NOVA-Antiques was designated as a resource for antiques and collectibles flea markets in an article published in the Weekend Section
of the Washington Post on May 6, 2005
Mentioned by Jura Koncius of the Washington Post as one of the best places to find out about auctions and estate sales.
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about these farmers markets should be directed to the promoter, owner or manager of the farmers market. Questions about advertising
on NOVA-Antiques.com should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Adams Morgan Farmers Market
18th St & Columbia Road, NW
The Adams Morgan Farmers Market in Northwest DC is open every Saturday morning from 8 AM to 2 PM. This seasonal farmers market
runs from May to December.
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Antique Highboy, A Brief History
The highboy originated in the 18th Century in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It usually consisted
of two parts, one sitting on top of another. Craftsmen from all over the world first started producing these masterpieces and
were usually the fanciest pieces of furniture in anyoneís home. The problem with highboys is that they normally stood over nine
feet tall and most homes had eight foot ceilings. People then would remove the top section and many of the highboys were separated.