In addition to American country antiques, the show features formal furniture, books and emphemera, ceramics, jewelry and silver. Added feature this year: at 2:30 in the auditorium, quilt expert Shelly Zegart talks about the quilt marketplace and collecting quilts. Admission includes tours of the historic house museum. Concessions are available. Proceeds support the continued operation and preservation of Historic Locust Grove.
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