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ANTIQUES · RARE & USED BOOKS · COINS · COLLECTIBLES

2008 - A New YeAr

Antique Shows

January

Davis County Page 9

February

Sandy Page 8

Weber County Page 6

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January 2008

In this Issue:

Spotlight:

Antoinette’s

Page 10

Fire: Star Mill

Page 11

Insulators

Page 4

Delivery Man:

Don Morris

Page 2

Map Section

Pages 12-18


page 2 · January 2008

Don Morris: Deliveryman

Christy hardman

Staff Writer

Many may have noticed the new

deliveryman for the Deseret Antique Times.

He is Don Morris. His son and daughter-inlaw,

Donnie and Kara Morris, are the owners

of the Times, and Don said that Donnie was

looking for someone to with advertising and

delivery of the papers.

“He didn’t have the time, and I thought

I’d just help with the burden. It also gets me

up out of my rocking chair,” Don said. “And

besides, I have plenty of family in Northern

Utah. Since I’m up that way, why not deliver

the papers and meet the fine folks.”

One of the ideas that Don has implemented

is delivering the Antique Times to various

hotels throughout the state.

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or a press release, please consider submitting

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“Driving around I realized how many people

are transient through this area,” Don said. “It is

a good opportunity to entice and invite them to

see what is available in the antique world in the

region.”

Don has retired from the US Air Force where

he served 20 years. He’s also retired from the

Federal Government as a civil servant.

“Now I have a lot of free time,” he said. He

has enjoyed distributing the Antique Times. He

delivered newspapers as a boy, and he said it

was reminiscent of that. He also enjoys meeting

new people.

Don raised his children in California. Donnie

and Kara lived in Spanish Fork, and he and his

wife had visited them frequently.

“We liked the area. All of our children were

scattered along the Wasatch Front, and we knew

if we wanted to be part of our grandchildren’s

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lives, we needed to move out here,” Don

said.

“The Deseret Antique Times has a lot to

offer to people interested in antiques and rare

books,” he said.

Highlighting a business every month is an

idea Don particularly likes. It has helped him

get to know business and business owners

“That does well to get the word out about

what that business specializes in. As time goes

on, more and more people will hear about

(the Antique Times) and the businesses will

benefit,” Don said.


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across from the Salt Palace. Open daily except Sunday

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page 4 · January 2008

I grew up in Northern California, and

my Dad worked for PG& E (Pacific, Gas &

Electric Co.) during my entire childhood. He

would bring home these cool glass insulators

that he would change out on the job, or that

they would find while out working the lines.

My favorite was the wood posts with the

threads that the insulators screwed onto, that

were on top of the crossbars on telephone

poles. These made perfect grenades when we

played war. Next time you are driving up a

canyon, or along any old highway that runs

next to railroad tracks, there is a good chance

that you will see the old telephone poles with

glass insulators still on top of them.

I have seen insulators described as big

blobby glass thingies, paperweights, and

fishing net weights by people who don’t

know what they are. What exactly, is a Glass

Insulator? Insulators were used for a variety

of applications including telegraph, telephone,

and electric power distribution. They date

Glass Insulators

Objects of beauty and design

Kara morris

editor

back to 1844, with the inception of the

telegraph. Insulators were used to hold wires

off the ground. Insulators have been made of

porcelain, glass, rubber, wood, plastic, and

iron. The last of glass insulators was made

in 1969.

Insulators come in hundreds of distinct

styles, shapes and sizes. They come in hundreds

of different colors. There is a vast variety of

different embossing, and varying base types;

with or without drip points, different styles of

drip points, etc. Insulators range in size from

as small as 2 inches, to over a foot across

and a foot tall. Insulators developed over the

course of more than 100 years. Many shapes

evolved to meet specific needs, such as to hold

the line wire more efficiently, or to increase

the insulating ability. Larger insulators were

developed as larger, heavier wires and higher

line voltages were used.

Insulators come in all price ranges -

depending on their rarity. You can actually

find a large range of colors, styles and sizes

of insulators that only cost a dollar or two

see insulators — page 6

Courtesy photo


Moriarty’s Antiques

and

Curiosities

January

Clearance

Sale

Many Items Discounted

throughout the store

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Largest Antiques & Collectibles Mall

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959 S. West Temple - Salt Lake City

(801)-521-7207

Open 7 Days a Week!

Monday thru Saturday - 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.

Sunday - Noon - 5 p.m.


page 6 · January 2008

Calendar of Events

Jan 18-20

antique Show and Sale

Del Mar Fairgrounds

2260 Jimmy Durante Blvd, Del Mar, CA

Fri. and Sat., 11 a.m. — 8 p.m.

