Gwen and Michael Chvalevich, Shadyside Investments, Newmarket

“Since this is Canada’s 150th anniversary, we will be featuring a variety items that are of Canadian origin – from Quebec to Ontario to British Columbia, including pressed glass, opalescent glass, contemporary art glass, miniature lamps, flat wick lamps, and pottery. Some of the items are: Robert Held art glass vases, British Columbia; goblets such as the Beaver Band, Swimming Swan and Etched Nova Scotia Crown; miniature lamps such as the Guardian Angel, Montreal; Honeycomb goblet lamp, Hamilton; Heron, Hamilton; flat wick lamps – St. Lawrence hand lamps, Hudson, P.Q., Alva stand lamp, Hudson, P.Q., Canadian Drape stand lamp, Hamilton, Butterfly and Anchor stand lamp, Hamilton; opalescent glass such as Ribbed Opal Lattice pitcher, Hamilton, Cranberry Coin Spot pitcher, Hamilton and some very impressive Ontario pottery.”

Richard Flensted-Holder Antiques, Toronto

Richard is one of Canada’s top authorities on silver. His booth will feature a wide range of silver tablewares and decorative pieces.

Ken and Holly Newland, A Tick in Tyme Antiques, Bloomfield

Eclectic would be an accurate description of what Holly and Ken bring to a show. Very good quality and a wide range of styles. Always some good advertising.

“Here are a couple of pics of some items we are bringing. An early painted oyster bucket an early Coca-Cola barrel and a decorated pantry box in original paint. I will also be bringing a lot of Beehive hockey cards.”

Judith Mureika and Julia Wright, Hamilton, ON

Excellent textiles, linens and quilts, plus great sewing collectibles and decorative smalls.

Jon Clark, London, Specialist in Pressed Glass

Jon has a large and varied inventory of Canadian pressed glass. Goblets and tablewares. Everything is well-researched and in great condition.  And everything he sells is backed by his expert knowledge.

Pat and Penny George, Treasure Hut Antiques, Paris

“In business for 41 years, we have been at the Oakville Show since its inception. We will be bringing art glass, porcelain, gold silver and vintage jewellery.  Hope to see you there.
Cheers,
Pat & Penny”

These are some of the items you will see at the show:

  • Opalescent seaweed rare satin finish, 1890-1900.
  • Royal Nippon Coralene planter, 1891-1921.

Bob and Sandra Fedosenko, Victoria Street Antiques, London.

“We carry high end glass such as New England Peach Blow, coloured Cornflower, pressed glass, also British and American art pottery including a rare Bennington washboard. We also carry some sterling and silver plate pieces such as a large pair of signed candelabra and an extra tall pedestal butter dish and a plated castor set with a Butler’s bell. Also a Shelley child’s tea set by Mabel Lucie Attwell.”

Brian Campbell, Glen Manor Galleries, Shakespeare

Glen Manor Galleries has a sterling reputation, earned over several decades, for excellent quality on the formal end of the spectrum. Brian called last week to say that he just acquired a large estate consisting of mainly French pieces, marble, bronze, etc.

Brian sent pictures of some of the pieces:

  • French marble top, wrought iron consul table
  • French mid-19th century marble top serpentine front tall chest
  • H. Muller bronze, almost 6 feet tall on original wooden base,
  • Heriz carpet, circa 1950, 9.5’ x 13’3″
  • Early Belleek porcelains

Ed Haldorsen Antiques, Ottawa

Mid Century, great design, fine art, First Nations art and artifacts – Ed likes this stuff and is always on the lookout for good pieces.  He likes 60’s teak as well, and is bringing a shelving unit with corner shelves to Oakville.

Atlantis Antiques, Burlington

Annegret and Klaus Mette of Atlantis Antiques specialize in providing fine antique and estate silver, odd silver plate items, antique and estate jewellery, art glass, as well as hard to find and specialty items. They always have a wonderful selection of period smaller decorative and collectible items including clocks, bronzes, oil and water colour paintings.

David Stewart, The Brooklin Antiquarian, Port Perry

David Stewart:  “Over 42 years with a retail antique store I have built a reputation for dealing in high quality country furniture and accessories.

Just acquired, a spectacular Waterloo Cty pine glass door cupboard, a Waterloo Cty pine Scrank with 4 drawers and a Manitoba sleep bench. All from a collection and came in refinished, but I am re refinishing. They will be at the Oakville Show. ”

Jane McAndrew Antiques & Vintage, Cambridge

“A second generation antique dealer with a focus on quality.  My business is designed to appeal to both the traditional antiques market and the vintage market. My offerings include small and medium size, primarily Canadian, furniture featuring native woods circa 1830 and moving forward all the way to the 1950’s. Other items include tole and treen pieces, art pottery, collectible prints and oil paintings, toys, sports equipment, tools and an eclectic array of quality antique smalls and vintage items both decorative and usable.”

