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St. Patrick’s Day Collections

St. Patrick’s Day Collections

By Rachel Hoffman      Saint Patrick is the patron saint of Ireland and he lived in the 5th century. The feast day of this holy bishop and confessor is March 17th. The feast is celebrated inside and outside of Ireland as a cultural holiday. Exquisite items and art have been crafted to honor St. Patrick, which are collected and preserved […]

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Northglenn’s Old Wagon Antique Mall Full of Treasures

Northglenn’s Old Wagon Antique Mall Full of Treasures

   One blustery night in December, Old Wagon was the last to arrive with settlers who had just crossed the Great Divide. The inclement whether made travel east impossible, so Old Wagon was unable to continue on its journey. Yet by the time all the passengers were ready to travel, no one desired to do so. So Old Wagon made this […]

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Travel to Chantique in Boulder! You Will Be Charmed!

Travel to Chantique in Boulder! You Will Be Charmed!

   Take one step inside Chantique’s doors and you will immediately feel as if you have been carried away to the romantic charm of Italian wine country, castles of France or the canals of Venice. This store will take your breath away! Anthony of Chantique travels on perfect adventures to remote villages of Italy and the countryside of France to save […]

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Ship Sailing Cards

Ship Sailing Cards

By Carol J. Perry      New England antiques dealers like to tell this story. It seems that: a number of years ago, when a gentleman from an old Boston family passed away, there was a bit of a squabble among the heirs over an old desk. Everyone knew that the old fellow had always promised that the desk would go […]

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An Irishman’s Dinner

An Irishman’s Dinner

At home we lived the “simple life,” With “pint and praties” for the dinner. And chicken stew on Sundays, too, (With nary a bit of chicken in her). But when you “find” some rabbits in The landlord’s ground (a poacher’s trick) It’s wise to call them something else— And so we called our rabbit “chick.” You take and cut the […]

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