Antique Trader Magazine, Randolph Street Market announce media partnership Antique Trader, one of the most widely circulated weekly antiques and collectibles magazines, is joining Chicago's Randolph Street Market in a new media sponsorship for the 2010 show season.
Randolph Street Market will host a blockbuster season opener for the Chicago Antique Market, May 29-30. The two-day event will feature more than 200 dealers of fine antiques and quality collectibles in addition to the Antique Trader Appraisal Fair where readers and show attendees may have their treasures appraised with the cost of admission.* The booth will enhance the European-style indoor-outdoor market and encourage attendees to enjoy their finds like never before.
Randolph Street Market is a favorite destination for merchandisers, decorators, fashionistas and style setters from around the globe. Attendees experience the most exciting array of vintage and modern decorative objects, home furnishings, art, fashion and jewelry ever assembled in downtown Chicago! Travel & Leisure has praised this European style indoor/outdoor event as one of the top three urban markets in the United States, featuring thousands of antiques and collectibles from furnishings to fashion to lighting, vintage bicycles, vinyl records and more!
Founded in 1957, Antique Trader is one of the most widely circulated magazines in the antiques and collectibles trade, offering prices realized, ads, research, show reports and news through print, free eNewsletters and at www.AntiqueTrader.com. Over the last 50 years it has helped dealers and collectors buy, sell and trade. Among the collecting areas receiving special attention are 20th century decorative arts, fine dolls and toys, advertising, postcards, furniture and rare collectibles.