The Hunt Country Winter Antiques Show is an annual show normally held in January at the Hills School in Middleburg Virginia. This antiques and collectibles show attracts over fifty dealers and hundreds of visitors from the Mid Atlantic region. The Hunt Country Winter Antiques Show features antique furniture, silver, paintings, books, vintage fashions, pottery, porcelain and china as well as rugs, antique lighting and clocks.
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Hunt Country Winter Antiques Show
The Hill Middle School
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In the early 19th century, mechanical glass pressing machines made proliferated in America. Early American Pattern Glass (EAPG) was made by pressing the melted glass with iron molds, which had patterns already cut into them. This made it companies in the U.S. to compete with European companies that were producing and exporting inexpensive glass products into the country. One such company to enter this market in the late 19th century was Riverside Glass Works in Wellsburg, West Virginia.