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Mon-Sat, 2pm-8:30pm; Sun, closed
Nearby Subway Stops
6 at Astor Pl.
White Trash owner Stuart Zamsky doesn’t open his small shop until two o’clock in the afternoon because he spends most of his mornings picking through estate sales looking for a bargain. Whether it is a metal kitchen cabinet with inset round aluminum pulls or a sixties six-drawer Brazilian rosewood dresser from Norway, most of the items in the store have a certain modern flavor and are sold at surprisingly fair prices. There is no stock room, so there’s a high turnover, but if you tell Zamsky what you’re looking for, he’ll keep his eyes peeled when he goes out shopping. Finds like the sixties board game Class Struggle and a vintage English coin bank show off Zamsky’s quirky brand of humor, as do the clever descriptions of each item’s history and provenance. Don’t be afraid to bargain for a price if you see something you like, as most price tags are negotiable.
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