Great Geauga County Fairgrounds
The Burton Antiques Market is an antiques and collectibles show that is normally held in June and September. This show attracts about 300 dealers and thousands of people from the Mid Atlantic region. The Burton Antiques Market features antique furniture, vintage pottery, porcelain, glass, and china as well as ephemera, linens, vintage advertising and memorabilia.
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Kokomo Opalescent Glass first opened its doors in 1888 in Kokomo, Indiana. It all began with Charles Edward Henry moving his stained glass company from New Rochelle, New York. Their initial contract was with Edison General Electric to produce glass insulators (which are also highly collectible today), but soon branched out to produce opalescent glass from leftover glass from the production of other products. The opalescent glass products were then sold to other companies and designers including the Tiffany Glass Company and Decorative Stained Glass, owned by LeFarge.