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4 days ago

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Sawin' away while the barn animals look on in exhaustion. #whirligig #folkart #windmill ... See MoreSee Less

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Africa | Dance skirt textile from the Kuba people of Zaire | Raffia and palm leaf fiber; plain weave, patchwork | 20th century (partial view) ... See MoreSee Less

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5 days ago

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School desks; wood and cast iron. “New Paragon School desks” manufactured by Buffalo Hardware co. Patented 1881. These desks are #3 size, c. 1881-1900. $350 each; end desk $300. ... See MoreSee Less

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7 days ago

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Impressive Caribou antlers mount. Lava stone Buddha sculpture,which we also have in a larger size. #antlers #caribou #buddhasculpture #ramhead #bells ... See MoreSee Less

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1 week ago

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Incredibly colorful Tibetan Thangka prints! paper on thin fabric. $40 each, many varieties still available (most are 35" x 24"). Come get them while you can! #thangka #Tibetanart #shivanatarajabronze #Indianart #asianart ... See MoreSee Less

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2 weeks ago

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Hammock Sale! #hammocks ... See MoreSee Less

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3 weeks ago

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The "Grand Server" by AH Stock was showcased at the 1963 World’s Fair in New York City as an example of modern furniture. The tabletop slides open to reveal a concealed tray that retracts ups and down. Lift it up when entertaining and close down and slide back the top to transform back into a coffee table. Storage cabinet on one side though missing key. key. Rolls on plastic castors. *Rare* and available at Curious Garden! ... See MoreSee Less

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3 weeks ago

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Recent taxidermy. Two nice Ram mounts. #taxidermy #Ram #antiquesignage #creepydolls #HauntedPainting ... See MoreSee Less

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1950 Ouija board set still available. Great condition! Also many more post-mortem photos and funerary items here at the shop. #ouijaboard #postmortemphotography #funerary ... See MoreSee Less

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3 weeks ago

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Newly restocked Butterflies; moths, bugs, bats, amphibians, and lizards. Only a sample shown here. #insecttaxidermy #butterflies #taxidermybugsinsects #walkingstick #bat #moth #africanhelmetmask #horncandleholders ... See MoreSee Less

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Curious About Us

Jason Cohen along with longtime antique dealer and mother Terry Cohen opened Curiosities in East Dallas in 2006. Through a mutual love of the outdoors and antiques, they have expanded their business. Their newest venture – Curious Garden opened in March of 2016.

Curious Garden is an unique mix of eclectic garden architecture and elements. Featuring vintage statuary, planters, signs, gardening tools, driftwood and other natural objects for the garden. Jason and Terry have also hand picked a selection of new retro-styled lawn furniture, fire pits, lighting, and other garden décor to compliment the antiques.

Barbara Cohen, Jason’s wife, is a Master Gardener and operates Barbara’s Garden from the shop where she offers her services in landscaping, design and maintenance.

All of us at Curious Garden invite you to come and browse our store and enjoy a bit of yesteryear – today.

 

 

“I love this store and my kids like it, too. I purchased a few things and probably will find something I need every time I go in.” – Amanda

 

“I Loved it!!! I will be back can’t stop thinking about all the beautiful garden art. Thanks for great friendly customer service!” – Christene

 

“Had so much fun shopping here! I only wish I could have spent more time looking around. Will definitely be making the Curious Garden a regular stop!” – Heather

 

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