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Thursday, August 14, 2014

celebrating 15 years


The shop's inventory has grown more diverse over the years, Richard McNatt said, adding that the clientele is changing.
“I think it's going from the people who like to collect to the newer generation that don't particularly like what their parents have,” he said. “They're looking for something that they can identify with, not so much antiques but things they can relate to.”
McNatt said it's hard to tell what people are looking for when they first come into the store. Recently, a young girl interested in sewing came in the shop asking for clothing patterns and left with a mannequin.


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