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Items of the Week From The A.T. Stewart Exchange: Limoges Serving Dish, Pedestal Plate and More

A gracious, inviting table is this week's feature from The A.T. Stewart Exchange.
A gracious, inviting table is this week's feature from The A.T. Stewart Exchange.
The following was submitted by the A.T. Stewart Exchange.

Here are this week's Items of the Week from the A.T. Stewart Exchange: A gracious, inviting table is this week's feature from The A.T. Stewart Exchange. Begin in the center with two sets of antique candlesticks. Both pairs are solid brass. The shorter pair is priced at $15; the taller ones are English beehive candlesticks at $100 for the pair.

On the table, is a long, white and gold, Limoges serving dish for $42, and a second, round, Limoges pedestal plate for $15. There's an amber Depression sandwich server, priced at $18, and a pair of apple bowls, offered at $5 for both. The three sets of salt and pepper shakers are actually gold china and are priced at $12 per set.

The six place mats, in a soft, warm gold, are priced at $30 for all six, and the white and gold china dessert plates plus cups and saucers are priced at only $20. Atop the dessert plates are Waterford sherbets priced at $25 each. A Staffordshire china creamer and sugar set for $9 rounds out this week's items, which are all available at the time of posting.

The  A.T. Stewart Exchange (consignment shop), located on the lower level of The Garden City Historical Society Museum, 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. The shop is located at 109 Eleventh Street in Garden City 516-746-8900 and is open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesdays through Fridays and from noon to 4 p.m. on Saturdays. Parking is available behind the museum. Visit the Society’s website at www.gardencityhistoricalsociety.org.

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