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Sagebrush Annie’s opens at former site of Georgianna’s Antiques

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Present at the recent ribbon cutting for Sagebrush Annie’s were, from left, Kelcey McCaleb, Chamber of Commerce office assistant, vendors Alana Codding and Betty Mauldin, David Grousnick of the Artesia Trailblazers, Chamber Events and Marketing Coordinator Vickie Grousnick, Lois Oliver agent Theresa Baize, owner Lou Ann Capps, and Debbie Van Der Veen, chamber director of administration.  Grace Miller – Daily Press
Present at the recent ribbon cutting for Sagebrush Annie’s were, from left, Kelcey McCaleb, Chamber of Commerce office assistant, vendors Alana Codding and Betty Mauldin, David Grousnick of the Artesia Trailblazers, Chamber Events and Marketing Coordinator Vickie Grousnick, Lois Oliver agent Theresa Baize, owner Lou Ann Capps, and Debbie Van Der Veen, chamber director of administration. Grace Miller – Daily Press

By GRACE MILLER

Daily Press Staff Writer

Antiques as old as the building that houses them comprise Sagebrush Annie’s, now open as a consignment boutique with 17 vendors making available collectibles and items such as chalk paint furniture, paintings and intricate, delicate and beautiful primitive dishes, crafts and handmade pottery.

The décor blends antique and modern jewelry with a travel back in time feel, bringing you back to date with current-day fashionable clothing. The building also has a “Man Cave” filled with tools, knives and Patterson Welding art cutouts. … For the rest of the story, subscribe in print and on the web.

 

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