ST. PATRICK'S DAY WEEKEND SALE AT TENNESSEE'S ROANE COUNTY ANTIQUE ASSOCIATION Shop Tennessee's Roane County Antique Association on Mar 17 -19th for unbelievable bargains and a chance to win $125 gift certificates. Sale restricted to this weekend only.
News-Antique.com - Nov 30,-0001 - ROANE COUNTY, TN - St. Patrick's Day may hold some leprechaun magic for shoppers who attend the Roane County Antique Shopping Weekend sale. One lucky shopper who visits each of the five participating stores will be the recipient of $125.00 worth of gift certificates.
It will not require a pot of gold to purchase bargains when all the goods are marked down in each of the stores - all located within twelve miles of each other. Simply travel down I-40 to exit 347 or exit 352 to begin the bargain hunt. Coming from north or south, simply use Highway 27.
Shoppers wishing to follow the rainbow may want to begin in Harriman's historic downtown area located just off I-40 at exit 347. Adkisson's Flowers, Gifts & Antiques is located on the main thoroughfare in town on the corner at 503 N. Roane Street. Smell the flowers interspersed with antiques and gifts filling this historic building. Adkisson's recently received a new shipment of antique post cards and vintage handkerchiefs.
Just minutes from Adkissons, visitors will find the Vintage Showcase located at 1205 S. Roane Street. Did you have a favorite doll or toy you played with when you were a child? You will probably find it in the Vintage Showcase, where they also carry a line of safes for protecting your valuables. The Vintage Showcase is featuring a newly acquired 'Lil Abner doll, one of the Al Capp comic strip series characters plus a shipment of Civil War era marbles is due to arrive in time for the sale.
Traveling on down Highway 27, shoppers will find Out of the Past Antiques at 1310 S. Roane Street in the next block. The bright yellow building houses some of the finest Victorian antiques you will find and they offer restoration on existing pieces. Specially available for the sale is a Walnut in-laid corner cabinet, circa 1830's. This unique seven foot piece features a blind door with string in-laid. It was originally made for Mr. William McLoney by craftsman James Hendrick in Cynthiana, Ky.
Travel further down the highway into Rockwood, and find O' Those Were The Days Antique Mall, located at 224 West Rockwood Street in downtown Rockwood. This antique mall with over 10,000 feet packed full of antiques features the home holiday decor line of Glitterville products. Just acquired in time for the sale is an exquisite Victorian bed. This eight foot tall Walnut bed is a hard to find item and available now at O' Those Were The Days.
If the car isn't packed too full, the end of the rainbow for this sale is in Kingston. The Kingston Antique Mall can be found at 719 N. Kentucky Street just off I-40 exit 352 in Kingston, TN. This mall features items which especially appeal to men plus a wide array of linens, antique clothing and fine antiques. The Kingston Antique Mall is proud to announce new dealers. You do not have to be of Irish ancestry to appreciate the authentic