Thursday, August 7, 2014

Antique & Awesome: Saugatuck Antique Pavilion

If you're a lover of rare oddities, collectibles, or simply love finding new treasures, make sure you stop by the Saugatuck Antique Pavilion next time you're in the area!
 Located right off of the Blue Star Highway leading into the city of Saugatuck and adjacent to the Saugatuck Brewing Company, the Saugatuck Antique Pavilion is positioned perfectly to stop and spend an afternoon at. And with more than 150 antique dealers displaying their wares, you'll need at least an afternoon to soak it all in!
The antique pavilion invites dealers to set up their own booth space within the pavilion, which means that there's a different "shop" every 10 feet or so as you walk down the aisles, each filled with different (and sometime surprising!) items.
Whether you’re a seasoned collector of primitives, antique furniture, retro, 50s Herman Miller, Depression glass, Roseville, or McCoy, you’ll find something at their mall. Or perhaps you’re decorating in Mid-century modern retro from the 1950s to 70s, or prefer the primitive appeal of the Appalachians - you’ll find lots of wonderful inventory here!
The Saugatuck Antique Pavilion has the unusual, unique and hard to find, as well as the more common antiques and collectibles, such as vintage jewelry and clothing, tin litho toys, Fire King, Pyrex, and Civil War era collectibles.
Maybe you have antiques of your own that you're looking to sell. You're able to rent your own space at the Saugatuck Antique Pavilion by the month, and set up your own miniature storefront! You take care of supplying & labeling the inventory, and they'll take care of the selling, security, and everything else! They'll even provide you with a daily report of what's been sold.
What's been your best antique find? Tell us about it in the comments!

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