Sun., 11 a.m. — 5 p.m.

Admission $8

Jan 25-27

antiques Marketplace

Winter Show and Sale

Davis County Events Center

151 S 1100 West, Farmington

Fri., 10 a.m. — 7 p.m.

Sat., 10 am. — 6 p.m.

Sun., 11 a.m. — 4 p.m.

Adult $4, Senior $2

FeB 9-10

Walter Larsen presents

The San Francisco antiquarian Book,

print & paper Fair

San Francisco Concourse

7th & Brannan Street, San Francisco, CA

Sat., 10 a.m. — 7 p.m.

Sun., 11 am. — 5 p.m.

Admission $10, discount with ad or card

Return privileges

FeB 16-17

acorn’s antique Show & Sale

Weber County Fairgrounds

Exit 346 - East off I-15 in Ogden

Sat., 9 a.m. — 6 p.m.

Sun., 10 a.m. — 5 p.m.

Admission $4, children free

FeB 15-17

Walter Larsen presents

The Original Salt Lake antiques,

Collectibles & Decoratives Show

and Sale

South Towne Exposition Center

9575 South State Street, Sandy

Fri. and Sat., 11 a.m. — 8 p.m.

Sun., 11 am. — 4 p.m.

Admission $4, Senior Citizens $2

ACORN’S

ANTIQUE SHOW & SALE

Sat. Feb. 16th, 9am-6pm

Sun. Feb. 17th, 10am-5pm

Something for Everyone and every Home!

Antiques to Country Home décor

Weber County Fairgrounds

Over 60 booths fi lled with the best Antique dealers from Nebraska,

Minnesota,Montana, Wyoming, South Dakota, Idaho and Utah

with New ExcitingDealers from California and Colorado.

The Antique show you can’t miss!

Two days only!

You’ll fi nd everything from unique primitives

to exquisite oak furniture, linens, quilts, pott ery,

toys, glassware, shabby chic’, Rustic/Country

home décor, coins, collectibles, jewelry, western,

and so much more!

Admission:

Adults — $4.00 Children Free

Free Parking

For Dealer space and other information,

Please Call: (801)645-5933

From insulators — page 4

each. Many of the vibrant colors cost more;

in the range of $10 to $50 each. As with

any antique/collectible, you can also spend

hundreds or thousands on some of the rarest

glass insulators.

One of the great things about insulator

collecting is that most of them can be found

fairly easily. They can be found in antique

stores and malls, magazine ads and internet

ads, and at national insulator shows being

held around the country all year long. Once

you have a supply of insulators, you can

also trade with most of the other collectors.

Those who want a treasure hunt can still find

insulators “in the wild.” Just be careful where

you gather them from, as you may get in a bit

of trouble taking them off of poles.

If you just want to enjoy the beauty of old,

colorful, and unusual glass, glass insulators

are an inexpensive way to create a great look.

If you are more serious about the history of

insulators, and collecting rare and unusual

pieces, glass insulators offer a huge variety

to please any pocketbook and astute eye.

Enjoy!

If you are interested in starting a collection

of glass insulators, there are many books and

websites with invaluable information on the

hobby.

Exit #346 East off I-15 - Ogden Coming

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February!

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Feb 16th and 17th , 2008

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Music Boxes

Furntiture

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Old Mormon Items & Books

Antique Books of All Kinds

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Sterling Silver

Christmas Ornaments - Santas - Feather Trees - Tinsel

Old Quilts and Old Mormon Quilt Frame

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Lots of Old Cabinet Pictures - Many Utah

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page 8 · January 2008

Star Mill Blaze:

From star mill — page 11

Smithsonian institution milling expert Robert

Johnson in an article in the Salt Lake Tribune

dated March 6, 2000. The Star Flour Mill was

actually an operational mill until 1979, and is

also listed on the National Register of Historic

Places and according to Shields, “it is believed

one of only 10 antique mills in the United States

have the original milling equipment intact.”

There is also a long and somewhat romantic

history associated with the Mill. It burned

down in 1907 and was rebuilt by the son of

the original owner in 1908. The son, James

Chipman, named for his father, had two wives,

and one of them is still rumored to haunt the

place. The Mill has traded hands through the

decades, having been a craft store and then

left vacant until 1990 when Copper purchased

it. Copper had many ideas for the Mill. He

once spoke of wanting to turn it into a hotel,

restaurant and convention center. Besides the

mill itself, the buildings included the miller’s

house and several adjoining log cabins, as well

as a sizeable basement and a large warehouse

behind the mill. The mill also served as a

community gathering place to welcome Santa

Claus for the last few years.

