Thursday, October 22, 2009

Get Eco-Chic with Antiques

The World Wide Antique Show brings Eco-Chic to the Denver Merchandise Mart at I-25 and 58th Avenue on October 23-25, 2009. As communities and homes are steadily becoming more environmentally conscious the World Wide Antique Show is announcing this is a fantastic way to shop green this fall season. The show features a diverse selection of vintage pieces and collectibles from around the world that timelessly integrate form and function all without depleting our current environmental resources, all under the idea that vintage items are “designed in the past, desired in the present.” This Eco-Chic theme even transcends into the World Wide Antique Show’s promotional development, printing all the show cards on recycled paper using soy inks, which are better for our environment.

Over 150 dealers from across the country come together to display amazing pieces that fit a wide-range for any collector’s tastes. Unique items can be found everywhere at the World Wide Antique Show, starting with exquisite 19th century jewelry, to superior antique oak and finely made walnut furniture, to rare china and superb-caliber art. While many dealers have exhibited for years and have a committed following, the show always includes new dealers presenting a variety of vintage items and collectibles. You can also find books, dolls, postcards, one-of-a-kind art glass, quality linen and bedding items.

“With many people looking to invest in something tangible, this show is ideal with the selections we have from vintage jewelry to English silver,” commented
Christine Guedea, World Wide Antique Shows Manager. “And the fact that they can feel good about the recycling of “history” becomes the true definition of eco-chic.”

As a special service glass repair will be done on-site by “The Glassman.”

SHOW HOURS are Friday and Saturday 10 a.m. – 6 p.m., and Sunday 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. Admission is $8 and good for all three days. Parking is free. Food and beverages are available onsite. For more information call 303-292-6278 or visit the website.

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