It’s been said about some places that “if you can’t find it here — you don’t need it.” And “one man’s junk is another man’s treasures.”
We stopped in after reading about it in a Vermont guide book. That was a good thing because there was very little information available online.
Shed Sales was directly on our route to another destination, the Vermont Teddy Bear Company. They're both in the same town.
We've never been known to pass up an interesting or unusual destination and weren't in a hurry. That meant we had more time for browsing around. And we needed it in this place!
The unassuming house shown above was packed and featured antiques and everything else we could have imaged seeing at a yard sale, flea market or oddities shop. Even though this place was packed, most items were arranged and catalogued by type item.
We saw several "staff" members throughout the store, but they didn't say much.
Lots of dolls, including some pricey vintage ones. Notice the 5 baby spoons for Canada's famous Dionne quintuplets, born in 1934 and celebrated for all surviving infancy.
You never know when you might need non-locking trunk handles for a 1942-47 model car. And, you could also get some old Vermont license plates for it.
There were keys for many doors and locks, assorted doorknobs and hardware, canes and umbrellas and empty thread spools.
There was no shortage of holiday ornaments hanging from the ceiling and on some lamps.
Kitchenware and cookbooks filled one whole section.
These are just some collages of other odds and ends throughout the store.
We managed to leave without buying a single item. The only thing we spent was time. It was well worth it, and later we didn't have to ask ourselves, WHY did we buy this?