Friday, March 14, 2014

Olde Good Things - Exhibitor Spotlight at The Antique & Design Center

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Have you ever been wondering around NYC and seen this crazy clear box with Lions inside drive by?  Well we have, and it got our attention! We see Olde Good Things as we travel all over the country and we are excited to announce that they are on the way to The Antique & Design Center at High Point Market this Spring!  You can find them at MSG-14-ADC and also at SAMS G-8003

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Olde Good Things is one of the largest architectural antique dealers in the country, with four store locations nationwide filled with doorknobs, hardware, doors, mantels, decorative iron, stained glass, terra cotta and many more olde good things. They also have a warehouse of over 100,000 square feet inside, and three acres outside, all bursting with reclaimed materials and antique items.

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They acquire antique and architectural artifacts from many late nineteenth century and pre-depression buildings, saving them from the landfills, and making them available to collectors and designers everywhere.  They will be bringing the best of their inventory to High Point. 

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During the late 19th century individuals and institutions ordered their initials or logos to be produced on their door hardware. This result is a vast variety of calligraphic hardware now available to collectors. - See more at: http://ogtstore.com/architectural/hardware/doorknobs-backplates/hk-emblematic-brass-beaded-knob/#sthash.rHAZ6BPl.dpuf
 During the late 19th Century, individuals and institutions ordered their initials or logos to be produced on their door hardware. The result is a vast variety of calligraphic hardware now available to collectors.
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Antique Blue Iron Patio Set

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Since 1995 their resources and scope of acquisitions have grown. They now have one of the largest inventories of unique items perfect for those who are looking for original architectural details for their building, design, and decorating endeavors.  

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Photos and wording belong to Olde Good Things and were borrowed from www.ogtstore.com.