Scott Antique Market Washington Court House

From April to October, Scott Antique Market Washington Court House holds a bi-monthly antique show with more than 600 booths filled with antique finds and collectibles.

From April to October, Scott Antique Market holds a bi-monthly antique show in Washington Court House, Ohio. With more than 600 booths of antique finds filling the expo centers at the Fayette County Fairgrounds, you’ll likely agree when Scott Antique Market bills its events as one of “America’s Favorite Treasure Hunt.”

For nearly 20 years, Don Scott, founder of Scott Antique Market, made a living buying and selling antiques. He traveled the country finding antiques and selling them at various antique shows. Thirty years later, Scott Antique Market has grown into one of the country’s largest monthly indoor antique show featuring three active locations: Atlanta (Georgia), Columbus (Ohio) and Washington Court House (Ohio).

Scott Antique Market Washington Court House showcases merchandises you would normally find in antique shops. Furniture from early American oak to paper Americana, jewelry, silverware, heirloom-quality oil paintings, upholstered furniture, French home décor, antique watches, vintage toys, kitchenware, jukeboxes, antique tools, vintage clothing, phonographs, antique cameras are some of the many items one can find at Scott Antique Market.

Scott Antique Market Washington Court House is organized over eight indoor and outdoor locations:  the Mahan Building, the Concrete Pad, the 4-H Building, the Sales Arena, and Buildings A, B, C, and D.

Antiquing Tip Of The Day

Value of antiques can fluctuate just like stocks and bonds—just because these are antiques and they are old does not mean the value will constantly increase. The most important point is: buy what you love, because you gotta live with it.

— Andrew Holter, head of American furniture at Christie’s New York
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