Affectionately known as the G-Town Flea, the Georgetown Flea Market offers a pleasant pit stop in Georgetown for Safeway shoppers on the weekends.
Even if the Georgetown Flea Market is nothing like the great urban flea markets one may see in London and Paris, many prominent local, national and international personalities visit it on a regular basis: Beltway bohos, diplomats, politicos and off-duty Supreme Court justices flock to the G-Town Flea to hunt for bargains on antique furniture and costume jewelry.
The crowd attending Georgetown Flea Market is therefore as diverse as the items for sale: antiques, collectibles, art, Furniture, art, jewelry, decorative arts, linen, vintage clothes, bronzes, ivories, chandeliers, lamps, old toys, dolls, art pottery, antique tools, rugs, pottery, china, jewelry, silver, stained glass, books and photographs are a sample of the available items. Farm-fresh produce and artisanal foods round out the menu at a market with its own earth-friendly platform.
To summarize, the Georgetown Flea Market has everything flea market enthusiasts love about, what is commonly known as The Art of the Find. Haggle, dicker, bargain, negotiate: the Georgetown Flea Market is a wonderful way to spend the day.
Antiquing Tip Of The Day
Those on the lookout for true antiques should be wary of vendors that sell a mix of old and new items, as this usually signals that vendors are going for more of an overall “look” — as opposed to specializing in authentic antiques.
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