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 Bread n Butter Antiques

- Fine Gifts and Interiors -

explore simple luxury

Retail Sales - Art Gallery

Hospitality - Reservations

Valuations - Consulting

- Early American Flag made in Philadelphia -

Museum of the American Revolution 

 - Health and Hygiene -

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+ COVID19 +

We understand that the best experiences are those that make us feel alive,
cherish life in the moment and connect us back to ourselves and to others.
- Our Hospitality Locations are Open for Overnight Accommodations -
For Reservations: Please send an email to info@breadnbutterantiques

Bread n Butter Antiques

 - Material Culture -

The study of material culture centers upon objects, their properties, and the materials they are made of...

Antique Metal Egg Crate c. 1917-1920

There will always be demand for something that is handcrafted, premium quality, and of lasting value.


Kurt Costello - Director & Valuation Professional

Explore the luxury market of fine art and material culture.

Our organization has deployed the use of blockchain to offer digital asset tracking for objects sold by the Art Gallery. 


Bread n Butter Antiques, LLC 

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Bread n Butter Antiques

- Information Technology & Compliance -

 Business Continuity - Daily Operations Report

In a protest or riot situation, our protective effort takes on special urgency and requires different methods from those employed during normal operations. Protests and riots are unstable, high-tension events that can have outcomes as serious as loss of life, severe personal injuries, major property damage, and complete stoppage of legitimate business activities. A situation including civil unrest may include the implementation of our advanced security profile in an effort to discourage others from harming our employees and facilities.
Our ability to show respect for others, no matter what, is an important part of our value system. 

We treat everyone with kindness and compassion.


Family as Teacher (Virtual Program)

Mondays: May 3rd and June 7th from 12:00–12:30 PM

Every Family has a teacher. Guardians and parents are the first teachers. At this moment many families are finding that they are contributing more heavily to their children’s education. Connect with other families who are engaged with virtual learning, homeschooling, and edu–pods as well as the many resources Winterthur has to offer. Together we will look at flexible and progressive approaches for teaching and supporting learners of all ages. Free!

Bourbon and Bluegrass

May 14th from 5:00–8:00 PM

With Point-to-Point and Derby Day, we’ll be off to the races in the month of May! Join us for fun off the race course with a bourbon tasting and bluegrass music as we bring Kentucky Derby-style to Delaware. Enjoy this walking bourbon tasting among the Winterthur Garden in its springtime finest. Noggin Hill, a Philadelphia-based acoustic bluegrass and folk band, will perform. Their rustic repertoire harkens to another time and incorporates vocal and instrumental elements of bluegrass, "old time," and the Americana styles.

$65 per guest. Includes six tastings of Kentucky bourbon, a snack box, and live music.  $20 per designated driver (includes snack box); $20 kids 16 and over (includes snack box); Kids 16 and under are free (no food or drink inclusions).  This is an outdoor walking event across several acres in the garden. Rain date is Sunday, May 16.

 43rd Annual Point-to-Point

Sunday, May 30, 2021

The safety of guests is Winterthur’s number one priority. To comply with state regulations for Covid-19, Point-to-Point is going back to its roots of steeplechase racing and picnicking on the hills of Winterthur. Only 3,600 spectators are permitted to attend, and sales of tailgate parking spaces are limited to owners of Lifetime Rights. There will be no general admission wristbands this year. Owners of Lifetime Rights may purchase their parking spaces between April 1 and 15. On April 16, unsold spaces will be offered to the general public for this year’s event only. Each space includes four (4) wristbands. Six more may be purchased at $60 each, for a total of 10 per space. Children under 2 are free, but a wristband is required. Children of all ages count as part of the ten-wristband limit. A limited number of Tailgate Parking tents on the rail are available to anyone. Each tent includes a parking space and four (4) wristbands. Additional wristbands may be purchased at $60 each, for a total of 10 per space. Again, children under 2 are free, but a wristband is required. Children of all ages count as part of the ten-wristband limit. There is no general admission this year, but your tailgate guests may purchase wristbands by providing the tailgate spot number and your name as the owner. No personal tents, canopies, market or beach umbrellas, or awnings are allowed. So, if you would like shade and cover, please consider a Tailgate Parking Tent.

To purchase, please call 302.888.4994 or e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. All sales will end on Saturday, May 29. Orders will be charged $5 for shipping. We are unable to provide office pick-up this year. There are no online sales. Please see the map for tailgate tents and parking locations. Purchases over $240 are tax deductible. All guests must bring a mask. Wearing masks is required wherever it is difficult to maintain a safe social distance of 6 feet from people who are not from your household. If you have a medical condition that prevents you from wearing a face mask, we ask that you do not attend Point-to-Point. Be creative with your facewear—the best face cover will win our MASKerade contest.

Though we are unable to provide traditions such as the carriage parade and marketplace this year, we encourage you to gather safely for picnicking along the racecourse. Food and drink, including alcoholic beverages, are permitted, but they will not be available for sale on-site. Please enjoy responsibly.

We look forward to seeing everyone attending the races on May 30th.


BnB Antiques added a new service – Delaware Notary Public 

Commissioned independent Delaware Notary Public,

approved and authorized to perform notarial acts in the State of Delaware.  

 All employees receive sensitivity training.
Our code of conduct mandates that all members of our organization
complete sensitivity and unconscious bias training.
Every family has a legacy to preserve...
 @bnbantiques Heritage Meets Technological Innovation
 Digital Asset Tracking #blockchain
 Dun and Bradstreet 

Bread n Butter Antiques, LLC is excited to report that we received our D-U-N-S Number and we are working diligently to complete our corporate profile. Dun and Bradstreet collects data from thousands of sources and puts it through a rigorous quality process before it creates a company file and assigns a DUNS number.

#design #museum #curate #art #vintage #conservation #creativity #inspiration #international #articulation

We feature amazing examples of why it is important to take our time and always consider the possibilities to recycle.

We help material culture find its way around the world.

BnB Antiques is excited about an item from our collection that was recently purchased for a museum in Hong Kong. This rare Nasco-Raggedy Ann Doll made in Hong Kong by The Bobbs-Merrill Company in 1975 traveled home to be on display at the Hong Kong Design Institute 


- Color -


The season brings soft and warm colors to our homes

"Vernal Falls in Spring"

Material Culture - Original Art Collection by M.E. Lafferty 

Every family has a legacy to preserve...
Family heirlooms and their history can be saved for future generations.

- Inspired by History -

~ Family Heirlooms are an important part of history ~


Philadelphia, PA 

Milton, DE

Millsboro, DE

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Tel: 215-694-0834 



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