Were parts of the Main Line more English than England in the 1930s?
Sounds ludicrous, right, but you might feel differently after hearing Jeff Groff, local historian and Director of Public Programs at Winterthur, give his lecture on the subject at the Main Line Antiques Show.
The sixth annual antiques show brings more than 30 respected dealers with a wide variety of items available for purchase.
The Main Line Antiques Show offers three lectures, including two by Jeff Groff and one by James Garrison, focusing on the topics of local history and architecture.
The show is held at the Radnor Valley Country Club on November 12 and 13. A preview party kicks off the event on Friday November 11
Exhibitors include Eve Stone Antiques, Hollie Powers Holt Fine Arts, Gallery 51, and Dixon-Hall Fine Art, among others will display fine are, furniture, porcelain, and textiles.
The cost is $12 or $10 with a coupon. The event benefits Surrey Services, which helps older adults to live at home independently.
For a full list of dealers or for more information visit www.mainlineantiquesshow.com.