Thursday, March 4, 2010

World Wide Antique Show - Vintage Gone Green

Denver (forte advertising) – The World Wide Antique Show brings Eco-Chic to the Denver Merchandise Mart at I-25 and 58th Avenue. As communities and homes are steadily becoming more environmentally conscious the World Wide Antique Show introduces this as a fantastic way to shop green this spring. The show features a diverse selection of vintage pieces and collectibles from around the world that timelessly integrate form and function without depleting our current environmental resources, all under the idea that vintage items are “designed in the past, desired in the present.” This Eco-Chic theme even transcends into the World Wide Antique Show’s promotional development, printing all the show cards on recycled paper using soy inks, which are better for our environment.

Guests will have the opportunity to view and purchase from over 150 art and antique aficionados who will be displaying amazing pieces that combine all genres of vintage items, antiques and collectibles. Every collector’s taste will be met from furniture, 20th Century design, Asian art and antiquities to jewelry, paintings, posters, decorative art and sculpture, plus much more. The show always includes new dealers and familiar favorites presenting incredibly diverse and solid quality items. You will also find books, dolls, postcards, one-of-a-kind art glass, quality linen and bedding.
“With many people looking to invest in something tangible, this show is ideal with the selections we have from vintage jewelry to English silver,” commented Christine Guedea, World Wide Antique Shows Manager. “And the fact that they can feel good about the recycling of “history” becomes the true definition of eco-chic.”

SHOW HOURS are Friday and Saturday 10 a.m. – 6 p.m., and Sunday 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. Admission is $8 and good for all three days. Parking is free. Food and beverages are available onsite. For more information call 303-292-6278 or visit the website