Jan & John Maggs
Antiques and Art
Our May Newsletter
Since last month's newsletter, most of our waking hours have been spent preparing for our Spring Opening, which is coming this weekend. We're excited about the quantity and variety of our new acquisitions, and we're anxious to share them. You'll find everything you need to know about the show just below.

And, if you're in the mood, you can also look at a few more pictures from our recent visit to Europe, as well as some taken since we returned to Conway.

We hope you'll enjoy it all.
Our Spring Opening - This weekend
Our Spring Opening, showcasing the results of our recent foraging in Europe and closer to home, will be held this weekend - May 6 & 7. In an effort to rekindle some of the excitement of our pre-Covid openings, when local customers arrived early and waited until 10:00 a.m. for our doors to open, we’re going live again.

At 10:00 on Saturday, newsletter subscribers will receive an email link to pictures and descriptions of our new stock. Then, at noon, we’ll open our doors to in-person shoppers. We'll stay open until 4:00 on Saturday and will also be open on Sunday from 10:00 until 4:00. If you're interested in the new goodies we're offering, you might check your inbox around 10:00 on Saturday.
A Short Stay in Paris
One of the massive clocks of Gare d'Orsay
In last month's newsletter we wrote about the spectacular Vermeer exhibition we attended at the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam. This month we'd like to take you to France with us to visit our two favorite Paris museums. Click on this giant clock in Musee d'Orsay to visit two of Europe's finest.
Pippin's Page
Pippin has been an indoor cat since we adopted him nearly 17 years ago. Consequently, his life and ours are connected in very special ways. Wherever we are in his house, he is likely to join us. Click the image above to see Exhibit A.
The Back Page
This herd of deer have been spotted in Pumpkin Hollow on several occasions, but last week we were in the right place at the right time to catch the herd on the move. Click the picture to watch the video we captured.
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Keep well.
John & Jan