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Jackson's Antique Gallery is having a big going-out-of-business sale

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Jackson’s Antique Gallery in Red Top, SC is going out of business. After over fifteen years at this location they are selling their property and moving on to other things. Stoney Jackson is the owner/operator.

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They are located in Red Top, SC, just south of the Bee’s Ferry Rd. intersection. That is before the Wallace River and Ravenel going from Charleston toward Savannah. It is an old cement block two story structure that is very close to the busy highway, on a corner.

They have some interesting things that could be a good buy for some antique shopper. There is a nicely carved sideboard and an interesting oak Victorian wardrobe with mirrors. An old daybed lounge is in the middle of the room.

Of particular interest, and very out of the ordinary antique, are two beautiful African masks with great colors and a very authentic, very old look. They are very ethnic looking and very collectible - and museum quality.

They are not always open every day and they sometimes keep odd hours. Their most recent schedule is Tuesday through Saturday from 10 am to 5 pm. You can always leave a note on their door if they are they are not there for some reason. They do not advertise, so most antique shoppers do not know about this store closing sale. There is just a sign on the building.

Their exact address is 3823 Savannah Hwy., Johns Island, SC 29455, although they are not on the actual island of Johns Island, but are on the mainland of the West Ashley area.

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