Chamblee’s Antique Row will host its annual Christmas Open House on Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 6-7 with free refreshments and special sale prices. Chamblee’s Antique District is the largest and most distinctive antiquing community in Georgia. With more than 250 dealers and more the 400,000 square feet of Antiques & Collectibles, Chamblee was recently named the “Antique Capitol of Georgia” by the Georgia Department of Industry, Trade and Tourism.
“Providing shoppers with holiday treats as a token of customer appreciation has been a tradition of Antique Row for more than 30 years”, said Syl Turner, president of the Chamblee Antique Dealers Association. Shoppers enjoy holiday refreshments as they stroll from shop to shop in this unique antiquing neighborhood. The variety of merchandise is astounding – American & European Furniture; black Americana; advertising; art deco; art pottery; rare and used books; radios and phonographs; china and glassware; toys and dolls; paintings and prints; watches and clocks; estate and costume jewelry; medical and scientific instruments; postcards and ephemera; sports memorabilia; sterling silver; linens; Persian rugs; vintage clothing; antique hardware; and more.
This year the Chamblee merchants will be giving away $250 in gift certificates to a few lucky shoppers. Entry forms are available at shops on Antique Row. For more information call 770 458-6316 or visit www.antiquerow.com.