For years New York City's top designers have been shopping for 'this-n-that' from The Collectible Zone, receiving Emmy awards for set design in theater production as well as being featured in interior design magazines. Famous shoppers include America's television personality, Martha Stuart, known for her impeccable style and taste embracing cultured domesticity.
Selling hard to find items with eclectic merchandise arriving each week, The Collectible Zone attracts a savvy clientele looking for the unusual and the practical. Their selection includes small furnishings, jewelry, table top items, china, pottery, linens, quilts, framed paintings and pictures dated between the turn of the 20th century through the 1980s — everything tagged at reasonable prices.
The Collectible Zone can be found at booth #13 inside the 25th Street Chelsea Flea Market every Saturday and Sunday weather permitting. If you can't located them in the market ask at the front gate or give them a ring at the phone number listed.
Written by Sabrina Tate
* While ZTrend strives to write fact-based pieces about New York City's small boutiques, "splash visit" profiles may contain inaccuracies, as "splash visits" are merely the interpretation of the writer's first-hand experience and should not to be relied upon as fact.