SAN BRUNO, Calif. – Harry Costa’s shop, Just Things, is a 6,000-square-foot specialty store that is filled with collectibles just waiting to be discovered.
SAN RAFAEL, Calif. – Martin Codina is the CEO of Fine Estate Liquidation, Inc., a San Rafael, Calif., business that has been serving the San Francisco Bay area with on-site estate sales, estate buyouts and auction placement services since 1996.
NAPERVILLE, Ill. – Barely 18 months ago – on the verge of the greatest economic collapse since 1929 – Gary Domzalski and Dennis Hull dared to be different. They decided to expand their 10-year-old antiques business and move to a space four times its current size.
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ROSEVILLE, Calif. – They say that everything old is new again. With the vintage trend sweeping fashion, home décor and everything in between, the eco-conscious and penny-savvy are turning to their grandmothers’ pastime: antiquing.
Eighty-year-old Winifred Green (Winn, for short) has been selling antiques in Phoenix for 42 years. “It’s not really a long time when you’re having fun,” she said.
PENFIELD, N.Y. – Consumers continue to buy the vintage kitchen items – some dating to the Great Depression of the 1930s – that Mary Merz has on display in her booth at the All That Jazz Antique Co-op in Penfield.
KEO, Ark., — What started as a hobby for a local farmer has since grown into a family business with more than 60,000 square feet of fine antique furniture.