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Shop Hours & Contact Info189 Main Street
Lewiston ME 04240
Our main location has been downsized because of the demands of Linda's social work job. Customers who have been to the shop will remember our furniture gallery in the back of the shop; that is our primary location now, which can be accessed through the rear of the building (off Park Street).
There are signs in our rear windows saying "Retail Shop", "Antiques" and "Heritage Collectibles"; although the door is a plain steel one that may look rather institutional.
207 740 2247Our hours were pretty inconsistent because of the demands of my social work job so we decided it was best to downsize the shop to accommodate for that problem. (Most of our non-book inventory has been moved to other shops.)
As of 12/01/2017 our hours are:
Saturdays, 10:00 am - 4:30 pm, and by appointment.
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Category Archives: China & Glassware
A great 55 piece set of mixed Pyrex & Corelle dishes in the Spring Flowers pattern… less than 50c each! (They’re a whole lot more than that at Replacements dot com and most other sites!) Condition: Very good! Price: $25.00 … Continue reading
Here’s a nice set of lighthouse dishes, consisting of 8 pieces each of plates, bread plates, soup bowls and cups! We don’t usually acquire dish sets anymore because they don’t sell very well, but these are LIGHTHOUSES! Condition: The … Continue reading
This antique cut glass pitcher was made in Italy, and is both sturdy and delicate. You’ll want to clean it up a bit, but otherwise, it is lovely! Condition: Very good. Dimensions: About 15″H. Location: At our booth (#23) in … Continue reading
We have a small selection of 1950s era Golden Wheat pattern dishes. The selection consists of 21 tea cups, 10 flat saucers, 14 rounded saucers, 6 bread plates, 12 small bowls and one slightly larger one. This of course is … Continue reading
Vintage Sadler, England sugar & creamer set. Pink with gold swirl. Condition: The set was in perfect condition but has sustained a chip at the bottom of the creamer (as seen in the first picture above) somehow since arriving … Continue reading