P.O. Box 1766 ~ Georgetown, TX 78627
Office Hours 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. 
Monday - Friday
Call us: 512-868-8675
or stop by
116 W. 8th St, Ste.207
Georgetown, TX 78626
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Antiques 
Dragonfly Sage Treasures & Tales
Heather Francell
712 S. Austin Ave.
(512)863-9607
www.dragonflysage.com


Georgetown Antiques And Artisans
Russ Dickson
719 S. Main
(512) 369-4393
facebook.com/georgetownantiquesandartisans
​Georgetown Antique Mall
Carolyn Martin
110 W. 8th St.
(512) 869-2088
www.georgetownantiquemall.com

​Handcrafts Unlimited
Ed Pastor President
104 W. 8th St
(512) 869-1812
www.handcraftsunlimted.org
La Bella Casa
Jemme Lynn Wilks
108 W. St.
(512) 943-4528
slicegal@suddenlink.net

Red Poppy Solutions
Colleen Forrester
634 River Bluff Circle
(512) 876-8050
www.redpoppysolutions.com
Home Decor
Georgetown Antiques and Artisans is located in the Dimmitt Building, Circa 1890. Hand-Hewn limestone, cast iron and pressed metal components were creatively combined in this Victorian Commercial Building. Look for the name place from Mesker Bothers iron works visible on the floor pilasters. Originally divided into two storefronts, has housed a variety of retail and commercial activities, including drugs, books stationery, hardware, shoe, harness and tailor.  The second floor accessible by an ornate cast iron exterior stairway, has served as telephone exchange, office space and a residence.  The building is still owned by decedents of the Dimmitt family. 

712 South Austin Ave, circa 1895, this building was updated in the mid 20 century, the lime stone building exhibits typical turn of the century store front design.  Buff colored brick on the upper portion of the facade is supported by cast iron columns and is accented with rusticated limestone window details and a pressed metal cornice. 
Georgetown Antique Mall is located in The Emporium, circa 1889.  Hand-tooled limestone piers defines the one story commercial building built in 1889 replaced a smaller two story stone building.  Remodeling occurred at least three times in the 20th century.  The most recent remodeling highlights the vertical glass panes in the transom window on the front facade.  Originally occupied by a milliner/tailor it has housed a jewelry store, confectionery, ice cream factory and meat market/sausage factory.
Handcrafts Unlimited located in the Allen & Landrum Building 1907 - 1908 this prominent limestone commercial building was constructed to house retail establishments such as grocery and harness businesses.  A pressed metal cornice crowns the front facade and provides a unified front for what was originally two separate structures divided by a central staircase.  The building was restored in 1983 with the upstairs being converted into living quarters. 
La Bella Casa located in the Burkhart's News Stand circa 1900 this modest brick commercial building hosed a local newsstand for years.  It was renovated in 1978 to suit the current retail establishment and the store fixtures are still intact inside.