Thursday - Monday
Open: Noon to 5:00 p.m. (usually)
Closed: Tuesdays and Wednesdays
An eclectic display of antique and vintage items featuring kitchen ware, costume jewelry, Christmas, Halloween, cut glass, crystal, depression glass, pottery, nick knacks and various unusual items found in your Mother and Grandmothers’ homes.
David’s offers a look at the recent past and David, the owner, often engages in conversation with customers from all over the world, explaining the various merchandise he offers for sale.
It is a quaint little shop packed with memories of the past. It was once an apartment and still retains a kitchen where various items are displayed that once serviced kitchens throughout the area. other like areas
Situated on the very edge of the lower French Quarter David’s is the last shop on Decatur St inside the historic French Quarter. Just two blocks from the French Market and one block from the Mississippi River and only steps away from the newest entertainment district New Orleans has to offer, the very popular Frenchman Street.
A wide variety of eclectic items featuring the smaller collectibles and antique that can be taken with you.
A large selection of costume jewelry: ear rings, necklaces, pendants, rings, brooches, pendants, charms, cuff links, and a huge selection of original glass Mardi Gras beads from Czechoslovakia (thrown from floats from the 1920’s thru 1963)
A wide selection of kitchen items: pottery and glass from the early 19th century and mid –century: yelloware, salt glaze, refrigerator dishes, Fiesta, Depression glass, Pyrex, Harlequin, Rivera., Fire King, Fenton, shot glasses, glass set with wire carrying cases, tablecloths, mixing bowls, pie birds, cups & saucers, café brulot cups, salt & pepper, cut glass, pressed glass, Vaseline glass, butter dishes, toothpick holders, platters, carving sets, match holders, bottle openers, enamelware, porcelain, cookie jars, jadeite, caste iron pots, etched glass, trivets, cork screws, aluminum, liquor glasses, cocktail shakers, bar items, flatware, utensils, sterling dishes.
Seasonal collectibles: vintage and antique Christmas, Halloween, Easter, Valentine, papier mache, plastic, paper.
Pottery: Van Briggle, McCoy, Roseville, Nippon vases, Japan statues, Austrian plates, French Limoges, flow blue, more
Postcards, stereo view cards, black & white photos candid and formal, tin types.
Belt buckles, religious medals, Holy cards, rosaries, scarves, top hats, ladies hats, gloves, military medals, black memorabilia.
Photos: African –American, military, candid family black & white and formal portraits some hand colored.
Bossom faces, WWI military posters, religious prints framed, statues, dogs, cats, animals, needle point, physique magazines, pocket knives, door knobs, hardware, buttons, porcelain shoes, purses, hair combs, Carnival glass, ruby glass, cobalt, items, occupied Japan figurines, lamps, chandeliers, crystals, Blue Willow, mirrors, crosses, crucifixes, bakelite, celluloid, toys, chess sets, fishing, musical instruments, Bronze, pot metal, wood, leather, coats, fur, napkin lady