How To Shop Antique Mirrors

  • Post published:March 6, 2021
  • Post category:Antiques

Ready to light up drab interiors with eye-catching accessories? Whether your style is vintage or modern, antique mirrors create focal points that shine. They make rooms feel spacious, spark conversation,…

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A Fairy Garden Tour

  • Post published:September 10, 2020
  • Post category:Antiques

For some time now, I have admired my friend Shailey Murphy’s adorable fairy garden she’s created outside her home. I’ve seen a few other (online) friends create fairy gardens, but…

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What Are Antique Tours, Exactly?

  • Post published:September 1, 2020
  • Post category:Antiques

Globe-trotting for antiques sounds like an ideal way to spend time and money. Antique tours provide assistance with shopping trips. But tours are not one size fits all. Different companies…

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Exploring Schoolhouse Antiques

  • Post published:August 14, 2020
  • Post category:Antiques

It’s always fun to find a new group antique shop in a nicely restored old building. We used to visit this place when it was a thrift shop. The new…

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Exploring American Daydream Antiques

  • Post published:July 31, 2020
  • Post category:Antiques

We finally had a chance to stop in and explore American Daydream Antiques & Miscellanea located at 3790 E Market St, York, PA. American Daydream Antiques The barn that houses…

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Making Terrariums with Thrift Store Finds

  • Post published:June 17, 2020
  • Post category:Thrifting

Lately it seems terrariums are making a comeback. Terrariums are portable little gardens, small natural worlds, perfect for renters or people who like plants but don’t really want to garden…

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Tips for Shopping a French Market

My interest in French antiques started during my and my husband’s first trip to France. We visited a few local markets, but it wasn’t until I came back home with…

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Top Tips for Vintage Sellers

  • Post published:January 25, 2020
  • Post category:Antiques

With an Instagram page filled with punchy antique tins, charming signs and other vibrant finds, it’s plain to see that Ruth Rosenfield has a well-trained eye for the visual and…

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A Vintage Portrait is Worth a Thousand Words

  • Post published:January 17, 2020
  • Post category:Antiques

Behind every vintage portrait is a story. So when you hang one on your wall, you’re not just hanging a picture. You’re creating an inviting atmosphere of conversation and interest.…

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Exploring Stroudsburg, PA

Back in June we had the opportunity to spend a few days exploring Stroudsburg, PA. My husband attended the Association of Stringed Instrument Artisans symposium at East Stroudsburg University. My…

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Plant Swap – Midtown HBG

I’ve wanted to attend a plant swap for some time now, but I couldn’t find one nearby so decided to start one in Midtown Harrisburg, PA. So here goes… DETAILS…

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In reply to Philadelphia Flea Market News. Great tip! I’d recommend any person who usually scores flea markets for antique or rare items, to follow these few rules. By making…

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By: Philadelphia Flea Market News

Very nice article. #1 I found very interesting and although I agree to an extent, a closer look and a deeper explanation, I believe, is needed. On Philadelphia Flea Market…

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