Antique Show in Pittsburgh

On October 8th and 9th, an antique show returned to the Calvary United Methodist Church in Allegheny West neighborhood of Pittsburgh. Directed by antiques dealer Martin Fuess, it included twenty dealers from Western Pennsylvania and Ohio selling their antiques and collectibles.

As Fuess said, “I make a concerted effort to up the diversity in terms of available merchandise, including china, artwork, glassware, jewelry, prints and more.” The actual setting is as much a treasure as are the things people found to buy. The church dates from 1893 and has a restored 1895 Farrand & Votey organ in its sanctuary.

This was the second year of the show and included Regis Bush, owner of Kensington Court Antiques in Ross, Sewickley Antiques, Shaw Galleries of Downtown Pittsburgh, Timeless Treasures of West Mifflin, Joan Rudolph of Antique Junction in Canonsburg and Brandon Riggans of Columbus, Ohio.

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