Roundup: Scott Antique Market – March

For the first time in over a year, Mrs. RCS and I made our way to Scott Antique Market.  This is the once-a-month event at the Atlanta Expo Center where a TON of vendors come peddle their wares.  We absolutely love it, and have missed going since they had to cease operations because of COVID.

A good portion of the furniture and decor in our house we’ve found at Scott.  We’ve gotten to know a bunch of the vendors, and we really enjoy dealing with them.  Our style is not ‘antique’, but more ‘unique’, and Scott has so many great, one-of-a-kind pieces that have really helped us make our home our own.

Anyway…we saw some great things, so I thought we’d share…with some details.

How about this Sub?  Guy wanted $11K, but I’m seriously hesitant about buying a watch like this without getting it checked out.  Still though…that blue and gold:

Bar carts are all the rage…This is a unique one – very industrial, but also very cool:

Glad to see this guy back – he’s got a great selection of old Barbours.  Mostly women’s stuff, but still pretty cool.

Ever seen a pheasant mount like this?  I’ve seen turkey mounts like this, but never a pheasant.  No way Mrs. RCS would let this in the house, but it’s super cool.

Probably my favorite thing I saw.  This oil painting of a a bird dog on point.  This would look fantastic above a mantle.  We passed (begrudgingly).

This little chair came home with us.  Mrs. RCS was able to use her charm and negotiating skills to get us a screaming deal.  They were asking $88, but I’m not going to tell you what we paid.

Snakeskin.

One of the coolest Humidors I’ve ever seen.  Too bad I’m not a cigar guy…

A bold choice for exterior lighting.

Taxidermy.

Some art to be framed…

I’m kicking myself for not getting that tall Coca Cola cooler on the top right.  I love setting these out at parties as an open ice bucket.

Very handsome:

Yard Art

We absolutely fell in love with this one:

Looking forward to next month!

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4 Comments

    • JRS
      Author
      03/20/2021 / 7:53 AM

      Damn right…

  1. Brad Wesley
    03/19/2021 / 8:41 AM

    We’re relocating closer to metro Atlanta so it’s on our list to visit for furnishing the new house. How much time should a first timer budget?

  2. NEM
    03/19/2021 / 10:20 AM

    All day. No mention of the famous chicken salad available at the food court. Not back in operation yet??

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