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6365market refers to two high-traffic storefronts at 63 and 65 East Market Street in downtown Corning, New York:
* 63 East Market Street is available! The current owner-tenant of "This N That Treasures" is flexible on exiting. Contact us for details on approximately 1,100 square feet, most suitable for retail or professional services.
* 65 East Market Street is now home to "Pixie Moss Meadows," featuring terrariums, succulent bouquets, cactus gardens and much more. Reserve some time to make...
Dish & Co.
Dish & Company features tableware made in Portugal. Dishes, bakeware, serving platters, bowls, mugs. All are microwave, dishwasher, and oven-safe. This collection of fine stoneware is outlet-priced. All items are "overruns" from the factory. Our inventory changes constantly, as we get whatever surprises that are shipped to us! Always a great value. We also have many unique gifts and home furnishings!
Erlacher STEUBEN Glass Shop
The Erlacher collection features a selection of fine glass art in the center of downtown Corning.
Market Street Antiques, Collectibles, & Unique Gifts
Anchoring the east end of Market Street where you will find antiques and so much more. Find a fabulous assortment of collectibles, furniture, art glass, jewelry, vintage radios, books, art, linens, pottery, coins, vintage clothing, and other assorted treasures! Open additional hours during Gaffer events. Great prices!
Stained Glass Works & Antiques
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Holiday Special Sale: November and December, 25% off antiques!
Stained Glass Works and Antiques has an eclectic mix of old and new items. Stained glass is taught using the Tiffany foil method as well as lead caming at our studio. Classes are taught year round. Contact us for class schedules.
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This N That Collectibles and Treasures
This N That Treasures and Collectibles, located at 63 East Market, is classified as "general mercantile"... leaving owner Bill Boychuck open to respond promptly to customers' retail requests.
"We built the business on strong sales of contemporary necklaces, bracelets and rings," Boychuck explained. "We find our inventory evolving into a number of categories, such as paintings from some very talented local artists. Due to popular demand, we're now expanding into herbs, spices and teas from...
Twin Tiers Antiques Plaza
Two floors of antiques and collectibles with an ever changing inventory. We are a multi-dealer shop. You never know what you are going to find.