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Dealers For The Gladstone Antiques Show Contribute To American Red Cross Disaster Fund On Behalf Of United States Equestrian Team

Gladstone, NJ-September 13, 2001-After Tuesday's tragic events, the dealers for the 7th Annual Gladstone Antiques Show, presented by The Glenmede Trust Company of New Jersey, September 22-23, have decided to donate antiques to be sold during the show with proceeds going directly to the American Red Cross Disaster Fund in the name of the United States Equestrian Team (USET). The show will be held at the USET Headquarters and Olympic Training Center in Gladstone, NJ.
The following is the list of dealers:

Anne Clark James
Bonsal-Douglas Antiques
Cecilia B. Williams
Celtic Garden Imports
Cokesbury, Corp.
Cottage & Camp
Country Squire, Inc.
Danielle Ann Millican
David Allan Ramsey
Dixon-Hall Fine Art
Edwin C. Skinner
Epping Forest Antiques
Fayne Landes Antiques
Fiske & Freeman
Flatiron Antiques
Geoffrey A. Orley & Shabahang Persian Carpets
Gordon S. Converse & Co
James Galley
Jane McClafferty Antiques
Janet K. Fanto, Antiques & Rare Books
Joan B.Hanson
Johanna Antiques
Judd Gregory
J.D. Querry Antiques
K.C. Clark Antiques, Ltd.
Kim Reed, Oriental Rugs
Linda Coleman
Ludlow & Ely Antiques, LLC
Madeline & Owen Groark
Marc Witus
Meadowood Antiques
Mimi Gunn
Nancy & Alan Gilbert
Queripel Interiors
Recycling The Past
Hooper's Books
R.M. Worth Antiques Inc.
Roger Winter, Ltd.
Roger Tunis, Fine Art
Sally Good Antiques
Thomas & Julia Barringer
Thompson's Antiques
Three Friends Studio
Tim Evans
Washington Square Gallery, Ltd.
White & White Antiques & Interiors, Inc.
William Hutchison
W.M. Schwind, Jr.

The Friday evening Preview Party, sponsored by Knickerbocker LLC and hosted by Town & Country Magazine, will also feature the USET's 2000 Olympic riders who will serve as Honorary Co-Chairs. Equestrian enthusiasts and antiques collectors alike will have the opportunity to meet the Olympic athletes, who are hosted by Mintz & Associates, Inc. The John Johnson Trio will entertain guests with their lively jazz and pop repertoire of music. A Friday evening scavenger hunt is sponsored by Tree-Tech.

In conjunction with the antiques show, the weekend will include a Saturday Champagne Brunch hosted by Hamilton Farm Golf Club and a scavenger hunt sponsored by Epitome Clothing Boutique of Bernardsville, followed by an Afternoon Tea hosted by the The Olde Mill Inn. The Saturday Tea will be held in the Palm Court with guests enjoying the lulling sounds of a harpist. Peapack-Gladstone Bank will host Sunday's Champagne Brunch with a Sunday scavenger hunt sponsored by NUI Corporation. Gary's Wine and Marketplace is generously donating beverages for these special events throughout the weekend. The dramatic landscaping and lighting for the weekend events are donated by Dubrow's Landscape, Inc., and the music is courtesy of Richard A. Eisner LLP. Paul Miller Motors will display luxury automobiles throughout the weekend. Additionally, Quick Chek has generously donated breakfast to the dealers who are participating in the show.

Over 50 dealers from throughout the nation will be offering a wonderful variety of 17th, 18th and 19th century antiques for sale. "The Fall Garden" theme of this year's show will showcase unique garden collections of antiques dealers. The show will also feature fine early American, English, and Continental furniture and formal decorative arts, paintings and prints, silver, and oriental rugs, as well as a large selection of folk art and Americana. All antiques are authenticated and guaranteed by the dealers. The European architectural achievement of the USET headquarters provides an appropriately unique setting for the antiques show. Dealers will display their antiques in the elegant stable facility as well as the spacious indoor arena. The facility was originally part of the resplendent country estate of James Cox Brady and at its zenith sprawled over 5,000 acres. Spectators will also enjoy the equestrian demonstrations that will be presented throughout the weekend. The event is easily accessible from all New York and New Jersey points by major interstates 78 and 287.

Glenmede is among the nation's foremost investment, trust and wealth advisory firms. A premier service organization, Glenmede delivers advice for enhancing, preserving and transferring wealth through financial, tax, estate and charitable planning. Its investment capabilities range from manager selection to risk management strategies and include specialization in private equity funds. Glenmede offers asset management to institutional investors, foundations, endowments, public funds and retirement plans. Knickerbocker LLC is a private management firm overseeing the accounting and investments of various trusts, foundations and individuals. The USET is so grateful for the generous contributions and commitment of the Gladstone Antiques Show sponsors who have made this event possible. The USET is a non-profit organization that selects, trains, equips and finances equestrians of the highest possible standard to represent our country in major international competition, including the Olympic Games and World Championships. To accomplish this the USET seeks out and nurtures the development of talented athletes- - riders, drivers and horses - - and provides the support and guidance they need to help them attain their fullest potential.

Daily general admission is $10.00 per adult. Children under 12 are admitted free. All proceeds from the show benefit the USET. For hours, invitations, directions, or other information, please contact Lilibet Clarke at (908) 234-1251.

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