i pass by this store almost everyday on my way to and from work and every time there is something different in their display flowing from doorstep to sidewalk curb. I finally stopped by one day and noticed many many enamel signs both in english and french. If you listen to the owners speak, you can assume the accent is more than just their way of speech but also their knowledge of an object's francophone authenticity. Make sure you ask for prices. I thought the stickers on each item were prices but that would have made them waaayyy overly-pricey. This is not your average antique shop we've seen for decades on Atlantic Avenue. This funky, vibrant, mainly 50's-60's era vintage item shop shows the change Boerum Hill was counting on. The stagnant antiques scene finally has some new blood on the block.
Apartment Therapy New York | Vintage Signage: Collectibles and Ephemera
|3/21/08 5:16 PM|