The Cathedral Antiques Show returns for 2019 with plenty of new features and new faces. The annual festival of art, antiques, floral motif, and interior design will feature an extraordinary lineup of special events you won’t want to miss!
January 23rd – 27th, 2019
This year’s Show presents new dealers and welcomes back old favorites, complimenting a spectacular lineup of speakers, the beloved Flower Festival, and outstanding Tour of Homes.
All net proceeds benefit Wildnerness Works, which allows homeless and under-resourced Atlanta children time in safe and nurturing environments and largely in nature and the outdoors.
Tour of Homes
Sunday, January 27th | 12:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Step into a world of timeless style as five of Atlanta’s most beautiful private residences are opened to the public for just one day! Each home is a showcase of the best in interior design, architecture, and the art of good living.
Patron Preview Party
Wednesday, January 23rd | 6:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Be the first to see the Show! Including mid-century modern pieces, the gala party offers attendees first choice of fine period furniture, art, jewelry, and accessories from the past four centuries.
The Antiques Show
Thursday -Friday, January 24th – 25th | 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Saturday, January 26th | 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Patrons will discover an exciting mix of new dealers and old favorites presenting a variety of authenticated period furniture, jewelry, art, and accessories!
Thursday – Saturday | January 24th – 26th
See the best in floral design, and encounter masterpieces of classic style as well as examples of the latest trends! Spaces throughout the Antiques Show will be adorned with the work of leading garden clubs, and sacred spaces in the Cathedral of St. Philip will be graced by the designs of Atlanta flower guilds.
Talks & Signings
Thursday – Saturday | January 24th – 276h
Highlights feature Panel Discussions, Book Signings, and the Iron Floral Design Competition back by popular demand! Esteemed guests include: Kinsey Marable, Paula Pryke, Norman Askins, Susan Bozeman, John Howard, among others.
Each year, the Cathedral Antiques Show chooses a local beneficiary to receive all net profits from the Show. This year’s beneficiary Wilderness Works, providing year-round educational, enrichment and outdoor recreation experiences for economically disadvantaged and homeless children living in greater Atlanta.