JC Promotions, Inc. is bringing their Antiques & Vintage Marketplace to the historic site on Sunday, June 3rd from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Collectors, treasure hunters, and decorators can spend the day shopping for treasures from more than 50 different vendors while surrounded by the historic grounds of Ringwood Manor.
The marketplace will feature vendors selling antiques, collectibles, and vintage items such as coins, U.S. and world stamps, comic books, toys, military items, currency, trains, sports and non-sports cards from the early 20th century, watches, clocks, jewelry, furniture, records, and more.
Additionally a certified appraiser will be performing verbal antiques appraisals between 12 and 5 p.m. He will look at any and all items, with the exception of antiquities (items more than 700 years old) for $10 an item, but no more than two items per person. No appointments are necessary. Proceeds from the antiques appraisal will benefit the preservation of Ringwood Manor and its collections.
While visitors shop, there will also be live performances from jazz and acoustic musicians. Tasty treats will be plentiful from the variety of gourmet food trucks on site, serving empanadas, ice cream and more.
There is no cost to enter the antiques & vintage marketplace, but there is a $5 per in-state car parking fee, and $7 per car out-of-state parking fee to enter Ringwood State Park.
If you are interested in becoming a vendor at the marketplace, contact Cissy Gialanella at 201-998-6311 or email@example.com for more information regarding reserving a space and cost. Please note that while no new retail items, garage sale, or crafts are permitted at this event, JC Promotions has other event dates scheduled for 2018 at which those items can be sold. More information can be found on their website at jcpromotions.info.
Ringwood Manor will also be available to the public in a self-guided, open house format the day of the antiques and vintage fair. The home was the summer estate of the Cooper-Hewitt family and has been designated a National Historic Landmark. Visitors may view 30 of the fully furnished rooms and are given information on the history of the spaces and objects. The fee to enter Ringwood Manor is $3 for adults, $1 for children ages 6 to 12, and children ages 5 and under are free.
For information about Ringwood Manor and its tours, along with the programs, events, and tours offered at the site for 2018, visit ringwoodmanor.org or call 973-962-2240. Ringwood Manor is located at 1304 Sloatsburg Road.