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May 13, 2021

IF unique and individual is your style, visiting Albury Antiques at their Shepparton store is a must-do for you.

Albury Antiques offers a large range of affordable and quality antiques from England, Germany, France and early Australia.

Furniture is crafted from timbers including mahogany, cedar oak, blackwood, and walnut. As well China, lamps, clocks and even antique books and paintings are available. There is truly something for all types of collectors.

With no two pieces alike, come and explore the ever changing showrooms and what unique items you can take home. Visiting the store in person is ideal to really enjoy the pieces that are available for sale.

The Shepparton store is located on 159 High Street, with also a store open in Griffith. You can visit Albury Antique’s from Wednesday to Sunday 10am to 5pm.

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