Mission Statement:
The mission of Kent Association of Riding Therapy, Inc. (KART) is to help children and adults with disabilities enhance their developmental growth, physically, emotionally and cognitively.  KART uses a multi-faceted program
that involves therapeutic horseback riding, grooming and caring for the horse and comprehensive classroom instruction.




2014 Antiques Show
November 28 - November 30, 2014


It’s not often an antiques show is able to celebrate 51 years of supporting a non-profit in its mission, but for the Chestertown Antiques Show and Sale, 2014 marks the anniversary of doing exactly that. Starting off with a Friday night Opening Night Celebration, the Show offers a diverse selection of quality merchandise and exhibitors to satisfy antiques and vintage enthusiasts of all ages and interests.

Presented over Thanksgiving weekend, the show helps to fund the work of the Kent Association of Riding Therapy (KART), an agency that uses a multi-faceted program of therapeutic horseback riding and care of the horses to help children and adults with disabilities enhance their physical, emotional and cognitive developmental growth.

The roster of loyal exhibitors, who have consistently offered quality antiques, furnishings, accessories, art, jewelry, period pieces and silver, has been augmented in recent years by the addition of exhibitors featuring oyster plates, decoys, Americana, 20th century and post-modern design. The Show offers an intimate size allowing for personal interaction between customers and exhibitors, affordability, and a diverse selection reflecting not only current collecting trends, but also the interests of both experienced and young collectors.

The show begins Friday, November 28, with a complimentary Opening Night Celebration from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., as a way of thanking the public and antiques community for their support over 51 years.  It continues Saturday, November 29 from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., and Sunday, November 30 from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Conveniently located at the Washington College Lifetime Fitness Center in Chestertown, Maryland, just off Washington Avenue, Route 213, the Show also offers a bake sale, on-site café, $500 raffle prize and free parking. General admission is $8; the Opening Night Celebration is included in the admission price. For more information
about the show call 410-810-3837.


51st Annual Chestertown Antiques Show & Sale Exhibitors
updated as needed


Dorothy Somerville

Ocean View, DE


Jewelry, Sterling and Silverplate, Accessories


Curiosities Antiques

Charlotte Whitenight

Baltimore, MD


19th Century English silver, china and art & fireplace equipment


Smith House Gallery

Diane Afes Smith

Washington, DC 207-355-5874

Sterling, porcelain, Victorian jewelry, vintage baby items, glass, English “smalls”


Barbara Rew Antiques

Barbara Rew

Towson, MD


Furniture, Accessories, Baltimore Silver


Ornaments & Antiques Ltd.

Peg Zurkowski

Beltsville, MD

Sterling smalls, Christmas ornaments, china and figurines, jewelry


Manlove’s Choice Antiques

Gary Manlove

Greenwood, DE 19950


Period American Furniture and Accessories, Clocks – Grandfather and Shelf


Athena Antiques

John Klosteridis

Timonium, MD


Antique, Estate and Fine Jewelry


Galena Antiques Center & Empire Estates

John Carroll

Galena, MD


18th & 19th Century Furniture & Décor,  Rugs, Jewelry, Art


Suhrprise Shop

Phyllis and Charles Suhr

Annapolis, MD


Country and Formal Furniture, Smalls, Paintings


Dark Horse Antiques

Mike Vasilik

Annapolis, MD

Period American Decorative Arts & Folk Art


Trinkets and Treasures

Philadelphia, PA


Victorian to vintage jewelry in gold, silver and costume, vintage purses, vintage vanity items, sterling pieces and collectibles


Antiques Estates Collections

Elaine Hawes

Falls Church, VA


18th & 19th century Americana; 19th & 20th century art and folk art; vintage holiday, textiles, glass, ceramics, metals and small furniture


Carters Cove Antiques
Theresa Lee Jackson
Topping, VA
Early American glass, colored Victorian glass, 19th century English ceramics, early 20th century art glass and pottery

The Old Board

Don and Barbara Osburn

Easton, MD


English smalls


Time Was Collectables

Ginny Metzler

Bridgeville, DE


China, Glass, Silver, Gold, Collectibles, Small Furniture, Crystal, Depression Glass, Silverplate


Sandra’s Corner

Sandra L. Fonder

Smyrna, DE


Glassware, Primitives, Train Items, Jewelry, Military


Frogeye Co LLC

Jill Kent & Mark Solomons

Washington, DC
202-483-7209; www.theeducatedeyeappraisals.com

American Folk Art, Vintage Decoys,  19th Century Country Furniture & Prints

Pete’s Pickins

Louise H. Clarke

Upper Falls, MD


Traditional American Country furnishings


Delware Avenue Antiques Emporium

Tom Hubler & Kevin Parker

Laurel, DE


Victorian Smalls and Christmas


Peter Nee at Millwood Home

Peter Nee

Millwood, VA


Antiques and decorative furnishings, traditional to post-modern


Antiques from Home

Judith Lesser

Frederick, MD


19th century & Deco-era English ceramics, Quimper, Majolica, Cornish Tartan & Fern wares, quilts, linens & lace



Andrea’s Antiques

Andrea H. Sullivan

Brigantine, NJ


Oyster plates, Oyster memorabilia, Decoys


Deer Forest Antiques

Tyla Workman

Bridgeville, DE


Depression glass, jewelry, pictures and vintage collectibles of all types


Seymour’s Sterling, Inc.

Jim Seymour

Denton, MD


Sterling Silver Flatware & Hollowware, Estate and Antique Jewelry


Wisteria Antiques
Kensington, Maryland
19th century furniture, jewelry and paintings.
Primitives, vintage and architectural accents

Peter Piper Antiques





Even if you are not a horse person, we will find a use for your talents…volunteer leadership and service takes many forms…the hard work of our volunteer board members before the time at the farm is essential to bringing the riders, program volunteers and donations together!  Click here to find out more!

KART | PO Box 126 | Worton, MD 21678 | KART is located at Worthmore Equestrian Center | 11570 Still Pond Road | Worton, MD 21678 | kentridingtherapy@gmail.com
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