Magnolia Antique Gallery, Part I

Reflection Selfie at Magnolia Antique Gallery.

Reflection Selfie at Magnolia Antique Gallery.

Magnolia Antique Gallery is one of the antique shops that I visited last Friday.

Located in Fayetteville, Tennessee, the gallery specializes in fine American, European and Asian furniture from the early 17th – mid 20th century.

I met the friendly owners, Sharon and Colin, who were kind enough to allow me to take photos for thewritesteph.com.  Colin gave me a tour of  the antiques that are housed on the three floors of the 15,000 square foot building, built in 1894.

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"Antique stained glass windows from a church in England."

“Antique stained glass windows from a church in England.”

"Black Forest carved wall clock circa 1880 with high-quality French movement that runs 14 days on a winding..."

“Black Forest carved wall clock circa 1880 with high-quality French movement that runs 14 days on a winding…”

The old elevator in Magnolia Antique Gallery.

The old elevator in Magnolia Antique Gallery.

The top of the old elevator.

The top of the old elevator.

Stairway from the mezzanine to the 3rd floor.

Taking the stairs.

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Look for Magnolia Antique Gallery, Part II in an up-coming blog, and be sure to keep watching for more posts about the Fayetteville antique shops that I visited!

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