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.
Canandaigua Antique Show & Sale
June 19, 2021
Canandaigua Civic Center
250 N Bloomfield Rd, Canandaigua, NY 14424
Over 65 dealers featuring folk art, Americana, furniture, artwork, vintage clothing, jewelry, and much more!
RSVP for the show and we will keep you updated on the show
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Member of the Month
Goodwins Antiques was established in 1980 by Bob Goodwin and his son Tom. Originally from Hamilton, New York, they started business in the Madison-Bouckville area primarily through group shops and an occasional local show. Their focus at that time was Hitchcock and Sheraton fancy chairs along with hand-colored natural history prints. Expansion of their business was based on common interests and experiences with travel to various parts of the world, always with antiques in the back of their minds.
Their specialties now include Asian antiques, period American furniture, and tribal art from the American West, pre-Columbian period, the South Pacific, and Africa.
Now retired from their non-antique jobs, they split their time between Pulaski, New York on the shore of Lake Ontario, and Reedville, Virginia on the shore of the Chesapeake Bay. They attend shows in both Upstate New York and Central & Northern Virginia. They still are on the move always looking for that next great find.
Robert and Tom Goodwin
Pulaski, New York
Antique of the Month
Charles Williamson- “Description of the Genesee Country”
Pamphlet - First edition (Albany 1798) with 2 fold-out maps.
This rare promotional pamphlet by C. Williamson, a British agent for British investors in W.N.Y., helped open up the Genesee Region with the new town of Bath as its center. In original brown wrappers and bound by famous Buffalo binder, Grabau, in green and gilt Morocco leather.
Kevin T. Ransom- Bookseller
BLOGS FROM OUR MEMBERS
The GCADA Marketplace is an online antique market. Our participating members are offering folk art, Americana, stoneware, artwork, textiles, furniture, vintage clothing, and much more! Our dealers will be updating their inventory often and new members will be joining the marketplace. You can shop by category or by the dealer. Each dealer has their own dealer page showcasing their items.