Lambs' Gate Antique Shop of Grand Ledge Adds Another Location in Old Town

For those waiting for a hip, 1950s vintage antique store to arrive in Old Town, your time has come.

The popular Lambs' Gate Antiques of Grand Ledge has expanded with a new 1,200 square-foot storefront in Old Town at 1219 Turner St., across from the Creole Gallery. It’s a bit smaller than the Grand Ledge store but won’t lose any of its uniqueness, according to the shop's manager, Ashley Lamb.

“It’s going to be pretty funky,” says Lamb.

Lambs' Gate differs from most antique stores because the items are “mixed together” and not set up in booths, and offers something for everyone, she says. Though the store will tend toward the mid-century vintage era, it does carry a full range of antiques.

Its sales are an even fifty-fifty among men and women, which Lamb says her mother-in-law, Lambs' Gate owner, takes great pride in.

Lamb says the choice to move to Old Town was simple: It is an up-and-coming area and a part of town she already frequents.

“I love this part of Lansing,” she says.

Lambs' Gate had a soft opening on May 22 and normal business hours are tentatively scheduled for Tuesday through Saturday, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Source: Ashley Lamb

Writer: Andy Balaskovitz
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