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by Gabriela Pascuzzi
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Lawrenceville, PA – What do old clawfoot bathtubs, trendy fedora hats, and a potato gun have in common? They can all be found at Wild Stuff, a pop-up vintage store that opened Jan. 14. Nestled away in Lawrenceville, Wild Stuff makes for a fun Saturday afternoon trip to find treasures big and small.

Wild Stuff is the result of three Lawrenceville stores — Wildcard, Botero Development, and Zombo Gallery — joining together to fill an unused storefront. The store is only open on Saturdays and will run while the storefront is available — so it will only be around until the end of March. It is located at 4300 Butler St., just across the street from Wildcard, which offers trinkets, cards, craft supplies, and more.

Brian Mendelssohn of Botero Development said that the pieces of furniture on sale “are from projects that we buy — houses and buildings.” This results in some great finds, such as washing machines from the 1920s to 1950s, which are currently selling for as low as a dollar each. According to Mendelssohn, customers often find creative uses for these machines, such as turning them into coolers or kegs.

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