Find safer investments at the Scott Antiques Markets


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Beautiful 15-inch grapevine vases from Napoli, Italy, circa 1910, sold for $400 at Scott Antique Market; and leaf plates sold for $100 each.

Are you looking for an ideal weekend getaway or vacation with a lot of excitement and pizzazz? Visit Scott Antique Market in Atlanta, Ga., the second weekend of each month. The event is the world’s largest treasure hunt with investment-quality antiques and has something for everyone. From jewelry to pottery and pictures to furniture, you’re sure to find something that piques your interest.

Each month over 2,800 exhibitor booths are filled by vendors from around the globe buying and selling their beautiful antiques. Converging on the Atlanta Expo Centers, vendors set up their displays in anticipation of thousands of buyers and/or “lookers” just browsing for something that catches their eye or something they just can’t live without.

The success of the Atlanta market is due in part to the geographical range in dealers. One can find pieces from any period of time and from any place in the world. And there are many one-of-a-kind, as well as very unique items sold at the market. This market has become worthy of travel for many southerners looking to refurnish their homes with model, cherished pieces that will last a lifetime.

 Located off I-285 on Jonesboro Road, the Atlanta market offers a festive and friendly atmosphere for everyone involved. The numerous food vendors, a close proximity to hotels and the airport, and the size of the show only add to the enjoyable experience that keep investors, vendors, and buyers returning month after month.

The Ohio Expo Center in Columbus, Ohio, also plays host to Scott Antique Markets from November through March, and offers an abundance of antiques that everyone can appreciate and enjoy. With over 800 exhibitor booths, this is a market you won’t want to miss. With investment quality antiques galore, you will discover those hard-to-find items are easy to uncover. Located off I-71, this market is just minutes from downtown Columbus, making it easily accessible and hard to miss.

Each month vendors are encouraged to bring “featured” items that antique collectors seek and value the most. Items include high-end furniture, glassware, vintage clothing, Civil War collectibles, and antique jewelry just to name a few. Whether you are looking to refurnish your home or just want a special antique knick-knack, visit Scott Antique Markets.

These markets are very popular with interior decorators, designers, shop owners and collectors who just love to shop for antiques. And while some businesses may be on the downslide with the economy, Scott Antique Market is the ideal stock market alternative and a great way to invest your hard-earned dollars.

Admission to the Atlanta market is a mere $5, which is good for the entire weekend and provides access to both indoor and outdoor vendors. While the Columbus market has free admission for your shopping pleasure, there is a fee for parking. The Ohio market is truly a favorite buying spot for collectors and shop owners located in the Midwest.

Watch for the Ohio season opener Thanksgiving weekend, Nov. 28-29.

For more information on Scott Antique Markets in Ohio and Georgia, please visit www.scottantiquemarket.com or call 740-569-2800.

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