Prairie City Antiques
Prairie City, Oregon
Warren & Amy Giandomenico
Amy Giandomenico loves being around antiques and surrounds herself with them.
Amy started out selling antiques when she owned and operated a small antique store in Sandy, called Sandy Trader's that she operated for 2 years. She then moved to Portland and owned Amy's Antiques for 12 years.
Amy and her husband met at Amy's shop in Portland, Oregon, when he brought some items to Amy from his mother's estate sale. Warren had his own business in Portland at the time.
After 12 years of city life, Amy was ready to move to an area that was similar to where she grew up. Warren and Amy decided that Prairie City met their requirements and have not looked back. Amy and Warren opened Prairie City Antiques in 2004. They recently purchased a home in Prairie City and could not be happier.
Amy said that in order for an item to be classified as an antique, it has to be at least 100 years old. Some of her antiques date back to the 1700's. She also deals with many collectibles from the 20', 30's, and 40's.
Some, but not all of the things you might find browsing around their store include Civil War merchandise, Victorian furniture, Vintage costume jewelry, Victorian collectibles, Vintage Native American merchandise, Asian collectibles, antique tools, farming implements, old fishing gear, wooden lures, split bamboo rods, reels, creels, collectible post cards, bits and spurs, saddles, phonographs, radios, records, glassware, dinnerware, lanterns, railroadia, clocks, watches, rocks (for the rock hounds), Vintage lighting, Vintage clothing, textiles, and so much more!
Prairie City Antiques buys, sells, and trades collectibles and antiques. They buy and sell saddles. They conduct Estate Sales, do appraisals and just love to talk to anyone about antiques! Stop by and visit with Amy and Warren the next time you are in Prairie City.
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