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Shabby Town USA


Our featured sellers Tim and Gloria from Shabby Town USA  are a husband and wife team who buy and sell antique and vintage items (no reproductions) . They believe that Your home should be a reflection of all the items you love. SHABBYTOWNUSA wants to find those special items.  They are always searching for architectural, chandeliers, Italian tole, vintage fabrics, old paintings or rose prints…..




Tim and Gloria  travel across the country to find one of a kind unique finds.

Some of their favorite pieces they specialize in are salvaged architecture, garden items, anything old, chippy white painted, and vintage home decor. 




 Their own home has been featured in a variety of decorating and interior design magazines




Looking for an item to be the focal point of your home or an accent piece to add that special touch? Talk to Tim and Gloria  on how to incorporate inspirational vintage designs into your environment. Stop by our Featured Seller of the month, @shabbytownusa11 in the Blue section, at the Long Beach Antique Market on Sunday January 20

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Special Sale


More than 700 sellers from as far away as Arizona ,Texas, Utah and Florida with a wide variety of unique vintage collectibles. Keep a look out for merchandise never featured before at the Long Beach Flea Market. There'll be many new sellers liquidating their personal collections as well as their grandparent's household contents. 

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Celebrating 36 Years - Sun. Dec 16 Anniversary Sale!

The Long Beach Antique Market is offering FREE ADMISSION on December 16th
to everyone born in1982 in honor of its 36TH  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.

Come Celebrate With us Sunday Dec 16th!
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Far Away Hood

Our Featured Seller of The Month

Tell us a bit about yourself

We’re a Mom (Kelly) & Daughter (Noelle) duo making one fun sign at a time! Far Away Hood began as a hobby for Noelle in her off time as a flight attendant. When I sold my home furnishing store we joined forces in the sign making business. 

How would you describe your business? 

The signs are custom made from reclaimed wood, metal letters, numbers, symbols and any design or logo you envision. Besides our standard cast iron letter and numbers, we offer custom made steel pieces in a variety of shapes and sizes. We pair these metal pieces with vintage and reclaimed wood. We happily jump in our truck when we get word of old buildings, fences or barns that are being demolished. It's a win-win situation: weathered wood with character being recycled.  

What is your favorite part about selling at the Long Beach Antique Market?

We have become increasingly intrigued by our customers stories, how things start, end, and the 
processes in between. We love sitting down with our customers to hear and watch them reminisce 
about life experiences – everyone has their own "Once Upon a Time" story. Our signs appeal to those who need to see a completed item as well others who can't wait to create their own. The best part is...they get to take their new signs home with them that day!

To get one of your very own custom signs or to choose from the incredible selection Far Away Hood offers visit them in the white  section - Sunday Dec 16 at the Long Beach Antique Market. Get a sneak preview on their website and connect with them on Instagram and Facebook
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