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5th ANNUAL

ANNIVERSARY SALE

Saturday, Oct 6

8:00 - 5:00

20% off storewide sale!

Flea market

Free hot dogs in appreciation for our great customers!

Come join us.  It's a good day for some great deals!! 

 

 

 

 

 

Hours:

  • June  Aug          
  • Mon -Sat 10-6
  • Sept -May         
  • Tues -Sat 10-5

Location:

39793 Hwy. 160 (Gem Village)

2 miles West of Bayfield and 20 minutes East of Durango on Highway 160
Bayfield, CO 81122
P 970.884.2445

 

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Steampunk

Steampunk is a fun, creative genre that can most easily be described as "Victorian Science Fiction".   

Village Junction Antiques offers an in-house clothing boutique, Victorian Fusion Boutique, where you'll find unique steampunk and victorian-style clothing and accoutrements for all your needs. Steampunk fashion has no set guidelines, but tends to incorporate modern styles influenced by the Victorian era.   Steampunk outfits are usually accented with several period accessories: timepieces, parasols, flying/driving goggles, top hats and guns. Come join the fun!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Railroadiana

Railroadiana refers to artifacts of currently or formerly operating railways around the world.  Village Junction Antiques specializes in local D&RGW memorabilia which is highly collectable in Southwest Colorado.  The popular Durango Silverton Narrow Gauge line is still in operation and draws many tourists each year.

Railroad buffs will love our lantern collection!!!

 

Primitives

Village Junction Antiques is the place to find fine primitive pieces. Primitives are homespun, simple items, mostly of simple utilitarian design incorporating pine and other soft woods, according to area of origin. This style offers a very pleasant and homey atmosphere.  We always have a great inventory of primitive pieces to browse thru that will offer warmth and character to your home.

Western Memorabilia

Our "Western-themed room" remains very popular with collectors and decorators. Western memorabilia lends itself well to the "Early American" era and the arts and crafts styles of the early 1900's. Coupled with native american arts, western gear creates the popular "Southwestern" or "Santa Fe" look.   You will want to check out our great western stock at Village Junction Antiques.