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Down the Lane – Used Furniture, Antiques & Collectibles

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If you have a passion for all things vintage or have a surplus of vintage items you wish to sell, Down The Lane in Hamilton has the shop and services you need.

Down The Lane is a family owned business steeped in history. Their selection of used furniture, antiques and collectibles include high quality art, prints, pictures, records, and various décor items for the collector, home designer or just the curious.

Their long and interesting history started with a small booth at the renowned Portobello Road Market in London back in the 1950s. Their knack for finding unique and desirable items for homeowners has been carried down through the generations with their Hamilton antique shop embracing the tradition.

The first Down The Lane began with Louis Howarth in the 1960s when he opened his first shop in Rochdale, UK. His son Denis grew up with a passion for antiques and opened his own shop at the Corner of Victoria Street and Barton in Hamilton that is now owned by his son Pete.

Their shop is known for its eclectic inventory of vintage furniture in Hamilton, which is constantly changing and featuring items well suited to today’s customer. They offer unique items for house and home ideal for decorating, collecting and gift giving.

Their Services include:

•    Auction Service
•    Records and Vinyls
•    Furniture Appraisals
•    Used Furniture
•    Collectibles
•    Estate Buying and Selling
•    Gold and Silver
•    Local residential moving
•    Antique Specialists
•    Rubbish removal
•    Recycling
•    Clean-ups

They also can assist with professional and DIY moves as an insured and fully licensed Hamilton moving company. Free quotes are available and they will also consider buying full or partial estates.

Down The Lane is located at 240 Bay Street North in Hamilton. For more information please call, email, or visit their website. You can also join them on Facebook or read their blog.

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