Items of the Week From The A.T. Stewart Exchange: Christmas Gifts and Decorations

Lenox, Spode, Hummel plates and more are in the spotlight this week.

A treasure trove of Christmas gifts and decorations awaits you at the A.T. Stewart Exchange.
A treasure trove of Christmas gifts and decorations awaits you at the A.T. Stewart Exchange.
Here are this week's Items of the Week from the A.T. Stewart Exchange: This week's feature is a treasure trove of Christmas gifts and decorations.

We begin with a pair of ceramic, reindeer candlesticks for only $15 and a gingerbread cookie plate for $12. Next, we're featuring a wooden Christmas pyramid. It includes the three kings, the Holy Family, shepherds and angels, and it will delight any child. This wonderful item is offered at $60.

Our table, also, offers snowbabies -- priced from $15 to $24. There are hand-painted, glass compotes for $15 per pair and a Mouse-King nutcracker at a low $4.50.

We have Santa doorknob decorations for $12 and a hand-painted, folk-art Santa priced at $27. We have glass Christmas plates in all sizes and motifs, and prices start at $15. We also have tree ornaments, lighted houses, napkin rings, Lenox, Spode, Hummel plates and much, much more.

Come in and see all the delights that The Exchange has for you!

The A.T. Stewart Exchange (consignment shop), located on the lower level of The Garden City Historical Society, offers unique items for sale and is run by volunteers. Founded in 1975, The Garden City Historical Society is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization. All profits go to the restoration of the Museum. The shop is located at 109 Eleventh Street in Garden City, just west of Franklin Avenue, 516.746.8900. It is open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m Tuesdays through Fridays and from 12 noon to 4 p.m on Saturdays. Parking is available behind the Museum. Visit the Society's website at http://www.gardencityhistoricalsociety.org/.

Submitted by the A.T. Stewart Exchange


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