Welcome to The Antique Market on the web. Please explore our web site where we feature a representative selection of our interesting and unique antiques, furnishings, decorator items, and vintage wares as well as some information about our experienced dealers. We carry a wide selection of American primitives and period furnishings from the elegant era of the late 1800s to the early 1900s as well as a fine selection of unique English and French period...
Thank you to all our customers and friends who attended our wine and cheese event on Friday, March 23rd, and came in through the week to wish us a Happy 10th Anniversary. CONGRATULATIONS to ELEANOR MILLER WINNER of our $110 ANNIVERSARY Gift...
The Antique Market features a wide selection of American, imported English, and European porcelain, ceramics, and pottery from the early 1800s through the mid-1900s. Flow Blue china as well as transferware in a range of popular colors are regularly in stock at The Antique Market.
The Antique Market offers a large collection of antique furnishings, unique decorative accent pieces, and quality collectibles. New items are added regularly. We travel extensively to bring the most unique and interesting vintage and antique accessories to you.
Fine Furnishings, Antiques & Vintage Wares
This is an outstanding pre-civil war Rosewood Secretary Bookcase, stamped with an 1834 makers date from Baltimore, Maryland. The secretary has multiple cubbies and a black leather desk top with 3 drawers below. The bookcase has 3 adjustable shelves and old wavy glass. We offer this piece for $2995 SALE PRICED at $2100Learn More
This is a stunning 5 1/2 foot by 42 inch New England pine country table. It is a drop leaf style, with two 11 inch leaves, so that when the leaves are down it is a solid 20 inch wide table. This circa late 1800′s table is offered for $1195.Learn More
This is a huge round Antique wooden bowl from the late 1800′s. Found in Connecticut, this bowl measures 20 inches in diameter and we offer it for SOLDLearn More
This is a nineteenth century bucket bench. Used now to display your antique crock ware and jugs, these were originally used to hold buckets of water for household use before indoor plumbing. This one is a rare find with 2 drawers and also a small cupboard probably used for soap and towels. Found in Connecticut, this piece is made with all square nails. We offer this rare piece of Americana for $1695.Learn More
A very desirable country farm or wine tasting table. We believe the wood to be chestnut and its origins are from France in the mid-late 1800s. The table measures 5 1/2 feet by 33 inches and has three drawers, with the center one being divided. All pegged construction, it has a wonderful color, grain and patina for its age. We include also a narrow bench that is 63 inches long. We offer this table and bench for SOLDLearn More
Here is a highly desirable 6 1/2 foot by 41 inch country table. All pegged construction with 3 boards across the top which are of tongue and groove construction. This table will seat 6 – 8 people comfortably and the top sits 32 inches off the floor. SOLDLearn More
Pictured on the left is a Brown Forman “King” whiskey Advertisement Thermometer from Louisville, Kentucky. In very good condition, we offer this for $495.
On the right is a 19th Century wall cupboard with a small mirror set into the front and a towel bar at its base. We offer this piece for $385Learn More
This rustic country pine dresser was made in the mid-1800′s and brought over from Ireland. It is 46 1/2 inches wide and has its original sledge feet. Two good size drawers and cupboard sit below the open top. A dresser is a cupboard used to store your good dishes and pewter. The suface below the open shelves is where you would “dress” your food before bringing the plates and platters to your table. We offer this rare “Irish” piece for $1495.Learn More
This exceptional 4 tin pie safe originated in Tennessee and has one drawer over the sun burst pattern on the original tins. It measures 38 inches wide by 19 inches deep and stands 57 inches tall to the edge of its scalloped back splash. Circa mid-1800′s, we offer this piece at $875.Learn More
This beautiful table top was made from a gymnasium floor. The hard rock maple top was combined with a black base to form this 40 by 72 inch table that is offered for $995.Learn More
Angela and Glen Galen, owners of The Antique Market have been collectors of antiques and vintage wares for more than 20 years. They began offering antiques for sale through other antique malls since 1996 and found the antiques and collectibles trade so enjoyable that Angela wanted to focus on it full time. In May 2002, they opened The Antique Market.
Angela and Glen’s original business was Angel’s Glen Antiques and they continue to market their antiques under that name at their shop. They offer a variety of primitive American antiques from their travels to New England and a nice selection of English and French period pieces that will inspire the decor of your home or office.
An extensive assortment of unique collectibles, costume jewelry, clocks and lamps can always be found at The Antique Market. The Galens also create custom handcrafted lamps from a variety of antique items such as silverplated coffeepots, old tea kettles, coffee and meat grinders, bubblegum machines, and tobacco tins. They also carry a selection of new replacement lamp parts such as chimneys, shades, tripods, galleries, electric burners, prisms, candle covers and unique hard-to-find light bulbs. The Antique Market also offers shoppers antique lamp repair and restoration services at an affordable price.
Glen Estep, owner of Happy Valley Antiques has been collecting and enjoying antiques for nearly 20 years. He has only recently decided to share his interesting and varied collection of fine American primitive furniture and small collectibles.
Specializing in unique and unusual American and European furnishings, at Happy Valley Antiques, you’ll find a predominance of exceptional oak furniture, the quality of which is outstanding.
Joyce and Jack Tapscott, owners of Sporting Treasures, joined The Antique Market as dealers of unique sporting memorabilia. Backed by many years of experience, Sporting Treasures offers a wide selection of antique and vintage prints and lithographs depicting various sporting activities including hunting, fishing, and team sports.
Examples of sports equipment are also featured. There is also an exceptional selection of antique carved duck decoys as well as factory produced examples. An array of unique “lodge” style furnishing and mounted trophies provide that perfect accent piece for your lake cottage or mountain cabin.
Art Miller is a native of Clinton, Tennessee and has had an appreciation of antiques and history since a very early age. An experienced shop owner, Art has been collecting and dealing with antiques in East Tennessee for many years. Art is currently a participating member of the Antique Merchants Guild of Clinton. His interests range from antique and vintage furnishings from the Victorian era of the late 1800s, country primitives, to vintage and eclectic furnishings dated through the 1950s. Art is always eager to share his past experience and enthusiasm for antiques with customers and visitors to The Antique Market.
Many may recognize Joanne Palumbo from the interior design business that she began in 1985. The Keeping Room made its home in Oak Ridge until Joanneʼs decision to change direction in July 2009. Although the store itself is now closed, Joanne continues her interior design service for her clients while enjoying her new found leisure time. Creating her Spice Girls Collection offers her the excuse to roam the country gathering bits and pieces of trash and treasure to transform into these one of a kind jewels. She hopes they bring you as much pleasure as creating them does for her. Visit her website at TKROR.com
NOTE: Joanne will be retiring and closing The Kept Relic at The Antique Market after the May 3 Clinch River Spring Antique Fair.
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Please tune in on Monday nights at 8 pm EST to view The Antiques Road Show on ETNPTV!