According to a recent article in Antiques Trade Gazette, there are good deals in furniture out there for buyers, but sellers are not as likely to recoup their investments from the hot market of the 1970s and 1980s.
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We are decking the halls some kind of crazy this Sunday & Monday, November 10 and 11, with so many wonderful new treasures for decorating, gift-giving and special gifts for yourself too. We will be closed all day Monday and reopen on Tuesday, November 12.
Sunday October 6, 2013 12-6p
Your ticket includes a souvenir wine glass and wine tasting. New this year, your full-price sampling ticket includes a food item from any of the participating Carytown restaurants
(in the festival gates – up to $5)
Tickets are $20/advance – $30/gate
safely purchase online tickets here
Sorry, no outside food vendors other than Carytown restaurants will be accepted for this event.
You can purchase your tickets in person
|Ellwood Thompson’s – 4 N. Thompson|
The Carytown Watermelon Festival turns 30 this Sunday when over 100,000 people are expected to turn out to the streets of Carytown for free music, people-watching and watermelon. The Festival lasts from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Our shop will not be open but we look forward to seeing you during our regular hours, Monday – Saturday, 10 am – 5 pm.
I have often fallen in love with something in Sheppard Street Antiques that has led to a new collection and even the motivating factor to redecorate an entire room. (My co-workers have also fallen victim to this, which is why I think we all first started working here!) Over the years we have enjoyed sharing these stories with each other and our customers (who have become very good friends, too!) about our ‘finds”. As a result, we ask you to
Dramatic, yet elegant, this complete, signed Weiss parure consisting of necklace, bracelet, earrings and brooch, just arrived in the shop this week. You don’t have to be a collector of vintage jewelry to appreciate the craftsmanship and virtue of a complete and intact ensemble. This vintage set of clear and smoky rhinestones, c. 1940s-50s, by the famed New York company on 5th Avenue will endure as a timeless design that will sparkle on forever. You will be the hit of
You never know what we will find at Sheppard Street Antiques and this is one of the more unusual items that we’ve come up with lately. It is a cased, antique fly tying set. Fly fishing was a very popular sport in England in the 19th c. This set, made by Hardy Bros., self-proclaimed as “The World’s Angling Specialists” in Alnwyck, England, has a handwritten inscription to “Master Groves Ogden, wishing him good luck. Fly tying was and still is considered