|1/28/2014 1:07:00 PM|
Sage Antiques expands in new location
By Jim Cornelius
|Bobby Christensen loves the new location of Sage Antiques. photo by Jim Cornelius|
Hunting for antique treasures in Sisters just got a whole lot easier. Sage Antiques has moved to a new location at 161 S. Elm St. (former location of The Dime Store).
The new location is 2,000 square feet, and store manager Bobby Christensen is reveling in the joys of an expanded, brighter space.
"We can fit a lot more variety," he said. "We've expanded the guy section - the tools and rusty stuff. A lot more linens that we didn't have before. It's more open, it's brighter. People can see things so much better."
Sage Antiques has been operating in Sisters for a little over five years, under the ownership of Patricia Barclay. The shop carries dishware, glassware, jewelry, cast iron, furniture, fishing lures, antique tools and now Lionel trains.
"We have buttons for crafters," Christensen noted.
Barclay and Christensen don't have to do much antique-hunting themselves to stock their shop. Sage Antiques has built a reputation for quality and fair treatment of customers and sellers alike, which does their work for them.
"Nowadays, people come to us," Christensen said.
For more information call 541-549-6984.
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