It’s easy for anyone to spend an entire day at Salmagundi. You’ll find yourself exploring every corner of the shop, discovering 1940’s Dee & Cee toy dolls, a hand painted buffalo skull, a typewriter from the 1900s, and miniature cameras from Occupied Japan, to name a few. Downstairs, at Salmagundi’s basement, there are even more surprises, including a large Chinese herbal chest, holding mysterious novelties in every drawer. Guests that ventured downstairs were also treated to peek at Salmagundi’s old Opium cellar.
Needless to say, the Salmagundi-West experience is even more magical and mysterious in the evening.
Here’s a couple of quick snapshots from last night’s celebration.
Thank you Salmagundi West for a night of unconventional discoveries and antique-collectible magic. Here’s to another 40 years!
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