Jan & John Maggs
Antiques and Art
Our January Newsletter
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL!
. . . . and heartfelt thanks to those who helped make 2022 our best year since the tornado and Covid interrupted our lives. We've missed seeing old friends as regularly as we once did, but in the past few months shop visits have resumed as we seem to be learning how to cope with a new normal. Although we're not planning to have regular open times during the winter months, we are always happy to open our shop for visitors or shoppers. A call ahead is always a good idea. Can't wait? Click the chandelier above to visit our website.

Our next event is the New York Antiques Show on January 27 through 29. You'll find information below, including a link to the show. You'll also find a link to pictures of our New Year's Eve dinner, an annual event we've shared with readers since 2009. Of course, you'll also find a recent picture of Pippin and a link to a short video of our New Year's Eve fire. Please enjoy!
Our New Year's Eve Dinner
If you're a regular reader, you know about our traditional New Year's Eve dinner, prepared throughout the days before and shared by the two of us. For those who enjoy being at our little feast virtually, we've once again taken a few pictures, which you can see by clicking the image above.

Happy New Year!
At month’s end we’ll be among the exhibitors in Marvin Getman’s third virtual New York Antiques Show. This three-day online show opening is free to all and will open at noon on Friday, January 27. Its format will be similar to last year’s event, which has been well received by dealers, buyers, and the press. We plan to list around two dozen fresh pieces, some of which reached New York from England over the past weekend. We'll send a reminder later in the month and another link to the show a few minutes before it opens. You may click the logo above to visit the show website now, but it won't be live until noon on the 27th.
Pippin's Page
For Pippin's picture this month we jump back to December, when we were preparing for the holidays. Pippin appears to have felt that one of our ornaments was encroaching on his space on the study floor. We managed to get a photo of the confrontation. Click his picture for a look.
The Back Page
As is our custom, we ate our leisurely New Year's Eve dinner in front our keeping room fireplace. We invite you to share a few moments with us in front of that fire. Just turn up your sound and click the picture.
And thank you for another great year.
Stay safe and be well during the next.
John & Jan