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Trinkets-n-Treasures opens door to the past

June 12, 2012

Photo by Amy Cherry - On Monday morning a ribbon cutting was held for new business Trinkets-n-Treasures in downtown St. Marys.

The area's newest antique shop, Trinkets-n-Treasures, celebrated its grand opening Monday at its storefront, located at 28 Railroad St. on the Diamond in downtown St. Marys.
Owners Troy Cartwright and Sandy Drone said they welcome customers to browse the shop's selection of relics from the past, ranging from furniture, housewares, tools and jewelry to books, religious items, advertising, military and more.
"I have wanted to open this style of store for some time. I feel it will be a great addition to downtown St Marys," Cartwright said. "We have some very interesting and unique items. There is really something for everyone and every budget. There are not just antiques."

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