22nd International Antique Lamp Show & Sales
*** Public Invited ***
Indianapolis Marriott East, Indianapolis, IN
July 22nd, 2011 -- 3:00 P.M. to 6:00 P.M.
July 23rd, 2011 -- 9:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M.
display of antique coal-oil lamps in the world manufactured from
1870 to 1940. Victorian hanging lamps, student lamps, GWTW lamps,
table lamps, wall lamps, bracket lamps--lamps of all kinds including
the world famous Aladdin kerosene and electric lamps! Plus shades
and parts galore! Several antique lighting clubs will be present.
Dealers from U.S., Canada, Australia and England. Come See, Join, Learn, Enjoy
by: National Association of Aladdin Lamp Collectors,
(309) 385-2337 Bob & Laura Daniels, e-mail:
Bob & Laura
(270) 488-2116 Bill Courter, Kentucky, e-mail:
22nd Annual International Show & Sale is sponsored by National
Association of Aladdin Lamp Collectors and is held in conjunction
with their Gathering (convention) which begins July 20th. The lamp
show is open exclusively to registrants on before 3 P.M. on Friday, July 22nd. The public is invited to visit
the show on the dates and times above for a nominal door charge of $5 ($3 with coupon from Antique Week, Coupon Clipper in
Indianapolis or from local antique shops and malls).
rare and beautiful are the words that describe this unique and unusual
show featuring antique lighting. Upon entering the doors to see
the fantastic display of lights and color, collectors marvel at
the beauty and workmanship of the lamps that were essential to illuminate
our homes long ago. While most can only imagine homes lit by the
warm glow of kerosene, lamp collectors are dedicated to use and
preserve these nostalgic memories.
will be antique lamps of all kinds for sale, including rare early
and primitive lighting, prized colored pattern oil lamps, Gone-With-The-Wind,
art glass lamps, opalescent lamps, miniature lamps, student lamps,
finger lamps, hanging fixtures, floor lamps, as well as the collectible
early electric lamps. Lamp shades and parts for restoring old lamps
will also be available. Lamps made from the 1860s to the 1930s may
seem plentiful in dealer's booths but where else will you find them?
lamp collecting clubs will have educational booths in the show to
answer questions about their specialty in lighting and lamp restoration:
Don Schoenlhy, IL
Historic Lighting Society of Canada:
David Broughton, ON
Guild Lamp Researchers:
Fil Graff, St. Thomas, PA
Historic Lighting Club of England:
Mike Bradley, Nigel Reynolds, UK
Bob Culver, MI
Connie Scott, CT
top quality antique dealers, specializing in lamps and lighting,
from the United States, Canada and England offer an immense variety
of antique lighting and memorabilia.
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