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May302019

Winterhill Antiques store closing sale in Scotch Plains (photos)

Love Chinoiserie? Here are just a few of the pieces available. Winterhill Antiques, a fixture on Park Avenue in Scotch Plains, will close its doors on July 31.

This closing, however, represents a move to a new shop in Morris County for owner Yola Chalabi. We're told the new location is in Chester. Photos show a more recently constructed shopping center with attractive, contrasting roof dormers. The shop, Grouse and Pearls, is being prepared to open in a few weeks.

Chalabi has owned Winterhill, formerly Country Cottage Antiques, since 2009. She also is known in the area for her antiques evaluation events held at the Fanwood Museum, at Fanwood's historic train station. 

Among the six other Winterhill dealers who will be clearing pieces from the two-level store at 425 Park Ave., some will relocate to or expand offerings at Summit Antiques Center, some are already working in estate and home inventory sales, some will venture into the antiques show circuit, and others were still exploring options.  

In the meantime, there is much to be found in the expansive showroom, including furniture (such as a classic Eames chair and ottoman), chandeliers and lamps; period housewares; signed artwork (at least one piece by Peter Max), jewelry

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