You Can Find Amazing Antiques At These 10 Places In Kentucky

Some people like modern materialistic items, but antiques are quite popular in Kentucky. Items crafted over 100 years ago were often made by hand. Artisans created furniture, statues, trunks, and even picture frames with tools and time, instead of factory reproduction. That’s why in many cases, slight differences can be found in the craftsmanship. There are those that would consider these imperfections, but I believe, they simply make the objects more individualized. The crafter will sometimes put an “out of place” mark, as their way of signing their creation.

Here are 10 of the most amazing places to find real antiques in Kentucky:

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One of the greatest things about antiques is the stories behind them. Items owned by famed people can often sit in shops collecting dust. It doesn’t matter if you want to window shop, or actually purchase antiques, these reputable locations will have something nice, or at least a good story or two. If you know of an interesting place to purchase antiques, or have a piece with a mesmerizing story to tell, please comment below.