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Flippin Vintage 400 Washington Street, Holliston

by Paul Saulnier
March 9, 2018

"I don't have a store full of things you need but I do have a store full of needful things"

"I don't have a store full of things you need but I do have a store full of needful things"

That's how Flippin Vintage owner Jennifer Clews describes her new business in Holliston. Jennifer is both a conservator and an artist. She buys and sells beatuful antiques and also takes items on consignment. She repairs antiques for sale and repurposes items that are either too distressed or worn out to be preserved as antiques. Jennifer grew up in the antique business working on furniture at an early age and has the eye for quality antiques for not only furniture but also sculpture and wrought iron.

You can even find modern classics like this fabulous collection of NASCAR memorabilia.

This table and chair ensemble is a good example of Jennifer's work. She built the table top and finished it and the chairs to create a comfortable set that will fit perfectly in a country kitchen.

Flippin Vintage collection is eclectic. When was the last time you saw a saddle for sale in Holliston?

Items for sale at Flippin Vintage, 400 Washington Street, Holliston, start at $2.00. Jennifer makes house calls for items for sale or consignment. Store hours are Thursdays and Fridays from 1 - 5 and Saturdays from 1 - 6PM. See her ad

 

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