The Colors Of Christmas At The Burlington Emporium

December 1, 2017

With the holiday season upon us, the lights are going up, the Christmas music is on the radio, and the shopping has begun. The Historic Burlington Antique and Art Emporium has filled its courtyard with the lights of Christmas. Inside the Emporium, dealers have filled the display case with the colors of Christmas. Traditionally, red, green, and gold are colors associated with Christmas. Through the years, other colors of silver, white and blue have been added.
Emporium dealers have filled the display case with Christmas pins, vases, goblets, perfume bottles, Christmas figures, tree ornaments, table collectibles, and Santa items. The light show and display case will stay decorated through January for viewing.
The Emporium is located at 424 High St., Burlington City, N.J., and open seven days a week from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., with extended hours until 7 p.m. on Thursdays. The coffee pot is always on, and complimentary snacks are available.
All of the dealers of the Emporium want to wish readers a very Merry Christmas.
Shawn Surmick

Shawn Surmick

Shawn Surmick has been an avid collector since the age of 12. He started his first eBay business known as electrogames at the age of 19 that catered to vintage video game collectors and enthusiasts. He currently resides in his hometown of Boyertown, Pa., and is a passionate collector of antiques and collectibles. His articles focus on various topics affecting the marketplace.

Antiques & Auction News Article: The Colors Of Christmas At The Burlington Emporium
Antiques & Auction News Article: The Colors Of Christmas At The Burlington Emporium
Antiques & Auction News Article: The Colors Of Christmas At The Burlington Emporium
Antiques & Auction News Article: The Colors Of Christmas At The Burlington Emporium

 

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