Just before we arrived in Asheville, CG spotted an "Antiques" sign on the interstate, (snaps for him!)
We exited and found a little shop in a rural area. It appeared to be a multi-dealer mall, but all of the booths looked 'unkempt', (to put it kindly). Prices were mostly 'top end', which surprised me given the environment and lack of presentation.
Our next stop was Sweeten Creek Antiques in Asheville. It's a large mall and a lot of the spaces were nicely staged. I found a few treasures including a huge lot of well-worn vintage letters & numbers.
The last stop of the day was Screen Door. Can you say "eye candy"? Over 100 vendors have some of the best industrial, architectural, primitives, mid-century, and garden finds displayed in enticing vignettes. Some booths have newer items and repros, but it's easy to bypass them and let your eyes settle on the aged beauties. The rest of the photos are from Screen Door...enjoy!