Sunday, June 29, 2014

Magpie Antiques & All Things Inspiring

I thought I’d share some photos that I snapped (with my iPhone) while at the Magpie Antique store the other day.  In the past I have shared about this wonderful little store – a place to find vintage and antique items to feather your nest.  Magpie is located in Ripon, California – a sweet little farming town located in Central California, right off of Highway 99.  Janet Dyk (prounounced like bike) is the proprietor of the store, which has now been open for a year and a half.  

There is a little bit of something for everyone – even the guys.  From ephemera, old postcards, linens, milk glass, metal signs, farmhouse and prairie style primitives, furniture, metal toys, elegant French décor, religious items, hutches, tables, garden accessories, old books, bird cages, Pyrex, crock mixing bowls, galvanized items, old typewriters…etc, etc.

Enjoy the virtual tour!  More information for Magpie will be at the bottom of this post.  Hope that you will stop by sometime!


Magpie Antiques & All Things Inspiring
140 S. Walnut
Ripon, California
(209) 599-4545
Store hours:  M-Sat 10AM – 5:30PM

Going either north or southbound Highway 99, take the MAIN Street RIPON exit.  The store is located on the west side of the freeway.  Turn RIGHT on STOCKTON Street and LEFT on FIRST Street.  The fire department will be on the right side and a bike shop on the left corner.  Magpie is up the street on the right side.


Elizabeth and Gary said...

Hi Becky,
Lots of fun things to see! I will have to take a drive and stop in to browse. You have been a busy girl...I hope all is well, I miss not seeing you.
Sending big hugs, Elizabeth

Stacey said...

Looks like a fun spot to spend a little money. :)

Kathleen Grace said...

Why must California be so far away!? You always show the coolest shops. That wire egg holder! WANT!

Betsy@My Salvaged Treasures said...

It's been too long since I visited Magpie. I loved it the first time and I love it now! So much eye candy and the most creative displays. Thanks for sharing Becky.

Miss Jean said...

Say hello to Janet for me. We worked together at the school district for years! Plus she's a fellow quilter.

Vickie @ Ranger 911 said...

Oh, my, that's a sweet little desk and chair! And I spied an oval farm print that I'm sure I could find a spot for. It looks like my kind of place, Becky!

Wsprsweetly Of Cottages said... sweet gave that neat store great coverage. How nice of you. I saw a couple of things would have bought. The cherry napkins were one..some old books looked interesting..the rounded top little shelves..
Very rustic. Good Job!

Simply Shelley said...

Looks like a fun shop. Love those little sand pails. Blessings on your 4th dear friend

Anonymous said...

Oh, how I've missed reading your blog posts. Welcome back!

Debbie V.

marie said...

I could spend hours and hours wandering around in this shop. Like Shelley...I was really drawn to those little sand pails. They're so cute!

Thanks for sharing these photos happy to see some blog posts from you!

Unknown said...

Oh You know I want that Fresh Flowers sign!
So much fun! :)