The beautiful stone barn at the historic Rock Ford Plantation will be the setting for an antiques show Saturday, September 15 from 9 am to 4 pm.
Rock Ford Plantation is the estate of Edward Hand, a Revolutionary War General. The plantation was saved from destruction in 1957 by the Junior League of Lancaster.
Antique dealers will have furniture and antiques for sale in the barn. The public is also invited to bring their own antiques for an "Antiques Road Show" type evaluation. If an heirloon is too large or heavy to bring, photographs may be brought instead - but if bringing photos, they must be of sufficient angles and detail that the experts in attendance can evaluate the condition and any marks on the piece.
Rock Ford Plantation, 881 Rock Ford Road, is south of Lancaster and can be reached off Chesapeake Street. The antique show is part of the celebration of the fiftieth year of Rock Ford's being saved from demolition.
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