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How Stuffed Is Stuffed When Shopping For Antiques and Collectibles In Shops And Booths ?

Recently I visited a shop that was soooo stuffed with stuff....that I was afraid to pick up anything for fear that there would be an avalanche. Yet I prefer to shop in overstuffed antique shops and booths....it's more fun. I am wondering what dealers and owners of Antique Malls think about booths that are too stuffed?

What has been your experience ? 

 

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I have to remind myself constantly not to overstuff my case. Altho I have a lot of pieces I really like, I know I can't sell them all at once. When other sellers overstuff I am so afraid I am gonna miss that 'special' item waiting just for me.

I've been in malls for several years and have run my own....I don't care for overstuffed to the point where customers are afraid to browse for fear of knocking something over.  We also have a lot of older customers, that can easily trip, or fall, into items.  Clear passage and aisles are a must.  Also, I think neat presentation, offers ideas to customers on decorating their own home.

i stuff and then unstuff   lol

when i unstuff it goes to the flea market for me to sell

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