The show is considered the most important of its kind annually in the city, and this year has the most dealers in many years, promising a real treat for collectors.
Beautiful antique glass, jewelry, silver, furniture, paintings and more will be for sale with dealers from all over the Southeast. Bill Carney, founder and director of the Chattanooga Woodworking Academy, will be featured informally during the event, speaking about restoring antiques, as well as building reproductions.
The event’s preview party is Feb. 21 from 7 to 10 p.m. at Stratton Hall, where for $75, party-goers will have the chance to purchase their chosen items in advance, while enjoying catering from Events With Taste and wine, water or soft drinks. Valet parking will be available.
Media sponsors of the show include the Times Free Press and Fairway Outdoor. Business sponsors include the Bluff View Arts District, Blue Cross Blue Shield, the Legg Memorial Fund, the Peach Tree Depression Glass Club, the Coca-Cola Bottling Co., the Trust Company, and Patten and Patten.
Admission cost to the show is $15 for all three days. For tickets and information, call 267-7176 or go to www.thehouston museum.org.