The 18th Century Artisan Show
Lewisburg, PA

This event is a showcase of some of the finest Contemporary American Folk Art America has to offer. This includes period jewelers, potters, furniture makers, flintlock rifle and powderhorn makers and more!
100 tables of Contemporary and Antique folk art: displaying antique and contemporary muzzleloading rifles, powder horns, hunting bags, knives and accoutrements. Also redware pottery, handmade furniture, copperware, tinware, hand forged knives, silver work, art, books, and more. There is also a separate room featuring muzzleloading gun parts and supplies.

February 5th & February 6th, 2016

At the The Country Cupboard Inn
7701 West Branch Highway
Lewisburg, PA 17837

Two miles north of Lewisburg, PA on U.S. Route 15 North
Five miles south of I-80 - Lewisburg Exit 210A

Friday: 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Saturday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Admission: $5.00

Rooms are available for your stay, at the
Best Western Country Cupboard Inn,
Please click link above or call 570-524-5500 to make your reservations

We hope to see you all in February 2016

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For Information Contact:
Art DeCamp 814-643-6343
John Getz 570-541-1655
or e-Mail
The 18th Century Artisan Show is
operated by Artisan Show, LLC

NOTE: Muzzleloading firearms ONLY!
No cartridge, or post-1898 style firearms.

Check Back Often for more updates

View a List of 2015's Artisans & exhibitors

Some Links to our Friends & Patrons

Enjoy the Bill Neal's Photo Gallery from our 2015 show

Enjoy the Bill Neal's Photo Gallery from our 2014 show

Enjoy the John Walter Photo Galleries from our 2012 show

Photo Gallery 1 Photo Gallery 2

Photo Gallery 3 Photo Gallery 4

Photo galleries from the 2011 show

The Show by Eric Fleisher Tavern Night by Eric Fleisher

The Show by Edmund Davidson The Show by John Walter

Photo galleries from our 2010 show

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Photo galleries from the 2009 show

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Website last updated 02/22/2015

(This website provided & maintained by Liv18thC ...... Jim W. Filipski)