Art and Antiques
at The War Memorial

Everything old is new again, and especially so at The War Memorial's first annual Art and Antiques show!

November 2–5, 2017


Antiques & ARTfest
Enjoy a festive Fall party on our lawn overlooking Lake St. Clair!

Saturday, November 4, 2017
7–11pm
$65 per person
$100 per couple
Door sales only

  • Beer, wine, spiced cider
  • Light food stations
  • Dessert bar
  • Live music

Art & Antiques general admission

Friday–Sunday, November 3–5, 2017
$15 per person per day
Door sales only

Saturday, November 4, 2017
10am–5pm
Featuring special presentation at 2pm
Mixing Antiques with Contemporary Furniture and Art
Corey Damen Jenkins
Corey Damen Jenkins & Associates, LLC
2017 Trad Designer Awardee by Traditional Homes

Sunday, November 5, 2017
12pm–5pm


Featured dealers for the Art & Antique show

RETURNING FROM CHRIST CHURCH GROSSE POINTE SHOW AND SALE
Whitehall Antiques
Poverty Hollow
Roberto Frietas American Antiques & Art
Somerset Antiques & Estate Jewelry
D.R. Grissom Collection
Dana Kelly Oriental Rugs, Inc.
Jayne Thompson Antiques
American Eagle Antiques
McDonough Fine Art
Victoriana
Fern Larking Kao
Dede & Jim Taylor
Carlson & Stevenson
Aunt El's Attic   
Beth Poindexter Luxe
E. Patrick Gallery
Howard I. Price II Fine Prints and Panamanian Imports
Linda Ketterling Fine Majolica
Susan Van der Veer Antiques
Sue Robinette Silver & Antiques

EXHIBITORS NEW TO THIS YEAR'S SHOW AND SALE
Schorr & Dobinsky, East Hampton, L.I., New York
Lynda Willauer Fine Antiques, Art, and Ceramics, Nantucket, Mass.
Kenny Ball Antiques, Charlottesville, Va.


Formerly a fundraiser for Christ Church Grosse Pointe, Art and Antiques has found a new home in the historic Alger estate, where proceeds will now support the preservation and restoration of our historic mansion.

Held over four days, Art and Antiques features a series of events with something for every varietal of art and décor lover. The show opens with a formal Preview Party, followed two days later by an outdoor bash — our Antiques & ARTfest. General admission opens between the two premiere events and continues through the weekend.

“Our guests can visit all their favorite dealers from across the country, including many of those who frequented the show at Christ Church Grosse Pointe,” said Joyce Russell, Director of Institutional Advancement at The War Memorial. A wide array of vendors will be represented — all professionally displayed within the beautiful ambiance of the historic Alger House and ballroom.

ArtAndAntiques AlgerEstate

Before becoming The War Memorial, the beautiful estate at 32 Lake Shore Drive was the family home of Russell A. Alger, Jr.

Designed by Charles A. Platt and built in 1910, the Italian Renaissance home was named The Moorings.

After Russell’s death in 1930, the Alger family sought a way for the house to be used to improve the quality of life in the community. It found its first public use in 1936 as a branch museum of the Detroit Institute of Arts, and was later deeded to our own Grosse Pointe War Memorial Association.

Proceeds from Art and Antiques will be used to support the preservation, restoration, and enhancement of the Alger estate.


 A very special thank you to our sponsors 

Alger Sponsor

Gioconda & Thayer McMillan 

Title Sponsor

Ed & Marcia Russell 

Signature Sponsor

Thomas Smith & Marie Vanerian 

Benefactor 

Christine & Dr. Anthony Alcantara
John & Rebecca Booth
Betsy & Gaylord Creedon
Friends of the Grosse Pointe & Harper Woods Communities
George Johnson & Company
Dr. Donna Hoban
Scottie & Gar Knight
Valerie & Patrick Moran
Alicia & John Nicholson
Jack & Lynn Schneider
Beverly & Clune Walsh
Mary Wilson
David & Bernadine Wu
Mary Ann Zinn

Gifts in Kind

Blake's Orchard & Cider Mill
Great Lakes Wine & Spirits
Motor City Popcorn 
ShutterBooth