About Us

The front door

Antiques Market of Williamston

2991 Williamston Road

Williamston, MI 48895

 ——–>  OPEN Every Day from 10AM til 6PM

Phone: (517)655-1350

The Antiques Market of Williamston has been providing quality antiques to the public since 1995.  Owned and managed by Bob and Chris Rogers.  Bob managed the shop for several years then Bob and his wife Chris  bought the shop in 2009.

This shop is considered by many to be one of the finest antique malls in the Midwest.

Located just east of Lansing off  I-96 at exit 117.  Go north 1/3 of a mile towards town and it is the first building on your left.

Summer Sale 

August 15th, 2015  8am to 6pm

20% off on all merchandise – 

 Lots of  GREAT Antiques

Oil on Board signed Johansen

Oil on board signed Johansen

Booth 20

NEW-Booth 20

Booth 60

Workbench in booth 60

 

Chalk it Up

Furniture Paint Available in Booth 65

We carry Swan Creek Candles.  Many scents.  Soy based candles that burn for   over 10 hours.  Displayed on the checkout desk island

We carry Swan Creek Candles. Many scents. Soy based candles that burn for over 10 hours. Displayed on the checkout desk island

4 Responses to About Us

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  2. Customer #1 says:

    Hello,

    First let me congratulate you on having one of the best antique malls in Michigan, if not, in the mid-west. I have been a long time customer and very much enjoy perusing your offerings. I have spent about $500 in each of the past two years in your store, but I must let you know about one thing: If you have a sports game on, broadcasting over the loudspeakers across the entire store, I will turn and walk out, along with the other people in my group. I understand the owner is an avid sports fan, but sir, not all people feel the same way. My husband and I enjoy antiquing on Sunday afternoons; having a pleasant calm experience, where we can hear ourselves think, let alone each other speak. Blasting screaming fans and obnoxious announcers over the entire store does not lead to a pleasant day.

    Might I suggest that you acquire a pair of ear phones and a portable radio? That way everyone can enjoy your establishment.

    Regards.

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