Below is a partial list of our friendly and knowledgeable vendors along with a brief description of their specialities. But some of our vendors are camera shy or just plain so into antiques and vintage that the Internet just isn’t their thing!
As always, please come in to see everything on offer, especially given that stock changes on a daily basis (while most of our vendors remain with us for a good long while!)
Ellen Boden, Owner
In addition to owning and managing the Staunton Antiques Center, Ellen curates several exciting and ever-changing booths. Her love of antiques, auctions, and searching out the origin of pieces has resulted in an array of items from furniture to jewelry to art to Native American pieces to collectibles, ephemera, and more. And when she’s on site in the store, you’ll never meet a more gregarious helper as you search for the piece you most want!
The curator of VT Booths loves to create displays with collectible, useful, and fun vintage and antique items. She hopes you have as much fun shopping as she does creating.
Stephanie Baiotto, Vintage Chemistry
Hi my name is Stephanie Baiotto and I am the trendy antiquer for Vintage Chemistry.Vintage Chemistry is an experience like no other! We combine old with the new to create a look that is fabulous!!Recently , we have added a boutique featuring high quality women’s and children’s apparel and accessories, new and vintage.
Lindsay Curren, The Upcyclist
Lindsay, an artist, writer, and the designer of our website, has a booth here so that she can get out of her home-based marketing business once a week and see some real live humans! Her booth, The Upcyclist, represents a smattering of finds — antique, vintage, and contemporary — that she’s trading in for her new 18th century Colonial Virginia and 19th century Regency/American Federal passions. She’s one of our Register Gals — find her here on Tuesdays!
Looking Glass Antiques
Looking Glass Antiques has been dealing in antiques for 30 plus years. We deal primarily in furniture and love unusual pieces. Such as a piece that finds a new life as a kitchen island. We provide refinishing services.
Stuart Porter’s Empire
I am a retired veterinarian/college professor who has been in the antique business for almost 20 years. I sell a wide variety of items including old books, pottery, iron doorstops, folk art, militaria, bottles, decanters, Native American artifacts and much more.
Jenna Franks, Vintage Vogue
From antiques to trendy, Vintage Vogue has something for everyone. You might find a lovely shabby chic dresser with huge Asian Temple Jars adorning each side next to a vintage carved Bible box. Re-purposed tables sit side by side with Victorian chairs and Imari China. Shop collectible steins, roached out metal and brass boxes, garden decor, etc. From rust to richness visit Vintage Vogue for a lasting treasure!
Betty, Beverley, and Rosalie of Three Sisters
Only Rosalie is pictured here because it’s tough to get these three busy sisters together in one place at one time these days. But that doesn’t stop them from together creating unique contributions to their elegant booths. You’ll find a rich trove of tasteful and well-appointed antique and vintage home decor and home supplies in their booths.
Habitat for Humanity Booth
A booth of antiques and collectibles where all sales benefit the Staunton-Augusta-Waynesboro chapter of Habitat for Humanity, an organization which builds safe, affordable homes for families in our community.
Come browse Maggie’s Cupboard, just filled with treasures from grandma’s house! Vintage furniture, glassware, and art work provide treasures that you might want to have with memories of grandma’s house! Looking forward to seeing ya’ll at Maggie’s Cupboard!