Booth # B206
 


Jeffrey Curry, Booths B-206 and T-206

Q: What inspired you to get into the antiques and decorating business?

A: My love of old things and lack of space in which to keep them.

Q: How would you describe your booth's style?

A: Terribly cluttered.

Q: What is the most interesting item you have found for your booth lately?

A: A mid-century watercolor fruit still life painting by Jose Illa DeSetvin.

Q: What antiques or collectibles would be in your fantasy collection, if money were no object?

A: Art.

Q: What is your biggest indulgence when it comes to collecting for yourself?

A: Art and silver.

Q: What is the biggest challenge and the greatest joy of being in the antiques and decorating business?

A: Challenge: Finding items to resell. Joy: Selling them!

Q: What is your biggest indulgence when it comes to collecting for yourself?

A: Art and silver.

Q: What dream home would match your personal collection of antiques and vintage items (i.e., Victorian, Mid-Century Modern, Tudor, etc.)?

A: Mid-Century Modern.

Q: What is the strangest antique or vintage item you have ever seen?

A: Articulated human skeleton!

Q: Are there certain items that you always have to make sure are in your booth because they sell so well?

A: Small tables, lamps, rusty relics, mid-century decorating items and U.S. flags.

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