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Architectural and Altered Antiques at the Long Beach Flea Market
There are many locations across the country where you can dig through Olde Good Things' inventory, but there's no need to go any further than the Long Beach Antique Market, Sunday Jan 19 for your salvage/furniture/building/
Popular with set designers, interior decorators, architectural tradesmen, builders, dealers and also our customers.... Olde Good Things has something for everyone. From superb architectural, mechanical artifacts, reclaimed wood furniture, along with light fixtures and re-purposed metal. Stop by Olde Good Things this Sunday, January 19th and every 3rd Sunday at the Long Beach Antique Market. Find them in spaces H -154,155 & 156 in the RED SECTION to find the truly unique.
Our featured seller of the month is Brett Millet from Hands Of Industry
" There is something magical about finding a rare piece that has some history and speaks to you". Brett is not selling big-name retail mass-market pieces, but handpicked unique vintage you could call your own.
Hands of industry is like having your own personal furniture stylist with an eye for the unique, unexpected and unusual. Brett looks to pair up the right person with the right furniture or artwork. These are items that can transform a room and also makes a statement about who you are.
At the Long Beach Antique Market, Brett loves meeting our customers, hearing their stories and being a matchmaker.
You can find Brett in space 945 in the red section this Sunday December 15th and every 3rd Sunday at the Long Beach Antique Market.
The Long Beach Antique Market is offering FREE ADMISSION on December 15th
to everyone born in1982 in honor of its 37TH anniversary.
To obtain free admission after 6:30am (a $7 value) customers must present valid I.D. at the ticket booth.
BACK IN 1982:
■ Ronald Reagan was president
■The first CD player came on the market
■The Los Angeles Lakers were the NBA champs
■ “Gandhi” won the Oscar for best film
■ Michael Jackson released “Thriller”, which sold more than 25 million copies
■ Princess Grace was killed in a car accident
■ A gallon of gas cost 91 cents in the U.S.
Through her love of finding unique merchandise, Angela Lynn, our featured seller brings vintage items curated locally and globally to the Long Beach Antique Market.
Using neutral colors that are an ideal palette for any space and style.....guaranteed to give your home the unique vintage vibe.
If you are looking for fabulous finds, visit Pure Home Curated Goods by Angela Lynn at the Long Beach Antique Market, Sunday Nov 17 in the red section - spaces F-348 & 349 and connect on Instagram