Copper has said he has felt the presence

of the “spirits” that haunt the mill. When he

was refurbishing the mill to open his general

antique store in 1997, Copper took a 45-foot

fall onto his head. He broke some ribs and

an elbow, and the head trauma sent him into

convulsions. It took him two long years to

recover, and thinking back over the incident,

he feels that his injuries would have been much

worse but for the intercession of the resident

spirits. Copper called them angels. He believed

it was the original James Chipman and his

mother Amanda that caught him and saved his

life. He said he often heard footsteps along the

halls when no one else is in the store.

Many people who visited there were

surprised the strange and poignant feelings

associated with the place. The feeling has

been called “loving” or “warm and tingly,”

especially in the room where Copper fell.

With the occurrence of the recent fire, the

strange and dramatic history of the Star Flour

Mill continues.

Cleanup will take several months, but the

store will reopen in March.

“We’ve had our share of trials,” Copper said.

“But we’ve survived. We will perservere.”

We buy books.

(801) 400-2149

guarDIanS: The Mill’s

concrete silos limited the

spread of the fire and protected

the Mill and the antiques

inside.

ousands of Antiques and Collections

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(Friday, Saturday & Sunday)

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Friday and Saturday 11 a.m. — 8 p.m.

Sunday 11 a.m. — 4 p.m.

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Friday and Saturday 11 a.m. — 8 p.m.

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Winter Show & Sale

Jan. 25, 26, & 27th, 2008

To be held at the

Davis County Events Center

151 South 1100 West, Farmington, Utah

West of Lagoon

I-15 Northbound: Exit 324 to Park Lane, turn left, and follow to Events Center

I-15 Southbound: Exit 325, turn right, and follow to Events Center

At this show you will find Furniture, Art, Dolls, Linens, Jewelry,

Glass, Pottery, Western, Architectural, Decorative,

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For Dealer space

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Please call:

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Admission: Adults $4.00, seniors $2.00

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page 10 · January 2008

Spotlight: Antoinette’s

Christy hardman

Deseret antique Times

Antoinette’s, located at 247 East Broadway in Salt Lake City,

specializes in antique and vintage jewelry. Owner Tonya Mahood said

she’s always loved antiques, but when she discovered vintage jewelry,

she fell head over heels. She knew she wanted to spend the rest of her

life with it.

The store itself has been around since 1977, but Mahood bought it in

2005. When she bought it, she said the previous owners had branched

out into other types of antiques like plates and knick-knacks. Mahood

took it back to what she said was the original Antoinette’s: exclusively

vintage and estate jewelry.

Mahood loves everything about old jewelry.

“I love the classic craftsmanship, and the beauty of the old stones.

Each one is a hand- made original piece, not machine stamped like

what they make today.”

Mahood buys estate jewelry from people that come to her, but she

also does some traveling to search out those rare pieces that she can’t

ever get her hands on otherwise.

She has a wide selection of jewelry spanning from the Victorian

era to the ‘60s. Her favorite era is Art Nouveau, a period between

1900-1910. Mahood said jewelry from this particular era has “a lot of

flowing patterns.” She said they also used the feminine figure in many

of the Art Nouveau designs, as well as a lot of faces.

While she loves Art Nouveau best, Mahood does not have the

biggest selection dating from that period.

“They’re very difficult to find,” she said. “I buy it whenever I see it,

the pieces don’t just come to me.”

Another favorite era of Mahood’s is Art Deco, which dates from the

late ‘20s to the early ‘30s. According to Mahood, the style of Art Deco

is completely opposite of the Art Nouveau.

“They used a lot of geometric shapes and sharp angles,” she said.

Mahood said she feels she has a wide selection. And it stays pretty

constant between what she buys and what she sells. She said that many

times pieces sell so fast that if someone comes in and wants a particular

piece, she encourages them to buy it on the spot.

“It’s not just a sales pitch. So many times I have people come back

in wanting that same piece, but it’s already gone. Each piece is so

unique, one of kind. They’re so disappointed.”

Mahood said that her store draws a lot of young couples looking for

engagement ring sets.

“Antique wedding sets have been our niche for a long time,” she

said.

One of the things she loves best about the business is seeing the

couples’ happiness, hearing their romance stories, and helping them

find the exact wedding set they want.

“Sometimes I even have customers run up to me on the streets to

tell me how happy they are and how much they love the rings they

chose,” Mahood said.

One of the reasons Mahood loves jewelry so much is the story

behind the individual pieces.

“Whenever I can I find out a story behind a piece I love to, but too

often the stories are lost along the way. Other times people selling off

their estate jewelry don’t want to talk about it. Sometimes pieces will

be engraved in the back, that is a story in itself,” she said. She said

a romantic history or an engraving increases the sentimentality of a

piece, but she doesn’t raise the price for it. One of her main goals is to

keep the jewelry affordable.

