News-Antique.com - Nov 30,-0001 - Come join the fun and excitement at the Tennessee Walking Horse National Celebration in Shelbyville, Tennessee, August 24 - September 2, 2006. The horse show, horse barns, and horses are throughout Bedford County. Visitors are seen walking around the historic Square, looking at the newly installed Veterans' Monument by Russ Faxon, having a bite to eat, and browsing in the Antiques, Art, and Collectibles Mall. Equine artists with booths in the mall include Deedy Decker who shows painted furniture and accessories; Barbara Booth with paintings and woodburned boxes; and Mike Cheatham with equine and canine portraits. Jared Pragel has pen and ink drawings and other booth owners delight in displaying horse related collectibles. Lamps and other items made of horseshoes add to the mix.
Take home a beautiful Murano glass horse, furniture that looks like it sat in your grandmother’s shed for the last forty years , McCoy, milk glass, cookie jars, old skis, drawings and paintings, furniture from many eras, books, vintage clothing, folk art accessories, abstract paintings, lamps, and maybe even the kitchen sink. Upstairs 50% and 75% off areas promise something you just must have without pain.
Wide aisles make browsing in this store easy. A comfortable seating area up front welcomes those who need a rest.