October Dealers Coming up Next
Below is a list in progress for the 2020 March WWAVS Dealers.
Please stay tuned as the list is growing daily!
Alex Acuna Collectibles of the Southwest
Bijou Creek Antiques
BST LLC Ancanthus Antiques
Cannonball Creek Antiques
Cedar Post Antiques & Collectibles
Chris Enebo Antiques
Chris Mulloy Antiques
Corey Ophus Appraisal Service
David McIntosh Antiques
Hands Of Time
Humboldt Bay Trading Company
I & J Antiques & Collectibles
International Antique Galleria
Linscott & Company
Memories & Stuff
Michele's Antiques & Collectibles
My Father's Daughter
North American Indian Arts
OCN, Ancient Jewelry, Coins & Maps
Olsen Fine Art & Antiques
P J's Antiques
Rocky Mountain Mining Co.
Spencer House Antiques
The Pickett Fence, Inc
Wish With Me Antiques
A Few Fun Stories About Our Dealers
About Christ Enebo Antiques:
Chris Enebo has owned Chris Enebo Fine Antique Jewelry for 28 years. She has been a vendor at the World Wide Antique Show since the late 80’s. Her favorite thing about the show since the beginning is the people. “She loves the customers, the other vendors, everyone has become my second family”. We have a community that looks out for one another. These folks are my friends. This is a wonderful business to be in.
After her and her husband had been married for 10 years she was looking for a birthday present. She wanted a unique piece of jewelry. As she was walking down Larimer St. in Denver she finally found a wonderful amethyst pin in the window of shop. Later her husband bought it for her, and her collection of antique jewelry began. After some time her husband said she could not spend money on antiques any more, she was out of room! So, she went into business.
Chris sells antique, unique jewelry. Her favorite types of jewelry come from the Georgian Periods (late 1700’s- early 1800’s), Victorian and Late Art Nouveau Periods. Other favorites include, the retro Period, Deco & Arts & Crafts.
“All of the pieces that I sell, I love. When I find a piece of jewelry that I love I buy it to then sell at a show or to a private customer. I have found that it is hard to sell pieces that I do not love.”
About Connor Grosh
A Few years ago Connor Grosh got "the Bug". One of World Wide's youngest dealers, Connor says it would be hard to choose his favorite item. "My collection of folk art and vernacular photography are what I enjoy the most.
When asked what makes antiques and vintage items so special? Connor replied the craftsmanship, attention to detail, ingenuity the list goes on.
Connor's favorite part of being an antique dealer is waking up early for the sales and meeting with fellow dealers with similar interest.
Connor's booth is fresh and innovative, appealing to the younger generation that is just discovering the quality, design and longevity of antique and vintage decor. Support our local entrepreneurs like Connor and save the planet in the process.
Come see Connor and Wish With Me Antiques at the World Wide Antique & Vintage Show.