Where the Dealers Are...
The following dealers are CCA members and specialize in Austrian, Bohemian, or Czech Decorative Arts.

Nancy and John Smith operate "The American Sampler" at www.castirononline.com, do shows and attend the CCA Annual Show and Convention. They are located in Barnesville, MD.

David Fein, owner of South Beach Antiques, specializes in Czech pottery including Ditmar Urbach, Erphila, Mrazek peasant pottery and Letovice. He also sets up at the Annual CCA Show and Convention. His inventory may also be viewed at South Beach Antiques

Mary Gawle deals in a variety of Czechoslovakian items including: glass, pottery, jewelry and perfumes. She has booths in the Florence Antique Mall in Kentucky (10 minutes south of Cincinnati off I-75) and the Duck Creek Antique Mall in Cinncinati, OH. Mary also sets up at the 20th Century Show in Cincinnati at the end of February and at the CCA Annual Show and Convention.

Vincent Giarrusso specializes in Czech glass & pottery. He has a booth at the Syracuse Antique Exchange on North Salina St. in Syracuse, N.Y. and sets up at both Brimfield (in May) and the CCA Annual Show and Convention. He also sells on Ebay under Stockantique.

David Phelps specializes in Mrazek Pottery and Czech Birds with the Red Dime Mark. He sets up at the Annual CCA Show and Convention. He also sells through his booth at the Brass Armadillo on I-80/35 between the Second Avenue and East 14th Street exits in Des Moines, Iowa and through his web site at www.czechpottery.com

Bob Stinson and Jerry Buchanan deal in a wide variety of Czechoslovakian items including glass, pottery, and Czech perfume bottles. They are set up in three antique malls in and around Nashville, Tennessee. The malls are the Downtown Antique Mall (in Nashville), Antique Center 1 & 2 (in Murfreesboro, TN. On I-24. 30 miles southeast of Nashville) and Harpeth Antique Mall (in Franklin, TN. On I-65. 20 miles south of Nashville). They also sell on ebay under the dealer name "musiccityusa."

Karl and Amy Lagler carry a wide range of Czechoslovakian glass and pottery. Their inventory may be viewed on-line at Antelope Antiques or seen in person at their shop, Antelope Antiques and Coins, in downtown Ann Arbor, Michigan. They are located at 255 E. Liberty (right downtown) and the number for the shop is (734) 663-2828. They also set up at the Annual CCA Show and Convention.

Lauren and Bill Baldwin ( Baldwin Antiques & Collectibles ) have a large display case located at the Antique Warehouse, located in the Cedros Design District, in Solana Beach, CA. (just a few blocks from the Del Mar Racetrack). It features a wide variety of Czech glass, pottery and collectibles. They have previously been featured in Collector Magazine and love to meet fellow CCA members. They can be contacted at Baldwin Antiques and Collectibles

Cy and Karen Beeman specialize in Czechoslovakian glass. They set up at the Atlantique City show in March and October and the CCA Annual Show and Convention.

Jeff Weller specializes in Loetz, and high end Bohemian & Czech glass. He may be reached through his email: JW.Art.Glass@comcast.net

If you are an antique dealer who specializes in Bohemian, Czech Decorative Arts, are a member of CCA, and would like to be featured on this page, please contact the Web Designer