Mahood said she doesn’t offer financing, but layaway is available.

“It may sound simple, but the price I set on an item depends on how

much I had to pay for it. I try to keep my prices half of what retail is so

I can give people a good deal.”

Overall, Mahood said she enjoys her business “tremendously.”

“It’s just a lot of fun. We all get a long and have a great time,” she

said.

Kara Morris / Deseret Antique Times

CLaSSIC CraFTSManSHIp: antoinette’s specializes in vintage and estate

jewelry. Owner Tonya Mahood, above, enjoys seeing couples’ happiness and

hearing their romance stories as she helps them find the perfect wedding

ring. Below, collectors can catch a glimpse of antoinette’s extensive jewelry

collection.


The Star Mill, located at 147 East 600 North

in American Fork, was built as a working mill

in 1888. Last month, the antique store had a

fire, and sustained serious damage, said owner

Daniel Copper.

The State Fire Marshall is investigating the

cause of the fire that occurred on Wednesday,

Dec. 6, 2007. A motorist driving past saw the

smoke and called in the fire around 7 p.m.

and by the time the firefighters arrived, flames

were already blasting through the roof of one

building, and shooting high overhead.

Copper was in Salt Lake finishing some

Christmas shopping when he received word

of the fire.

“A neighbor called me and said, ‘You better

get down here. Your sheds are on fire,’” said

Copper.

The mill itself was saved, due partly from

the cement silos that flanked it, and contained

the blaze from spreading to the historic mill.

In an article by Ann Shields printed in the Salt

Lake Tribune, Fire chief Jay Christensen said

the fire “was knocked down by 9:30 p.m.,” but

a manned truck remained at the scene until

early that morning watching for hot spots.

“It didn’t seem real,” Copper said. “I could

see it happening, but...it still doesn’t seem

real.”

According to Copper, the loss included a

100-year-old oak floor, as well as antique

church pews from the third ward LDS church

and an early pioneer cabin from Lehi. He also

lost items preserved from an old elementary

school, including antique windows. He also

lost various roofing and timbres from other

demolished buildings, several pieces of

antique furniture, as well as other items.

”Copper said he had insurance but said it

would be difficult to put a value on items that

cannot be replaced,” Shields reported.

In addition to the actual fire losses, smoke

damaged items in rooms adjacent to the

buring warehouses. Copper is in the process

of inventorying every item in the store and

trying to their value.

Sarah Hansen, an insurance agent with

Security Insurance said that antique dealers

can choose a plan that covers their building

and premises, and another one that covers

their personal property. The cost of the

coverage depends on how much the monetary

value is. Antique dealers would have to

assess their net worth and set the amount, but

unfortunately no amount of money can replace

rare antiques that are destroyed beyond repair.

The Star Mill was one of the best preserved

mills in the state according to experts.

“It is extremely rare to find so much

original milling equipment still intact,” said

January 2008 · page 11

Star Mill blaze

Owner Daniel Copper plans on perservering in spite of losses

Christy hardman

Deseret antique Times

see star mill — page 8

Steve Hardman / Deseret Antique Times

DevaSTaTIng FIre: On Dec. 6, 2007, warehouses next to the Star Mill in American Fork caught fire. Below,

remains of hundreds of antiques lay in the snow. The destruction was limited to the warehouses and their

contents. Bottom, thanks to the concrete silos and quick-responding fire personnel, the Mill and much of

Copper’s antiques were spared.


page 12 · January 2008

Searching for antiques and collectibles?

Use our helpful maps to find what

you’re looking for: the antique and

specialty shops located throughout

Utah and old Deseret.

OREGON

1


Napa

•Boise

N

Twin Falls

Grandpa’s Attic

Antiques & Collectibles

436 W Main, Burley, ID • (208) 678-1561

Open Mon-Sat, 9-5

4

Last Roundup Antiques

General Antiques, Western & Military

756 N 2nd East, Rexburg, ID • (208) 356-5002

Mon-Sat, 10-5

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Burley

MONTANA

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Page 12 - Idaho

Page 13 - Northern Utah

Page 14 - Salt Lake Downtown

Page 15 - East Broadway

Page 16 - Salt Lake County

Page 17 - Central Utah (Utah County)

Page 18 - Southern Utah

Page 18 - Service Directory

Page 19 - Fun Page

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Shelley, Idaho

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Yellowstone



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6

5 This Olde Stuff

Antiques, Collectibles “Something for Everyone”

