeffrey Tillou Antiques
My passion for history and antiques started at a young age. I was a shop manager at Neshannock Woods located in Western, Pennsylvania from 1998 – 2010. Neshannock Woods provided antique repair and restoration as while as building custom period furniture. These years provided the foundation of knowledge for early American furniture and antiques. I … Continue reading Early American Antiques
Peggy McClard started collecting antiques at the age of twelve and founded Peggy McClard Antiques in Houston, Texas in 1981. Peggy graduated law school and practiced law, all the while keeping current with the antique industry. In 2007, she retired from the practice of law to devote all of her energy to the business and scholarship of … Continue reading McClard Segotta Antiques
Thom and Cathy Rawson of Cedar Rapids, IA have exhibited in shows across the United States for decades. They also are the promoters of The Midwest Antique & Art Show and The Collector’s Eye Show in Cedar Rapids ongoing twice a year for the last 33 years. Thom owned and operated The Sanctuary Antique Center … Continue reading Thomas M. Rawson Antiques
David Thompson and Jane Turano-Thompson come by their shared interest in antiques from different paths. David spent his early years in Woodbury, Connecticut, then moved with his family to Vermont. From a young age, he had been interested in antiques and art, fields he pursued at Williams College, earning his degree in art. After teaching art at … Continue reading David Thompson Antiques & Art