On any day of the week, customers can find a trove of treasures at the 100-year-old Good Ground Antique Center in Hampton Bays. Recently, Patch dropped by the shop to find out what the latest trend in antiquing is.
Patch spoke with Pam Jackson who said more often than not, customers are coming in looking for mid-century modern items — in other words, furniture, home goods, jewelry and pottery that were made in the 1950s and 1960s.
"Its what is selling right now," said Jackson.
And Jackson said the antique dealers in the shop have a number of items to entice customers, including a Tom Collins glass set that was made in the 1960s; a Heywood cabinet that is selling for $325 and a number of typewriters which she said are selling like hot cakes.
Patch wants to know: When you go antiquing, what items catch your attention? Comment below.