The East Hampton Historical Society recently announced the 8th annual East Hampton Antiques Show, which will be held on the weekend of July 19th at the Mulford Farm. This event, recognized as the premier antiques event of the Hamptons, will kick off with a preview cocktail party on Friday, July 18, giving attendees an early buying opportunity, with Honorary Chairwoman and interior designer Celerie Kemble.
“I have long loved shopping the antique show in East Hampton, and am so honored to be part of an event that protects the town’s historic structures and works to preserve its rich history,” Celerie said.
The show will feature over 55 antique dealers with a focus on decorative items for the home and garden including, lighting fixtures, architectural elements, art deco, garden ornaments, accessories, paintings and country painted furniture among others. Multiple Hamptons interior designers will also be present and supporting this years show on the Designers Committee, which includes John Barman, David Kleinberg, Scott Sanders and Charlotte Moss.
The Antiques Show is managed by Ferguson & D’Arruda of Providence, Rhode Island and made possible by the support of BNY Mellon Wealth Management, House Beautiful and Channing Daughters Winery and Charlie Whitmore Gardens.
Tickets to the show are priced at $10 each, with early buying set at $20 and admission to the cocktail party starts at $150 per person and $100 for guests under 40. Attendees of the preview cocktail party will enjoy live music performed by Jane Hastay and Peter Martin Weiss and catering provided by Brent Newsom. All ticket proceeds will benefit the East Hampton Historical Society.
Mulford Farm is located at 10 James Lane in East Hampton. To purchase tickets, please contact the East Hampton Historical Society at 631-324-6850. For more information, visit www.easthamptonhistory.org .