GENESEE COUNTRY ANTIQUE DEALERS ASSOCIATION
“Trestle Bridge Over the Genesee at Portageville” by J. Stilson, ca 1850
WHO WE ARE
The Genesee Country Antique Dealers Association is an organization of antique dealers and industry professionals that adhere to the highest ethical standards within the antique industry.
Explore our membership list. Our members specialize in a vast array of period, style, and types of antiques. Contact information and specialties are provided on our membership page.
Genesee Country Online Antique Show
We would like to thank all of the dealers and visitors to our first online antique show. Greg Smith of The Bee wrote a wonder two-page article on our show. Click on this link to read Greg's article
Also a big thanks to the Digital Antiques Journal for showcasing some of our dealer's pieces in their
eye-catchers section https://antiquesjournal.com/index.php/2020/07/30/eye-catchers-aug-1st-2020/
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Member of the Month
We have been enthusiastic collectors of American antiques for well over 50 years. Our antique business started 40 years ago concentrating on a general line of early pieces ranging from Staffordshire china (mostly Flow Blue china from the 1840s), daguerreotypes, primitives, textiles (quilts-coverlets), vintage outdoor photography, and a range of early furniture.
We are members of the International Flow Blue and Mulberry Collectors Club and have been members of the Genesee Country Antique Dealers Association for over 25 years.
We love the "thrill of the hunt" that antiquing offers, the friendships developed with other antique dealers and our customers, the travel opportunities that the business provides, and the learning and continuing education about American history and the fine products that were produced over the years. Those products are the antiques we enjoy today. They were finely crafted and have survived the test of time. As "objects of art" they speak volumes to those interested and many continue to function and serve their purpose as they always have.
David and Mari Crumb
P.O. Box 132
Hilton, New York 14468
Antique of the Month
BRONZE WHIPPET SCULPTURE
Signed – P. J. Mene’
Fine bronze sculpture of a Whippet, signed P.J. Mene'. Pierce Jules Mene' is considered a pioneer in the art of sculpting animals. Born in Paris in 1810 and died in 1879. The patina and "fingerprinting" on this original piece are exceptional. The condition of the sculpture is beautiful. There is scrollwork on the top surface of the base, where the signature, P.J. Mene,' can be found, and a casting number in the bottom reads - 897.8.
Pieces of the Past Antiques
Cheryl Leonard VanDenburg