Tuesday, 04 November 2014 10:46

Port City Co-Op: A House for Art, Antiques, More

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Port City Co-Op promotes both homemade and reusable items such as furniture, antiques, art and more. Port City Co-Op promotes both homemade and reusable items such as furniture, antiques, art and more. Submitted Photo

Port City Co-Op, 137B W. Second St., is a brand new business in Oswego that houses furniture, antiques, crafts and art.

The business was initiated by The Seth Project, which transformed its shop to host a variety of items.

The Merriam Barrett Guest House is one of the furniture retailers located within the Co-Op. Other businesses include For Your Glory, which features handmade flowers, bows, tutus and tutu leg warmers for kids, EarlyWorksNY, which promotes and encourages everyone to reclaim and re-use items crafted in the U.S. and to value the history and beauty of local items.KrissysCrafts

Krissy's Crafts (pictured right) is also on the list. It utilizes the owner's talents to form home decor, handbags and accessories. Oswego Antiques, with Oswego Renaissance Member Steven Phillips is promoting the restoration of collectibles, antiques, art as well as other decorative items and The Seth Project itself is raising money for the prevention of suicide with beautiful artwork, fabulous furniture and home decor.

Port City Co-Op is open Tuesday through Saturday from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. For more information visit https://www.facebook.com/PortCityCoopshop.

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