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Stepping Into For Old Times Sake Antiques is a Step Back in Time.

It’s one of the most unique, locally-owned antique shops on the East Coast. For Old Times Sake Antiques is nestled in the heart of historic downtown Wake Forest. The 1920’s building it occupies has its original creaky floors, squeaky doors and a white tin ceiling.

Golden-age music plays while shoppers meander through the rare, authentic antique and vintage merchandise. Customers will find antiques, vintage items, furniture, collectibles, primitives, home décor and so much more.

Husband and wife Phil and Laura Cashwell opened the store in 2009. During their 30+ years of marriage, they’ve enjoyed antiquing together and turned their passion into a business.  They invite you to stop in to browse For Old Times Sake Antiques’ award-winning, ever-changing array of vintage pieces, antiques and what-nots.

Patriotism and the Red, White and Blue!!

What a great Country we live in – the land of the free and the home of the brave!!  It’s time to bring out the American flags and banners and celebrate with all things red, white and blue!!  Our Country has a rich history and we have some great examples... read more

Thinking Outside of the Box

Spring time is here and spring fever has hit–we’re all ready to get outside and do some yard work and some outdoor decorating! Outdoor rooms or spaces are really hot right now — so much fun to decorate a porch, patio, deck or just a space in your... read more

Meet in the Street

We love all the wonderful events that happen right here in historic downtown Wake Forest. Mark your calendars for the first Saturday in May–May 7, 2016–to enjoy Meet in the Street, presented by the Wake Forest Chamber of Commerce. With nearly 200 crafts... read more

Our New Online Home

Welcome to the new website of For Old Times Sake Antiques, a unique store located in charming downtown Wake Forest, North Carolina. Welcome to our new online home! Here you’ll find news and information that we’ll share in our Old & New blog... read more