Month: July 2014

Frederic Remington Sculptures

It’s possible that no other artist in American history so shaped the way the public perceived an era or civilization as Frederic Remington did. His drawings, paintings and mostly his sculptures gave Americans living in cities in the east a

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Chesapeake Farmers Market

Every year the city of Chesapeake organized and hosts two producer-only Farmers Markets. One is held at the City Park off Greenbrier Parkway, the other is held in Great Bridge at 120 Reservation Road right by the water. This location

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Breathing new life into old pieces

As a second-hand, estate and consignment shop, we often get in pieces that have seen their fare share of use and may represent a trend or style that has passed. We purchase these pieces and sell them in our store

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