12 S Main, Grace, ID • (208) 425-3900

Open eleven-ish ‘till dark 6+ days

Grace

Preston

Logan

Southern

Jackson

WYOMING

St. Charles

3 Park Avenue Mall

5000 Sq. Ft. of Affordable Antiques & Collectibles

393 Park Ave, Idaho Falls • (208) 528-0472

Open M-F, 10-5:30 • Sat, 10-5 • Sun, 12-4

6

Idaho

Homestead Antiques Market

North end of Bear Lake on scenic Hwy 89

St. Charles, ID • (208) 945-2782

Closed Tuesday & Wednesday

Closed for the Winter

Open In March


IDAHO

UTAH

Ogden

Tremonton•

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13


5

Roy

3

8 9

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6 7

Sunset

14

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Kaysville

Farmington

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Salt Lake

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2

Brigham City

Layton

Stone Post Antiques

15

16

17

Centerville

Bountiful

13

Unique line Furniture, Glass & the Unusual

62 W 800 N, Sunset, UT • 791-4212

Freeway Exit 335, North 1 block

Mon-Sat, 9-5 • Fri, 12-5

16

The Copper Frog

Early American & English Furniture

87 S Main Street, Kaysville, UT • 498-7371

Mon thru Fri, 11-5 • Sat, 11-4 • or by chance

Logan

Wellsville

Richmond To Bear Lake

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8

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Artists and Heirlooms

Antiques, Décor & Fine Art Gallery

115 Historic 25th Street, Ogden, UT

(801) 399-0606

Hours Mon–Sat, 10-6

Rustic Rose Antiques

Rustic, Vintage, Boutique

3037 Washington Blvd, Ogden, UT

(801) 399-0606

Hours: Mon-Sat, 11-6

10 Good As New

11

12

Second Tyme Around

Antiques ~ Collectibles ~ Eclectic

Consignments ~ Furniture ~ Home Decor

3289 Grant Ave, Ogden, UT

5504 South 1900 West, Roy, UT

(801) 627-2282

(801) 728-3433

14

Main Street Memories

Fine Furniture ~ Glassware ~ Collectibles

270 North Main St, Layton, UT • 544-7999

Open Mon-Sat, 10:30-7:00

17

Just a Bed of Roses

Shabby to Chic ~ Romantic to Rustic

15 East State, Farmingon, UT

(801) 451-2556

Tues-Fri, 11-6 • Sat, 11-5 • closed Mon

1

2

3

7

Littlegold Treasures

Antiques ~ Glass ~ Primitives, Books

25 W Main St, Tremonton, UT

(435) 257-8442

Mon-Sat, 10-7

9

Dealer discounts ~ 7,000 sq. ft. ~ Low prices

180 31st St, Ogden, UT • (801) 394-9035

Just off I-15 — 31st St Exit East

Open Mon-Sat, 10-6

15

18

Northern

Utah

Country Village

Antiques & Craft Mall ~70 Dealers

730 S. Main, Logan • (435) 752-1678

Open Mon-Sat, 10:30-6:30

Browse Around

Antiques Mall

180W 1200 S Logan, UT • (435) 752-1678

Open Mon-Sat, 10:30-6:30

4 Lavender House

New & loved-again treasures

for the heart and soul

33 S. Main, Brigham City, UT • (435) 723-3201

Open Tue–Sat, 11-5

5

January 2008 · page 13

25th Street Emporium

& Antique Mall

109 Historic 25th Street, Ogden, UT • 392-1473

Hours Mon-Fri, 9-6 • Sat 9-5

The Timeless Attic

Antiques, Collectibles & Décor

167 Historic 25th Street, Ogden, UT

(801) 392-8842 (392-ATTIC)

Abby’s Antiques Mall

Re-Creations

Furniture ~ Consignment ~ Boutique

5508 South 1900 West, Roy, UT

(801) 728-2758

Mon-Sat, 11-6

KC’s Cupboard

New Store!

