BURTON, Ohio — Don’t miss what promises to be one of the most exciting events of the antiques show summer season. Now celebrating its 51st year, the Burton Antiques Market returns to the Geauga County Fairgrounds for the first of this years’ semi-annual shows on June 9. With 400 of America’s leading dealers displaying their finest antiques and vintage collectibles, there promises to be something for everyone in all price ranges.
The show starts off at 8 a.m. Saturday morning, June 9, for Early Buyers wanting to start the treasure hunt and get the first look at the vast array of merchandise being offered. Early Buyers admission is $20. The show continues Saturday from 10 – 5 with General Admission for $6. Nearby parking is free. Great food will be available from the dozens of concession stands. Lots of help will be on hand to assist customers purchasing items on the field to take the merchandise to a loading area where some of the local Amish men will help with loading.
Show promoter Kay Puchstein states, “We have had a tremendous response from the both the buyers and the dealers. It is going to be a very big show.” Many of the returning vendors have done the show for over 30 years and some for over 40 years and a few for all 50 years.
If you are looking for investment quality antiques or desirable vintage collectibles, be sure not this miss this twice a year event. Silver, fine china, jewelry, porcelains, glassware, textiles, paintings, Americana, garden furniture, decorative accessories, rugs, primitives, old tools, and much, much more will be found. Dealers from all over the United States and Canada will be displaying their finest merchandise.
The show will be held rain or shine on the racetrack in Burton at Ohio’s oldest county fairgrounds. Most dealers will be under tents and another 75 vendors will be located inside under the grandstand.
Also plan on attending the second show on Saturday, Sep. 22. For more information and to see a short video on the upcoming shows, visit www.burtonantiquesmarket.com or contact Kay Puchstein at 740-998-5300 or email questions to puchs2[at]yahoo.com.