ANNUAL ANTIQUES & VINTAGE SHOW
GOLD COUNTRY FAIR,
AUBURN
At the Armory  February 11, 12, 2017
Next Show:  February 10, 11, 2018!
ABOUT THIS SHOW

Western states’ exhibitors took part in Twin Bridges’ Annual Antiques Show
and Sale benefitting the Placer County Library, February 11 and 12 at the Gold
Country Fairgrounds in Auburn.  Funds raised by this event are used to
purchase new materials for the library, such as books, books-on-tape, videos,
and CD’s.  More than $20,500 has been raised to date for the Placer County
Library through this Event.  

Collectors attending the Gold Country Fair Antiques Show discovered a wide
selection of quality merchandise from the Victorian period through the
1980's.  Major exhibits included an outstanding selection of Western
Americana, Folk Art and Native American art; American and European
furniture and furnishings; art pottery & glassware;  sterling silver and
silverplate flatware and holloware; vintage and estate jewelry, watches,
accessories and coins;  tools, militaria and sporting; toys, dolls, linens and
textiles; paper collectibles and repurposed, refurbished and upscaled.  

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Celebrity appraiser Steven Yvaska of San Jose, “The Antiques Adviser” invites collectors to bring their
favorite family heirlooms or latest garage sale finds for verbal identification and evaluation for $5.00 per
item from 11:00 a.m to 4:00 p.m. daily.  Mr. Yvaska is available to assist collectors in pricing antiques for
sale. Arrangements may also be made for private consultation including estate evaluation and written
appraisals for insurance.

Besides writing a popular newspaper column which goes out to 300,000+ readers every other week, Mr.
Yvaska continues to teach  antiques seminars for the City of San Jose and maintain a very active schedule
delivering programs and lectures to antiques clubs, womens’ groups, museums and civic organizations, i.e.
Rotary. He also works with numerous Bay Area non-profit groups, assisting them with the sale of donated
vintage goods. The funds raised help send students to college or summer swim camp and provide medical
care to families in need.  Steven Wayne Yvaska was born in Boston and became a collector by age nine.  He
graduated cum laude from Syracuse University where he began to delve into the decorative arts. He
completed his Master's degree in Environmental Science and studied with experts including Dr. Charles
Ryder Dibble, Sally Kinsey, Ed Fricke, and Bruce Havens. Over the years Steven developed a deep interest
in American silver, the topic of his graduate thesis.
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STEVE YVASKA
Rachel Griswold,
Carson City NV  picks a
lucky drawing winner at
Twin Bridges'
Auburn Show
Collectors shop for treasures in Lori
Hughes of El Sobrante CA's booth
Steve Yvaska appraises pieces for
Gene Mapa and Susan Butler-Mapa
of Colfax
STEVEN YVASKA
"The Antiques Adviser"
ANTIQUE EVALUATION &
IDENTIFICATION
Saturday & Sunday
11am - 4pm
$5.00 Per Item
Barb and Bob Olesen, Penn Valley  
(L) Hollie Glassner, Reno;  Leslie Melgart,
Lincoln; Dennis Cannavan, Camano Island, WA;
and (R) Veronica Carr, Reno
(L) Emma Lyn Leahy & Ethan
Leahy (R), Auburn pick
a lucky winner
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Sharon Barbour,
Greenwood models a
vintage dress purchased
at the Auburn Show
(L) Jim Griffith, Novato and John
Ojeda, Santa Clara (R)
Bill and Carleen Reese, Citrus
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Bill Richter, Loomis