79 North Main Street, Kaysville, UT

(801) 726-6318

Emiliejayne’s Front Porch

Antiques ~ Collectible ~ Decor

3497 Hwy 89, Bountiful, UT

(801) 397-0038


page 14 · January 2008

N Temple

500 W

2

300 W

200 W

Salt Lake Temple

W Temple

3

Main Street

State Street

200 E

3 Moriarty’s Antiques

Antiques & Retro Furniture, Glassware, Garden

959 S. West Temple, SLC, UT • (801) 521-7207

Open Mon–Sat, 10-6 • Sun. Noon -5

6

Abode

1720 S. 900 East., SLC, UT

(801) 486-2633

Open Tue–Fri, 11-6

Custom Leatherwork

Mustang Custom Leather

Cowboy Leather Specialist

Frank Aydelotte, Maker

(801) 226-0352 • Orem, UT

Antique Phonographs

Buy - Sell - Service & Repair

Mike Sovic

(801) 572-6836

L

4

See Map

Page 15 East Broadway or 300 South

300 E

400 E

500 E

700 E

N

6

900 E

Salt Lake City

5

7

1100 E

1300 E

S Temple

100 S

200 S

300 S

400 S

500 S

900 S

1300 S

1700 S

2100 S

Hills’ House Gallery

Quality American Furniture

National Historic Site

126 South 200 West, SLC, UT

(801) 359-4852

Classic Cars INTL

Car Museum

355 West 700 South

Salt Lake City, UT • (801) 322-5186

4 Sam Weller’s

5 The Country Home

New, used and rare books

French & English Antiques

254 South Main, SLC, UT • (800) 333-7269 1058 E. 900 South, SLC, UT • (801) 538-0122

Open Mon–Sat, 10-8 • Sun. 10-6

Open Tues–Fri, 11-5:30 or by Appt

7 The Green Ant

Mid-Century Modern, Furniture & Accessories

2011 South 1100 East, SLC, UT

(801) 595-1818

Basketry & Caning

Call for free Estimates

Susan Earls

15 S Main, Pleasant Grove, UT

(801) 796-0108

1

2

Downtown

“Beware of anyone

who says they are

manufacturing antiques”

Service Directory All-In-One

Antique Doll Restoration

Repairs - Buy - Sell

Quality First

Aloha Jones

(801) 465-4579

MUSTANG CUSTOM

LEATHER

• saddles

• antique saddles

• gun leather

• chinks

• chaps

• saddle bags

• dress belts

• vests

Traditional horse and cowboy goods

Frank Aydelotte

Maker

(801) 226-0352 Orem, Utah 84058

Furniture Restoration &Refinishing

Repairs - Refinish - Upholstery - Touch-Ups

Candido Escobedo (801) 310-5160

Free Pick-up and Delivery

Do you have a skill others could use?

Advertise in our Service Directory

— call (801) 798-0137 for rates and

information.


1

2

1

200 E

Ken Sanders Rare Books

Utah ~ Mormon ~ Western First Editions ~ Fine Books

268 South 200 East, SLC, UT • (801) 521-3819

www.kensanderbooks.com

books@dreamgarden.com

3

4

500 W

5

2

6

300 W

8

7

200 W

300 E

W Temple

300 S

(Broadway)

2 Litvin Gallery Antiques

18th & 19th Century Antiques

8

169 E. 300 South, SLC, UT • (801) 328-4004

Open Mon-Sat, 10-5:30

Carmen Miranda’s

Antiques ~ Jewelry ~ Eccentric Collectibles

If you are looking

for something

bold and unusual,

come visit

Carmen Miranda’s

270 South 300 East

Salt Lake City, Utah

(just off E. Broadway)

(801) 359-7741

3

4

Main Street

January 2008 · page 15

5

Salt Lake City

East Broadway

6

7

State Street

200 E

See Map

Page 15 East Broadway or 300 South

300 E

Antiques Road

3 Retro Rose

Everything but the ordinary

Retro ~ Shabby ~ Antique

207 E. 300 South, SLC, UT • (801) 364-7979

Open Mon–Sat, 10-6

4 R.M. Kennard Antiques

Utah’s most complete Antique Shop

215 E. 300 South, SLC, UT • (801) 328-9796

Mon-Fri, 11-5, Sat 11-4

5 Antoinette’s

Antique & Estate ~ Jewelry ~ Objects of Art

239 East 300 South, SLC, UT • (801) 359-2192

Open Noon–5:30 except Sun & Wed

6

7

400 E

500 E

700 E

N

900 E

1100 E

Jitterbug Antiques & Toys

Toys ~ Collectibles ~ Antiques

243 E. 300 South, SLC, UT • 537-7038

Open Mon–Sat, 11:00–5:00

Thomson & Burrows

Fine Furniture, Accessories, Lighting

280 South 300 East, SLC, UT

(801) 521-0650

8 Carmen Miranda’s

Antiques ~ Jewelry ~ Eccentric Collectibles

270 South 300 East, SLC, UT

(801) 359-7741

1300 E

200 S

300 S

400 S

500 S

900 S

1300 S

1700 S

2100 S


page 16 · January 2008

To Tooele

14

MAGNA

WEST VALLEY

To Copperton

7

10

4800 S

Bangerter

Hwy.

11

6200 S

9000 S

Redwood Road

MIDVALE

1300 W

Get Ready!

The greatest snow on earth

is coming. here!

