ANNUAL ANTIQUE SHOW & SALE
GOLD COUNTRY FAIR
AUBURN
February 23, 24, 2013
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ABOUT THIS SHOW
Twin Bridges Annual Antique Show at the Gold
Country Fair Grounds in Auburn, CA benefits the
Placer County Library. Funds raised by this event are
used to purchase new materials for the library, such
as books, books-on-tape, videos, and CD’s.  Almost
$16,000 has been raised to date
through this event.  

Collectors attending the Gold Country Fair Show will
discover a wide selection of quality merchandise
from the Victorian period through the 1980's.  Major
exhibits will include an outstanding selection of glass,
china, porcelains and pottery; vintage and estate
jewelry; sterling flatware pattern matching; primitives
and American country; watches and accessories;
dolls, linens, textiles, buttons, coins and wine
collectibles; American Indian; paintings, paper
collectibles and vintage baseball cards; Christmas
and Halloween; and American and European Furniture
and furnishings.  


FREE RETURN & FREE PARKING
Phyllis Meltzer of
Remember When?,
Oakdale CA
Kenny & Judy Lang of Miracle
Glass Repair,
Grass Valley CA
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APPRAISALS DAILY 11AM-4PM
By Steven Yvaska, "The Antiques Adviser"
Evaluation & Identification $5.00 Per Item
Volunteers from the Foothill  Quilters' Guild will display
and sell raffle tickets for this year's Opportunity Quilt.
Picutred:  Last year's Opportunity Quilt, a replication of a
Prince's Plume (feather) quilt. The original antique quilt,
owned by Catherine Kypta, was made sometime between
1845 and 1865. Both red and green quilts and Prince's
Plume quilts were popular during this time.
Quilt coordinated by Lynn Cooper; hand applique and
machine piecing by eleven guild members; quilting by
Derek Lockwood.
Information on the Foothill
Quilters' Guild
Besides writing a popular newspaper column which goes out to
300,000+ readers every other week, Mr. Yvaska continues to teach  
antiques seminars for the City of San Jose and maintain a very active
schedule delivering programs and lectures to antiques clubs,
womens’ groups, museums and civic organizations, i.e. Rotary. He
also works with numerous Bay Area non-profit groups, assisting them
with the sale of donated vintage goods. The funds raised help send
students to college or summer swim camp and provide medical care
to families in need.  Steven Wayne Yvaska was born in Boston and
became a collector by age nine.  He graduated cum laude from
Syracuse University where he began to delve into the decorative arts.
He completed his Master's degree in Environmental Science and
studied with experts including Dr. Charles Ryder Dibble, Sally Kinsey,
Ed Fricke, and Bruce Havens. Over the years Steven developed a
deep interest in American silver, the topic of his graduate thesis.
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STEVE YVASKA
Barb and Bob Olesen of
Gold Rush Antiques,
Penn Valley CA
Floyd Pearson
of Lakehead CA
Gary Linscott of Linscott
& Co., Fresno CA
Veteran collector Diane
Negrete of Lincoln, CA
Ernest & Linda Portillo of JMJ
Jewelry, Sacramento CA
Laura Eavery of
Healdsburg CA
Jenna Musselwhite
of Phoenix, AZ picks
a lucky drawing
winner at Twin
Bridges' 2012
Auburn Show
Foothill Quilters Guild Opportunity Quilt
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