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We pride ourselves on our courteous and personal service as well as our complimentary gift wrapping. We strive to continue and maintain our high standards of customer satisfaction.

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BEAVER’S DEN ANTIQUES

Come meet us during our special events

We organize events at our store and we are proud to provide drinks and snacks.
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A few samples we’re proud of

Here you can find some samples of what we have in stock. Often these pieces are unique and the displayed item can be already sold.
Please come visit us and we’ll be sure to find something similar.

Neck Duster

Antiques Neck Duster, silver plate handle & frame that holds the original horsehair brush. 3 1/2” x 6 1/4”, circa 1900.

EPNS Serving Spoon

EPNS Serving Spoon (9 1/4”) in the “Kings” pattern with a gold plated bowl of berries in high relief, made in Sheffield, England, circa mid 20th C.

Cookie plate

Hand painted, two handled, cookie plate, 9” in diameter, made in Japan, circa 1950. The cobalt blue melds into the yellow with gold grapes, leaves & foliage that decorate the surface.

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This is just a few samples of a variety of objects from the early 19th Century to the late 1970s.

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Client Testimonials

Don’t take our word for it – here’s what our clients say:

Great store with lots of unique gift/wedding ideas.Beautiful candlesticks, silverware, serving trays and jewelry. It has fun things like bonbon spoons, little sterling tongs for serving hors d’oeuvres, and wine goblets from the 1800s that you can’t find anywhere else. The owner, Barbara, is a sweet, very knowledgeable woman who will tell you the exact pattern and year and interesting tidbit about the items. Highly recommend.

Ln. T

I am an antique and vintage ~anything~lover and this store has always been my go-to place!
It started when I got a very special wedding gift from this store, of an antique ( maybe from 1910?)
glass serving dish with sterling rim, which I still use to this day!
I continue to buy unique and unusual gifts from this gem of a store. Barbara always know exactly what I need & she has a great eye!

Lisa L.