4 Longwood Antiques

Located Inside - Plant Gallery Bldg

Antiques ~ Art ~ Collectables ~ Buy ~ Sell

3240 S. 2300 E., SLC, UT 84109

(801) 486-1733 • 792-5206

Sandy Antique Mall

Like an Antique Show every day

3 Floors • Great Parking

8672 S. State, Sandy, UT

(801) 568-9840

11 Eborn Books

Rare, Used, New and Out of Print Books

3601 S 2700 West, Suite B120

West Valley City, UT 84119

(801) 965-9410 www.ebornbooks.com

14 Things Forgotten

Toys ~ Collectibles ~ Antiques

8896 West 2700 South, SLC, UT

Closed for the Winter

(801) 250-0378

Saturday only, 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.

4800 S

700 W

12

5

1

6

State Street

7

2100 S

3300 S

15

3900 S

4500 S

State Street

To Provo

MURRAY

7200 S

7800 S

8600 S

12300 S

2700 S

700 E

900 E

2

9400 S

SANDY

10600 S

SUGARHOUSE

2000 E

3

9

2000 E

Highland Dr.

DRAPER

4

13

Holliday Blvd

2

Cobwebs

Fun Stuff ~ Fair Prices

1054 E. 2100 South , SLC, UT • 485-295

Open Mon–Fri, 11-5 • Sat 12-5

5

Estates & Remainders

Antiques ~ Collectibles ~ Glass ~ Silver

3345 S. 300 W, SLC, UT • (801) 487-0444

Open Tues – Sat, 11 a.m.-6 p.m.

9

Sisters Home/The Pink Door

For jewelry to keep, fine antiques & shabby chic

8623 S. Highland Dr. • (801) 943-4322

Open Mon–Sat, 11-7 • Sun 12-5

12 Benchmark Books

Used, rare and out-of-print LDS books

3269 South Main, Suite 250 • SLC 84115

(801) 486-3111

Mon-Fri, 10-6 • Sat, 10-5 • Closed Sun

To Park City

N

3

Salt Lake

County

Miscellaneous

Consignment Shop and Vintage Mall

29th East 33rd South, SLC, UT

Behind Cafe Rio

(801) 467-1692

6

Vine Street Antiques

4854 South State St, Murray, UT

(801) 265-0595

Open Mon -Thur, 10-6 • Fri-Sat, 10-7 • Sun 11-5

10

C & H General Store

Collectibles, Antiques, Gadgets, Gizmos

60 South Main, Tooele, UT (side Entrance)

(435) 882-4688

13 All About Time

Sales ~ Appraisals ~ Repairs ~ Restorations

2308 East Murray-Holliday Rd. (4780 South)

SLC, UT

(801) 277-2799


Lehi

To Salt Lake City


N

Santaquin

•2


American Fork



Payson

To Nephi

3

Midway

Pleasant Grove

Orem

•6

5

7

Provo

• • • Salem

• 8

9 •

10

11

14


16

18

Springville

Spanish Fork

To Mt. Pleasant

To Park City

17

19


Mapleton

15

Heber City

12


Helper

To Vernal

3 Rosebud Antiques

5 Man in the Moon Antiques

7

11

Furniture, Tools, Books, Glassware,

Primitives, Chair Caning

15 South Main, Pleasant Grove, UT

(801) 796-0108

B. Ashworth’s

Rare Books ~ Documents ~ Art ~ Collectables

Signatures ~ LDS ~ Hollywood ~ Boy Scouts

127 W Center Street, Provo, UT

(801) 368-6001

Carter’s Antiques

Pine ~ Glassware ~ Refinished Oak

150 North 400 East, Payson, UT

(801) 465-2915

14

Hollyhock

Antiques & Gifts

35 N Center St , Midway, UT • (435) 654-5505

Hours: Wed-Sat, 10-5

17

Mother Nature’s Nook

Antiques ~ Fine Arts ~ Vintage

155 North Main , Heber UT • (435) 654-9900

Mon-Sat, 10:30-6

8

9

Buttons, Ephemera, Jewelry

Primitive, Marbles, & more

120 W Center St, Provo, UT

(801) 375-5033

13

Treasures Antique Mall

1045 N 2000 W • Springville, UT

(West Frontage Road I-15)

North Bldg (801) 489-4152

South Bldg. (801) 491-0749

Open Mon-Sat, 10-6 • Closed Sun


12

Hermies Antiques

Furniture ~ Glassware ~ Collectibles

154 S Main, Helper, UT • (435) 472-3140

Open Mon-Sat 10-5:30

15

Eight Sisters & A Daughter

Antique, Unique & Vintage

1490 S Hwy 40 Heber, UT, 84032

(435) 657-9705

Wed - Sat 10-5 or by Appointment

Price

18

Wild Wood Design Gallery

Oil Paintings ~ Faux Paintings ~ Dried Flowers

485 S 250 West, Midway, UT • (435) 654-1586

www.wildwooddesigngallery.com

To Grand

Junction

2

January 2008 · page 17

Central Utah

Star Mill General Store

Furniture ~ Glassware ~ Tools ~ Art

147 E. 600 North, Am. Fork • 756-0464

Closed after Christmas until March

6 Cat’s Cradle Antiques

Antique Dolls ~ Estate Jewelry ~ Art

Pottery & Fine Glass

168 W Center Street, Provo, UT

(801) 374-1832

10

Confetti Antiques & Books

13,000 sq. ft. ~ Antiques ~ Rare Books ~ More!

