Kim Schilling has been in the antiquing business for almost 30 years, but that doesn’t mean she can’t be surprised. With each show she puts on, vendors still bring out unexpected items for customers to peruse and take home. The annual Antique Spectacular Vintage Market, this weekend in Rock Island,
DAVENPORT, Iowa (KWQC) – Kim Schilling is the Event Manager for the Spring Antique Spectacular Vintage Market happening this weekend, March 4-6, at the QCCA Expo Center in Rock Island. This annual antique and vintage market, now in its 27th year, will feature a sold-out line up of experience and outstanding vendors with antiques
By WQAD News 8 QUAD CITIES – From an ebony sewing cabinet to folk arts face jugs sporting real teeth – there’s plenty of quirky antiques at the Antique Spectacular Vintage Market! Click here for original video at youtube.com
By Local 4 News WHBF QUAD CITIES – Whether you’re looking for that one-of-a-kind treasure or trying to find that perfect vintage piece of furniture to add to your home, the Antique Spectacular might have what you’re searching for. More than 70 vendors will be on hand this weekend selling
By Eric C. Rodenberg DUBUQUE, Iowa – Kimberly K. Schilling believes in antiques. She also believes in “turning lemons into lemonade.” Schilling is bullish on the antique markets in the Midwest and the Plains; and as proof, is opening not one, but two new antique shows in Iowa. As owner
By: Antique Trader Antiques Show News | October 14, 2016 ROCK ISLAND, Ill. — The annual Fall Antique Spectacular Vintage Market is being held Nov. 4-6 at the QCCA Expo Center, 2621 4th Avenue, Rock Island, Illinois. This event, which helped to put the “V” in vintage, is featuring 70
You couldn’t tell by the Saturday crowds at the QCCA Expo Center that the antiques business is down, as some say. In fact, that was a subject of debate at the Rock Island venue, where the aisles were close to full late in the morning for the annual spring version
ROCK ISLAND — The shelves and cases held memories hundreds were happy to remember. Glassware, jewelry, rugs, books, postcards, trinkets, furniture, knickknacks and more offered glimpses into the past, of how the world once was and how it still is. “If things could talk,” said Debbie Sexton, of Sumner, Iowa.