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Mid Atlantic Antiques Festival 
October 28 & 29, 2023

Mid Atlantic Antiques Festival fall show, October 28th and 29th will showcase a curated list of over 65 of the most creative and spectacular antique dealers coming from Maine to Missouri. Set up in a charming farm village, your shopping experience will be enhanced with craft beer and food from Landmade Brewing. Highlights will be dealers featuring 18th and 19th century furniture; fine art, Americana, folk art, Militaria, uniquely re-upholstered vintage furniture and pillows in cowhide, leather, and grain sacks; architectural salvage including trade signs, doors, stained glass windows, shutters, and crusty architectural elements; garden décor including urns and containers; sterling silver, estate, and costume jewelry. Our festival will be open  Saturday and Sunday for you to enjoy.

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Aix La Chapelle Farm

Our festival venue is Aix La Chapelle Farm (pronounced, Ex-la-sha-pell) located at 19120 Jerusalem Road, Poolesville, Maryland in Montgomery County’s Agricultural Reserve. The farm with apple and peach orchards, fields, and meadows provides a beautiful landscape and a village-like shopping experience for our visitors.  Dealers will be located throughout various buildings and show tents along the central “midway.”  The bakery will be serving sweet treats and coffee throughout the day. Landmade Brewery located on the farm will offer their craft beers on tap to enjoy in the beer garden to accompany a delicious smash burger, French dip or farro salad served from the Landmade food truck

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Dealer List  

  Dealers from throughout the East Coast will come together to display their antique treasures. 

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Spring Show Highlights  

View the gallery from our spring show that features dealer's booths and some outstanding pieces that were on display.

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