There was a great variety of items available, in a range of prices from inexpensive to high-end. Items ranged from antique clothing to vintage textiles, wonderful oak and Mormon pine furniture, old advertising signs and movie posters, antique radios and phonographs, light fixtures, silver, porcelain and pottery, Easter decorations, artwork, Mata Ortiz pottery, Oriental wares, and more. There was something to please everyone, even the most finicky shopper.
Despite the unusual show dates of Thursday through Saturday, the public turned out well to support the show, with 2,760 tickets being sold. Most customers returned more than once over the three day run of the show, and many stayed for several hours each day.
By Saturday, most dealers had a good show, with a couple saying “the best one this year.” There are two more shows scheduled in Sandy this year; June 15-17 and October 12-14. The show will be back to its regular show days of Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Hope to see you at the next show, with more great treasures available!