  • Early primitive pine Partner’s Desk and an assortment of country collectibles.
  • Nicely detailed spice cabinet, fabulous industrial copper elephant toy mold and early buttocks basket.
  • J. Abel (Toronto) Feed Cutter with great original paint.
  • A great T & S Harlander art pottery plate that I will be bringing to Oakville.

Gerry Marks, Pollikers, Greenwood

Gerry, aka Swampman, has been in antiques since the early 1970’s. He loves Canadiana pine, as found and refinished. An artist at heart, he has a difficult time turning down a good piece of folk art and has handled a large number of major pieces over the years. Gerry has a place in PEI and often brings back unusual bits of furniture and art from the island.

Jon Connolly, Authentic Memorabilia, Waterloo

Jon Connolly, first time at this show, is bringing a large and exceptional range of excellent vintage paper, well organized into categories for easy browsing.

  • Great selection of movie memorabilia, incl. Invasion of the Body Snatchers, Frankenstein, etc.
  • Unusual vintage photographs and autographs
  • Very nice selection of original fashion drawings, prints and pinups, incl. Vargas
  • Beatles memorabilia, James Bond paperbacks (50’s and 60’s), comic book horror art.

Much of this inventory came from estates of long-term collectors, many one-of-a-kind items.

Jon Connolly is celebrating 35 years as a respected antique dealer.  “I am looking forward to seeing you at the Oakville show.”

Michael Kamoff-Nicolsky, Times Past Antiques, Prescott

For years has bought and sold Victoriana, fine European decorative arts and paintings. Well-known to patrons of the old Sherway show.

Jill and John Flechl, Lancome Antiques, Dundas

Veteran dealers and new to Oakville, Jill and John sell a wide range of antiques, vintage and art. Jill sends a number of photos, listed here (but not all shown): Tulipwood console table; Louis XV design vitrine in the vernis martin manner; Louis Etienne Marie Albert Lefevre – Patinated and gilt bronze study of Two Medieval Founders Holding a Massive Bell; Lalique moulded and frosted glass vase; Heart shaped parquetry inlaid table; 19th Century bronze study of Rearing Horse and Attendant.

Maria Belpulsi, Classic Touch Upholstery and Refinishing, Mississauga

“We are a successful family business established in 1989, committed to offering only the best quality craftsmanship. Our business has been built on reputation and we have been pleasing our customers with our outstanding work for over 26 years and continue to do so.

We offer in-home consultations and advise and assist you with your selection of fabrics and services.

Jerry and Leona Milne, Root Cellar Antiques, Simcoe

“You just never know what you will find when you stroll through our booth…..we try to offer a wide variety of antiques, as well as some collectibles,  some mid-century modern items. This November we have saved for the Oakville Show a set of two early 20th century matched hardwood side tables. Each is 30″ in height with unique raised top corners, curved legs with ball-and-claw feet. Painted white with a rubbed finish to fit into today’s decor trends.”

Gary and Linda Welker, Rare Book and Print Gallery, Waterloo

Gary and Linda buy and sell antiquarian books, maps and prints.  They occasionally come across complete collections of antique and vintage material.  They recently purchased an enormous collection of bronze figurines, book ends and art pieces, much of which they are bringing to Oakville.

Czes Budny, BC Antiques, Mississauga

Czeslaw is back this year with a boothful of late 20th century furniture and art.  He sent photos of a J. Zalszupin jacaranda wood dining set and a pair of Rosewood safari chairs, all coming to Oakville.

Jeffrey Reid, Splurge Antiques, Toronto

An extremely well-appointed booth offering 19th century furniture both formal and Canadiana, decorative arts including ceramics, art glass and Canadian art pottery, historic and contemporary paintings as well as great folk art. Jeffrey has become synonymous with a great looking booth featuring great pieces.

33 Dealers in all, including:

  • Richard Fulton Antiques, Toronto – antique and estate jewellery and decorative arts
  • Angela McCool Antiques, Toronto – eclectic and unusual curiosities
  • Tom Keeling, Plantation Antiques, Toronto – antique and estate jewellery and smalls
  • Paula Malmstrom, Glitzy Jools and Antiques, St. Catharines – costume jewellery and a super range of antiques and vintage.