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Dixie Pickers Antiques holds grand opening in Richmond Hill
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Shown at the ribbon cutting are, from left to right, Richmond Hill Bryan County Chamber of Commerce members Fred Canaday, Sheila Page-Doney, Billy Alibritton and Angus McCleod; Barton; RHBC Chamber member Mike Sisco; Tavio; Richmond Hill Mayor Harold Fowler; Bridget Gompper; Isaac Gompper; vendor Lynda Adamson and Richmond Hill city councilman Russ Carpenter. - photo by Jeff Whitte

Dixie Pickers Antiques held its grand opening ribbon cutting Monday in Richmond Hill, followed by an open house.

Owned by Amy Tavio and Brian Barton, Dixie Pickers Antiques is a 2,100-square foot antique store located at 9998 Ford Avenue, Suite 1, in Ways Station Plaza across from the Savannah Bank.

The store includes eight local dealers offering a diverse variety of items, from fine English furnishings to vintage advertising, collectible glassware and costume jewelry, mid-century tables and reclaimed and repurposed home decor. The company buys, sells and consigns and is always looking for vendors to join them. Store hours are from 11 a.m. until 5 p.m. For more information about the store call 912-660-0920 or visit www. dixiepickers  

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