Riding high from its successful season opener, the Ann Arbor Antiques Market returns this weekend with up to 250 dealers. The May 14-15 show will highlight garden antiques and décor.
The Ann Arbor show is held eight times a year (April through December but skipping November) at the Washtenaw Farm Council Grounds. That’s also where Showtime Auction Serivces‘ holds its massive advertising, coin-op and auctions. As both a college town and suburb of Detroit, Ann Arbor has provided a great audience for antiques and select collectibles.
Show manager Doug Supinger has been rebuilding the show by attracting a fresh, new and young crowd to the show for their shopping activities as well as new and returning dealers. This includes dealers with some of today’s popular antiques and vintage furnishings from Pilgrim and Pioneer styles all the way up to Mid-Century Modern.
Recent collections have included Steuben and Tiffany glass, fine art and folk art. July’s show will highlight ‘urban funk and October will be the 42nd anniversary party, an annual fun filled extra attraction.
For more information visit the show’s website or call Supinger at 734-662-0496, ext. 207.
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