Monday, September 30, 2013

Exhibitor Spotlight - Whitehall Antiques

Whitehall Antiques can be found, once again, this fall at High Point Market at the Antique & Design Center -space 54 on the ground level of Market Square.
David Lindquist and his daughter Elizabeth Lindquist are the owners of Whitehall Antiques at the Villa.
 Whitehall Antiques has been providing fine antiques in Chapel Hill, NC and beyond since 1930. Specializing in 18th and 19th century country French and formal English furniture with appropriate, art, accessories, silver and more - it is a regular stop for designers and clients from across the country. To see much of their current inventory and take a Google virtual tour, visit their website: Whitehall Antiques. Whitehall also participates in major antiques shows across the country including the Nashville Antiques and Garden Show, The Theta Charity Antiques Show in Houston, TX, The Atlanta Cathedral Antiques Show in Buckhead, the Antique & Design Center of High Point and more.

 Mr. Lindquist is a noted author in the field of antiques and has written a series of books on antique furniture.  He will be speaking on Sunday, October, 20th at 1:30pm  on "Changing Values in a Fast Paced Design Market"
-A hard hitting and hard nosed look at what has happened over the past 10 years to antique and vintage home furnishings. Are you prepared to show your clients that often antique and vintage pieces are less costly than a copy? He will be bringing particular finds from many ADC exhibitor’s booths to share with you, showing photos of finds too large to bring to the lecture room, and showing you how to judge the value of every antique and vintage piece you find. The keys are based on the concept of simple comparisons and you will leave this lecture with that concept firmly planted in your mind. You will be ready for the excitement of your next find and you will have total confidence in that find! Q&A follows and CEU credit will be awarded.  Followed by an afternoon pick-me-up of gelato & coffee.

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