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Happy Holidays

Ho, Ho, Ho – All Consignors and Clients,

Are you in the mood yet? Getting your house all decked out? If you’re anything like me, you just can’t remember where you placed all your favourite decorations. You’re sure that you put them in that special bin marked “decorations” but darned if they’re not there. And then the search begins. It can last for hours. You look high and low, in every nook and cranny but they’re not to be found. After fruitless hours of searching, you finally break down and go out to buy a replacement. Personally, I think that there’s a conspiracy between anything that gets lost and our missing socks from the dryer…find the socks and you will find everything else that’s gone missing.

Lost or not, when you come to Treasures Anew, you’re bound to find something — maybe not what you’re trying to replace but perhaps something better. We’ve been inundated with some very unique, quality holiday items. This is not surprising given that many of these items are being brought to us by people who are downsizing. They are gracing us with some delectable pieces that they bought when countries such as England, United States and Germany ruled supreme, when quality was commonplace.

Check out our website (www.treasuresanew.ca) to see some of our holiday and gift items:

– Nutcrackers (every theme and size – you won’t find these in
retail stores!)
– Dickensville lit houses, as well as others.
– Holiday runners, tablecloths, and napkins
– 2-tier Country Rose sweets tray
– Sango Christmas mugs (6), dessert plates (6), 2-tier sweet tray,
and sandwich plate
– Stokes 45-piece Holiday celebrations
– Vintage tree ornaments
– Boxed and individual ornaments
– Holiday décor, too numerous to mention (many lit or battery run)
– Musical snow globes
– Seasonal centrepieces
– Wreathes
– Advent calendars (fabric and hard-copy)
– Department 56 Snowbabies
– Seasonal cookbooks
– Seasonal children’s books
– Handcrafted Santas and St. Nicks
– Vintage tall caroller with moving, lit candle
– Garlands, unique and whimsical
– Lladro Holy Family
– Little Cheesers
– Seasonal earrings and brooches
– Seasonal cushions
– China and ceramic cookie jars
– Gnomes from Sweden
– Package HBC ornament created by Charles Pachter
– Trish Romance print, seasonal theme

But if you’re looking for a gift, check out…

– Royal Doulton figurines
– Royal Albert Old Country Rose china
– Pearl necklace with sterling clasp
– Pinwheel wine glasses, decanters, salad bowls, candy and
condiment dishes
– Vintage zippo lighter, emblem with saying “Who Dares Wins”
– English china posies
– Lladro figurine, Nurse
– Pac Man electronic arcade game
– Bunnykins plates and cups
– Vintage covered cheese dish with mouse on top
– Swarovski bracelet
– Men’s cufflinks
– Faux fur throws (new)
– Voluspa candles and Crabtree & Evelyn beauty products (new)
– Art glass decorative bowls
– Wrinkles hand puppet
– Newly published novels
– Pewter Seagull bookends, golfers
– Evening bags
– New towels and packaged bedding (Hotel Collection & Gluckenstein)
– Copper ship’s lantern
– Vintage wind-up clown on scooter
– 8 Nancy Drew books in sleeve
– Kisivi stone bust, man (Africa)
– Copper indoor watering can, made in Germany
– New pitcher juice infuser with strainer
– Stone décor wall mounting (heavy)
– Royal Doulton Sally, HN 2741
– Large Capodimonte floral arrangement
– Vintage 3 piece Winterling, Royal Heidelberg, Germany

– ….and so much more….

Just a quick reminder…December 7 will be the last day for taking in seasonal items.

Wishing you and your family a blessed holiday season and the very best for 2019!

Christina, Pat, Monique, Lynda, Jane P, Sue, Lynn and Rosemary,
1390 Clyde Avenue (next to Denny’s Restaurant)

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