One of the things that motivates all lovers of antiques and vintage items is being able to provide a new home for a classic piece, to give a second life to an item someone else has discarded as trash, or to see a gem waiting to be uncovered inside an old, tired piece. It is this above all else that inspires the folks at Route 10 Trader Antiques and Treasures. They are committed to the principles of reduce, reuse, recycle and their ethics run through the store creating a lovely, inspiring and welcoming space.
Established in 2010, Route 10 Trader Antiques and Treasures is a family-owned small business located in Southington, Connecticut. The family has an obvious passion for antiques items and second hand goods, and a great eye for curating the very best pieces. This does not just mean that they display the best antiques around, but that also items that have the very best potential for reclamation.
Route 10 Trader Antiques and Treasures seems to stock everything needed to furnish the home. There are fantastic original lamps, one of a kind pieces of furniture, great antique ornaments, vintage clocks, picture frames, collectable vinyl, musical instruments and so much more. The owners of Route 10 Trader Antiques and Treasure are also committed to excellent pricing, and are open to all kind of bargaining and negotiating. If there is a piece you want to buy, it is guaranteed that an agreement can be made so that both parties are happy with the deal.
Walking through this small, but very well organized store is like taking a stroll through history. Like all the best antique stores, Route 10 Trader Antiques and Treasures offers many bespoke pieces and each of them has a wonderful story to tell. It is the stories that people fall in love with, and the staff in this store clearly love sharing them, and their wealth of knowledge about their subject. It is a joy to shop here!
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