Antique Raiders Park Slope Opened its Doors with a Wow — Brooklynian

Antique Raiders Park Slope Opened its Doors with a Wow

edited September 2015 in Park Slope
Hello Everyone,

I would like to introduce myself. My name is Adelina Man and I am the owner of Antique Raiders Park Slope. We opened our doors on September 18th. We are located at 411 7th Avenue 11215, 718-788-1651.
Antique Raiders is a unique explosion of antiques, collectibles, jewelry, and art. We strive to bring unusual, one-of-a-kind and authentic items to our clientele. What makes us different from any other antique gallery is the fact that we will focus on events and entertainment. Antique Raiders will run weekly events showcasing artisan works including art, jewelry making, crocheting, and much more. Furthermore, we will focus on affordability and most importantly, unveil our “Appraise, Sell or Exchange program”. The program will allow anyone having little knowledge of antiquing to bring in their items and have a professional appraiser evaluate them. Thereafter, having an option of selling or exchanging their item for other items in the gallery.

We are open 7 days a week from 11-7 daily. Each weekend we have events set up. This coming weekend on Saturday we will have open doors with the Antique Raiders staff and an appraiser all day. On Sunday, Chalk Girls will be showcasing their art and a free class on how to up-cycle your rundown items. We have daily specials and will bring in new items on weekly basis. This week special vintage jewelry starting from $5.00.

We will strive to be your one stop shop for all antique and collectible needs. If there is something that you are looking for in particular, feel free to ask for it.

Thank you! We hope everyone can visit us and check out our gallery. We promise to amaze.

Comments

  • I'm glad to read about this; there are far fewer antique shops in Brooklyn now than in years past. However, I don't see how any place could be a  "one stop shop for all antique and collectible needs". Far better, for shop owners and collectors, to have MANY shops concentrated in a small area like what used to exist on Atlantic Avenue, Coney Island Avenue, or 162nd Street in Flushing.
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