Abbey Antiques & Art – Booth 2
Abbey Antiques & Art, 914 Corydon Avenue, Winnipeg, MB R3M 0Y5, welcomes you again to my offerings in Booth 1 and Booth 2.
My name is John Cooper. For over 56 years, I have collected and studied antiques.
As an antiques dealer, as well as an “antique” dealer, owing to my age, I have displayed at physical Antiques Shows across Canada for over 40 years.That has been quite a ride !
But this is a new era of dealing in Virtual shows, through ASC. Yet, with my careful descriptions and photos noting all good features and any slight wear to my items, you should have complete confidence in the objects to which you intend to give a new good home.
While you cannot actually hold them until they are delivered to you, rest assured that I, and all the vendors associated with ASCV shows, represent our items truthfully.
My specialties are silver and early porcelains, but of necessity I am a generalist antiques dealer because of my location in central Canada, indeed, close to the centre of North America ! To be a generalist antiques dealer is quite tasking, requiring constant study, but it is rewarding.
Please explore my 2 booths for quality items in diverse areas. My first booth is fun, with groups of 3 similar items arranged from 18thC. to 19thC. to 20thC. examples, something for everyone. My Booth 2 is more eclectic, with a surprise at the end !
I will answer questions, provide more information, and process payments at the following:
TELEPHONE: 1-204-477-0489 from 11 am to 5 pm CST.
TEXT: 1-204-981-1369 from 9 am to 9 pm CST.
EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org from 9 am to 10 pm CST.
Your buying is made easier because my prices are all in CAD and include GST and Express Shipping within Canada.
For shipping elsewhere, please contact me for estimate.
Note that PST is not charged to destinations outside MB, but must be collected for items shipped within MB.
Should items be picked up at my store (by appointment only, please), shipping costs will be deducted.
Enjoy your time in my booths; merely “click” on a smaller photo to enlarge it, then “click” again to return to that item; easy enough, even for a technophobe like me. HAPPY HUNTING