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How Much Is That Art Glass? The Houston Museum's 50th Antiques Show And Sale

A rare inkwell from the collection at the Houston Museum of Decorative Arts.
Houston Museum of Decorative Arts
A rare inkwell from the collection at the Houston Museum of Decorative Arts.

Chattanooga is home to one of the premier antiques shows in the South - and this year's show is also a celebration.

The 50th Annual Antiques Show and Sale for the Houston Museum of Decorative Arts is this Friday through Sunday at the Read House Hotel.

The Houston - in a Victorian home in the Bluff View Art District - showcases the collection acquired over decades in the last century by Anna Safley Houston.

Pam Reed is the Houston's executive director.


Stay tuned for more conversations on the Houston Museum this week here on "Scenic Roots."

Ray is the host and producer of Scenic Roots, Mondays - Thursdays at 3 PM on WUTC.
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