273 N Main, Spanish. Fork, UT • 798-0137

Open Tue-Sat, 10-6 • Mon, Sometimes

13

Helper Antique Mall

10 dealers ~ Space available

115 S Main, Helper, UT • (435) 472-8883

Open Mon–Sat, 10-5 • Closed Sun

16

Midway Mercantile

Antique furniture, art & collectibles

99 East Main, Midway UT • (435) 657-0288

19

Nick’s Nook

Western Antiques

474 South Main, Heber UT • (435) 654-9903

Mon-Sat, 10:30 - 6:00


page 18 · January 2008

8

To Las Vegas

N


Cedar City

• • 9

10

7

Laverkin

St. George

Beaver


•Parowan



Scipio


Fillmore Richfield



5

6

5

Cowboy Collectibles by CZR

Western Antiques & Cowboy Collectibles

57 N Main, Panguitch, UT • (435) 676-8060

Open 10-6, Mon-Sat

The Book Cellar

Located in historic downtown

130 N Main, St. George, UT • (435) 652-0227

www.sgbookcellar.com

Hatch

To Provo

& SLC


1

Nephi •

2



3

• •Manti

4 Salina


• Aurora


•Monroe

Sevier • Marysvale

• •


Circleville

Panguitch

Mt. Carmel Jct.

Kanab

ARIZONA

•Freedonia 6


Fairview

Mt. Pleasant

Ephraim

Koosharem

Loa

Escalante

To Grand

Junction

Darlene’s Country Treasures

75 E Center St, Panguitch, UT

(Old City Library)

Open Mon–Sat, 10-5

8 10

9

Main Street Antiques

Fine antiques ~ Native American

49 N Main, St. George, UT • (435) 628-7333

Open Mon, 10-5; Tue–Fri, 10-6; Sat, 10-4

2

1 Fairview Museum Gift Shop

Things you want & need ~ old & new

Great Art ~ History Museum

85 N 100 E, Fairview, UT (435) 427-9216

Open Mon-Sat, 10-6 • Sun, 2-6

3

4

Southern

Utah

Looking for a Treasure?

Shop Utah’s Back Country shops.

You never know what litle treat you

might find!

Round Valley Collectiques

Antiques, Collectibles, Gifts

195 N State, Scipio, UT • (435) 758-2699

Open 9-6, Mon-Sat

Time On Our Hands

Antiques ~ Collectibles ~ Books

115 N Main, Aurora, UT • (435) 529-3959

Open Fri. & Sat., 1-6

7

Betty’s Antiques & Collectibles

Old West ~ Pottery ~ Glass ~ Wagon Wheels etc.

1181 S Main, Cedar City, UT • (435) 586-7221

Open 7 days a week, 10-6

Doc’s Book Loft

Used ~ Rare ~ Out of Print ~ Books

295 South Main, St George, UT

(435) 634-1039

Need help finding your treasure? Use the

Deseret Antique Times map pages and you’ll

find what you’re looking for.


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20 Bad smelling

22 Southwestern Indian

23 Government (abbr.)

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31 Smart person

33 Punk

35 Epoch

36 Ingest

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39 First murderer

40 Egypt structure

44 Fermentation chemistry

46 Where water seeps

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49 Rainy mo.

50 Hearing part

51 Environmental protection

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61 Capital of Western

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13 Picnic visitor

21 Stripe

25 Abdominal muscles

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26 Canal name

28 Tush

29 Trigonometry

30 Comic

32 Water container

34 Tropical bird

37 Prong

39 Pope's governing

organizations

40 Guilty or not

41 365 days

42 Exotic

43 Department (abbr.)

45 Miles per hour

48 Struggle

53 Type of pine tree

54 Attacks

56 Yield

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(801) 265-0595

INE STREET ANTIQUES

4854 SOUTH STATE STREET, MURRAY, UTAH

Monday-Thursday 10-6 Friday-Saturday 11-6 Sunday 11-5

HAPPY NEW YEAR

FROM VINE STREET ANTIQUES!

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