Magnolia Street Antiques cuts ribbon

Shown at the ribbon cutting in the snow are (l-r) Milton Chamber Vice President Vicki Sammons, owners Mary Rawl, Ginny Gallagher, Linda Voegele, Jane Bell Mazur, Karen Krupinski and Kathy Clark and Milton Chamber Executive Director Georgia Dalzell. BY STEVEN BILLUPS
March 28, 2013

Magnolia Street Antiques, located on Route 9 in Harbeson, cut the ribbon in a ceremony sponsored by the Milton Chamber of Commerce March 21. In 2012, Magnolia St. Antiques relocated to Route 9, Lewes-Georgetown Highway (formerly Pete’s Antiques) from their downtown Milton location. The three-year-old business carries a large inventory of antiques, collectibles, art, gifts, furniture and garden décor.

Bell Mazur of Milton is the store's resident artist selling her paintings and mosaics. Bell Mazur chooses to use her talents on windows, furniture, shutters and other architectural pieces.

Mary Rawl is celebrating her 20th year in business known as Auntie M’s Emporium on Third Street in Lewes and she is also located at Magnolia Street Antiques. Rawl specializes in antiques, seasonal gifts, and carries a full line of garden accessories including garden ironwork and architectural items.

Linda Voegele, also known as Oma’s Oldies of Greenwood, has been in the flea market business since 1992. Voegele sells her antiques at the flea market on Friday, Saturday and Sunday on Route 13 in Greenwood.

Kathy Clark, Ginny Gallagher and Karen Krupinski are the other three owners who make up Magnolia Street Antiques. All six women have their own style. They are open seven days a week from noon to 5 p.m.  Hours will change.  Go to or call for an appointment at 302-344-9139 or 302-858-6191.