One of our regular haunts. Quite a variety of treasures. From china, to silver, to collectibles, and jewelry. The prices are market one way and will go down a few weeks later. Everytime you go in the store the selection is different.
At Crazy Carl’s you’ll find some antiques, folk art, furniture, memorabilia, decor and one-of-a-kind treasures. Carl Spano is a one of a kind storeowne; he has been in the business for over 40 years and brings a unique approach to selling and buying antiques.
Visit the store virtually on their website and on Facebook. Or in person, the shop is adjacent to the Parkdale Market and is open 7 days a week.
233 Armstrong, Ottawa, ON, K1Y 2W5. Contact by phone at 613.316.0624 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
What a delightful store! Like walking into a silver wonderland peppered with royal memorabilia. If you’re collecting or selling antique silver this should be your first stop. Located at 27 Hawthorne Avenue near Pretoria Bridge. Collin O’Leary is a very interesting and knowledgeable manager. Phone 613.232.5662.
Remember that this week-end is the Ottawa Antique & Vintage Market. 30000 square feet of treasures. Saturday 10 to 5 and Sunday 10 to 4 at the Fieldhouse at Carleton University, Bronson and Sunnyside Avenue. It’s all about being green really: this is the Reuse R.
We think we’ve invented furniture that can morph into another form but here a selection with a table that dates back to 1650. I love the piano / bed. Wow! At home I have a small table whose top can turn and become large, Molly has end tables with drop leaves. I’ve had the hide-a-bed (basic). What furniture do you have that can do double duty.
Anyone who knows me knows I love antiques. Road trips with me can be challenging when pressed for time because an “Antiques Ahead” sign advices of an upcoming mandatory stop.
Today I start a new project, I’ve got a new mission: I’d like to increase the appreciation of older wood pieces and the realization that they can be incorporated into any décor.
Recently I’ve seen too many before and after posts of great pieces where the after has it painted white. And so today with the cooperation of my favourite antique stores in the city I start a series of posts promoting beautiful wood pieces that can make warm additions to your home. Some can even sit next to an Ikea Billy bookcase.
Today’s post features a solid walnut dresser presented by Eric Haldorsen, Manager or Upper Canadian Artique, 1206 Bank Street, 613.247.0662
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