Online store helps Knoffloch market primitives to world

By DOLORES CULLEN

How did a local mailbox end up at a museum in Israel? Celia Knoffloch, of the Lake Avenue Floors and Etc. antique business, created an online Etsy store at the end of December at the urging of a friend and since then, her primitive one-of-a-kind pieces are being shipped hither and yon.

A set of chairs was sent to Hong Kong. A “buggy whip holder” went to Florida.

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