STRATHAM — Family heirlooms and treasures…what are they worth? What about works of art, jewelry, china, glass, military memorabilia, photographs and small furniture items?
On Sun., October 17, Stratham Historical Society’s 30th annual Fall Appraisal Day, (affectionately known to its members as “The Stratham Antiques Road Show”) will take place from 1:00-3:00 p.m. at Stratham Fire Station, Morgera Room, corner of Winnicutt Road and Portsmouth Avenue, Stratham. The entrance is located at the rear of the building.
Dan Olmstead of Daniel Olmstead Antiques in Newfields, Greg Pruitt and Lionel Loveless of Collector’s Eye in Stratham, and Route 1 Antiques in Hampton Falls will return to assist in providing verbal appraisals and valuable information on all items brought in.
This event is open to the public. Ample parking is available.
Costs are: $5.00 for one item, $8.00 for two and $15.00 for four (maximum five items please). All proceeds to benefit the Stratham Historical Society and will go toward maintaining the Society’s collections and other related expenses.
Please note: We remain sensitive to all current news regarding COVID-19.
Mask wearing is encouraged for all attendees. Complimentary masks will be available if needed.
Half of the audience seating will be set up with pairs of physically-distanced chairs, to be occupied only by guests who feel particularly vulnerable.
Plexiglass shields will be used to safeguard guests and appraisers on Appraisal Day. Hand sanitizer will also be available.
For additional information, call 603-778-0434 or visit www.strathamhistsoc.org.