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The Cypress Tree

(262) 652-6999


Sun.-Fri. 11 a.m.-5 p.m.

We buy and sell furniture, paintings, rugs, glassware, lamps, collectibles.

More about this Downtown Kenosha shop: Edward Sandberg’s Cypress Tree has stood the test of time. Neither the economy nor e-bay has closed the antique shop, which opened in 1977. It’s a small shop filled with antiques and not any reproductions. His interest in antiques led to him collecting too many of them. So he opened a store to sell them. He has since been so busy buying antiques to re-sell them that he hasn’t concentrated on collecting anything in particular for his own interests. Edward specializes in furniture. He also buys and sells paintings, rugs, glassware, lamps, collectibles, and pottery, along with some jewelry and books. Edward even offers repair services on antiques, such as tables. He also does all his own restoration. 

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