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No. 3 Vintage: A Charming New Antique Store in Dahlonega, Georgia

Dahlonega, Georgia is one of my favorite towns to visit. Located in the north Georgia mountains, it is the perfect place to shop and dine and is in close proximity to many beautiful hiking trails with amazing mountain and waterfall views.  While visiting there in July for our anniversary, my …

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Eight Flags Antique Market in Fernandina Beach

Last month while visiting with family in south Georgia, I had the opportunity to tour the Southern Living Idea House. It was absolutely gorgeous. After touring the home, we went with my sister-in-law and toured the town of Fernandina Beach in northern Florida. I found a great antique shop called …

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Celebrating Our Ten Year Anniversary in Dahlonega, Georgia

This is a little off topic from my normal posts about antiques, estate sales,  yard sales, and etsy. Last week my husband and I celebrated our ten year wedding anniversary.  We decided to spend a long weekend in the northeast Georgia mountains in one of my favorite towns, Dahlonega. Don’t …

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A Collection of Rolling Pins

Last week I shared photos from the estate sale I visited in Lithia Springs. I mentioned that the homeowner collected rolling pins, more than two hundred rolling pins! I shopped the last day of the sale and there were still about sixty to seventy of them still available. I guess …

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Rolling Pin Estate Sale in Lithia Springs

Last weekend I attended a fun estate sale in Lithia Springs, Georgia. I waited until the final (third) day of this sale because I knew everything would be half price. I had checked out the sale earlier in the week on estatesales.net and I could see that it was going …

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How to Shop Online Antique Auctions

Some of my best finds lately have been from online auction companies. As an antique dealer, I am always on the lookout for unique and authentic antiques for low prices. I used to shop at a lot of estate sales and even had favorite ones that I tried to make …

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Successful Weekend at Woodstock Market’s Junk Day

If you have been reading my blog for a while, you know that Woodstock Market is one of my favorite places to shop. The store is beautiful and full of gorgeous antiques, as well as stylish new items. They have great special events including a fun Christmas party with a …

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Unique Finds at Scott Antique Market

I always find lots of things that I want to buy at Scott Antique Market every time I ago. Unfortunately, most of them are out of my budget. This month though I went on Thursday and Friday (I normally only go on Thursday.), and I was quite excited about what …

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Park West Vintage: An Old Antique Store with a New Name

Earlier this week I was in Marietta, Georgia picking up some auction purchases. I had a little extra time so I decided to visit an antique store. I searched on google for “antique stores near me” and saw that Park West Vintage was the closest one to my location. I …

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Scott Antique Market June 2019

While it didn’t feel like there were as many vendors as usual at Scott Antique Market, there were still lots of great antiques to be found this month. The outside vendors have really struggled this year with the weather and once again had to deal with lots of rain. I …

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Antique Home Arts Needlecrafts and Modern Priscilla Magazines

In my last post I mentioned that I had bought a couple of great items at Scott Antique Market last month. In addition to the really cool wooden box, I also bought some antique and vintage Home Arts Needlecrafts and Modern Priscilla magazines. Considering the fact that some of these …

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Searching for the Perfect Card Catalog Cabinet

Searching for the perfect card catalog cabinet? I know that is a strange title but it was something that actually came up in conversation a few days ago. Last week I listed a mid-century modern card catalog for sale on Facebook marketplace. I had a good bit of interest in …

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