The Austin Glass, China & Pottery Show is one of the most specialized and major upcoming business events. Coming February 13th-14th at the Travis County Expo Center, this Show and Sale is one event you don’t want to miss. All the leading design makers and emerging professionals in the art, craft and design industry are looking for a perfect business platform like this. This Show and Sale will exhibit vast ranging premium art and antiques including China glass, art pottery, sculpture, jewelry, ceramics, finest furniture, hosier cabinet, dining table, bedroom suite and other related rare and decorative objects.
Admission prices for this event are $6.00 and it is good for both days. There will be hourly door prizes and concessions available on site. The displays that will be available include the Sarah Van Dalsem which is on loan from the NDGA National Museum of Glass in Wellington, Kansas. The show times are listed below:
Saturday, Feb. 13th – 10 am – 5 pm
Sunday, Feb. 14th – 11 am - 4 pm
The owners of Looking Glass Production, Pam and Fred Meyer, are long time dealers in Depression-era glassware and pottery and have been seen at many shows in Texas and the surrounding states. Both are active members of the NGDA (National Depression Glass Association).
Author:Allison Gaddy Phone: 512-954-8800 Dated: January 30th 2016 Views: 203 About Allison: Allison co-founded the Gaddy Group and manages the company’s Austin, Texas operations.
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