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Never heard of Indiana's Glass Trail? It's about time you did, and you might as well start your exploration right here in Hamilton County. Glass production dates back to the 1800's in the Hoosier State, and lately it's taken an artful and inspired turn. Discover the tradition for yourself with a stroll through the Carmel Arts and Design District or by popping into the Arcadia Heritage Art Center and checking out the wonderful displays of antique glass and otherwise artful enterprise.
Here are some of Hamilton County, Indiana's featured glass artists:
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Upscale antique shop specializing in antiques and appraisals. We do carry lamp shades and lamp parts as well as offer-silver polishing and other metals.
This small but creative gallery packs in many featured artists with displays of blown glass and decorative mosaic pieces. Art Splash Gallery also features Indiana Glass Trail artists, Ben Johnson and
A historic building that once housed the first fire truck in Carmel is now home to over 70 dealers. Booths feature antique furniture, toys, dolls, pottery, books, jewelry, coin operated machines,
Magdalena Gallery of Art represents a variety of living artists from around the Midwest and event occasional international artists. The gallery focuses on contemporary art. Magdalena Gallery also
Main Street Shoppes (formerly Westfield Antique Mall) located on Hwy 32 just 1.5 miles east of Hwy 31. We offer a wide variety of antiques, furniture, primitives, home decor/decorator items, coins,
See more than 50 dollhouses and miniature scenes. Learn the stories behind these unique houses. Learn the stories behind these unique houses. Children can play the treasure-hunt game. Admission:
The Carmel Arts & Design District is an official Indiana Cultural District offering art galleries, design houses, boutiques, cafes, restaurants, spas, sculpture gardens, antiques, specialty shops and
Midland satellite location near the Carmel Arts & Design District is open to the public and caters to the design trade and clientele. Open 7 days a week.
Located on the historic square in Noblesville, browse three floors packed full of fascinating antiques, offered for sale by over 60 dealers. Among the thousands of items you will find antique
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37 E. Main Street
Carmel, IN 46032