Antiques and collectibles
Marlene S. Coil has been in business for more than 30 years, gathering, displaying, and selling antiques, collectibles, gifts, and all sorts of interesting odds and ends. Her new shop in Troy has expanded, and she urges people to stop by and take a look at her impressive collection and beautiful displays.
Ms. Coil accidentally ended up with some pieces of Depression glass when she was just 15. That acquisition piqued her interest in antiques and collectibles, and she became a collector herself. Among other things, her shop carries one-of-a-kind items — things that are no longer made — but remain both beautiful and useful.
The store is a great place to shop for that unusual, lovely gift for a birthday, anniversary, or holiday. Ms. Coil offers free gift-wrapping, a bridal registry, and friendly helpful service. She loves her wares and believes her customers will too.
A Time to Remember also helps to identify and value antiques and other items you may have, as well as locate items you may want.
Ms. Coil has a particularly large selection of glassware — Fenton, Depression, Cambridge, Fastorian, Heisey, and more. She carries Hummel, Goebels, and Royal Daulton figurines, as well as Tobies, jewelry, puzzles, dolls, kitchenware, salt and pepper shakers, Beanie Babies, and much more.
The selection is terrific, and prices are low. Check out A Time to Remember the next time you’re looking for that special gift, or just want to spend a lovely time browsing through lovely things.
3006 VT Rte. 101, Troy, VT 05868 • (802) 744-2490
Antiques and Emporium, on the
South Wheelock Road in
Lyndonville, is always buying and selling antiques, collectibles, quality used furniture, and gold and silver.
It’s been in business for 12 years, and owners Paul and Lucy Steele say they will pay the highest prices
for your valuables. Mr. Steele started dealing parttime and selling at flea markets back in the 1970s. A love of antiques led him to consign at antique group shops throughout Vermont and New Hampshire. The next step involved auctions, and for six years he
ran an auction service. Eventually, he concluded that he’d like to run his own antique shop, and opened Antiques and Emporium in Lyndonville in a rented facility in 2000. The business has since moved to the former Corner Medical building, originally the Lyndon Corner School, built in 1872. It was damaged by fire in 2002, but Mr. Steele has completely restored it to house his thriving business. The new location was ready for customers in 2005.
Antiques and Emporium is a group shop with motivated dealers, a
huge variety, and low prices. Stop by and check out their wares; you’re
sure to run across a treasure or two, or simply find a practical and much-needed item at a fair price.
182 South Wheelock Rd., Lyndonville, VT 05851 • (802) 626-3500
Darren Murray and Amy Campbell are avid thrift shoppers themselves and are betting that most people, like them, appreciate a good deal. Their new store, Northeast Kingdom Thrifts and Collectibles, hopes to offer the best prices on a wide variety of good quality used items. They’ll even barter!Continue reading
Darren Murray and Amy Campbell are avid thrift shoppers themselves and are betting that most people, like them, appreciate a good deal. Their new store, Northeast Kingdom Thrifts and Collectibles, hopes to offer the best prices on a wide variety of good quality used items. They’ll even barter!
Mr. Murray and Ms. Campbell have been in the business for some time, selling quality used goods at flea markets and on eBay. They wanted to take their operation a step further and open a storefront — a one-of-a-kind store aimed at providing something for everyone — which they did on March 2.
Northeast Kingdom Thrifts and Collectibles sells a bit of everything — jewelry, knives, NASCAR and other sports items, antiques, furniture, appliances, and more. Their goods are clean, and there’s a broad variety. Prices are affordable, and there’s plenty of parking.
“We want to please everyone and make sure everyone gets a deal,” they say.
Check out Northeast Kingdom Thrifts and Collectibles if you’re looking for a good deal on something you need, or maybe that offbeat item you can’t find anywhere else.
One mile east of Jay Village, in the shadow of beautiful Jay Peak ski area, The Way We Were Antique Shop offers a full house of surprises, from vintage to you name it.Continue reading
One mile east of Jay Village, in the shadow of beautiful Jay Peak ski area, The Way We Were Antique Shop offers a full house of surprises, from vintage to you name it. The shop has, just to name a few items, Sawyer prints, Nuttings, Derricks, Davidsons, Staffordshire hens on nest, Byrde crystal art glassware and stems, crocks, clocks, lamps, furs, antique hats, biscuit barrels, old military items, lots of linens, game tables, occasional tables, ladderback chairs, art mirrors, trays, glass cabinets, Nippon, Fenton, and Wedgwood. You name it, shop owner Clemence Leblond just might have it at The Way We Were. She urges antique lovers out there to take a ride, come check it out. Clemence loves people and loves helping them find that perfect treasure. Anyone with questions can call ahead or visit their website.
486 Rte. 242, Jay, VT 05859 • (802) 598-1482 vermontantiques.net
This family-run business is located in the center of Barton Village, where Steve, Denise, the kids, and even the grandparents help to keep it fun and exciting. The Northeast Kingdom group shop sells antiques, collectibles, books, vintage and handmade jewelry, Vermont maple syrup, and other local products at reasonable prices.Continue reading
This family-run business is located in the center of Barton Village, where Steve, Denise, the kids, and even the grandparents help to keep it fun and exciting. The Northeast Kingdom group shop sells antiques, collectibles, books, vintage and handmade jewelry, Vermont maple syrup, and other local products at reasonable prices. With 40-plus booths, the selection is always superb. This Church Street business has come a long way since its humble 2004 beginning in the village of Orleans. With help from family, friends, and a faithful following of regular customers, it has grown into a “favorite place to shop” for many who frequent this area. At Village Treasures the owners invite you to come in and hunt for a truly great treasure, guaranteed to satisfy the treasure hunter in you!
52 Church Street, P.O. Box 812, Barton, VT 05822 • (802) 239-3012