Been wondering what those family heirlooms in the attic might be worth? Now’s the time to get your question answered at the annual St. Joseph Antique Show and Vintage Market, Feb. 19-20 at the Civic Arena in St. Joseph.
Sponsored and organized by the Jesse James Antique Mall and the Rusty Chandelier, last year’s show was placed on hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, says show promoter Kevin Hummer, it’s back and chock full of furniture, glassware, collectibles, and more. A special section inside the arena will feature repurposed furniture, home décor, and retro items.
“Junking is a popular trend, and our dealers will carry fantastic eclectic, one-of-a-kind pieces of furniture and accent pieces. Some of the dealers will even sell vintage jewelry, hats, and clothing,” says Hummer, who also is the owner of the Jesse James Antique Mall and The Rusty Chandelier. “This is a perfect fit for the antique show. With one admission fee, collectors can shop for quality antiques and browse through a great collection of vintage furnishings.”
A highlight of this year’s show will be the presence of nationally renowned antiques appraiser Michael Amosson of Viking Productions, who will be on-site to offer free antique appraisals (limited to two items).
Admission to the show is $8 for adults, and children 16 and younger are free.
Bring your family heirlooms for a free appraisal at the St. Joseph Antique Show and Vintage Market, Feb. 19-20 at the Civic Center in St. Joseph, MO. (Image courtesy of Jesse James Antique Mall)