Monday, March 1, 2010

Scotland Yard Antiques

As stated on the previous post, our destination this past weekend was the Scotland Yard Antiques store in Lawrenceville, GA. It is located at 125 West Crogan Street on the Square. This shop consists of many smaller booths and displays that are welcoming and fun to peruse. Two entryways welcome you to this shop!
A view down one of the aisles. Scotland Yard's wooden floors are evidence of this converted old building.
Merchandise for every taste...
Shelves full of timeless wares...
An elegant display...
One of my favorite pictures - the dove helping the girl collect flowers is so sweet!
An elegant armoire...
with lovely detail
A silver set with its bakelite handles shine under the light giving it an elegant appeal!
A rare find - a music cabinet with its mirror still attached.
Rows of books invite you to sit and browse
Don't forget to look up!
Still looking up... note the watering can

I hope no one misses this elegant clock!
This picture would look great in my living room. It sits on a very narrow aisle, so photographing it was difficult.
Lamps galore!
I love the setting against the burnt orange wall...
Queen mum loved this lamp with its peculiar shape.
Lots of jewelry at this booth and throughout the store!
More treasures...
A step back in time...
The sunburst stained glass is part of a front door and must have welcomed many visitors at one time...
Another wonderful display
There are many more booths and displays in this store than I have posted so I invite you to take a trip to Scotland Yard to view them all. Also, you can visit their website at www.scotlandyard-antiques.com or email them at scotlandyard125@aol.com

3 comments:

La Petite Gallery said...

Those old buildings that they turn into Antique Mall's are really fun. When my Daughter comes up to Maine that's the first place she goes we have one here. When I go to Boca Raton there is one in Deerfield beach. A fun way to spend a day.

enjoyed your post.
yvonne

The Victorian Parlor said...

Ooo...I like the clock and the stained glass door and the...ok well everything!

Blessings,

Kim

Eastlake Victorian said...

What a great tour! So many antiques I would love to take home with me! What a fun looking place to shop. I'll be checking out their website,:)

-Pam