Spotlight on our Sponsors: Cherry's Antiquibles
Cherry’s Antiquibles offers a wide selection of antiques and collectibles. They are a family-owned business with an 18-year history in Celina, and a customer-friendly showroom that covers over 1,800 square feet. Their selection of antiques and collectibles is constantly changing, so it’s worth stopping in frequently. The inventory can best be separated into three categories: furniture, kitchenalia, and collectibles. Some of the well-known brands carried are Blue Willow, Corrningware, Fostoria, Hummel and Bakelite. Customers can also find depression glass, milk glass, enamelware, clocks, picture frames, oil lamps, vintage
toys, linens, quilts, signs, watering cans, and sports memorabilia. One particular favorite is
their extensive collection of vintage lunch boxes. For those of you who can remember the
‘60s and ’70s, this is sure to bring back warm memories!
One of the special treats in this store is simply talking to the warm and charming owners,
Cherry and Larry, who can tell you history about each piece inside their store. It’s a great
place to look for an unusual item for your home decor, or to find a unique gift.
Cherry’s Antiquibles participates in many Celina events, including the Christmas Gift Tour in
December, as well as the Celina Ladies & Friends’ Progressive Dinner & Scavenger Hunt in
October. In fact, it was the owners of Cherry’s, along with then-CLF president Rachel Baty
(now owner of Annie Jack’s Design), who created that event 4 years ago. The Progressive Dinner & Scavenger Hunt has grown every year, with 8 merchants and 75 women participating in 2017. The ladies can have fun walking from store to store, shopping, eating, visiting and solving the clues to win prizes, thanks in large part to Cherry’s efforts as one of the original organizers.
They recently also put up a virtual tour of their shop! Check out the shop by visiting:
Located at 219 W. Pecan Street in Celina, Cherry’s Antiquibles is open Wednesday through
Saturday, 11:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.