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Fragments of the Past Antique Store in Robbins announces new products

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Fragments of the Past, an Antiques and Vintage items store located in Robbins, North Carolina, is please to announce several new additions to their store. They now carry Willow Tree Figurines, and toys by Melissa and Doug.

Artist Susan Lordi hand carves each Willow Tree figurine using family and friends as her models. Pieces in her collection are then cast, and hand painted. According to the Willow Tree Story on their web site, “The original inspiration for Willow Tree still holds true today: Willow Tree is an intimate, personal line of figurative sculptures representing qualities and sentiments that help us feel close to others, heal wounds, or treasure relationships’.

The figurines are lovely images of mothers with their children, fathers’ reading to their sons. And many more inspirational images. They make a wonderful gift for moms, dads, teachers and pastors. Sandra has a wonderful selection of them on hand.

Looking for a toy for your children or the grandkids but are tired of cheap plastic toys that break an hour after they are opened up out of the package? Then you need to stop by Fragments of the Past in Robbins, and see the wonderful collection of vintage-inspired toys made by Melissa and Doug. They are fun and will be something that will be played with for many years to come. They make over 1,000 toys for children of all ages.

Sandra Womack, Owner of Fragments of the Past, has also installed a tanning bed in the back of her store. The venue had been designed for one by a previous owner, so Ms. Womack decided to go ahead and put another one in there. One session is $5, a week's worth of sessions is $15, and month of tanning sessions is $35.00. Eyewear and lotions are available for sale too.

Stop in and say hello to Sandra, and check out her latest additions to her store, Fragments of the Past. It is located at 105 S. Middleton Street in Robbins, NC. For more information you can send her an e-mail to, or call her at (919) 499-7056.




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