Good Ground Antique Center has been in business for more than 50 years in Hampton Bays. (Credit: Vanessa Gordon)
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Whether you are passionate about antiques or never realized how fascinating and diverse antiquing could be, a visit to Good Ground Antique Center in Hampton Bays should be atop your to-do list this summer. With an extensive collection of treasures from the past — everything from mid-century furnishings to nostalgic memorabilia, there’s a good chance you’ll find several pieces that will grab your attention. (more…)
Antique, Fine Art and Crafts Fair sponsored by the Old Town Arts & Crafts Guild at the Southold Historical Society’s museum complex, 55200 Main Road, Southold. Vendors selling fine art, pottery, antiques, photography, handmade crafts and vintage treasures. Live music, refreshments available. Admission: $5, $10/family. Information: 631-734-6382, email@example.com; 631-765-5500, firstname.lastname@example.org.
In the Attic Too’s new location in Jamesport is located behind Duffy’s Deli on Main Road. (Credit: courtesy photo)
The owners of Laurel’s In the Attic Too have salvaged so many antiques and reclaimed materials over the years that they’re opening a second location in Jamesport this weekend.
Situated in a 1,400-square-foot red barn behind Duffy’s Deli on Main Road, In the Attic Too’s second location will open at 10 a.m. Saturday, April 11. The barn is the former longtime home of Gloria’s Antiques. (more…)
Appraisers from Heritage Auctions who often appear on the PBS series “Antiques Roadshow” will be at the Hyatt Place East End on Saturday October 12 from 11am-3pm for East End Arts’ Appraisal Day. If you have a family heirloom or antique you think is valuable, you can bring it down to be appraised by the experts. Items deemed of value are eligible to go to auction and can be given to Heritage Auctions on the day of the event. (more…)
Arrows used by Sioux Indian tribe. A U.S. government telescope used during World War II. A 1930’s wind-up toy car made in England.
Those were just some of the treasures on display at Saturday’s Antiques on the Waterfront in downtown Riverhead. The show, which takes place along the Peconic River, featured 50 vendors and experts on hand to make appraisals.