Native American Exhibit and Sale at AnnTiques

Hosted By: 

AnnTiques' owner Ann Orcutt
AnnTiques presents a sale and exhibit of Native American jewelry, pottery, artifacts, weavings, and baskets. Please join us as AnnTiques welcomes you to travel through time in their eclectic curated global emporium of mid-century modern, vintage and antique furniture, lighting, jewelry, art, textiles, rugs, pottery, art glass, Native American selections, vintage music and ephemera collections. Owner Ann Orcutt is passionate about bringing you wonderful examples of items that are displayed in vignettes so that you may be able to visualize your choices in your home or office. Explore the wonder of the architectural space that offers magnificent views of the tidal portion of the Ipswich River.

Special Instructions: 

Come and enjoy your day at AnnTiques and explore our historic scenic friendly town, the birthplace of American Independence. www.myanntiques.com and www.facebook.com/AnnTiques1

Capacity: 

150

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Location: 

47 South Main Street, Ipswich, MA, 01938

Driving Directions: 

AnnTiques is located at 45 & 47 South Main Street, across the road from the Hall Haskell House Visitor Center on Route 1A/133 in Ipswich, MA. From Rte 95, go to Route 1. Going South of Newburyport or coming North in Topsfield, turn onto Ipswich Road (Dunkin Donuts on corner of Ipswich Road) and proceed through Ipswich center. Turn right onto Rte 1A/133. AnnTiques is on the right side opposite Elm Street entrance on South Main Street. Coming North from Route 128 take exit 20 onto Rte 1A to Hamilton and proceed 8 miles to Ipswich on Rte 1A. Elm Street Parking Lot is behind Visitors Center and AnnTiques has a private tandem parking area adjacent to the shop available only during your time in the shop. There is on street parking. There is a footbridge that joins us to the Market Street district of town if you are using a different parking lot or taking the train into Ipswich.