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Connecticut History Helped Form The Berkshire Adirondack Company

Berkshire Adirondack is a Connecticut Manufacturer of custom outdoor Cedar furniture, including benches, tables and their signature Adirondack Chairs. Always adding to our line from our customers ideas. Proud to be a Connecticut small business. Read about the rich history of how their products are made: In 1865 a lake was formed in Western Massachusetts  Read more…

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A Madison Thrift Shop That Gives Back

I am a sucker for tag and garage sales, thrift shops, antique shows, basements, attics, anywhere you can uncover treasures, especially when a purchase gives back. Such is the case with Act II Thrift Shop in Madison, Connecticut. It’s located at 170 Boston Post Road. Hours of operation  are Tuesday thru Saturday from 10 a.m. Read more…

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Sinatra Meets “Mad Men” Style

No kitsch here, instead real mid century everything in a place called Irwin Feld Design~Mid Century Antiques. Walking into this gallery full of right-up-my alley-kind-of style, you could imagine Frank Sinatra walking around on a “Mad Men” TV production set. By the way, Sinatra’s favorite color was orange, that wouldn’t be a problem to find Read more…

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If It’s From Yesterday, They’ll Have It

Remember When is a shop that might remind you of going into your Grandmother’s attic there are all sorts of treasures here to go thru. On Main in Torrington, Connecticut the place is chocked full of everything, just name it. There is vintage lighting, furnishings, jewelry and accessories. There are dishes and men’s hats and Read more…

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So Many Antiques So Little Time

I can’t even tell you how many times I’ve walked up and down the aisles of the Clinton Antique Center over the last 15 or so years. The center has no web site, it’s word-of-mouth that makes the place so popular. They do have a Facebook page though, not put up by them, but by Read more…

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