The annual Chamblee, Ga., Festival will be held June 3 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., outdoors rain or shine. The event is hosted by the Chamblee Antique Dealers Association and sponsored by the City of Chamblee and local merchants. Chamblee, with 350+ dealers and more the 500,000 square feet of antiques and collectibles, was recently named as the “Antique Capitol of Georgia” by the Georgia Department of Industry, Trade and Tourism.
Browse through the displays of American and European furniture, black Americana, advertising, Art Deco, art pottery, books, china and glassware, sports memorabilia, toys and dolls, paintings and prints, sterling silver, linens, Persian rugs, vintage clothing, watches and clocks, estate and costume jewelry, antique hardware and much more. In addition to antiques, local artisans will display original works including paintings, pottery, handmade jewelry and beaded items.
The festival will be held in the heart of Chamblee’s Antique Row in front of businesses along Broad Street and Peachtree Road in an open-air market.
Antique Row is located 1 1/2 miles inside I-285 off Peachtree Industrial Boulevard. (exit 31-A).
For more information, contact Shirley Maddox at (770) 458-1614, or visit the Web site at www.antiquerow.com/events.