In the News...
The NHADA Show was met with record attendance on opening day. We thank all of you for your support for making this event tremendously successful. As summer is winding down, please check our website for new postings over the next few weeks. We remain available by appointment in New Hope and New York.
Springtime in the City | April 29, 2015
Springtime in the City We have been accepting appointments at our New York City location for over a year now. Any item from our inventory that can be easily transported may be viewed at 115 East 72nd Street, so please contact us if you would like to meet in the city. Check our website and […]
The Third ADA Online Antiques Show | April 1, 2015
The Antiques Dealers’ Association of America is hosting the Third Online Antiques Show April 28-30. Be the first “online” to participate in this unique event by visiting the ADA website on Tuesday April 28th at 10 a.m. from your home, office or cellular device. We are pleased to be exhibiting along with many other […]
Fraktur Drawing by ‘Northampton County Artist’ | February 12, 2015
2015: The Year of the Fraktur Having attended the opening reception of the exhibit Drawn with Spirit: Pennsylvania German Fraktur from the Joan and Victor Johnson Collection at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Perelman Center, we strongly suggest that you make plans to see the finest private assemblage of fraktur in the United States. The […]
61st Annual Winter Antiques Show | December 15, 2014
It is a great honor to be invited for our 19th year as exhibitors at The Winter Antiques Show. We have re-designed our booth to accent a group of fresh and exciting folk art and painted furniture. We look forward to greeting our clients, business associates and friends at the 61st Annual Winter Antiques Show. […]
The 2nd ADA Online Antiques Show | November 25, 2014
Be the first “on-line” to shop at this unique online antique show offered by the ADA. We are pleased to be exhibiting with many other members of the organization who guarantee the authenticity of the pieces represented. Follow the instructions on the link to the show: http://www.adadealers.com/html/online_show.php
Join us at the 51st Delaware Antiques Show | October 16, 2014
We hope you will visit us at our booth at the the 51st Delaware Antiques Show, sponsored by Winterthur. Thursday, November 6, 2014 – Opening Night Party Friday, November 7: 11:00 am–7:00 pm Saturday, November 8: 11:00 am–6:00 pm Sunday, November 9: 11:00 am–5:00 pm For more information, visit Winterthur’s information page on the Delaware […]
A Summer Show in New Hampshire | July 25, 2014
We welcome you to visit our booth at The 57th Annual New Hampshire Antiques Show sponsored by the New Hampshire Antiques Dealers Association (NHADA) in Manchester, NH. where we will be bringing a fine selection of painted furniture and folk art including weathervanes and a selection of ‘Schoolhouse’ quilts. August 7-9, 2014 For additional information, […]
Now Available by Appointment in New York City | December 10, 2013
We are pleased to announce our new location for meeting with clients, in New York City at 115 East 72nd St., in the heart of the Upper East Side. Anything on our website, with the exception of large furniture, can be examined in New York or at our gallery in Bucks County.
50th Annual Delaware Antiques Show | September 20, 2013
We look forward to seeing you at our new booth location during the landmark 50th Anniversary of the Delaware Antiques Show sponsored by Winterthur Museum. November 8-November 10 Opening Night Party, Thursday, November 7th, 5:00-9:00 pm For additional information, please visit the DAS webpage : www.winterthur.org/das
Looking Ahead to the Philadelphia Antiques Show | February 27, 2013
Olde Hope looks forward to our 20th year exhibiting at the Philadelphia Antiques Show now at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia. April 13-15, 2013 with a Preview Party on Friday April 12th
Bell-Guilmet Associates launches a new website | December 12, 2012
Designer David Guilmet and Patrick Bell, of Olde Hope Antiques, have launched a new website.
59th Annual Winter Antiques Show | November 20, 2012
Looking Ahead to the 2013 Winter Antiques Show Olde Hope looks forward to our 16th year exhibiting at the Winter Antiques Show in NYC. January 24 – February 3, 2013
“Pennsylvania in the Heart of Texas” by Johanna McBrien, photography by Phil S. Grant, Antiques & Fine Art Magazine, May 2012 – an article on AFANews.com In addition to maintaining an inventory of exceptional items we also offer a number of services for collectors and designers. We will search for specific items of interest and […]
ADA Award of Merit | February 17, 2012
We are also honored to act as Masters of Ceremonies for the Antiques Dealers’ Association of America’s ‘Award of Merit Dinner’ held at the Philadelphia Antiques Show on Saturday evening, April 28th at 8 P.M. This year’s recipient is the American Folk Art Society. Click on the link for more information.
As we embark on our 18th consecutive year of exhibiting at the PAS, please visit us at Booth #25 and see the painted furniture and folk art that we have found for the show.
a product of passion The American Folk Art Collection of Helen & Steven Kellogg The Kellogg Collection is the most exciting collection of American Folk Art to come on the market in many years. We have been honored by Steven and Helen to work as their advisors on the sale of their treasured antiques. Northeast […]
William Penn’s Treaty with the Indians | June 7, 2010
Olde Hope is pleased to offer a fine, early version of ‘Penn’s Treaty with the Indians’, an oil on pine panel, that descended in the family of Benjamin Rush.
Olde Hope initiates new ‘markdown’ section on its website | October 28, 2009
Olde Hope is offering a group of items at significant discounts in a new section of its website.
Rare, early weathervane sold to the MFA Boston | May 7, 2009
When confronted with serious fiscal issues that threatened its very survival, the First Parish Church of Newbury, Massachusetts, founded in 1635, decided to part with the weathercock that had sat atop the steeple since 1772.
See article in ‘Maine Antique Digest‘, May 2009, 29-A