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Antique store moves, changes its name

After two years of efforts to find the perfect location to re-open, Antiques on Camelback owner Stace Robbins has announced that the new store can be found at 2230 E. Indian School Road.

“Everywhere I go, I run into dealers, customers, and even snowbirds who ask: ‘When will you be opening again?’” says Robbins.

Many of your favorite dealers from Antiques on Camelback and the former Camelback Marketplace will be featured here, and space for new dealers has been made available. There is easy access, ample parking, and great neighbors, with Phoenix Lamps across the street and Global Home right next door.

At 7,500 square feet, this store is larger than her previous store. “Our goal is to have a wide-ranging variety with something for everyone.”

As vice president of the Valley of the Sun Antique Dealer Association, Robbins networks with many other professional mall owners and dealers in the city. The organization is dedicated to providing the public a satisfying shopping and learning experience when it comes to antiques.

Camelback Antiques carries a wide selection of antique and vintage furniture, art, lighting, jewelry, home décor, and more. In the courtyard, you will find garden furnishings and industrial items. A March opening is planned. For inquiries, call 602-538-2253 or e-mail info@camelbackantiques.com.

 

 

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