“We have people who come every summer,” said Page, whose business sells souvenir T-shirts and inexpensive knick-knacks to accommodate visitors who aren’t shopping for furniture.
As the years went by, tastes and shopping habits changed, she said. Interest in antique furniture faded, the market for silverware, china and crystal also dried up, and the business shifted toward online sales and auctions.
October 1st, 2018
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