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Jewelry designer and Park Slope native Erica Weiner has spent the last two years trading in vintage finery at her eponymous Nolita boutique, where bins of $6 nameplate bracelets sell alongside $6,000 Art Deco engagement rings. On February 8, she’ll bring an even wider antique selection to an airy new Boerum Hill outpost (360 Atlantic Ave., nr. Hoyt St.; 718-855-2555). Weiner built inventory by scouring deadstock lots in Woolrich, Maine, suburban London, and beyond, filling the store’s antique wooden display cases with a Victorian-era natural resin locket ($425), a class of 1917 gold ring ($400), and a necklace strung with a ruby-eyed, taxidermied hummingbird head ($4,000), among other finds. There’s also a plethora of refurbished pieces, including a bow-shaped bracelet made from a nineteenth-century shoe clip ($150).


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