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Sterling Place (CLOSED)

Shopping, Design and interiors Park Slope

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Husband-and-wife Robert Wilson and Elizabeth Crowell introduce a third Brooklyn location of their antiques mecca. The brick-walled space is stacked with a rotating collection of new, vintage and antique furniture ($575–$2,800) and home goods ($12–$1,500), much of which the owners discover at weekly auctions. Add a touch of nostalgia to your abode with a vintage Planters peanuts jar ($175), an antique rocking horse ($975) or an old-school steamer trunk ($425). Thrifters can peruse Schott Zwiesel champagne flutes ($16 each), Miya sepia-toned soup bowls (four for $45) and charming vintage watch faces ($5 each).



Address: 148 Seventh Ave

Cross street: between Carroll St and Garfield Pl
Transport: Subway: 2, 3 to Grand Army Plaza
Opening hours: Mon–Fri 11:30am–7pm, Sat 10am–8pm, Sun 11am–6:30pm
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