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The 60th Annual All Saints' Show Wound Down Saturday
The 60th Annual All Saints' Show Wound Down Saturday

The beach may not be the first place you think about for an antique show, but the combination certainly makes for a fun summer getaway. The All Saints’ Antique Show opened for the 60th time last week end closed Saturday after more than three days of learning, socializing and selling. The dealer’s seemed to be in agreement that both the look of the show and over-all quality of merchandise set a new standard for the show. More will be posted on these pages soon, but for now, check out this short video and make plans now for next year!

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Eric Miller is co-founder and contributor to Urban Art & Antiques. His website is ericmiller.me

3 comments

Bravisimo Eric! Thank you for that fine report of the All Saints’ Antiques Show in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. I would also be interested in hearing more about you thoughts on the attendance this year, the dealers moods or if you noticed new dealers, merchandise, art and collectables on the scene/market.
The video was great and thanks again!

I’m not sure yet how many people came through the door. I’d guess it wasn’t what I would have liked it to be, but it did appear folks were buying. There was a great assortment of merchandise, and everyone seemed to agree the quality and look of the show was much improved this year. Credit for that goes to Jay Melrose and Matt Duddy. I think a lot of what we did with social media this year will really build up and pay off next year. We did a lot of work promoting the dealers, and that’s really the key to show management, helping the dealers succeed.

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