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Four Big Design Sales and Events in Chicago This Weekend

Antiques at Navy Pier, Jayson Home’s bonus warehouse sale, Vintage Garage, and Randolph Street Market—all this weekend!

The Chicago International Art, Antique & Jewelry Show is at Navy Pier right now.   Image courtesy of the Chicago International Art, Antique & Jewelry Show

The Chicago International Art, Antique & Jewelry Show has a new home. Previously held at the Merchandise Mart, it has now docked at Navy Pier’s Festival Hall, April 24–28. Find fine art, antique and estate jewelry, Asian antiquities, sculpture, textiles, furniture, and more. Admission is $20. Purchase tickets here

The Vintage Garage (5051 N. Broadway) kicks off its spring season at 10 a.m., April 27. Peruse 100 vendors hawking clothing, jewelry, furniture, art, vinyl, and plenty of kitsch. Chicago dealers include Collector’s Agency, Honkytonkstar, Closet2Couture, Audio Archaeology, the Brown Elephant, District and 4Miles2Memphis. Admission is $5. 

The Randolph Street Market is back this weekend. Get your usually fix of vintage fun, with this little extra: Tandem Felix Letterpress, which still practices the art of printing by hand, is offering hands-on (naturally) workshops at the market. Admission $8 when purchased online, $10 at the door.

Jayson Home’s huge warehouse sale (701 N. Albany Ave.) is usually a fall affair to remember, but this spring, the store is holding a Bonus Warehouse Sale, April 26–27, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. This will be the first time the doors open on a Saturday (instead of a Friday), meaning those with a day job don’t have to pretend they are rushing off for a doctor’s appointment in order to arrive when the pickings are best. All sales are final.

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