Saturday, November 28, 2009

Sand Point Antique and Design Market Dec. 6th





Seattle, mark your calendars. The next Sand Point Antique & Design Market Holiday Show will be held Sunday, December 6th 2009, from 8 AM ($10 early buyers admission) or 10 AM ($6 regular admission) to 4 PM at Magnussun Park in Seattle.

This is generally a very good market. Antiques, paintings, furniture, and good junk. See you there.

14 comments:

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Deborah Burton said...

Thank you for the nod on the upcoming Sand Point Antique & Design Market . . . and the photo of my booth!

Hoping for weather above 50 degrees.

Debi at Ormolulu

JJ said...

Was it last year that we had such AMAZING success?

Decorno said...

Hmm. No. I recall we bombed, didn't we? I think I lured you there with promises of riches and the show was sort of meh. I am crossing my fingers for a return to former glory. It's only 1 day this time, so they better bring it, as the kids say. (Or said, like 8 years ago.)

mary said...

I love those iron chairs!

Anonymous said...

Hello. And Bye.

Anonymous said...

You can't say "bring it" anymore? I hate how Cool Seattle is always changing the rules on us! Damn you, slang-changers!

Amy said...

I went to the last one less than 2 months ago and it was disappointing to say the least. Remember when there were so many vendors that they had it in 2 rooms of the hangar? The vendors didn't even fill up 1 room this time. I made the circuit in 20 minutes and left empty handed. I too hope they can build it back up again.

In a much earlier post I suggested you check out Mary Davis Lighting for your kitchen. I actually found Mary at one of the Sandpoint antique fairs. She has since moved on to her own AMAZING and affordable shop in LaConner.

Decorno said...

I may need to go there sometime. But why aren't the photos on her site larger? How does one market a business these days with a site of tiny images and no buy button? What a shame.

Amy said...

I agree her website does not do her business justice. But trust me it is worth the trip. From Seattle it is a 1 hour and 15 minute drive. Once you exit I-5 and start heading through the farmland you feel like you are in another state...which is also cool.

She actually moved her shop down the street from her original one to expand her space...she has so much lighting. All hung so you can really see it, and fabulously merchandised.

She gets her antique lighting all across the country and she lives in a super cute Victorian right around the corner from her shop. I know all this because I have been up there so many times and talked to her about it. It is worth the trip!! Seriously.

Anonymous said...

Decorno, I may just bump into you wearing my big fake target diamond earings. Team Elaine is hitting Seattle (just for one night so not sure I'll get a chance to cuddle with you - sad clown)

ashlina @ secrets of domestic bliss said...

oh how i wish i lived in seattle!!!

Debbie said...

hey decorno what did you think about the antique market?

Decorno said...

I was disappointed.