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  • A
    ALYSSA'S ANTIQUE DEPOT
    They are a nice place to go to and we have bought stuff from them. It is a fun place for us to go, look around and you never know whom you are going to see there. It is kind of fun going in there and that is one thing we like to do being our age. Whoever owns the booth prices their stuff, so it depends on what they are selling. Everything is laid out very nicely, it is interesting to look at the booths, it is not just junk stuff, and everything looks almost professional. They even teach you a lot of tips on how to make stuff. The booths are usually decorated in that person's way and everything looks good. The one who runs it is very, very friendly, she has a dog, named Dawson and it even has a face book page. Our grandson loves to go there too. They have an old fashion day bed, Dawson would be lying on it, he is very friendly to all the customers, and he loves them to pet him, so we were amazed. They are really popular. Sometimes on weekends, they have special events and they make sure to invite us. In Christmas, they have cookies and candies lying around in the bowls in different people's booths so it is just nice. There are several people out there to register you so you don't have to wait too long. It is called an Antique place but some of the things are not antiques, some are nostalgic, or from the fifties and something like that. They open when they are supposed to and close when they are supposed to, at 6 pm. Sometimes the cashiers at the front are not quite friendly as I think they should be, especially if they are busy, but it depends on whom you get but they are good and if you have any questions, they would answer.
    - john f.
  • A
    Time & Time Again Antiques
    Time and Time Again is THE BEST antique store in Pensacola! The atmosphere is cool, the owner (Karin) is extremely helpful and also does restorations! The dealers will negotiate prices, and the variety of vintage and antique items covers many different eras and styles. LOVE THIS PLACE! 3828 W Navy Blvd, Pensacola, FL 32507
    - Debra F.
  • A
    ALYSSA'S ANTIQUE DEPOT
    It was the most interesting store I have ever been to. They rent out booths to individuals who put whatever they want in their booth to sell like arts and crafts, antiques, and whatever they want to sell. If you like antique or arts and craft, or whatever, that is the place to go. It is a fascinating store. I have walked through it 3 times and seen different things every time I walk through. Things I didn't see the first time through, I saw the second time through, and things I didn't see the second time through, I saw the third time through, and I am quite sure I haven't seen everything yet. They are very helpful. There are several employees in the store. There are some things where I couldn't see where the price was because they were too high for my head or I couldn't reach them, all I had to do was go to the front desk and I would find somebody to go and get that something for me or bring the price back to me or whatever I needed.
    - Jerry P D.
  • A
    REYNALDS MUSIC HOUSE
    The owner was very pleasant and helpful.  One of the items did not have a price tag and he called the vendor right away and obtained the price.  He said his family had owned the building since 1941. He pointed out the room in the back, that was full of things I might have missed otherwise.  The ladies restroom was spacious and very clean.  The vendors did not overstuff their booths, so it was easy to have access to items. The prices on the items I bought were less than I usually find on similar pieces.   Also,He wrapped and packaged all of my items carefully.
    - sally r.
  • D
    JACKSON HILL ANTIQUES & INTRRS
    I called to ask about an inspection of antique silver that may have been damaged by recent severe floods. I also asked about inspection of other materials, since this business advertises itself as an antiques business. Respondent initially agreed to look at select silver pieces in order to determine damage. After I cautioned her that some flood-damaged, primarily porous paper items--but not my silver--might pose a health risk because of microbial contamination, she became alarmed and wanted to end the conversation. I offered this information as advice that was not directly relevant to my inquiry. After some discussion, she refused to help me determine the condition of two historic collections of flatware and seemed unable to understand that these two issues were unrelated. The conversation ended with the respondent unwilling to discuss her lack of information further and with an irrational, ignorant refusal to inspect the silver. She did not seem to understand that there was little risk to her from handling it. This person seems to be completely ignorant of the physical and chemical properties of the metal she buys and sells:  1) She did not seem to understand that silver is not chemically inert, unlike gold, and can be unsafe to use when in prolonged contact with some types of organic compounds (food). Silver actively interacts with many elements and compounds. She would not reveal her cleaning and testing techniques and gave no indication that she understood how they work or their degree of safety vis a vis silver's chemical potential to interact with other elements and compounds. 2) She also did not seem to know that silver is an anti-microbial element that is frequently used as a post-surgical dressing for its ability to inhibit bacterial growth. The contamination from water infiltration on silver is potentially negligible both because it is not porous and because silver has a known ability to control microbial growth. This person seems to have no knowledge of toxicity issues nor of the physical and chemical properties of the material she sells that comes in contact with food for human consumption. I would not trust her understanding of cleaning techniques nor her ability to assess whether a particular silver product is safe or unsafe for serving food. If you buy and sell a precious metal used to serve food or that comes in contact with human mucous membranes or other means of absorption into the human body, I don't think it's unreasonable to expect an understanding of its scientific properties--both toxicities and risks of long-term exposure.
    - Cameron M.
  • F
    B McKenzie
    Robert B. McKenzie has stolen my antique mirror and lost original hardware on my antique dresser. His quality of work is poor and he was dishonest. He is running a shady business doing this same thing potentially for every client who contacts him. Mr. McKenzie gave me an estimate of $123 for all 3 pieces to be painted, and an estimated date of "1 week to one month, depending on the weather." I told him that time frame was acceptable, but i was using these as my actual dressers, so the sooner, the better. This agreement was made January 25th, 2010. This estimate was for repainting everything, excluding the price for some 'minor repairs and replacement pulls' which he said he would estimate at a later date "but it won't be much - I Promise!". He delivered the chest of drawers 3 WEEKS late, but in acceptable condition, and i paid him in full, $123. He delivered the second piece 3 MONTHS later than promised, and only because a friend intervened, and he gave me a second bill of $143.48. Although this isnt a lot,this second bill was supposedly for new pulls and repair work- which I will now have to do myself and find replacement pulls myself too. Professional? The last correspondence I got from him, was a text, saying "I'll get to it when I get to it or not at all what's your choice. " "Im at a party so quit Hassling me!" it was actually a stream of 4 text messages - after NOT HEARING FROM HIM FOR WEEKS. By 'hassling' he is referring to me trying to confirm delivery the next day, by leaving a nice voicemail, and 30 minutes later an email, and finally 30 mintues later, about 7:30 pm, a text asking what time he could be here Saturday and "Were we still on?" since he didnt give me a time. Needless to say, he did not show up and deliver the mirror as he said he would - and had no intention to. THe dresser that WAS finally returned (9 weeks late) is now worth less than when we started because he lost the original, unique hardware. The quality of the work is extremely poor, with only 3 OUT OF 4 e-bay replacement handles installed- and those are RUSTED and installed UPSIDE down (i have photos). The drawers he was supposed to fix cannot be opened due to lack of handles,and when they are pried by hand they still stick and close unevenly. AND there was a castor missing. I finally got that back, but it, along with the others are ruined from him dragging it on CONCRETE. Also, the paint finish is not smooth, as we agreed. Despite his multiple delays and terrible interpersonal skills, I have been extremely cordial and patient with this young man. He has taken advantage of my patience by not returning phone calls, not delivering promised work, and not finishing work on time, nor in good quality.
    - ERINN C.
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