Appropriately housed inside a former funeral home, the eccentric shop specializes in items like medical and scientific antiques, human skulls and taxidermied animals dating to the 19th century. Owner Russell Boyle showcases his love of midcentury-modern style at his shop, which relocated from Clinton Hill to Williamsburg in February. More than 90 percent of the stock—which includes lighting, decorative pieces and furniture—is secondhand or vintage, scoured from across the country. Boyle will even help you redecorate—the shop offers interior-design services, and initial consults are free. Bad news for fans of this antiques treasure trove: With their lease coming to an end next year, partners Gail Busche and Richard Cullen plan to retire and close the shop at some point in the not-too-distant future. Owner Laura Wills travels the world, scouting eclectic finds that span the s to the s, and organizes clothing racks by decade.
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Does anyone know of any toy stores that might sell original Star Wars figures etc. Geeky I know, but I love those little guys! Marks in East Village.