Fort Worth Show of Antiques and Art


120 Top Exhibitors from Across the Nation, Only 2 Days per Year, Only in Fort Worth

On Friday March 7 and Saturday March 8, 2014 the Fort Worth Show of Antiques & Art will welcome shoppers for the 51st year at what has become one of the most diverse antique shows in America. Look for 120 top dealers from California to Pennsylvania, unpacking antiques and art such as American, French, English, Jewelry, Industrial, Fashion, Western, Repurposed, Garden and Mid-Century Modern.

51st Year! Fort Worth Show of Antiques and Art

Fri. March 7, 9 am – 7 pm*
Sat. March 8, 9 am – 5 pm
*Happy Hour Party Fri. 4-7 pm
BBQ, Cash Bar, Clear Fork Jazz

Will Rogers Memorial Center
3400 Burnett-Tandy
Fort Worth, Texas 76107
Free Parking for Carpools of 3

  • 120 Top Exhibitors
  • American French English
  • Art Industrial Jewelry
  • Garden Vintage Western
  • Fashion Mid-Century Modern

Admission: $7, Good Both Days
Discount Coupon at Website
Free for Children 15 and Under

2014 Theme: Mix It Up!

Mixing Styles of Antiques

Mix It Up Vignettes Styled by Uncommon Objects, Austin, TX

Mix It Up Fashion Show Styled by Casa Anita, Montell, TX,
Friday during Happy Hour Party & Sat. at 11 am

2014 Benefit Booth: Dwell with Dignity, Dallas, TX


Show News & Sneak Peeks:,

Few cities in the world host an antique and art show that is 51 years old, especially one with such an adventurous range of styles and prices. Quality will shine at more than one price point, with booths geared for the advanced collector, for the notebook-welding designer and for those just starting to live with antiques, art and vintage style.

“What is unique about the Fort Worth Show is that I travel across America looking for the freshest, hardest-working, most creative dealers in every category and era of merchandise,” says Show Director Jan Orr-Harter. “And then I push them to bring their very best finds at their very best prices.

2014 Show Theme: Mix It Up! Mixing Styles of Antiques

To celebrate the diversity of the Fort Worth Show, the 2014 show theme will be “Mix It Up! Mixing Styles of Antiques.” Uncommon Objects of Austin, TX will create several vignettes that combine diverse styles of furniture and accessories. A Mix It Up fashion show, styled by former Neiman Marcus stylist Casa Anita, will combine vintage and artist-made clothing, jewelry, handbags and boots to show how to wear multiple styles in one outfit. Models will be surprise Fort Worth superstars.

Six Shops Over Texas

The 2014 show also features six exhibitors who own shops across Texas, including LR Antiques of Houston, Adele Kerr & Co. of New Braunfels, the new shop ReVAMP in San Antonio and famed Dallas shop Again & Again. The six shops will bring a taste of their style to the Fort Worth Show, putting their own twist on the “Mix It Up!” theme.

Dwell with Dignity Benefit Booth

This year’s Benefit Booth has been awarded to Dwell with Dignity, the Dallas organization of interior designers who create calm, functional and beautiful environments for families escaping poverty and home-lessness. Dwell with Dignity hopes to create a Fort Worth connection.