These Antiques Shows are Right Around The Corner

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Spring is a great time to go antiquing. And two things make it more fun: an interactive experience and heading out not knowing exactly what you are looking for. So head out and take in some history at America’s best antique markets.

Scott Antique Markets (Atlanta)

March 9-12: Scott Antique Markets Americas Favorite Treasure Hunts! Held at Atlanta Expo Centers, just beyond the airport, this monthly market is the world’s largest indoor antique show. Browse an amazing 3500 exhibit booths filled with antiques and collectibles.

Houston Antiques + Art + Design Show at Silver Street Studios

March 17-19: Featuring 50 exhibitors from across the U.S., Europe and Latin America offering fine antique furniture, silver, paintings, bronzes, porcelain, antique & estate jewelry, pottery, rare books, lighting, prints, vintage clothing and accessories.

Randolph Street Market Chicago

March 25-26: All year round, one weekend each month, Randolph Street Market transforms Plumbers Hall into the ultimate shopping, eating, drinking and people watching experience. Three levels with 125 vendors of vintage, antique, indie designer, global and fancy foods. Enjoy live music, libations and local eateries while you shop! “America’s Largest (& liveliest) Urban Antiques Market!”

The 67th Annual Oregon, IL Antique Show

March 26: Over 50 dealers from the Midwest exhibiting antiques from the early 1800’s up to the 1950’s. Crystal & China repair available both days. Plenty of parking, door prizes, concessions & handicap accessible. Entry $6 person, good for both days.

Arbor International Antiques & Interior Design Show at Round Top

March 22-April 1: When planning your trip to Round Top, make sure to see the Arbor International Antiques & Interior Design Show. This stand-out show features 12 acres of crisp white tents with dealers from more than half a dozen countries.  Already well known for fine European and American furniture, linens and industrial pieces, this show also has an attractive reputation for its contemporary fine arts and artists. Spring is a favorite time to go to Round Top. We also suggest Marburger Farm and The Original Round Top Antiques Fair show at Red Barn.

Find more events at the Calendar of Antiques.

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Urban Art and Antiques first published in 2007. If you are interested in becoming a contributor, let us know. Email urbanartantiques (at) gmail.com

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