Beth says "My interest in history and objects from the past began in childhood with time spent in museums, libraries and many other historic sites. The beauty and craftsmanship revealed in a large oriental object I recall as being titled "The Vase of A thousand Faces" opened the door into this wonderful world on antiques. Family time spent at Midwest antique shows and then New England auctions, provided further knowledge and education. I have great respect for the craftsmanship and enduring quality of every day utilitarian objects, furniture, pottery and metal ware. With the flood of inferior quality foreign merchandise so prevalent in today's market, antiques made in the good old USA continue to endure and provide good value. I joined the Sage Farm team 6 years ago and have been introduced to a team of talented antique and vintage dealers with great skills in seeking out beautiful and interesting objects as well as creatively re-purposing antiques. Mixing the old with the re-purposed enables today's customer to have access to merchandise that is functional and fits well with today's decorative style of home. I look forward to providing our customers with interesting, quality items at a great value....and I thank you for your patronage these past 6 years!"